Doesn't it feel like a Monday today? Anyway, here are a selection of BAPs.
- Chlöe Howl’s postponed her Scala ‘gig’ to September 24 so she can go to America and work with some “amazing people”. (Twitter) Sorry ticket-holders, you can't stand in the path of big potential singles.
- There’s a ‘new’ Michael Jackson song called ‘Chicago’ online now. (Popjustice)
- And here’s a fairly interesting thing about the making of ‘Xscape’. (Billboard)
- This Met Ball thing happened last night and lots of popstars like Rihanna, Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Lily Allen and Rita Ora were all there wearing dresses. (Mirror)
- Ariana Grande’s ‘Problem’ has sold pretty well in America apparently. (Billboard)
- Also, Ariana’s fine that Rihanna appeared to be laughing at her during her performance at the iHeart Radio Awards last week. (Idolator)
- The Vamps are going to be on Hollyoaks you know. (Digital Spy)
- Here’s a thing about Lady Gaga’s ticket prices fluctuating and things. (Forbes)
- Kylie Minogue’s been helping boost The Voice Australia ratings as well you know. (Sydney Morning Herald)
- Also, she’d be up for a duet with Madonna, so that’s something to look forward to. (Reddit)
- Allie X has released another good song, which makes it three in a row now. (Popjustice)
- An old Hannah Montana-era Miley Cyrus demo has surfaced online. (Idolator)
- Gwen Stefani performed ‘Hollaback Girl’ on the The Voice last night and that’s now online. (YouTube)
- A terrible video by Sara Bareilles for you to ‘enjoy’. (Popjustice)
- Jennifer Lopez will be the first woman to receive the Icon Award at the Billboard Music Awards later this month. (Rap-Up)
- Demi Lovato will be having a singsong at the Pride events in America next month. (Billboard)
- The Frida Sundemo EP is now streaming on the internet. (BEAT)
- Rihanna’s left Def Jam and signed to Roc Nation as an artist. (Complex)
- Say Lou Lou’s new single has a b‑side, that b‑side is called ‘Peppermint’, and 'Peppermint' is now online. (Popjustice)
- Sia’s interpretive dance-heavy video for ‘Chandelier’ is now on the world wide web. (Popjustice)
And for old time's sake…
What a song.