After several failed attempts, the British singer is finally able to leave her lover for good in the Hector Dockrill-directed music video.
After Trippie went missing from Travis' Detroit, Michigan gig, words are circulating that the 'Love Scars' rapper decided to quit due to repeated production delays.
The 'New Rules' hitmaker explains why 'Bad to You', which 15-second snippet leaked out in April, won't be released when talking to Andy Cohen on 'Watch What Happens Live'.
In the song, Summer Bunni opens up about her complicated feelings towards the Migos member while hoping that he will still choose her over Cardi B.
The visuals follows his collaborator Jessie Reyez seeking revenge after the Detroit rapper buries herself alive near his home.
Shortly after learning about the nod for 'Fall in Line', the 'Sorry Not Sorry' singer expresses her gratitude to her collaborator, Christina Aguilera, for the opportunity.
Four days after skipping an original arraignment hearing, the 'Bodak Yellow' hitmaker appears before a judge to deal with her misdemeanour charges stemming from her strip club brawl.
Also aiming for Album of the Year are Janelle Monae and Kendrick Lamar, who leads the pack with eight nominations.
The collaboration is included on the late rapper's newly-released posthumous album 'Skins', which marks his third album.
Accepting Woman of the Year Award, the singer explains how the award is special and interesting to her, considering that 'this has been the best years in my career and one of like the worst years in my life.'
Though pouring cold water on any hope the pop group will return as a five-piece in the near future, Donald says that Orange is still welcomed back should he changes his mind.
During a chat with Jimmy Fallon on 'The Tonight Show', the singer husband of Chrissy Teigen acknowledges that he does look like the character from the PBS animated series.
Susan Loesser says that the disgraced comedian 'ruined' the song because she hears people calling the song 'date rape' anthem all the time after he was accused of drugging women.
Also set to perform at the three-day music festival, which will be kicked off on the last day of January 2019, are the likes of Bruno Mars, Cardi B, Migos and Ludacris.
After the 'Superbad' actor jokingly announced he is stepping in as the 'SexyBack' hitmaker's replacement, the latter tells fans they are going to love the former's version of 'Mirrors'.
In the music video for her Tekashi69 collaboration, Summer Bunni is the actress who squirts the whipped cream into her mouth.
Tigertones pulls a rendition of 'Kiss a Girl' from its repertoire after a student suggests that the song promotes 'toxic masculinity' and claims she witnesses many women being pulled onstage for unwanted encounters.
Expressing his gratitude for the support he got from fans despite having to postpone a number of gigs, the 'SexyBack' hitmaker assures that his bruised vocal cords are healing.
Elsewhere during the event, Lana Del Rey takes the stage with host and organizer Jack Antonoff to debut two new songs.
The heartbreak anthem finds the unlikely duo regretting their choice of dating a girl who only dumps them in the end.