Taylor Swift’s “Delicate” Video Debuting During The iHeartRadio Music Awards
Taylor Swift fans will be getting a new video this weekend. The clip for her single “Delicate” will have its world premiere during Sunday’s 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards.
Taylor is also up for a few awards Sunday night, including Female Artist of the Year, and Best Lyrics for “Look What You Made Me Do.”
The show, which will air live on TBS, TNT and truTV at 8pm, will also feature performances by Bon Jovi, Ed Sheeran, Cardi B, Maroon 5, Camila Cabello and more. It will also be simulcast on iHeartRadio stations nationwide and the iHeartRadio app.
Man Arrested For Stealing Frances McDormand's Oscar
Frances McDormand’s Oscar got swiped from the Governor’s Ball on Sunday night. In case you missed it, she was getting her Best Actress trophy engraved when it disappeared.
The Los Angeles Police Department arrested Terry Bryant and booked him for felony grand theft. The 47-year-old is being held on $20-thousand dollars bail. He allegedly grabbed the statue and ran out with it. Wolfgang Puck’s photographer stopped him, got the Oscar back, and he disappeared into the crowd. Apparently Frances was more concerned with getting her trophy back than catching the suspect, so she told them to let Terry go.
In fact, once the Oscar was safely with Frances, her publicist tweeted, “After some brief time apart, Frances and her Oscar were happily reunited. They celebrated the reunion with a double cheeseburger from In-N-Out Burger.”
Meghan Trainor Teams With Zumba To Promote “No Excuses”
Meghan Trainor recently released her new single “No Excuses,” and she’s hoping it will get people on their feet. In fact, she’s making sure it gets at least some people up and dancing, since she’s partnering with the dance fitness craze Zumba to promote it.
Zumba has created exclusive choreography for Trainor’s “No Excuses,” and the singer is the first artist to appear in an official Zumba choreography video.
"I always hear my music playing in Zumba classes when I'm at the gym so I thought—let's reach out to Zumba and create something special for 'No Excuses,'" Meghan shares. "We both believe in empowerment! I want this choreography to empower everyone out there to get on their feet, and I want them to think about respect and sassiness and loving yourself."
Jordan Peele Credits Whoopi Goldberg
Jordan Peele became the first African American to win a Best Original Screenplay Oscar on Sunday. But it was another Oscar winner who inspired him to pursue his Hollywood dreams.
The “Get Out” director and writer credits Whoopi Goldberg for giving him the push he needed to pursue his cinematic dreams. He said that she told young people who doubted themselves that they could do it when she accepted her Best Supporting Actress for “Ghost” in 1991.
“When I got nominated, one of the first things I did was reach out and call [Whoopi] and thank her,” Jordan said. “This is about paying it forward to the young people who might not believe they [can] achieve the highest honor in whatever craft they want to push for.” Check out his Oscar acceptance speech below!