The Weeknd officially has his own hometown holiday. Toronto mayor John Tory took to social media on Sunday to announce the city will observe Feb. 7 as The Weeknd Day in honor of his halftime show performance at The Super Bowl. The Weeknd was the first Canadian to headline a solo halftime show and only the third Canadian to ever perform live at one of the world’s most watched events.
Hours before Super Bowl LB on Sunday, Miley Cyrus kicked of game day with TikTok Tailgate’s pre-game concert. During the roughly 90-min set that streamed live–Miley rocked old favs and new hits as well as brought in some very special guests. Instead of Oh Mickey, Cyrus performed Oh Miley!, she rocked out with both Billy Idol and Joan Jett and you should already know she did some of her signature covers too.
The Crown star Emma Corrin has joined Harry Styles in My Policeman, a romantic drama for Amazon Studios. The story takes place in the late 90s when the arrival of elderly Patrick into Marion and Tom’s home triggers the exploration of seismic event from 40 years prior, namely a passionate relationship between Tom and Patrick at a time when homosexuality was illegal. Styles and Corrin are set to star as Tom and Marion.
Ariana Grande, Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion have us staying up all night until they release what looks like a music video for their 34+35 remix. The three superstars posted identical behind the scenes shots of them wearing matching outfits while watching home movies of themselves on Friday. The 34+35 remix and four more track will be added to the deluxe version of her album Positions.