Lady Gaga has made the incredibly tough decision to push back the release of her sixth album, Chromatica, as a result of the global coronavirus pandemic. In a heartfelt note she shared on Instagram yesterday, Gaga confirmed Chromatica has been postponed as have her residency shows in Las Vegas. She said while I believe art is one of the strongest things we have to provided joy and healing to each other during times like this, it just doesn’t feel right to release this album with all that is going on. I prefer that we spend time this focusing on finding solutions. So we’ll just wait a little longer.
If you’ve been enjoying Miley Cyrus’ star-studded daily Instagram show Bright Minded, then you’re going to love listening to the theme song on repeat. She posted the sunshiney 30-second anthem spreading some joy and happiness. Fans have already seen shows featuring Demi Lovato and Hailey Bieber and are looking forward to the rest of this week’s lineup, which includes Reese Witherspoon, Hilary Duff, Bebe Rexha and Dua Lipa. Check out today’s show at 2:30PM!
My #BrightMinded official theme song is now up on YouTube ! Check it out ! Make your own #FanArt intro and I’ll post and tag ! Thanks for watching and I’ll see you tomorrow live on my Instagram! https://t.co/X3vMW5kE6H
— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus) March 24, 2020
As the coronavirus continues to spread across the country, more of the entertainment world is cancelling and postponing events. Firefly Music Festival in Delaware has announced the cancellation of its 2020 edition. The four-day festival was set to take place from June 18-21. Firefly 2020 was set to see performances from Rage Against the Machine, Billie Eilish, Halsey, Khalid, Blink-182 and more. Festival organizers were devastated to share the news but the safety and health of everyone comes first.
The Tokyo Olympics have been postponed to 2021, ending weeks of speculation that the games could not go ahead as scheduled because of the pandemic. The International Olympic Committee said the games will be held no later than summer 2021 but they will still be called the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The 2020 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony has moved from spring to fall. The event will now take place on November 7; it was originally scheduled for May 2. The annual ceremony will honor artists like Whitney Houston, Nine Inch Nails, the Doobie Brothers and more. Watch it live on HBO.