Dua Lipa introduced her fans to the world of Studio 2054 on Friday and the livestream event was watched by millions of fans across the globe. The virtual show garnered 5 million viewers so far. The star-studded event featured sparkling costumes and guest appearances by Elton John, Kylie Minogue, Bad Bunny, J Balvin, Miley Cyrus and more. To say that Lipa was excited about the viewership is an understatement. Studio 2054 will continue to be available until Sunday on live-now.com, with tickets priced at $10.
(19) DUA LIPA on Twitter: “I am BEYOND excited to let you know that Studio 2054 had over 5 MILLION viewers globally on Friday night !!! – thank you so much to everyone for tuning in!! 🌕✨🚀I’m also so happy to announce that we’ve kept the show available to watch until Sunday ‼️‼️‼️https://t.co/GeQCKcWavN https://t.co/3nF6klFMmU” / Twitter
Couldn’t get enough of Shawn Mendes after watching his In Wonder documentary? You’re in luck because he unveiled a whole concert film too! Netflix’s Shawn Mendes: Live in Concert features the full, sold-out show from Toronto, Canada. Shawn told his fans he wanted to give them something as a thank you for all of the love on the doc. The treat came just two days after the release of In Wonder, which follows Mendes on his nine-month world tour and the making of his new album.
(19) Shawn Mendes on Twitter: “Wanted to give you guys something as a thank you for all of the love on the doc. I know we all miss live shows so much right now so tonight we’re releasing #LiveInConcert, the full concert film from the Rogers Centre show at 12:01am PT on @netflix https://t.co/sLxpsBcpOt https://t.co/wTRlp3CVlc” / Twitter
Miley Cyrus is standing in solidarity with her fans. Two days after she released her new album Plastic Hearts, she responded to fans on Twitter who noticed that physical copies weren’t going to be in stock until December, affecting her first-week sales. The shipment got delayed for Dec. 15 so it doesn’t count for those sales. Cyrus wrote my fans are everything to me and to know y’all are disappointed when going out to stores/calling/checking stock to be let down I am equally/if not more frustrated.
Since Billie Eilish last did her annual Vanity Fair interview, she won five Grammys, kicked off a world tour before the pandemic shut down live music and because a massive social justice activist. She recently sat down for year four of the same interview and joked I’m doing this s— until I’m do, so get ready for it. A year ago, Eilish asked for 100 days off. Well she got what she asked for! Eilish said this is the most amount of time off she’s had in five years. She’s still so grateful for all she accomplished this year despite the pandemic and has reflected on how much she has grown in caring for others.