Harry Styles, Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Andrea Bocelli, Lauren Daigle and more – WJJY 106.7

Harry Styles has a cheeky new tattoo to celebrate her Brazilian fans – on her upper left thigh. He showed off his new ink on Instagram by unbuttoning his pants and posing in his underwear.

Speaking of Harry, he was named among Weekly entertainment‘s Artists of the Year. Its feature film was written by the actor Nick Kroll, who co-starred with him in don’t worry darling. “There wasn’t a day that he didn’t show up on set with coffee, donuts or extra packets of vitamin C for people. He was always supporting people in a very nice way,” Kroll revealed.

Coincidently, Sadie sink was also named among EOthe list, with Taylor Swift writing his editorial. She revealed that the argument scene in Swift’s “All Too Well” music video was from a rehearsal. “Sadie lit up this kitchen fight with ad-libbed lines, improvised twists, and all with mesmerizing nuance. Repetition is what ended in the film, a one-shot battle that I didn’t have the guts to cut in the edit,” Taylor said.

Ed Sheeran revealed he was most inspired by Bruce Springsteen. His official Instagram fanpage shared a video of Ed answering the same question 10 years apart. Ed said he discovered The Boss in 2013 and dove deep into the legendary rocker’s back catalog.

Andrea Bocelli and her children Matteo and Virginia have a busy Thursday ahead. They will start their day by playing the Live with Kelly and Ryanthen go to The show tonight jimmy fallon before a report on a new short film with The simpsons – all on the same day, December 15.

Lauren Daigle donated $681,000 to community charities focused on the arts and humanitarian causes through his organization, The Price Fund. Charities include Music Health Alliance and Colorado Healing Fund.

Copyright © 2022, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.


Related posts

9 Weirdest Moments at the Golden Globes


Justin Bieber once cheated on Selena Gomez with Rihanna, leaving her devastated!

entertainmentMovie Reviews

M3gan (2022): Movie Reviews

entertainmentMovie Reviews

Last Tango in Paris (1972): Film Reviews

Sign up for our Newsletter and
stay informed

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *