Shawn Mendes called on his musical idol Justin Bieber to collab on a new song Monster which details the pitfalls of superstardom. Shawn said I think I was coming off the back of a couple of big songs and definitely just so driven by my ego and just feeling like something in this feels not right. It’s about how society can put celebrities up on a pedestal and watch them fall and it seems to be this entertainment thing. It’s hard. He reached out to Justin and they both found this song to then be much more, deeper instead it’s now about the human experience.
Another big collab out now! Miley Cyrus and Dua Lipa go from pop to rock in the edgy new song Prisoner and it’s music video. The clip finds the two recklessly driving through NYC in a tour bus before they head to the back for a sexy party. Decked in Runaways-inspired looks, the duo then take the stage to perform their new hit. There were rumors of this collab over the summer and now it’s here. And will be featured on Miley’s new album Plastic Hearts, out in one week!
Halsey has a long list of titles to her name: Grammy-nominated artist, Billboard chart-topping singer/songwriter, Diamond-selling hitmaker and now New York Times best-selling author. I Would Leave Me If I Could: A Collection Poetry, her debut poetry book that came out on Nov. 10, ranked No. 2 as of yesterday morning. Halsey was in disbelief over it but acknowledged the years of writing, crying and traveling she endured to get to this moment. This collection takes readers through the highs and lows of her failed relationships, family ties, sexuality and bipolar disorder.
🤍 I am not allowed to want to leave myself anymore. Believe me, I have tried. 🤍 pic.twitter.com/t2ms87jqVh
— h (@halsey) November 19, 2020
One of Vogue’s most popular series is its 73 Questions video segment, in which a camera crew follows celebs around their home as they answer, you guessed it, 73 questions. While Styles has yet to participate in the series, Jimmy Fallon imagined what it would be like on a new episode of The Tonight Show. Dressed as Styles, Fallon answers the cameraman’s very simple questions with hilarious philosophical responses. Watch it all go down: