Bhad Bhabie and Megan Thee Stallion are about protecting

    Bhad Bhabie (aka Danielle Bregioli) makes good music.

Bestie” is a party song through and through. Bhad Bhabie gives words of encouragement to her bestie, bouncing to each word like she’s jumping around in the booth recording, so when Megan Thee Stallion comes in with her trademark dominating style, you can hear the difference. Megan is standing still and using her hands to deliver the “oomph” with each bar. Her presence is one of a kind. Together, the two create a masterclass in festivity rap that’ll remove the chair from under you and force you onto the dance floor. I hope you brought your good shoes.
The most glaring fault with the original version was a feature from Kodak Black. Black, who was charged with first-degree sexual assaultlast month, felt totally out of place on a song that salutes camaraderie. Thankfully, Bhabie released a new version of “Bestie” today that swaps out his part for the one and only Megan Thee Stallion. Megan’s verse is brief, but potent in that it seals the deal: “Bestie” is now a certified slapper. Stream it below.

Bhad Bhabie has teamed up with Megan Thee Stallion for a new and improved, tenacious version of “Bestie.” Bhad Bhabie originally dropped the song with Kodak Black in January, but now it has found new light with one of the hottest rising rappers. Together, Bhad Bhabie and Megan Thee Stallion are unstoppable. This kind of energy can power entire cities.

2019 SAG Awards: Photos From the Red Carpet

The red carpet has been rolled out and celebs have started arriving for the 25th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards! See all the glamorous stars who showed up for the big night!

It’s nearly time for the 25th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards! But before the awards show can start, all of the incredible guests need to arrive and walk the red carpet! There’s bound to be some amazing looks tonight as plenty of trendy stars like Lady Gaga and Emma Stone are expected to show up.

We’re also really excited about what the show’s host Megan Mullally will wear on the red carpet! The Will & Grace star – and four-time SAG winner herself! – takes over the role from Kristen Bell, who was the show’s first-ever host last year. “As a frustrated casting director and full-on fangirl of great actors everywhere, I’m over the moon to be a part of the SAG Awards 25th Anniversary,” Mullally, 60, said in a statement.

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The biggest names in Hollywood are stepping out for the 25th annual SAG Awards!

The show, hosted by Will & Grace star Megan Mullally, will bring together the biggest names in film and television, and will be broadcasted live from the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

A Star Is Born leads the pact with four nods, including Lady Gaga for Best Actress and Bradley Cooper for Best Actor, while BlacKkKlansman and The Favourite tie in second, with three nods each.

For television, the critically acclaimed The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Netflix’s Ozark lead with four nods each, while Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale and HBO’s Barry both scored three.

Later in the evening, the 55th Annual SAG Lifetime Achievement Award will be given to M*A*S*H actor and 30 Rock alumnus, Alan Alda.

Presenters for the night include Gaga and Cooper, as well asRami MalekChadwick 

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Passion Pit’s Michael Angelakos Talks Touring

 “It feels the way you told me how it’d always feel.”

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Angelakos says the response he received was mixed. “Most people thought it was a gimmick, that it was a way to basically sell the record,” which, he reveals, happens to be about a manic episode. “I just couldn’t believe the reaction to me saying, ‘For mental health reasons, I have to cancel shows.’” But his hope was that people could see him as human being and would be accepting and understanding of his bipolar disorder, which is why the conversation surrounding his illness carried on.

“This was before artists were really talking about this. To my knowledge, it was the first album that traces a manic episode and talks pretty honestly about it. It just became part of my life and that’s when I just started becoming an advocate,” he says .

In conjunction with the Wishart Group’s inception, Angelakos self-released Passion Pit’s fifth album Tremendous Sea of Love, a raw and unpolished ode to his mental illness. Angelakos took to social media to promote the album and offered free downloads in exchange for tweets about the importance of science and research. “Tremendous Sea of Love was a way to basically talk about the hardest things to talk about when it came to my mental health,” he says. “And I thought the way I could release it could speak to that even better than just the content of the songs. It’s probably one of my favorite records because it’s so uniquely me. That’s basically Passion Pit



When musician Michael Angelakos was diagnosed with bipolar disorder at 19, he couldn’t wrap his head around the fact that there wasn’t a magic pill that could cure him. “You don’t want to believe this is a lifelong condition,” he tells Yahoo Lifestyle. “It’s a very strange disorder to deal with.”

Around the time of his diagnosis, he was in the process of forming the band Passion Pit — all while struggling through severe bouts of intense mania and depression. “My last manic episode was about two years long, although it’s important to note that what goes up must come down. It’s an extremely isolating type of depression,” he recalls.

The 2019 Grammy Performances You Should Watch

There are always memorable moments at the GRAMMYs and most of the time, its usually the performers. The 61st annual GRAMMY awards ceremony is tonight at 8 p.m. EST, live from the Staples Center in LA and there are a number of stars taking the stage.

Kacey Musgraves, Cardi B, Janelle Monaé, Diana Ross, Travis Scott, Lady Gaga, St. Vincent with Dua Lipa, Post Malone with the Red Hot Chili Peppers and more will take the stage and its sure to be a night you won’t forget. Watch the performances from this year’s show and view the full list of winners on the official GRAMMY website.

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1. Dolly Parton tribute

About an hour into the show, the Grammys got a big dose of country music with a nearly 10-minute tribute to Dolly Parton — who, it should be noted, is such a hard worker that she headlined her own career retrospective medley. Musgraves and Katy Perry kicked things off in bedazzled red jumpsuits for “Here You Come Again,” while Parton strolled out stage, glowing in white. “Thank you, Katy, thank you, Kacey, appreciate that,” Parton said, ever polite, as her goddaughter Miley Cyrus arrived in sparkly gold for “Jolene,” which she has been covering for years.

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Then there was the requisite throwback to “After the Gold Rush” with Cyrus and Maren Morris (Parton won a Grammy in 2000 for her version of the Neil Young song with Linda Ronstadt and Emmylou Harris) and “Red Shoes,” from the new Netflix movie, “Dumplin’.” But what really got the crowd on its feet was the jaunty rendition of “9 to 5” with Little Big Town, whose soaring harmonies really kicked in with one of the catchiest Parton hits of all time.

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2. Brandi Carlile

While many of the night’s performances doubled as showcases for eye-popping sets and complex choreography, Brandi Carlile took a more no-frills approach to performing her anthem “The Joke.” She recently said it’s “an important song at this time and in this country, and I think that that song’s success says more about our nation’s willingness to receive it than it does actually what I’m saying and what I’m doing.”

It’s clear she wanted to clue the audience in on her lyrics. In a clever bit of set design, words to the chorus appeared behind her in perfect script as she sang them, offering a powerful message. “Let them laugh while they can / Let them spin, let them scatter in the wind / I have been to the movies / I’ve seen how it ends / And the joke’s on them.” What really stood out, though, is Carlile’s soaring vocals. Even Post Malone was enraptured, nodding his head along with the tune.

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3. Camila Cabello

Want to get everyone excited at the start of what will be a very long awards ceremony? Have Camila Cabello perform “Havana,” backed by trumpet legend Arturo Sandoval with Ricky Martin showing up midway. Yes, the Ricky Martin (whom some of us love more than our own families).

Bright-colored dresses, a “West Side Story”-esque set and lots and lots of choreographed salsa moves — what’s not to love? The one thing we would change: more stage time for Martin and J Balvin, who ended the performance with the irresistible “Mi Gente.”

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4. H.E.R.

Do you not know H.E.R.? You will now. Already having won earlier in the night for best R&B performance for “Best Part,” the 21-year-old singer showed an easy command of the Grammy main stage with “Hard Place,” giving us just a good ol’ fashioned, wow-she-can-sing moment. The spotlight shined only on her during the first part of her performance before the lights slowly came up, showing jeans-wearing violinists and backup singers (which, thank you, it’s nice to see performers dressed comfortably for work for a change).

Her smooth vocals at times were reminiscent of Alicia Keys, who lovingly introduced her, and then H.E.R. let a solo effortlessly rip on a transparent guitar. As she closed, singing “I’m caught between your love,” she took a big pause, and we heard “sing it, girl” from the audience — one of the few unscripted, honest responses we heard during the performances — before she expertly finished, “and a hard place.”

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5. Travis Scott

Travis Scott showed up just when the long ceremony desperately needed a shot of adrenaline — and that’s exactly what he offered. The performance started quietly, with Scott and James Blake crooning “Stop Trying to be God.” Then things got … interesting. To perform “No Bystanders,” Scott somehow appeared in the middle of a cage as people rushed the stage and began scaling it. Was this a political statement about the border and walls? (We’re probably projecting here.) The flock of fans onstage was going bananas, dancing as hard as one possibly could and putting to shame the actual audience in the pit. Scott continued rapping, scaling the fence himself, diving into the crowd and finishing out his song — waking up a crowd that may have been dozing off.

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6. Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys should just cover everyone else’s songs for the rest of the night. Did we expect a performance from her at a made-up piano bar called “Club Keys?” (Get it? Keys? Her name? Musical keys? Moving on). No, we did not see this coming. But we’re glad it came.

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Keys started off by playing two pianos at once — the gimmick immediately got us — and then covered a bunch of songs. “You know those songs that just live inside of you?” she said, “that you wish you wrote?” (Um, yes, imagine the royalties!) She performed snippets of: Roberta Flack’s “Killing Me Softly”; Juice WRLD’s “Lucid Dreams (Forget Me)”; Nat King Cole’s “Unforgettable”; Coldplay’s “Clocks”; King of Leon’s “Use Somebody”; Ella Mai’s “Boo’d Up” (which was a shock to Mai, who sat flabbergasted in the audience); and Lauryn Hill’s “Doo-Wop (That Thing),” before closing out with her own megahit, “New York.” It was thoroughly enjoyable — and talk about range. Now, back to hosting.

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7. Lady Gaga

The first indication that Lady Gaga, not Ally from “A Star Is Born,” showed up to sing “Shallow”? That incredibly glittery jumpsuit. Without her singing partner Bradley Cooper (he was at the BAFTAs), Gaga was solo for the Oscar-nominated movie’s signature ballad. She writhed around with a microphone, making some truly wild gestures as she roamed the stage next to co-writer Mark Ronson.

One downside: The person operating the camera inexplicably decided to zoom in on one of the band members instead of Gaga when she belted out the chorus for the first time. Luckily, the “AHHHHHaaaaaahhhhHhhHHHHHAAAAAAAAAooooooHHHHHAAAAA” moment later in the song was as glorious as ever.

8. Aretha Franklin tribute

The Grammys booked the right trio to honor Aretha Franklin, who died in August at 76. Gospel singer Yolanda Adams and Fantasia, who both performed at Franklin’s funeral, as well as Andra Day, did the Queen of Soul justice with their take on “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman.” The song came seamlessly after the regular In Memoriam montage, with the three singers standing in the middle of the audience on a small stage. They definitely brought the goods, belting out the lyrics and taking us all to church. But it was too short; has everyone tired of Franklin tributes already? If only the Grammy telecast had blocked off more time for a Franklin send-off — surely Diana Ross could have spared a couple of her minutes.

9. Janelle Monáe

Here comes Janelle Monáe to wake us back up. Known as a performer with very deliberate aesthetic choices, she sang “Make Me Feel” while backed by a bunch of dancers dressed like sexy Stormtroopers and others wearing her famous vagina pants. If anyone watching at home zoned out, her line from “Django Jane” to “let the vagina have a monologue!” probably got their attention. And, of course, there was her own trademark, infectiously joyful dancing while channeling some “Rhythm Nation” vibes. Heck, she even moonwalked.

10. St. Vincent and Dua Lipa

The indie rocker (holding an angular black guitar) and pop singer (donning a high-fashion black and white dress covered in small gold jewelry) teamed up for the steamiest performance of the night, performing “Masseduction” and “One Kiss” while white strobes cut through fog. The two women swirled around each other as they performed — reminding the audience at a fairly sexless award show of music’s sensual side.

Pop Taylor Swift Talks “Me”

The rollout for Taylor Swift‘s seventh album is barely underway, but it’s already been quite the adventure. Along with a fresh Instagram aesthetic, the unrelentingly upbeat lead single “ME!”, and even a new member of her feline family, Swift’s new era is ushering in the return of something we in the media have long been hankering for: new interviews!

The 29-year-old famously refused to do any press during her brooding reputation era, but she’s (thankfully!) ditched that strategy for her next chapter. On Monday (April 29), for example, she called in to the Zach Sang Show for a brief but illuminating chat that touched mostly on album No. 7 and its sparkly lead single.


The clip sees Urie getting the hang of the language relatively quickly, while Taylor repeatedly refers to her on-set French expert to help her with pronouncing her lines. In one particular scene, after figuring out the correct pronunciation of the phrase “Je suis calme” (French for “I am calm”), the star begins repeating the line louder and louder, much to the enjoyment of her crew.

As the filming of the scene wraps up, Swift thanks one of the French experts on set with a handshake, letting him know that “I appreciate you more than you will ever know,” even adding one final “Merci” for good measure.

“It’s always really difficult to pick a first single for my albums, because I try to make an album that’s so vast in its scope of things,” Swift explained. “There isn’t ever just one song that could sum up what the album is. But I knew that [“ME!”] just felt like a celebration. It felt like something that could make you feel good. And I just want that right now for people. I want that for me when I perform it. I want to feel good and feel positive and feel hopeful.”