iHeartRadio has announced Usher, Lizzo and Halsey are all set to take the stage as performers at the 2020 iHeartRadio Music Awards. The trip will join Justin Bieber on the lineup. During the show, Usher will also serve as host for the evening, who said he’s so excited to help celebrate music. The awards show will be broadcast March 29 at 8PM on FOX.

Drumroll, please! Justin Bieber is back with episode 2 of Seasons, his 10-part YouTube docuseries. The Biebs taps on the drums and taps in to the months-long recording process of Changes, his fifth studio album due Valentine’s Day. Justin Bieber: Seasons will come out with new episodes every Monday and Wednesday at Noon for everyone to watch over the next few weeks.

Dua Lipa recently discussed her new single Physical in a new interview. The song is set for release tomorrow and she shared it’s very 80s inspired and quite Flashdance-y. Dua Lipa went on to say it’s fun, you can dance to it. It’s definitely my craziest of high energy songs. As for what fans can expect from her new album Future Nostalgia, the singer says the entire collection of songs relates to the title and how she interpreted it.

Black Paraders, Killjoys and everyone else who couldn’t make it to the LA show in December, rejoice: My Chemical Romance is touring its home turf. The band announced 18 tour dates across the US and Canada for September and October of this year. One of those stops is in Philly. Tickets go on sale tomorrow. Will the reunion bring new music too? The band is yet to reveal anything on that topic, so fans will have to continue wondering.

As the Super Bowl approaches this Sunday, even more acts have been added to the lineup of festivities. Pitbull, Dan and Shay, DJ Khaled, and more are set to make appearances during the NFL Tailgate Tropicale in Miami as part of the pregame show. The party kicks off at 2PM live on Fox. Later in the night you can of course watch the half time show, headlined by Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.

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Shawn Mendes and Michael Bublé are among the artists who could set impressive records at the 49th annual Juno Awards, Canada’s equivalent of the Grammys. Mendes could become the first artist in Juno Awards history to win single of the year three years running. He’s nominated this year for Senorita. Mendes could also become just the second artist to win artist of the year two years running. Bublé could become the first artist to win album of the year four times. The Juno Awards are scheduled to take place on March 15 with Alessia Cara hosting.


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