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After performing 'Royals' with her BFF during the concert at Nationals Park on Monday night, July 13, the former country star got stuck on a broken extendable stage.
Goulding posted and quickly removed an Instagram picture of her and Lorde hanging out with Perry, whom everyone believes is the subject of Swift's '1989' song 'Bad Blood'.
Lorde's wax figure is dressed in a midriff-baring Stella McCartney inspired suit, similar to the one she wore at the Golden Globes in January.
Not so long after Swift addressed fighting reports on Twitter on Monday, April 6, Lorde shared Swift's post on her Twitter.
Lorde marks her 2nd anniversary with Lowe with an Instagram photo that shows him resting his arm on her shoulder.
The 23-year-old rapper says in a candid interview with Playboy that she wants to leave the U.S. because she hates 'everything about this country' and 'fat white Americans.'
Kanye and Lorde make an unlikely duo as both of them are seen attending the Christian Dior runway show at Paris Fashion Week.
The track was originally written and recorded by Lorde for her 2013 debut album 'Pure Heroine'.
In a video taken and shared on YouTube by her co-worker, the flight attendant named Robynn Shayne performs 'Royals' while playing her guitar during a flight.
The 36-year-old DJ posted a screengrab of a photoshopped tweet and fired back at Lorde after she mocked his manhood.
People first thought the New Zealand singer criticized the 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians' star for posing naked while she's a mother to a child.
During her visit to BBC Radio One's 'Live Lounge', the New Zealand-born singer also performs 'Yellow Flicker Beat' from the soundtrack of 'The Hunger Games: Mockingjay, Part 1'.
Lorde didn't appreciate Katy Perry's boyfriend for dissing Taylor's booty, so she made fun of his 'tiny penis' in response.
On the new version, the New Zealand native sings over a new slowed-down beat produced by Yeezy.
The ladies of the action thriller film such as Jennifer Lawrence and Elizabeth Banks stunned in their choice of gowns.