Chayce Beckham announces new song “Till The Day I Die” out 4/28 – The American Idol 2021 winner writes, “My new song “Till The Day I Die” comes out 4/28. This one is for my buddy, Lance.”
Niall Horan announces new single “Meltdown” out 4/28 – The X Factor and One Direction alum and The Voice coach announces his next song off of his upcoming album, The Show. He writes on social media, “I’m so happy to let you know that my new single “Meltdown” is out on April 28. The song is basically about feeling anxious and being in that kind of freaking out moment but knowing deep down that everything will be alright.
‘Late Late Show’ Shuts Down Rumor About One Direction Reunion During Finale: ‘False Alarm’ – One Direction will not be joining James Corden on his last episode of The Late Late Show. On Thursday, One Direction fans were bursting with joy when a rumor about a band reunion spread on social media. Since then, the show tweeted, “Nobody loves the boys more than us … but this story just isn’t true.” – Read more at People
Carrie Underwood, Tyler Hubbard & More Lead With Empathy at Covenant School Memorial Concert – Just over two weeks after the Nashville community was shaken by a school shooting at The Covenant School that took the lives of three children and three school staff members, several from Nashville’s music community gathered for an evening of healing through music at “A Night of Joy: Celebrating The Covenant School” Hosted by author Annie F. Downs, the event was held on Wednesday (April 12) at Belmont University’s The Fisher Center, with all proceeds benefitting The Covenant School’s staff, students and families. Carrie Underwood was one of many artists who gathered that night to support and love The Covenant School community, and contributed a pitch-perfect rendition of her Grammy-winning hit “Something in the Water.” – Read more at Billboard
With ‘The Voice’ pass in hand, Montgomery’s Riley Tate comes home, gets driver’s permit – Life’s really on the move for Montgomery’s rising teen singer Ryley Tate Wilson. Along with being guaranteed a spot in the playoffs on NBC’s “The Voice” for season 23, he’s also somewhat mobile. “I actually passed my (driver’s) permit test last week,” said Ryley Tate, 15, the son of Kelley and Todd Wilson. “I’m super excited about that. I’ve been driving everywhere I can now, with my mom in the car. It turns out if you study, it’ll actually help you pass.” – Read more at Montgomery Advertiser
Fantasia Barrino’s Family Inspired Her Return to School: ‘I Want to Break Generational Curses’ – Fantasia Barrino is determined to set the best example for her three children. The singer and actress cites her family as the inspiration for her recent return to school to study business. “I’m a businesswoman now and I desire to continue to sharpen my sword and better my craft,” Barrino, 38, tells PEOPLE about enrolling at Central State University. “I want to break generational curses. When it comes to my family, my girls, my children, I want to show them that no matter what she’s been through, you can always get back and go after it again, and that’s what I am doing.” – Read more at People
Katy Perry Says Daisy ‘Was So Happy’ On Trip For ‘American Idol’ – Next week on “American Idol,” the Season 21 contestants will be showcasing their talents at Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa, in Ko Olina, Hawaii. Access Hollywood producer and guest correspondent Emily Orozco joined host Ryan Seacrest and judges Luke Bryan, Lionel Richie and Katy Perry, whose daughter Daisy had the time of her life on the island! “She loves it. She loves Mickey. She loves Minnie. She saw Pluto. She was so happy. She’s a big Disney fan,” Katy gushed. She added, “We’ve had so much fun in the water park. We were just laughing and just being in the rain. It makes my heart so full.” Lionel and Luke also raved over the talent on this season of “Idol”!
‘Curly Sue’s’ Alisan Porter Talks Child Stardom Struggles, ‘The Voice’ & More – Alisan Porter starred as Curly Sue in the hit 1991 film of the same name alongside Jim Belushi. Like so many child stars, her journey has not been an easy one. After “Curly Sue,” Alisan left acting for years. She later battled drugs and alcohol and has been sober since 2007. It was in 2016 that she triumphantly returned to the public eye on ‘The Voice.” Now, Alisan shares her amazing story with Access Hollywood’s Zuri Hall.