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The One Direction member talks about the report during an appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' with his bandmates, saying, 'I don't know anything about the roses.'
In addition to topping the albums chart after '1989' sells another 312,000 copies, the singer replaces her own 'Shake It Off' with 'Blank Space' at No.1 on Billboard Hot 100.
'Google are going after Spotify and Taylor Swift has just chosen sides,' the British musician says of the pop superstar's decision to leave Spotify.
Ariana Grande and Hozier are other performers for this year's show that's airing on CBS on December 9 from London.
The 36-year-old DJ posted a screengrab of a photoshopped tweet and fired back at Lorde after she mocked his manhood.
In an interview with TIME magazine, the pop superstar also discusses critics who believe she doesn't write her own songs.
Lorde didn't appreciate Katy Perry's boyfriend for dissing Taylor's booty, so she made fun of his 'tiny penis' in response.
The chart's top 10 this week only has two new entries, Bette Midler's 'It's the Girls' that comes at No. 3 with 40,000 and Calvin Harris' 'Motion' which sits at No. 5 with 35,000.
The 'Shake It Off' hitmaker looks nearly unrecognizable with bold eyebrows and nude-colored lipstick instead of her favorite red shade on the magazine cover.
Reacting to the criticism that Spotify pays very little money to artists, the streaming service's chief executive Daniel Ek claims it has paid more than two billion dollars in royalties since 2008.
The application, available for free for iOS and Android users, is a collaboration between the singer, the music video's director Joseph Kahn and Radical Media.
Originally slated for Tuesday, November 11, the Joseph Kahn-directed video was debuted on Monday after leaking on Yahoo! Music.
In an interview to discuss her new album 'Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics', the veteran singer praises Adele and Alicia Keys but chooses not to say anything about Minaj.
Scott Borchetta explains in an interview with Motley Crue's Nikki Sixx that Swift removed her catalog from the streaming service to respect her loyal fans.
A YouTuber named Thomas Jung paired the original video taken during a competition in 1989 with the hit song.