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  • Wed, 14 Nov 2018 01:00:00 EST

    Ashley Tisdale revealed to Access Live’s Natalie Morales and Kit Hoover that the outpouring of love, support and understanding after she released her song "Voices In My Head" has been overwhelming.

    The song, which talks about her battle with anxiety and depression, has been particularly meaningful to many fans and she said she is just overcome with emotion knowing that so many fans loved the message.

    Ashley also discussed how depression and anxiety influenced her upcoming album, Symptoms. When asked why she decided to discuss her mental health struggles on her first album in nine years, Tisdale said, "I wanted to make someone at home feel less alone in their journey. It’s hard to be vulnerable. It’s scary, but I think that it’s important to share what I’ve been through, and say that I’m human and I go through those things too."

    She said she was inspired to get back into studio after reading a self-help book that talked about fear of failure and noticing the negative stigma around people suffering from depression. "Whenever I’m with my friends, it’s really easy to be like, ‘Who suffers from anxiety?’ and everyone will raise their hand," she said. "But if you say ‘Who suffers from depression?’ no one will raise their hand because there’s a stigma around the word and I think we have to let go of that."


  • Wed, 14 Nov 2018 01:00:00 EST

    Lady Gaga’s Born This Way Foundation is launching a new kindness campaign to coincide with World Kindness Day today.

    In partnership with Zappos and SoulCycle, the foundation has announced the #MultiplyYourGood Challenge, which invites individuals to volunteer or donate to a nonprofit in their community this holiday season. For every act of kindness performed by December 21st, the Born This Way Foundation will "multiply" it by performing a good deed for one of their nonprofit partners.

    Participants can share their experiences on social media using the hashtag #MultiplyYourGood and submit their good deeds on the Born This Way website.

    For every act of good submitted, you’ll be entered to win a trip to Las Vegas to see Lady Gaga’s new residency, as well as take part in a service event alongside the Born This Way Foundation team.

    Born This Way Foundation cofounder (and Gaga’s mother) Cynthia Germanotta said participants might consider directing their efforts toward helping the victims of the wildfires that have roiled California.

    "We’re heartbroken by the devastation in California and we hope our community uses #MultiplyYourGood as an opportunity to help support those who have been impacted," Germanotta says. "We hope that those taking part in California – and beyond – consider picking one of the amazing organizations working tirelessly to respond to the wildfires and to help communities recover in the weeks and months ahead … We’re also teaming up with Starbucks to celebrate World Kindness Day and to help kickoff the #MultiplyYourGood Challenge with in store activations. Two of those are in California, and we’ll be using those activations to help support the wildfire recovery efforts as well, collecting thank you cards for first responders in Los Angeles and donations for the Red Cross in Walnut Creek."

    Southern California’s Woolsey fire recently forced Gaga to evacuate her Malibu home, but in the days since she has visited a Red Cross shelter and called out President Trump to "set an example of kindness for this country."

    The Born This Way Foundation, founded in 2012, aims to improve youth wellness and empower young people to create a kinder world.


  • Wed, 14 Nov 2018 01:00:00 EST

    JOHN MAYER QUIT DRINKING AFTER ‘MAKING QUITE A FOOL’ OF HIMSELF AT DRAKE’S 30TH BIRTHDAY PARTY: John Mayer reveals Drake’s 30th birthday party is the reason he quit drinking two years ago. In a new cover story with Complex, John says he "made quite a fool of himself" at the 2016 bash and it made him realize he wanted to give up alcohol completely. "I had a conversation with myself," he says. "I remember where I was. I was in my sixth day of the hangover. That’s how big the hangover was." He adds, "I looked out the window and I went, ‘Okay, John, what percentage of your potential would you like to have? Because if you say you’d like 60, and you’d like to spend the other 40 having fun, that’s fine. But what percentage of what is available to you would you like to make happen? There’s no wrong answer. What is it?’ I went, ‘100’." John said once he stopped drinking it felt "like boredom" at first, but he stuck with it and now he feels better than ever.

    JOSH GROBAN’S ‘GOOD COP’ CANCELED AT NETFLIX: Josh Groban and Tony Danza’s The Good Cop will not be returning for a second season on Netflix. "The Good Cop will not return for a second season. We’re grateful to creator Andy Breckman and his fellow producers, writers, the incredible crew and especially stars Tony Danza and Josh Groban for bringing this classic odd couple father-son story to Netflix," the streaming service said in a statement. The show dropped all ten episodes of the first season on September 21st. They’re still available to stream now.

    ALESSIA CARA RELEASES NEW TRACK, ‘NOT TODAY’: Alessia Cara is singing about sadness in her new song, "Not Today." On the introspective track, Alessia recognizes that one day she’ll be happy again, but is OK with being in her feelings for a bit. "Not Today" is the latest release off Alessia’s upcoming album, The Pains of Growing, following "Growing Pains" and "Trust My Lonely." The album comes out November 30th.


  • Wed, 14 Nov 2018 01:00:00 EST

    Robyn has announced a 2019 North American and European tour in support of her recently released eighth studio album, Honey.

    Robyn will start touring Europe first, starting on February 5th in Stavanger, Norway, before reaching North America on February 23rd for a show at the Palladium in Los Angeles. The tour ends on April 12 at Alexandra Palace in London. She will also be making stops in Seattle, Chicago, New York City, Boston, Toronto, Berlin and Paris, among other cities.

    Tickets go on sale for the general public starting on November16th. Tickets for Robyn’s show at Madison Square Garden in New York City are already sold out.

    Robyn released Honey in October. It was her first album since 2010’s Body Talk.


  • Wed, 14 Nov 2018 01:00:00 EST

    Charli XCX and Troye Sivan transformed The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon’s stage into a bumping club for their performance of "1999" on Monday.

    Drowned in green lasers, the pair grooved along to their Nineties-obsessed lyrics. Dressed in club-ready garb – Charli XCX wore a matching slick dark blue jacket and miniskirt and Sivan was in stylish red pants – they bounced around the fog-covered stage.

    Sivan also joined Fallon for a chat, discussing the track and its video and his first appearance on the program, as well impressing the host and in-house band The Roots with his "athletic" skills.

    Troye Sivan recently landed another top 10 with his new album, Bloom and he stars in the new drama Boy Erased.