- Thu Apr 19, 2018, 7:25 AM GMT
A video of the incident sees the male fan jumping over a railing at the front of the stage to hug the star, who was about to leave the venue after the concert.READ MORE
Lana Del Ray was born Elizabeth Woolridge Grant on June 21, 1986 in New York City but grew up in Lake Placid, New York. She would hit bars in Lake Placid to showcase her talent in singing but always felt that she had to go bigger. So she moved back to NYC and got signed by an indie label at the age of 19. Unfortunately, the recording house went out of business.
"The way I experienced New York, for a long time after I moved, was alone and at night, walking the streets. I mean, there are thousands of streets in New York and I know them all. I'd go down to the tip of Manhattan, or even down to Coney Island, then travel all the way back up. Because I come from a place that, geographically, isn't that stimulating. But New York's architecture alone is enough to inspire a whole album. In fact, that's what happened at first - my early stuff was mostly just interpretations of landscapes," she said in an interview on how the big city inspired her.
According to Orlando Police Department, the said fan, whose name is Michael Hunt, was in possession of tickets to the singer's concert and a knife at the time of his arrest.READ MORE
The 'Young and Beautiful' songstress posts on Twitter to say that the English rock band feels her song 'Get Free' is similar to the band's 1992 hit.READ MORE
The nearly-four-minute track finds Borns and Lana crooning about making a plea to God to pardon their love.READ MORE
The 'Young and Beautiful' songstress says that she supports the women who have come forward and that she thinks they are really brave.READ MORE
The 'Summertime Sadness' crooner sings about getting 'sweet taste for men who're older' and then name-drops the movie honcho.READ MORE