LOUIS TOMLINSON ACCUSED OF PUNCHING A WOMAN IN THE FACE – (03/09/2017)
Louis Tomlinson was involved in an altercation with paparazzi at LAX earlier this month, and a witness has come forward claiming Tomlinson punched her in the face. In a new video obtained by TMZ, Ana Becerra says she began filming the incident in question with her phone, which Tomlinson’s girlfriend attempted to take from her. Becerra refused to surrender the phone and Louis came between the two, punching her in the face.
Becerra claims she went to the hospital following the attack where she was diagnosed with a concussion. She plans to pursue legal action against the former One Direction singer.
Becerra says Tomlinson’s fans have harassed her on social media including making death threats and sending abusive messages to members of her family.
LOUIS TOMLINSON AND STEVE AOKI DROP VIDEO FOR ‘JUST HOLD ON’ – (03/09/2017)
Louis Tomlinson and Steve Aoki’s newly released video “Just Hold On” features two people time traveling and dashing around various cities around the world.
This upbeat hook is repeated throughout: “What do you do when a chapter ends? / Do you close the book and never read it again? / Where do you go when your story’s done? / You can be who you were or who you’ll become.”
- Tomlinson has been making headlines for less musical reasons lately as well.
- Tomlinson, who was accused of attacking a paparazzo Friday night at Los Angeles International Airport, may face criminal prosecution, TMZ reports.
- Police sent the case file to the L.A. City Attorney’s office. The case is complicated though. The photographer he allegedly attacked, Karl Larsen, was interviewed by Howard Stern a few years ago and bragged about his confrontation with Mel Gibson, saying his whole goal was to incite him.
- Sources tell TMZ that in all likelihood there will be an informal hearing at the City Attorney’s Office and Tomlinson will be set free if he pledges to behave in the future.
ED SHEERAN ANNOUNCES NORTH AMERICAN TOUR – (03/09/2017)
Ed Sheeran is hitting the road! The singer-songwriter took to Twitter on Wednesday to announce that he is launching a massive arena tour in North America in support of Divide, which was released March 3rd.
The party kicks off on June 29th in Kansas City, MO’s Sprint Center and continues through early October.
- Pre-sales kick off Monday, March 13th and will run through Thursday, March 16th. On March 17th, tickets go on sale to the general public.
- Divide, the Grammy Award-winning singer’s third album, features the hit single “Shape of You,” which debuted at #1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and has stayed in the top spot for six weeks.
- “Shape of You” is also currently #1 at both CHR/Top 40 and Hot AC radio outlets nationwide while also continuing to rule the top spot on iTunes’ “Top Songs” chart and Spotify’s “Top 50” (both Global and U.S.).
- Divide also boasts “Castle on the Hill,” which entered the Hot 100 at number 6 making Sheeran the first artist in Billboard’s history to have two singles make simultaneous top 10 debuts.
- Sheeran appeared on NBC’s Today Show yesterday as part of its City Concert Series.
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Ed Sheeran’s 2017 Tour Dates:
- July 14: Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena
- July 15: Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena
- Sept. 22: Boston, MA, TD Garden
ED SHEERAN WANTS TO MAKE A MOVIE: Following the successful release of his studio album Divide, Ed Sheeran says he wants to translate his fame and creativity into a new medium. “I really want to make a film that I do the soundtrack for and star in – that’s my next thing,” he said. ”I look at a film like Notting Hill and I think that’s like a brilliant benchmark, or Once. So if you were to mix Notting Hill with Once, I would say that would be a good start.” The singer says his neighbor Richard Curtis (who wrote Notting Hill, Four Weddings and a Funeral and Love Actually) has given him some pointers. “I am in talks with one filmmaker that I really f****ing love and we are going to slowly but surely put something together,” he said. “I would want to cast all unknowns. I want to have low-budget, indie, British-made film.”
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