Mind of Mine, the debut solo album from exiled One Direction member Zayn Malik, is sonically a bit like easing oneself into a lukewarm bath. In an epoch in which The Weeknd’s poppier work is considered musical genius, there’s certainly a public demand for tepidity—flatlined choruses that substitute vehemence for…
As part of his predestined mission to reach the post-band success of a Beyoncé or Justin Timberlake, Zayn today previewed a fourth song from his solo debut Mind of Mine (coming March 25). Like his other songs before, though, this one kinda sucks, man.
There were five, and then there were four, and now there are none: One Direction is officially herstory, or at least until they end their “hiatus”—which, as anyone who’s ever been in a failing relationship knows, is just code for pulling off the band-aid real slow.
One Direction, the UK boyband that you reluctantly grew to like (love?) after the blog you write for made you go see This Is Us multiple times in the theater, is no longer on hiatus. Good news? More like LIFE RUINING NEWS: They are no longer on hiatus because they are permanently breaking up, according to US Weekly.
Zayn Malik, on track to be the first member of One Direction to launch a solo career in a post-1D world, recently sat down and got very high with Billboard’s Chris Martins. With his beautiful piercing eyes “getting more slit-like as the night [progressed],” Malik revealed that he no longer has any contact with the boy…
In today’s Tweet Beat, Hari Kondabolu might have figured out the best way to defeat Donald Trump, Cher is frustrated and R.L. Stine does some bragging.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Patrick Stewart shows off in more ways than one, Wiz Khalifa is a Golden Globe nominee and the boys of One Direction are tweeting.
Blessed be, it’s rolling into nonstop red carpet season, and Los Angeles is simply brimming with your faves crossing their legs demurely in front of the appropriate step and repeat. The AMAs tend to be a little looser than your average Grammy/Oscar/Tony extravaganza, although the chic sheaths are already in full…
One Direction stopped by America’s strangest daytime talk show to play Never Have I Ever with Ellen DeGeneres on Tuesday. When she asked who’s hooked up with a fan, the only band member to reveal “I HAVE” on his paddle was Harry Styles.
So who is Christina Rossetti?
In just two minutes, Bernie Sanders tells America: what the name of his Ben & Jerry’s flavor would be (“Burn Bernie Burn,” he says, misspeaking); if he’s ever been in handcuffs (“Yes,” he says, “though I don’t know exactly what you mean by that”); who’s got better hair, him or Trump (“That goes without saying”); who…
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Since news of One Direction’s planned hiatus was announced, two of the boy band’s members have spoken up. Niall Horan went first, using Twitter to quell rumors of the band’s split.
In today’s Tweet Beat, Ryan Reynolds perseveres, Dante de Blasio is going to college and Serena Williams arrives in New York.
One Direction fans will have to start planning their mourning attire. Just a couple of days after they were launched into outer space in the video for the song, “Drag Me Down,” One Direction has reportedly decided to take at least a year off to focus on solo projects. The hiatus will begin in March 2016.
British pop quartet Little Mix performed on the Teen Choice Awards tonight, dropping a little secret potion via “Black Magic.” Perrie Edwards, recently not getting married to Zayn Malik, held it down in a Good Swan Black Swan ensemble. Shout to powering through after a breakup!
It’s hot, you’re here, Shade Court is in session—let’s get to this.
One Direction has dropped their first single since member Zayn Malik exited the band in March and—whuddya know?—it turns out that the group is nothing—NOTHING—without Zayn.
Shade Court is in session and I am very much ready for this ridiculous week to be over.