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It's the night we've all been waiting for!
The season 24 Dancing With the Stars champion will officially be announced during the competition show's finale, airing Tuesday at 8:30 p.m. Et/Pt on ABC. But before Rashad Jennings, Normani Kordei and David Ross hit the ballroom for one last dance, Et's recapping the freestyle routines they performed during night one of the finals and breaking down why these pieces have such a big impact on who takes home the coveted Mirrorball.
Watch: 'DWTS' Strategy: The Pros Reveal What It Takes to Impress the Judges
We've seen it happen before -- contestants who have been frontrunners all season long have fallen short in the finals because of the freestyle dance (Zendaya, Nick Carter, Mel B). At the same time, we've also seen the underdogs win it all after delivering outrageously entertaining routines (Nyle Dimarco, J.R. Martinez, Hélio Castroneves).
The point of the Freestyle Challenge is to let the »
Social media was flooded with condolences and heartfelt messages following the devastating news of 22 dead and at least 59 injured at Manchester Arena in the U.K. where Ariana Grande performed a concert on Monday evening.
Chief Constable Ian Hopkins said the explosion occurred around 10:33 p.m. local time near the ticket office outside the arena. The attack was carried out by a lone suspect carrying a bomb, Hopkins said.
“The attacker, I can confirm, died at the arena. We believe the attacker was carrying an improvised explosive device, which he detonated, causing this atrocity,” Hopkins said.
He added, “We »
- Karen Mizoguchi
Ariana Grande's manager, Scooter Braun, has been speaking out on the 23-year-old singer's behalf after she tweeted about being "broken" following the bombing at her concert in Manchester, England, that killed 22 people.
Seacrest said the manager told him that Grande's team had decided to suspend her Dangerous Woman tour after Monday night's attack. She was next scheduled to perform on Thursday and Friday at London's O2 arena. This news comes after TMZ reported late Monday that the European leg of Grande's tour would be put on hold.
A source close to Grande tells Et that "the singer has not made a decision to cancel the remainder her tour."
"Her team is »
During the weekend, rising solo star Camila Cabello released her first two singles—”Crying in the Club” and “I Have Questions”—off her upcoming album The Hurting The Healing The Loving. As both songs have been making their way up the charts, the former Fifth Harmony member gave a explosive performance for her first live solo television debut at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night.
What many may not have noticed is that her first single “Crying in the Club” actually gives a nod to music star Christina Aguilera. The new pop/dance track samples Aguilera’s breakout hit »
- Thatiana Diaz
The mononym queens had it at Sunday night’s Billboard Music Awards. The two best reasons to tune in to an otherwise mostly dreary three-hour ABC telecast were striking performances by generational bookends Lorde and Cher, one of whom dressed like a 71-year woman, and the other of whom dressed like a 20-year-old. (You know where this is going…)
Drake also made a case for dudes with single names doing okay for themselves by winning 13 of the strictly charts-based trophies in one evening, breaking Adele’s record. As television impact goes, though, this wasn’t really his night. His live performance took place down the street from the hosting T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas at the neighboring Bellagio, where he did “Gylachester” from inside the fountain — an idea that must’ve sounded cool when he didn’t realize he’d be getting lost amid a sea of spray jets and fireworks. You »
- Chris Willman
The Billboard Music Awards rocked the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, and almost all the biggest names in music and entertainment came out to celebrate the songs, albums and concerts that took the world by storm this year.
In a night filled with bombastic live performances and powerfully touching speeches, there were a few that stood out from the pack. Here are some of the biggest, best and most impactful moments from Sunday's BBMAs.
More: Billboard Music Awards 2017: The Complete Winners List
1. Nicki Minaj's Post-Apocalyptic Performance
The "Anaconda" singer opened the BBMAs with a sci-fi, dystopian-themed performance that looked like something out of a Mad Max prequel. From leather-clad backup dancers with riot gear to the techno-futuristic set design, the stage show itself could definitely be adapted into a best-selling action movie.
Minaj was joined by Jason Derulo, and even he looked like an extra from a post-apocalyptic thriller, rocking a long »
There wasn’t a tear in sight when Camila Cabello took the Billboard Music Awards stage Sunday to perform her debut solo single.
After Nicki Minaj opened the show at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, 20-year-old Cabello sang her new single “Crying in the Club” for the first time live. Dressed in a black shawl, the star began with a down-tempo prelude before backup dancers helped stripped off her first look to reveal a glittering gold mini-dress with matching gladiator stilettos.
Check out People’s full 2017 Billboard Music Awards coverage.
Immediately after Cabello’s explosive performance, Katy Perry took »
- Nicole Sands
Camila Cabello is ready to rock the stage all on her own. Just days after releasing her new song "Crying in the Club," the former Fifth Harmony member took to the stage at the 2017 Billboard Music Awards to perform the track live for the very first time. After wearing a red beaded gown and robe by Jonathan Simkhai on the red carpet, the 20-year-old changed into a gold dress while inside the T-Mobile Arena. "Crying in the Club" is featured on the singer's debut solo album titled The Hurting The Healing The Loving that is described as a very personal project. In a recent Instagram post, Camila said the track is the story of "my journey from darkness into light, »
Camila Cabello shows her sexy side in the music video for her debut single, "Crying in the Club.
The song is the first released from her upcoming debut solo album, The Hurting, The Healing, The Loving, which the 20-year-old singer described as "the story of my journey from darkness into light, from a time when I was lost to a time when I found myself again."
Directed by Emil Nava, the video begins in black and white, with Cabello against a brick wall and singing "I Have Questions." It then transitions into scenes of her in a bathtub and dancing in a black tulle dress. As the music picks up, "Crying in the Club" starts and she's surrounded by people in a steamy dance club.
Related: Camila Cabello Teases Sexy Video for Debut Solo Single, Says She Was »
Don’t expect Camila Cabello to provide a tissue if you get emotional on the dance floor. As she croons in her first solo single, there “ain’t no crying in the club.”
Cabello’s music video for “Crying in the Club” – off her upcoming debut album, The Hurting, The Healing, The Loving – features the former Fifth Harmony member showing off her sultry side.
First in black and white, Cabello appears wet in a bathtub and emotionally belts, “I have questions for you.”
Soon, the beat changes to more of a club jam, while Cabello, appropriately hits the bar and color returns to the screen. »
- Lindsay Kimble
The wait is finally over. Camila Cabello shocked fans when she quit Fifth Harmony in December and announced she was going solo. Collaborations with Cashmere Cat ("Love Incredible") and Pitbull and J Balvin ("Hey Ma") followed, and at midnight, she finally dropped her debut single, "Crying in the Club." "You think that you'll die without him / You know that's a lie that you tell yourself / You fear that you lay alone forever now / Ain't true, ain't true, ain't true, no / So put your arms around me tonight / Let the music lift you up like you've never been so high / Open up your heart to me / Let the music lift you up like you've never been this free / 'Til you »
Who better to give girl groups advice than an original member of one of the biggest groups of all time? Destiny’s Child veteran LeToya Luckett spoke with Et’s Courtney Tezeno during Wednesday’s Facebook Live about her time in the iconic girl group and her advice for her younger self and for the bands that have come since.
“We were babies,” she told Et of her time in Destiny’s Child. “With any relationship that you have, don’t lose yourself in it. You know be in it. Be a part of it. Give yourself and allow yourself to be open, but protect your heart and protect your space.”
The 36-year-old singer further reflected on her time in DC from 1993 to 2000, in which the group, which included Beyonce, Kelly Rowland, and [link=nm »
As Camila Cabello embarks on her solo career, she's already scored some A-list collaborators.
The 20-year-old singer opened up about working with -- and being starstruck by -- Pharrell Williams while recording her debut solo album, The Hurting, The Healing, The Loving, in a new interview with Radio Disney. Only Et has your first sneak peek at the sit-down, which airs in full on Wednesday, May 31, at 2:00 pm Et/5 p.m. Pt on Radio Disney and the Radio Disney app.
"He's the nicest person. He's so nice, he's so humble," she gushed over Williams. "He's so incredible and for every artist, producer, and anybody -- he is the cream of the crop. He's just amazing and he probably knows that he has that effect on people, so he makes an effort to make you feel welcome and at home, which I think is really nice."
Read: Camila Cabello Teases Sexy Video for Debut Solo Single, Says She »
The 20-year-old singer shared three clips from the video for “Crying in the Club,” which will be released on Friday, and penned a heartful note about her album, The Hurting, the Healing, The Loving.
Exclusive: Watch Pitbull, Camilla Cabello & J Balvin’s Sexy ‘Hey Ma’ Music Video
“The Hurting, the Healing, The Loving is the story of my journey from darkness into light, from a time when I was lost to a time when I found myself again,” she tweeted on Sunday.
"The story behind the album starts with the second song that you'll hear called 'I have questions' which I started writing in a hotel bathroom on tour a little over a year ago," Cabello continued. "I was completely broken during that time, I was in the kind of pain that's uncomfortable »
After suffering through bouts of anxiety while touring with her former band Fifth Harmony, Camila Cabello branched out to create music on her own. Now, almost six months later, the singer has a new LP on the way that will explore her “journey from darkness into light.” In several lengthy posts to social media, the […]
- Jacob Kaye
Normani Kordei is sharing painful, yet pivotal, moments from her childhood that have shaped her into the brave survivor she is today.
“It’s actually something that I’ve never really talked about,” the Fifth Harmony member told People backstage Monday night of opening up on Dancing with the Stars about her mother’s past breast cancer diagnosis and surviving Hurricane Katrina in 2005. “But anything my family goes through — whether it be my mom’s cancer or us getting through the hurricane, there’s nothing too great for us to deal with as a family.”
On Monday’s episode, the »
- Natalie Stone and Patrick Gomez
Camila Cabello, formerly of girl group Fifth Harmony, announced her first solo single is on the way off her forthcoming album, The Hurting, the Healing, the Loving, on her Twitter Sunday, providing fans a candid explanation for the music’s inspiration.
After revealing the single’s May 19 release date, the 20-year-old wrote, “’The hurting the healing the loving’ is the story of my journey from darkness into light, from a time when i was lost to a time when i found myself again. The story behind the album starts with the second song that you’ll hear called ‘I have »
- Katherine Richter
Camila Cabello is carving out her own path. The former Fifth Harmony songstress announced her debut solo album, The Hurting The Healing The Loving, in a lengthy message shared to Instagram on Sunday. Fans can expect Camila's first track from the forthcoming project to drop May 19, which the pop artist explained is extremely personal. Cabello, 20, described the album as "the story of my journey from darkness into light, from a time when i was lost to a time when i found myself again. The story behind the album starts with the second song that you'll hear called 'I Have Questions,' which I started writing in a hotel bathroom on tour a little over a year »
Simon Cowell is up to his old tricks with all new talent -- after doing some digging and putting together a few puzzle pieces ... we're certain you're looking at the first shots of his next group of young hitmakers. This all started when we found a trademark application Simon's company filed in January for "Pretty Much." According to the docs, the name would be used in connection with musical recordings, videos, ringtones and tons of merchandise typically associated with bands. »
- TMZ Staff
Summer's here! That means school's out, and what better to keep cool from the warm, sunny rays than with the hottest new shows hitting the small screen?
From anticipated revivals and farewell seasons to a boy band singing competition and the long-overdue return of a hit medieval fantasy series, summer TV has just about everything you need to keep yourself glued to your television sets!
Don't know what to watch this summer? Have no fear! Et's Summer TV Preview guide spotlights 16 must-watch shows that you absolutely cannot miss.
Related: Summer Movie Preview 2017: Superheroes, Sexy Lifeguards and Bridesmaids Gone Wild, Oh My!
Premieres: Friday, May 12 on Amazon Prime
Inspired by the lauded novel by Chris Kraus, Amazon's latest scripted series comes from Transparent's Jill Soloway and combines the whimsy of sexual desire and the heartbreaking reality of a crumbling marriage with a deft hand. Kathryn Hahn plays Chris, an unhappy »
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