Katy Perry’s Thinking Of You video love interest has defended the singer after she was accused for sexual harassment. Just days after Josh Kloss alleged Katy pulled at his underwear and revealed his private parts at a party, Anderson Davis insists Katy was nothing but professional when they worked together. Anderson said, I can tell you my experience was nothing but positive. Katy was extremely inspiring, sweet, professional on set and off the few times that we ran into each other. Davis has suggested Josh is asking for attention in this matter.
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I’d be 100% happy to defend Katy. After being contacted regarding my thoughts on this from numerous entertainment outlets, I’ve decided to give my own words here so that they couldn’t be twisted! I read an article regarding the male model’s thoughts and what he had claimed Katy Perry had done to him. What I can tell you is my personal experience and it was nothing but positive. Katy was extremely inspiring, sweet, darling, professional on set and off the few times that we ran into each other. I personally didn’t have anyone on Katy’s team lording over me to answer interview questions in any certain way. We made a beautiful music video , I worked with some very talented but more importantly great people, and made some friends that I’ve enjoyed drinks and dinner with over the years. Simply put…it sounds like a smear job to me. Maybe it’s always been this way, but moreso today, everyone seems so needy for attention no matter how they can get it , even at the cost of someone else’s reputation. We have a responsibility as a society as individuals not to be careless with our accusations or words. #katyperry
Charli XCX’s their album, Charli, is out in less than a month, and the singer took to Twitter last week to tease the next single for the record, a collab with Sky Ferreira titled Cross You Out. The single dropped Friday. Charli is available on September 13. Out of the 15 tracks on the album, nine feature star-studded collaborating artists.
— Charli (@charli_xcx) August 14, 2019
Taylor Swift is always lurking her fans’ social media pages and helping them out whenever possible. Thanks to the singer, Toronto resident Ayesha Khurram won’t be struggling to pay her college tuition this semester. Swift sent about $5,000 her way, after finding out her parents couldn’t afford her college expenses. Taylor simply added Ayesha, get your learn on girl. I love you! To the gift. Ayesha couldn’t be more grateful, posting a video online while weeping, she said, I can’t form words but Taylor, I love you so much. Every single time in my life I’ve been going through something, you’ve been there for me.
Ariana Grande has returned to the studio to work on new music. The singer released two studio albums in the past 12 months but that’s not stopping her! Manager Scooter Braun teased Ari has plenty more new material on the show. In fact, she lives in the studio. He said as long as she has stories to tell, the music’s going to keep coming.
signed to @republicrecords eight years ago today and released my debut album six years ago … ✨🌙 thankful for my republic family and deeply proud of every project we’ve released together. music is the most special thing in the world. thank u for believing in me and my voice.
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) August 10, 2019
Lizzo’s breakthrough hit Truth Hurts is a two-year-old song, but it still has a chance at the 2020 Grammy Awards. Typically older songs that become hits long after their initial release can compete at the Grammys when a live version of the song is submitted. But Truth Hurts qualifies because the song was never submitted for contention in the Grammys process and it appears on an album released during the eligibility period for the upcoming show. So far, the platinum-selling song has peaked at no. 4 on the all-genre Billboard Hot 100 Chart.
It’s cool to be kind. That’s the message from Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation, which is gearing up for its second 21 Days to Be Kind Challenge. The pitch from the Foundation reads help us make kindness-to ourselves and to our communities-a habit by practicing an act of kindness each day from September 1st to the 21st. They’ll send you some info on how to get involved and you’ll be entered to win a pair of tickets to an upcoming Lady Gaga show! Little Monsters are encouraged to participate on their own, or assemble a Kindness Team and post their acts of kindness online.
#BeKind21 is back and we couldn't be more excited! Join us + our wonderful partners as we spend the next few weeks celebrating being kind to ourselves and each other.
Sign up now: https://t.co/TeNcOoPShX
— Born This Way (@BTWFoundation) August 14, 2019