Taylor Swift and her bae Calvin Harris reunited once again. After being busy with their respective commitments, the lovers were seen together for T-Swizzle's birthday celebration at Apple executive Jimmy Iovine's home in Malibu. Aww, glad to see these lovebirds together again. (via EOnline.com)
Ellie Goulding has good things to say about writing a song with rumored ex Niall Horan when she was asked about it in a recent interview. "It goes without saying that writing a song with someone you are friends with and someone you get on with, you can't really replace that with anything," she said. "I write the best songs with someone I feel truly comfortable with. So, definitely I think it will be a laugh." We can't wait to hear what you both worked on, Ellie!
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Wondering how Charlie Puth got to work with Selena Gomez for the song "We Don't Talk Anymore"? The singer revealed to MTV about how it originated—he was trying to cheer up a friend who just went through a breakup. As for Sel and working on the song with her, Charlie said, "I met up with Selena, and she went through a very public relationship, on and off, and she could just relate to the song and the lyrical sentiment. I was playing the song for her, and she just started singing the second verse. I got chills. I was like, 'Oh my gosh, that sounds so real. You need to sing on it.' And she said yes." How cute! We're also wondering about that "very public relationship, on and off." (via MTV.com)
After her smashing comeback hit "Hello," Billboard recently announced that Adele's second single from 25 will be "When We Were Young." ICYMI (and we hope you didn't!), the singer-songwriter already released a live recording of the track, so this step shouldn't come as a surprise for most of us. (via JustJared.com)
Speaking of singles, One Direction also revealed their next single off their fifth album Made In the A.M. Due to fans' request, the boys have decided to make "History" their next release. Yay! BRB, waiting for the music video.
Your reaction to #1DHistory has been INCREDIBLE! The guys have decided to change it to the new single from #MadeInTheAM!— One Direction (@onedirection) December 14, 2015
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