One Direction cuties Harry Styles and Niall Horan expressed their support via Twitter for British comedian and Begin Again and Into the Woods actor James Corden earlier who is replacing Craig Ferguson as host of The Late, Late Show. James is a friend of the band and nailed his first night as host. He even got Mila Kunis to admit that she's now married to Ashton Kutcher. Check out the boys' sweet tweets below and watch the Mila incident here.
Good luck to @JKCorden and @benwinston for the first @latelateshow !! I love you both and can't wait to see it.— Harry Styles. (@Harry_Styles) March 23, 2015
USA , if you live on the west coast you need to watch @latelateshow with @JKCorden which starts in 3 hours !— Niall Horan (@NiallOfficial) March 24, 2015
Ed Sheeran isn't the only one launching a new record label. The guys of 5 Seconds of Summer have also announced that they're starting with their own. Named Hi Or Hey Records and in partnership with Capitol Records, the boys revealed the news via their band's Instagram account. According to the label's website, HOH Records is a label for the bands supporters. "We have created this label for you guys. We have achieved so much together over the last few years and if it were not for you," it said. "We don't know where we would be." There's even a special shoutout for their Filipino fans: "We hear amazing stories from our fans every day of how you spread the 5SOS word. From our friends in the Philippines who have campaigned to get our songs on the radio for the last few years..." BRB, we're seriously falling for 5SOS right now.
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Two new music videos made it online today, Candy Girls! No, we're not talking about Ed Sheeran and Rudimental's "Bloodstream" which we told you about earlier. We're talking about Hozier's "Work Song" and Charli XCX's "Famous." Watch them with us below!
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We know you're still a bit sad that Taylor Swift is no longer on Spotify, but the best news just came out earlier. T-Swizzle has teamed up with Jay Z's music streaming service Tidal to give you her songs from her albums like 1989 and Red. Thank you, Tay and Jay. Heh. You can try out Tidal over here.
Ariana Grande isn't the only musician announced to be coming to the Philippines. Elsa is going here, too. Winter is coming, you guys, as Idina Menzel is holding a concert here on June 7. She'll be performing at the SM Mall of Asia Arena this year. Ticket prices start at P1,200. Are you ready for her?
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