We’ve all gotten used to watching concerts from the couch over the past months. So when it came to creating a mood for her NPR Tiny Desk Concert, Dua Lipa tried to give the distanced gig a homey vibe. Playing with her band for the first time in ages, she ran through a four-song set with the help of a guitarist, bassist and four back-up singer. The teeny set marks on the only performances Lipa has put on with her crew since her tour was canceled in March. But she’s doing a great job at keeping us entertained during the pandemic. Her livestream Studio 54 brought in more five million viewers.
The Jonas Brothers called on their fans on Thursday to help put on an interactive virtual concert during which the trio performed old and new hits like Lovebug, Sucker, SOS, Only Human and more. Fans got to vote on the setlist by dropping suggestions in the comments sections. Despite all the cool features, viewers were just really excited to see the Jo Bros perform in 2020 even if it was virtually. Check out some of the fans’ online reactions:
Gwen Stefani is back! She took to Twitter on Friday to reveal she would be dropping her new single fittingly titled Let Me Reintroduce Myself. The cover art shows an ageless Stefani in a characteristically edgy outfit, side by side with a Hollaback Girl-era version of herself. The song is her first solo non-festive release since her third album in 2016. In the track, she gives a nod to the bridge of her 2004 No. 1 hit. Give Let Me Reintroduce Myself a listen:
A lot can change in a year and Jimmy Fallon hilariously depicted just how much when he recreated Billie Eilish’s annual Vanity Fair interview in which she answers the same questions every year. In Fallon’s Tonight Show version, he is seen clean-cut and jolly in 2017, 2018 and 2018 before the camera cuts to the scruffy comedian in 2020, rocking his quarantine look of a bathrobe. Is that a joke? He responded when asked how he’s doing amid this year, thought was feeling great in 2019. You can have a laugh, watch the video: