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Harry Styles Has Won 2023 Grammy Awards’ Album of the Year

On Sunday, February 5th, Harry Styles nabbed the Grammy Award for Album of the Year. As Styles approached the stage to accept his award he broke out into tears, unable to contain his excitement.

Within his acceptance speech he thanked other nominees in the category for inspiring his music such as Beyoncé, Adele, Brandi Carlile and more. He stated, “Man, I’ve been so, so inspired by every artist in this category with me, A lot of different times in my life, I listened to everyone in this category when I’m alone.”

In concluding his speech, Styles said, “I feel like on nights like tonight, there is no such thing as ‘best in music,’ I don’t think any of us sit in the studio making decisions based on what’s gonna get us one of these. This is really really kind … this doesn’t happen to people like me very often, and this is so nice, thank you very much.”

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Michael Bublé Issued A Tearful Social Media Message to Both His wife and Kids

Michael Bublé recently encouraged fans to cherish their families after he had to say goodbye to his again. The star is going to have to spend time away from his family as he heads out on the Higher World Tour. Bublé has four children, Noah, Elias, Vida, and Cielo, who are 9, 7, 4, and six months old, with his wife Luisana Lopilato, 35.

Michael only had a few months at home since ending his tour last year. However, Michael stated that his son’s cancer has made him lose his alter ego and focus on the things that “really matter.” Everything changed for Bublé when his son Noah was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma, a rare type of liver cancer.

He shared an emotional message that reads, “Hey everybody. Just left the house on the way to the airport and it’s really tough leaving my wife and kids. It got me to thinking about all you beautiful people who get up and leave and travel far and just spend long days away from your kids. I know it’s hard. It sucks and I’m with you. I love doing what I do and I love doing it for you and I’m sure when I get to you you’ll bring me out of my funk. I’m on my way to Lisbon. I just want to tell you today, go give your kids a hug and a big kiss. Squeeze ‘em and enjoy every single second because it goes too fast. Thank you for being in my life and letting me show my kids that it’s important to be fulfilled in your job too and that that’s okay. I love you guys. See you out there, bye.”

Noah was first diagnosed with cancer at the age of three years old and is now nine.

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Coldplay Will Be A ‘SNL’ Musical Guest On an Episode Hosted By Pedro Pascal

Coldplay is going to appear as a musical guest for the February 4th episode of “Saturday Night Live,” that will be hosted by “The Last of Us” actor Pedro Pascal. It will mark Coldplay’s seventh performance on Saturday Night Live as a musical guest. Meanwhile, they are currently on the road with their “Music Of The Spheres” world tour.

Pedro pascal is going to be hosting the comedy sketch series for the very first time. Pascal is primarily known for playing the title character in “The Mandalorian.” While he has also been in Game of Thrones, Narcos, and Wonder Woman 1984.

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Morgan Wallen Just Announced A Huge New Album Titled ‘One Thing at a Time’

On January 30th, Morgan Wallen announced through all of his social media platforms that his third album is on its way titled, One Thing at a Time. The 36 song project is set for release on March 3rd and is Wallen’s first album release since Dangerous: The Double Album that was released in January of 2021.

Some of the songs on the album such as “You Proof” and “Thought You Should Know” are the two radio singles listeners might recognize. However, other tracks were officially released on streaming platforms, or unofficially via his own social media pages.

Meanwhile, three new tracks off of Wallen’s One Thing at a Time album were released last on Monday including, “Last Night,” “Everything I Love” and “I Wrote the Book.”

When it comes to the album’s cover art, Wallen stated that it is a picture of himself outside his late grandmother’s house in Sneedville, Tennessee.

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Björk Has Announced A 2023 Cornucopia Arena Tour

Björk has announced that she is traveling overseas for an arena tour this year after her successful Cornucopia residency shows at New York City’s The Shed. Björk said in a press release, “Cornucopia was always intended to be a world for both utopia and the album after that … which is now out there called Fossora. So I am truly excited to premier those two worlds colliding, this autumn in southern Europe.”

The Cornucopia arena tour shows were originally based on her album Utopia and are going to be reworked to include music from Fossora. Fossora is nominated for the best alternative music album Grammy, that will be handed out on February fifth.

The tour will get starte don September first in Lisbon, Portugal, at the Altice Arena and will make stop in Madrid, Paris, Milan, Prague, Vienna, and more before ending on December fifth at Bordeaux, France’s Arkéa Arena.

The 2023 European Cornucopia tour dates tickets will be sold starting on Friday, February third at 9 a.m. local time.

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