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2017-08-15

Rachel Platten announces new single, "Broken Glass"

Rachel Platten promised new music this summer, and the "Fight Song" singer is about to make good on that promise. Rachel took to social media on Monday to announce that her new single, "Broken Glass," is coming this Friday, August 18. "I'm gonna make that ceiling crash... #BrokenGlass 8.18," she tweeted, along with an image of herself in a rainbow-hued shag jacket standing in the desert. Rachel's major label debut, Wildfire, came out in early 2016, and included "Fight Song" and "Stand by You."  Back in May she told ABC Radio her new album would be out in the late…

posted 2017/08/15 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

2017-08-14

Louis Tomlinson says next single will “sound the most like me lyrically”

Louis Tomlinson is enjoying the success of his single “Back to You” with Bebe Rexha. The two performed the tune at the Teen Choice Awards last night. But Louis tells Billboard he’s already plotting his next single. He says his next release will “sound the most like me lyrically.” “I suppose I'm constantly looking at the results of the [current] single, but for me I am really excited to release that one because it feels the more like me lyrically,” he says. “I think we do have the next single, it's just working out when the best time to release…

posted 2017/08/14 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

“Despacito” ties for second-longest-running number one on "Billboard" Hot 100

“Despacito” is holding tight to its number one spot on the Billboard Hot 100. The Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee hit, featuring Justin Bieber, is now tied for the second-longest reign in history: it's spent 14 weeks on top.In the Hot 100's more than 50-year history, the song is now one of only eight to have topped the chart for that length of time.  Those eight also include Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk” and The Black Eyed Peas’ “I Got a Feeling.”"Despacito" has now matched “Macarena” as the longest-reigning mostly non-English number one hit on the chart. Los…

posted 2017/08/14 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Taylor Swift & team triumphant; jury sides with her against deejay

It's over, and Taylor Swift has come out the winner. A jury in Colorado has unanimously rejected former deejay David Mueller's claim that Taylor's mother Andrea Swift and her manager Frank Bell were responsible for him losing his job, after Taylor said he groped her backstage during a 2013 meet-and-greet. In addition, the jury has found for Taylor in her counter claim of sexual assault and battery against Mueller. They have agreed to award her $1 in nominal damages. After the verdict was announced, Taylor released a statement saying, "I want to thank Judge William J. Martinez and the jury…

posted 2017/08/14 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Kesha shows support for Taylor Swift during groping trial

Kesha is showing support for Taylor Swift following her testimony in her court battle with radio deejay David Mueller. Kesha, who’s been embroiled in her own sexual assault accusations against producer Dr. Luke, tweeted to Taylor Monday morning: “I support you always, and especially right now and admire your strength and fearlessness.” She added, “Truth is always the answer.” Taylor alleges Mueller groped her during a Denver meet-and-greet in 2013, and told is radio station boss, who fired Mueller.  Mueller then sued Taylor, claiming she'd ruined his career with the allegations.  Taylor counter-sued for assault and battery. Last week, a…

posted 2017/08/14 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Justin Bieber wants to be “Friends” again with new single

If you’re still sad that Justin Bieber cancelled the rest of his tour, this news should cheer you up. The singer announced on Twitter Monday that he’s releasing a new song Thursday, called “Friends.” “New music. Thursday noon,” he tweeted, along with the cover art for the single featuring two birds sharing a worm. Justin seemingly teased the song yesterday by tweeting, “Can we still be friends.” The song is a collaboration with producer BloodPop, with whom Justin previously worked on several Purpose tracks, including “Sorry.” Copyright © 2017, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. New music. Thursday noon pic.twitter.com/xUOsYoqQce— Justin…

posted 2017/08/14 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom reunite at Ed Sheeran concert

Are Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom back together? The old flames were spotted getting cozy at an Ed Sheeran concert at Staples Center in Los Angeles Saturday. Fans snapped photos of them in crowd.  Two of them that have since been removed showed Katy learning back against Orlando. "They definitely seemed like they're back together," an eyewitness tells E! News. "They cuddled most of the night. She sat on his lap most of the night and shared kisses." The source adds, "They looked like they were having the time of their lives. People didn't really bug her. I don't really…

posted 2017/08/14 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Jury now has Taylor Swift groping case

A jury will now decide if former deejay David Mueller deserves damages after he was terminated following accusations that he groped Taylor Swift, which he denies he ever did.  The same jury will decide whether or not Mueller did, in fact, grab Taylor's butt during a backstage meet-and-greet in 2013. In his closing statements, Taylor's attorney, Doug Baldridge, asked the jury, "Will aggressors like David Mueller be allowed to victimize their victims? Taylor Swift says no."  He also asked, "Is the victimization going to result in the plaintiff having a payday?" Baldridge also said the evidence that Mueller assaulted Taylor…

posted 2017/08/14 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

"Yes, he is": Taylor Swift defiant as Mueller's attorney presents closing arguments

In a Denver court Monday, former deejay David Mueller's attorney insisted there's no way he could've groped Taylor Swift, while the singer silently insisted he did just that. Mueller is suing Taylor Swift's mother, Andrea Swift, and Taylor's manager for allegedly getting him fired after Taylor accused him of grabbing her butt during a 2013 backstage meet-and-greet, which he denies he did.  He was suing Taylor for the same reason, but the judge threw out that part of the case Friday.  Taylor's counter-suing for assault and battery. During attorney Gabe McFarland's closing arguments, he insisted Mueller wouldn't have jeopardized his…

posted 2017/08/14 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Miley Cyrus apologizes for last-minute Teen Choice Awards absence; announces new single

Miley Cyrus received the Teen Choice Awards’ highest honor last night, but the singer wasn’t there to accept it. In an Instagram post following the ceremony, Miley explained why she cancelled her appearance at the last minute. She started off by thanking fans for presenting her with The Ultimate Choice Award. “I am beyond bummed I couldn't make it to the show as I had every intention of being there to accept and celebrate this honor!” she writes. “I created an unrealistic schedule for myself which leads me to this announcement!” The announcement is that her new single and music…

posted 2017/08/14 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Fifth Harmony members describe their new album in one emoji

Fifth Harmony's self-titled third album will be out August 25, and to say the girls are excited is an understatement.  "We’re all in an environment where we can creatively open up to each other and not be afraid," Dinah Jane tells the U.K.'s Official Charts Company. "There are no boundaries, and that comes through in the music. We’ve taken risks." Ally Brooke Hernandez adds, "It’s definitely our most personal album. It comes through in our voices and how connected we sound to the lyrics. We also share our stories about what we’ve been through and what every girl - and…

posted 2017/08/14 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Bruno Mars donates $1 million to help Flint water crisis victims

Lucky for the people of Flint, Michigan, helping people is what Bruno Mars likes. Bruno is donating $1 million from the ticket sales of his Saturday night show in Auburn Hills, MI to help the victims of the Flint water crisis.  He stopped the show to make the announcement, and then said in a statement, "It's important that we don't forget our brothers and sisters affected by this disaster. As people, especially as Americans, we need to stand together to make sure something like this never happens in any community ever again." The money is being donated to The Community…

posted 2017/08/14 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR