Jones has revealed that it took a "family intervention" from his kids (including Parks and Rec star Rashida Jones) for him to understand that he may have taken things a tad too far with what he terms his "wordvomit."
"Let me tell you, I am so grateful for my daughters because they are not afraid to stand up to their daddy. I am an imperfect human & I'm not afraid to say it. I'm sorry & I'm not afraid to say it," Jones shared on Twitter.
"Even at 85, it's apparent that 'wordvomit' and bad-mouthing is inexcusable," Jones added, making it clear that he hasn't had a drink in three years. "When you live a public life you have a responsibility to be an example & since I do live a public life I wanted to make a public apology. I am sorry to anyone to whom my words offended & I'm especially sorry to my friends who are still here with me & to those who aren't." Read morehere.
The marriage rumors started after the "Perfect" singer was spotted wearing a gold band on his ring finger during a recent concert in London. A Sky News reporter waited until the end of her chat with Sheeran to spring the marriage question on him, and the singer responded in straightforward fashion.
"It's an engagement ring," the star shared. "I don't know I feel like it's good to both do things." When pressed about a wedding date, Sheeran made it clear that when it does happen, the world at large most likely won't be given any advance notice.
"I don't know It will be a situation like this where no one knows," he said cryptically about the impending nuptials. Watch the interview cliphere.
The band's performance will close out the 2018 Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week. 'We've always been huge fans and supporters of the NFL," the band shared in a press statement. "It's a huge honor to be a part of recognizing the greatest players in the game for the Pro Football Hall of Fame this year."
This year's concert will shake things up, moving away from the recent emphasis on country music, which the show featured in 2016 (Tim McGraw) and 2017 (Toby Keith). Read morehere.
The show will also include Saigon Kick, The Reis Brothers and alumni of Stoneman Douglas High. One-hundred percent of the event's ticket proceeds will support victims and their families.
Parkland has been reeling in the aftermath of last week's deadly school shooting, which left 17 dead (including 14 students) and others wounded (via USA Today). Read morehere.
As concern for Carter mounted, he checked into treatment for his "mental and physical health." In a new interview with People, the singer opened up about hitting rock bottom and finding musical inspiration in recovery.
'I definitely felt like I hit a rock bottom personally and emotionally," Carter said. 'I started getting really stressed out about things like my relationship or the expectations people had for me, and then I just stopped eating. That's when I thought 'This is a time for me to really go take some time and do some self-healing.'"
Following treatment, Aaron had a new lease on life. 'It's amazing to see what happened when I just took some time off for myself, looked around and found ways to appreciate life," he said. 'I've seen a huge change in myself and my attitude and my demeanor and my morale. It's beautiful."
Nevertheless, Carter shot down rumors that he was treated for drug addiction: 'I've never even touched any of those drugs," he said. 'It's just not a part of who I am. People trying to paint this picture, it's just really defaming. It hurts. They would never talk to me like that in person." Read morehere.
Hubbard's wife, Hayley, has shared a heart-melting video of her man singing Ben E. King's 1961 classic, "Stand by Me," to their baby daughter, Olivia Rose.
A topless Hubbard vamps through the tune while Olivia Rose coos and dances in appreciation. Hayley looks on lovingly, and even the family dog settles in for the intimate performance. Watch the magic happen via Hayley Hubbard's Instagramhere.
''White Flag' is about pushing till there is sweat stinging your eyes, blood under your nails and never giving up, no matter what the circumstances are," Briggs explained in a press statement.
The singer will support the album with a headlining North American tour, which is set to launch April 27 in Vancouver. The month-long tour will wrap June 2 in Chicago. Information on tickets and VIP experiences can be found here.
Check out "White Flag," the Church of Scars tracklist and Briggs' full tour itineraryhere.
Canaan Smith and Filmore will open the show, which starts at 3:30 p.m. on the Firestone Stage inside Turn 4 of the IMS oval. Tickets are on sale now at IMS.com, with GA passes starting at $35.
Special Firestone Concert Pit access also available for $75 and a limited number of VIP Deck tickets available for $250. Children 3 and under are admitted free. Read morehere.
Such was the case when Oprah hit up Ellen DeGeneres' recent 60th birthday bash, where a handsome stranger kept approaching her to talk. "Gayle (King) goes, 'You're talking to the Weeknd,'" Oprah revealed to Degeneres on her show today (Feb. 22).
"Oh, that's the Weeknd?!," Oprah recalled of the moment. "He cut his hair and he's wearing a baseball cap." Once she realized that she was kicking it with the Weeknd (real name Abel Tesfaye), another not-quite-familiar face joined the conversation. Luckily Tesfaye recognized the third party.
"I'm thinking, I know it's somebody. Who is it? Is it Justin Timberlake?" Oprah explained of the new partygoer in their circle. "So the Weekend says to him, 'Hey man, I really loved that film you did.' And he said, 'No, that wasn't a good film for me. It wasn't my favorite film.' So I go, 'What was your favorite film?' He says, 'The Aviator.' And I go, 'Leonardo, you're so funny,'" she laughed, having realized that she was talking to Leonardo DiCaprio.
It was just one anecdote from DeGeneres' big 60th birthday party, which according to Oprah was the most fun she's had in her entire life. Watch the very funny clip of Oprah recalling her night at Ellen's party, and check out a photo of the fateful momenthere.
The three-day country music event is set to take place over the weekend of Aug. 3-5 at the scenic Gorge Amphitheater in George, WA, about 150 miles east of Seattle.
Cole Swindell, Dustin Lynch, Big & Rich, Morgan Evans, Jillian Jacqueline, Chris Lane, LOCASH, Cassadee Pope, Granger Smith and Brett Young have also been announced as part of this year's Watershed lineup. More artists will be announced in the coming weeks. Read morehere.
The track, titled "Make Me Feel," hit our airwaves today (February 22) and comes days after the always-classy singer released a cinematic teaser supporting her new project which Monae calls an "emotion picture."
Dirty Computer will be released on April 27th, but fans can catch that teaser video on the big screen. It's airing before Marvel's Black Panther in select theaters nationwide. Dirty Computer will be Monae's first release since 2013's The Electric Lady.
Check out the video for "Make Me Feel," which contains explicit lyrics, below. Read morehere.
"Finally home after 24 days on the road," Lambert shared on Instagram with a photo of the singer having some cuddle time with her pups in a car. "The Livin' Like Hippies Tour is well underway and I'm loving it! But I'm so thankful to be home for a few days with my babies!"
Lambert's love is well documented, with the singer recently launching a dog adoption center in her hometown of Lindale, Texas. The star will have a few more days of downtown with her "babies," with the Livin' Like Hippies Tour resuming on March 1 in Knoxville, TN. See the cute photohere.
The pair are featured sitting on a couch with Cyrus wearing White's gold medal from his historic win in the men's halfpipe event at the 2018 Winter Olympic Games.
Also featured in the photo one of Miley's pups and a saint candle bearing the snow boarder's face. Check out the photo and social media posthere.
Gio is the second child for the couple, their daughter Dusty Rose was born in Sept. of 2016. Levine's band Maroon 5 will launch a North American tour May 30 in Tacoma, Washington. Dates run through October 15 in New York.
The band is touring in support of its latest album Red Pill Blues, which came out in November 2017. Check out thehere.
Owen made the declaration in the caption of a Instagram pic of Pearl and their dog, Axel. "I've been putting up a lot of photos of my little girl. That's because she's what makes me proud," he wrote. "This is a platform where we can share 'content' with the world, family, friends, and yeah my fans That's why I'm posting this photo. And oh yeah, I love my dog too."
The "Good Company" singer will be playing select shows across the United States March 1 through August 18. Check out the latest heartwarming picture of Pearlhere.
"Amazing Rest in the arms of the Lord," Underwood posted in tribute to the her Twitter page. "Surely right now He is saying 'Well done, my son."
The singer's comments were in response to a tweet shared from fellow artist David Crowder with a quote from the late Rev. Graham: "Someday you will read or hear that Billy Graham is dead. Don't you believe a word of it. I shall be more alive than I am now. I will just have changed my address. I will have gone into the presence of God." See Underwood's posthere.
"Praying" is especially majestic and emotional. Kesha's strong vocals and the crowd's sing-along resonate over the plaintive piano chords before the drums, bass and background vocals enter the mix. Although the song is about overcoming a broken relationship it feels especially appropriate as a message of hope following the recent high school shooting in Parkland, Florida that killed 17 people.
"We R Who We R" is more of a rallying cry to celebrate individuality, and the crowd reacts with enthusiasm to the uptempo anti-discrimination tune. Kesha has not yet rescheduled the March and April dates she canceled, however, her 30-city co-headlining tour with Macklemore is still slated to launch June 6 in Phoenix, Arizona. Watch the videoshere.
Pop singer Dua Lipa and grime artist Stormzy walked away with two prizes each: She took home awards for British Breakthrough Artist and British Female Solo Artist, while he netted the British Male Artist award and the coveted Best Album trophy for Gang Signs & Prayer.
'Gang Signs & Prayer was the hardest thing. I've never worked on something like this in my life," Stormzy said. 'I've [gave] my entire being; my entire emotion. Everything I put into that album. I didn't have anything left after. We made something that I feel is undeniable [and] I can stand by it today," (via Billboard).
In her acceptance speech, Lipa paid tribute to women who paved the way: '[Thanks to] every single female that's been on this stage before me that has given girls like me not just in the music industry, but in society something to look up to and allowed us to dream this big," she said. 'Here's to more women on these stages, more women winning these awards and more women taking over the world."
Sheeran performed 'Supermarket Flowers" from his nominated album Divide while Kendrick brought his high-concept sensibility to a live rendition of 'FEEL." His set began on top of a glass storage unit containing an orange luxury Lamborghini and during the song, Rich the Kid trashed the vehicle with a bat. Timberlake, fresh off his Super Bowl halftime show performance, turned in a medley of 'Midnight Summer Jam" and 'Say Something." See the list of winnershere.