Miley Cyrus; Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagicMiley Cyrus, Halsey and Janelle Monáe are among the performers at the Woodstock 50 Music and Arts Fair in August.
Chance the Rapper, India.Arie, Jay-Z, Common and many others are also on the official lineup of more than 80 artists scheduled to appear at the 50th anniversary commemorative festival of the legendary, original 1969 rock and roll festival. Many of the surviving rock and folk artists who performed at Woodstock '69 also will perform at Woodstock 50.
The event takes place August 16 to 18 at Watkins Glen International Speedway in Watkins Glen, New York, about an hour and a half away from the original site of Woodstock '69.
“We’ve lined up artists who won’t just entertain but will remind the world that music has the power to bring people together, to heal, to move us to action and to tell the stories of a generation,” says Michael Lang, who co-founded the 1969 festival and produced the 2019 Woodstock festivals. “Our hope is that today, just as in 1969, music will be the constant that can inspire positive change.”
ABC/Paula LoboCamila Cabello is putting her money towards a good cause.
The singer has reportedly donated $10,000 to a GoFundMe page to help an eight-year-old homeless Nigerian refugee and his family.
The boy, Tanitoluwa “Tani” Adewumi, gained attention last week after he was profiled in The New York Timesfor being crowned the New York state chess champion in his age range. He learned the game just one year ago at PS 116 in New York.
Tani and his family fled terrorist violence in northern Nigeria in 2017 and currently live in a Manhattan homeless shelter.
Thanks in part to Camila’s generous donation, the GoFundMe page has far surpassed its $50,000 goal in just three days. The total is now approaching $175,000.
ABC/Randy HolmesKaty Perry and wine: What more do you need in a charity event?
The singer will be participating in Auction Napa Valley, a charity wine event that raises money for local non-profit organizations in Napa County, California. She’ll be kicking off the live auction on June 1 with a performance of her most popular songs.
Food Network star and cookbook author Ayesha Curry will also be on hand to help cook up food for the guests.
The multi-day event will be held from May 30 to June 2. If you want to buy tickets, they range from a $20,000 per couple "VIP Experience" to $150 tickets that don't include access to Katy's concert, but do get you dancing, food and unlimited booze.
Last year’s auction raised $11 million in live bids and $13.6 million overall for local charities, which help community health programs and childhood education efforts.
Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Ariana GrandeWell, this may explain why Ariana Grande has been spotted hanging with some of her exes recently.
Us Weekly reports the singer attempted to make amends with her former boyfriends ahead of her Sweetener world tour, which kicked off Monday night in Albany, NY.
“After ‘thank u, next’ came out, Ariana was really living her single life and being with her friends, learning about herself,” a source tells Us. “But after a couple weeks, she was trying to figure out what went wrong with her past relationships.”
The insider adds, “She didn’t want any bad blood holding her back from the next phase of her life. She has reached out to her exes to have a positive place in her life right now and for peace of mind, so she can focus on herself and this tour, which is the only thing on her mind right now.”
Over the past couple of months, Ariana has been spotted with exes Ricky Alvarez and Big Sean, both of whom are named-checked in “thank u, next.”
Meanwhile, Ariana’s last two albums – Sweetener and thank u, next – have now been certified platinum, while her hit singles “No Tears Left to Cry” and "God Is a Woman" have been certified triple-platinum and double-platinum respectively.
Ariana’s tour continues Wednesday night in Boston.
Travis P Ball/Getty Images for SXSWLance Bass has landed a new TV gig.
Entertainment Tonight reports the former *NSYNC member will be guest-starring on an upcoming episode of ABC’s Single Parents.
He’ll play a fictional version of himself who run the most sought-after sleep-away camp in America: Lance Bass Space Camp. The camp combines space education and the performing arts, in a nod to two of Lance’s real-life passions. Remember his failed mission to become an astronaut back in 2002?
"I thought that was hilarious and I was very down to play that role," Lance tells ET. "I guess it's a really good joke when you put Lance Bass and space together because it works."
When he was 23, Lance tried to secure a seat on a Russian space mission and went through astronaut training to become certified. During the process, he discovered he had a heart problem, and had to undergo surgery to correct it. Eventually, he was certified as a cosmonaut, but funding for the project ultimately fell through and he didn't get to go to space after all.
Lance’s Single Parents episodes airs Wednesday, May 1 at 9:30 p.m. ET/PT.
ABC/Image Group LACardi B. has set her feature film debut and it's safe to say that she can definitely help her co-stars prepare for their roles.
According to Deadline, Cardi is set to star in Hustlers, a "stripper revenge" film that follows "a crew of saavy former strip club employees" who come together to "turn the tables on their Wall Street clients."
As most fans know, Cardi worked as a stripper in New York City before she became a Grammy-Award winning music star.
Cardi joins Constance Wu, Jennifer Lopez, Keke Palmer, Riverdale star Lili Reinhart, Julia Stiles and Oscar-winner Mercedes Ruehl in the film; Deadline reports that Mette Towley and Trace Lysette are also in talks to star.
The feature, which is inspired by a 2016 New York Times Magazine article, comes from Lorene Scafaria, who is set to write, direct and co-produce the feature.
Hustlers is set to start production on March 22 in New York City.
Zhamak FulladWhile Lauv and Troye Sivan’s duet “i’m so tired…” seemed to have come together quickly, the two singers say they had actually been working on the tune for months before they finally got it right.
In a new episode of Billboard’s “How It Went Down,” Lauv and Troye say they initially wrote the track in June of last year and had been constantly tweaking it since then.
It all started when Lauv played Troye a short chorus he has been toying with. “I just like fully flipped out,” Troye says. “Like outwardly flipped out.”
They immediately started writing the verses and pre-chorus.
“We were sitting in my backyard kinda just talking about that process of when you miss somebody and everything reminds you of them,” Lauv says. “You kind of on purpose listen to all the songs that you guys used to listen to together, or songs that you were listening to when you guys broke up.”
To get the song radio-ready, they decided to eliminate the bridge they had written and enlisted songwriter Oscar Görres, who worked with Troye on his album Bloom, to help piece everything together.
Troye says he hopes the song with resonate with people who are going through a breakup.
He says, “I hope that they can listen to this song that kind of is, in a strange way, a little bit uplifting while still feeling understood by it."
Tyler ShieldsAJ McLean has released the video for his first official country single, “Boy and a Man.”
The clip tells the story of a lifelong love, inspired by the Disney movie Up. It begins with AJ, as an old man, sitting in a rocking chair on his porch. The video then shows us the love story of a couple from childhood all the way through old age. AJ’s real-life wife, Rochelle, even makes an appearance.
“A look at the future. Lol,” AJ tweeted, along with a photo of himself in the old-man makeup. “Was so much fun to take inspiration from the movie Up for the #BoyAndAMan music video. Hope you all are enjoying it.”
AJ will debut his country-influenced solo album, Long Road, this spring. In addition to launching his solo project, he’ll be kicking off the Backstreet Boys DNA World Tour in May.
Jorda FrantzisCardi B's social media posts are usually funny or outrageous, but she's just shared one that's very touching: It's a tribute to a fan who passed away from cancer.
In the photo, Cardi is seen embracing a fan wearing a Cardi B t-shirt at a hospital. She wrote in the caption, "This makes me so sad...RIP babygirl. My condolence to her wonderful parents and family."
"When I met this young lady i literally had to hold her and put her against my body cause she couldn’t barely stand yet she was sooo happy in a great spirit and her make up on super fleek," Cardi continued.
"Her parents were so happy. Heaven gained the prettiest angel your[e] not in pain anymore Alaysia Crockett!"
She finished by writing, "F**K CANCER!
The photo appears to have be taken in the hospital she visited while she was in Atlanta for the Super Bowl last month. A photo at the time, posted by the hospital, of Cardi signing a fan's cast, shows her wearing the same outfit that she has on in the picture with Alaysia.
Ricky Vigil M/GC ImagesThe Bieber/Baldwin wedding bash will have to wait.
Justin Bieber and Hailey Baldwin are putting wedding plans on an “indefinite hold” while Justin works on his mental health, a source tells People.
“They will still have a wedding eventually, but this is not their focus right now,” the source says. “They haven’t sent out any new save-the-dates. They will wait until Justin feels better and is excited about planning their wedding again.”
Justin and Hailey, who married in a secret courthouse ceremony last September, had initially been planning to celebrate their union with family and friends this year. But earlier this month, Justin revealed on Instagram that he has been “struggling a lot” and asked for prayers.
“Justin is still receiving treatment on both coasts, but is doing okay,” the source explains. “He is very, very focused on getting better. He wants to be in a great place for his own and Hailey’s sake. He is still confident that he will get there.”
Over the weekend, the two were photographed spending some time at a California beach.
“They seem happy about spending a few days in L.A.,” the insider says. “Hailey isn’t putting any pressure on him at all. She only wants him to focus on his mental health.”
A few days ago, Hailey wrote on her Instagram Story, "Don't believe what ya read on the internet folks," and added an eyeroll emoji and a "FAKE NEWS" sticker.
Pascal Le Segretain/Getty ImagesThe good news it that the long-awaited, Twitter-spawned heist movie starring Rihanna and Lupita Nyong'o is happening. The bad news is that the Oscar-winning actress isn't talking about it.
Asked by E! what she could tell them about the movie, the Black Panther star smirked and then said, "I can tell you absolutely nothing about that."
Just to refresh your memory, the idea for the film came from a 2017 Twitter post responding to a photo of Rihanna and Lupita together in 2014 at a fashion show.
"Rihanna looks like she scams rich white men and lupita is the computer smart best friend that helps plan the scams," wrote the Twitter user.
Twitter clamored for the movie to actually be made, and both stars said they were game. Twitter then suggested that Issa Rae should write the script and Ava DuVernay should direct -- and the Insecure star and award-winning director also agreed to participate.
In 2017, Entertainment Weeklyreported that Netflix had aggressively bid and won the rights to the movie; production was supposed to have begun last year.
By the way, a Tumblr post that predated the 2017 tweet by several years had a similar caption: "They look like they’re in a heist movie with Rihanna as the tough-as-nails leader/master thief and Lupita as the genius computer hacker."
Vanity Fair later reported that the Twitter users who came up with the concept for the project would be credited, but it's not clear if the Tumblr user is included in that group.
According to the BBC, that the music of Ariana's late boyfriend Mac Miller played as fans walked into the Times-Union Center in Albany, but she chose not to perform two songs -- "Ghostin'" and "Imagine" -- that are about their relationship. As the BBC noted, Ariana said during soundcheck that "Imagine" was "too heavy" to play live.
But the show was mostly a celebration, kicking off with "Raindrops (An Angel Cried)," and then seguing into "God Is a Woman," staged to resemble Leonardo Da Vinci's Last Supper.
While the set list focused mainly on her Sweetener and Thank u, next albums, Ari also sang older hits like "Into You," "Side to Side," "Break Free" and "One Last Time." The 90-minute show ended with "No Tears Left to Cry" and "thank u, next."
Afterwards, Ari wrote on Instagram, "I really dunno what to say yet. for now, thank you will suffice. a dream come true [type-A] night. i love you. so much. thank you."
She added, "My mind is all over the place and v emotional. thank u."
Here's the set list, according to the BBC:
"Raindrops (An Angel Cried)" "God is a Woman" "Bad Idea" "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored" "REM" "Be Alright" "Sweetener" "Successful" "Side to Side" "Bloodline" "7 Rings" "Love Me Harder" "Breathin'" "Close to You" (Frank Ocean cover) "Needy" "Fake Smile" "Make Up" "Right There" "You'll Never Know" "Break Your Heart Right Back" "NASA" "Goodnight n Go" "In My Head" "Everytime" "One Last Time" "The Light is Coming" "Into You" "Dangerous Woman" "Break Free" "No Tears Left to Cry" "thank u, next"
Celia Babini auditions on "The Voice"; Tyler Golden/NBCThe blind auditions wrapped up on Monday night's episode of The Voice as each coach picked their final team members.
Seventeen-year-old Celia Babini, a native New Yorker, began the show with an intense performance of "idontwannabeyouanymore" by Billie Eilish. All four coaches turned their chairs, noting Celia's obvious vocal maturity, even comparing her to Fiona Apple. But Adam Levine's praise cut through: "There's a certain kind of intensity and a certain kind of raw power that singing can have, you embody all of that..." he said before Celia joined his team.
Arguably, Cecily Hennigan from South Carolina gave as impressive of a performance, but somehow only earned one chair turn. The 16-year-old, who stars in a viral video of herself singing a McDonald's order at a drive thru, belted out Jewel's "Foolish Games." Blake Shelton quickly turned his chair and spent the rest of the performance seemingly mystified that none of the other coaches turned. "What in the hell just happened?" he wondered incredulously, welcoming Cecily to Team Blake.
Later, it was Kelly Clarkson's turn to react in disbelief of her fellow coaches. Hers was the only chair to turn for 24-year-old David Owens from Indianapolis. The new father sang "I Can't Make You Love Me," by Bonnie Raitt. Kelly said she enjoyed a man singing that particular song about the pain of a one-sided romantic relationship. As for why none of the other coaches turned: "They're all nuts," she said.
Kalvin Jarvis, 29, is an assistant manager at an IHOP in Arizona. His mom is the manager. His bold song choice, "A Good Night" by none other than John Legend, got John moving in his chair but he did not turn it. "I'm probably too picky on my own songs," he admitted. But Adam and Kelly did turn and it was Adam who ultimately won out.
Presley Tennant, 16, is a self-proclaimed tomboy with a singing back story that sounds like the plot of an episode of Hannah Montana. She was discovered during a singing competition by the mayor of her small California town, who then introduced her to the manager of an all-girl group called 5 Little Princesses. She joined Kelly's team after her performance of "Stone Cold" by Demi Lovato.
Rod Stokes, 34, from Alabama describes himself as a gospel country singer, but chose the Bee Gees "To Love Somebody" for his performance. It may have confused Adam, who mistakenly referred to it as a James Morrison song before Blake quickly corrected him. "It's a famous cover of a Bee Gees song!" Adam tried to clarify. Rod sided with Blake, marking the completion of Blake's team as we head into the battle rounds.
Adam completed his team thanks to another country singer. Andrew Jannakos doesn't look the part of a country musician, but the Georgia native's performance of "Beautiful Crazy," by Luke Combs, left no doubt. Adam's final team selection is also his first country singer of the season.
Kayslin Victoria from Florida is a volunteer at a horse rescue. The 16-year-old got to choose between John and Kelly after her performance of Portugal. The Man's upbeat "Feel It Still." She decided on John, who described her as having a "really good voice for pop music." And with that, team John is complete.
It took until the final performance of the night for Kelly to fill out her team roster. Jackson Marlow, 18, also fit within Kelly's often expressed desire to coach at least one male country vocalist. The Alabama native, whose uncle was a member of Blake's team in season 13 of The Voice, performed "Troubadour," by George Strait. Pointing out that she almost always loses out to Blake when it comes to country artists, Kelly said that Jackson was "so worth the wait."
Other contestants in the blind auditions included:
Ava August, 13 years old, youngest to audition in Voice history. Sang: "House of the Rising Sun" by The Animals. Judges: No one turned.
Calista Garcia, 17 years old, father appointed asst. secretary of the Navy by President Obama. Sang: "Wishing Well" by Terence Trent D'Arby. Judges: No one turned.
Maddi Fraser, 24 years old, has a twin sister. Sang: "Get It While You Can" by Janis Joplin. Judges: No one turned.
The battle rounds begin on The Voice next Monday, March 25 at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
"American Idol" champ Maddie Poppe removes her disguise; ABC/Kelsey McNealAmericanIdol's final audition episode of the season aired Monday night, and it was a crazy combination of unexpected guest appearances, the usual sob stories and one very funny prank, courtesy of reigning Idol champ Maddie Poppe.
Attack of last season's finalists About 90 minutes into the show, we were introduced to a goth chick who called herself Lady Mapo and sported pierced lips, a pierced nose, purple lipstick and a bad attitude. She said she wanted to audition because last year's show was "too American." The judges were put off by her -- until the music started, and that was the clue: It was "Rainbow Connection." Lady Mapo then pulled off her wig and revealed herself to be none other than Maddie Poppe. The judges screamed and seemed genuinely surprised to see her.
Another surprise appearance came courtesy of Maddie's boyfriend and last season's runner-up, Caleb Lee Hutchinson. He showed up to support Jared Sanders, his friend since age 10, who was auditioning after being inspired by Caleb's success. Caleb and Jared's bromance was super-strong, but it wasn't enough to earn Jared a ticket to Hollywood.
We also saw a montage of other contestants from last year showing up to say hi to the judges on the audition trail, including Catie Turner, Noah Davis and Dennis Lorenzo.
A 90s country star resurfaces Sixteen-year-old Chloe Channell's "backup guitarist" just happened to be Billy Dean, an award-winning '90s country star with a string of hits. Apparently, legendary country star Kenny Rogers discovered Chloe, and then Billy became her musical mentor. Of course, Luke Bryan knew Billy and ran down his career achievements, which Billy shrugged off, saying, "I'm all good and washed-up now!"
Chloe impressed the judges with her version of Keith Urban's "Stupid Boy," and Lionel Richie and Billy bonded over having met before -- and also over Kenny Rogers, for whom Lionel wrote the 1980 smash hit, "Lady." Chloe got a golden ticket, and Luke and Billy harmonized on a chorus of Billy's 1991 hit song, "Only Here for a Little While."
The sob stories Twenty-five-year-old Ryan Hammond is a pastor's son, and Katy Perry was pretty sure her parents, who are also ministers, had worked with Ryan's dad at some point. Ryan used to weigh 330 pounds but underwent weight-loss surgery and dropped 170 pounds. Complications from the surgery nearly killed him, but now he's svelte and healthy. His version of "Lay Me Down" by Sam Smith earned him a golden ticket.
Twenty-three-year-old Jorgie was born in Israel to very conservative parents who don't know he's gay. When he was 18, he moved to L.A. and started his music career. He told Katy her song "I Kissed a Girl" proved to him that being gay was mainstream and nothing to be ashamed of. He said he'd never told his family that he was gay, so he was doing it right now, on national television. His original song, "Heaven," about unrequited love for a guy named Jeffrey, was his ticket to Hollywood.
Twenty-one-year-old Emma Kleinberg and her brother, Alex, her hero, tried out for American Idol together years ago but neither of them made it. Alex developed bipolar disorder after college and tried to take his own life. He survived, but is now severely brain-damaged. Emma sang "American Privilege" by Allen Stone and earned a trip to Hollywood.
Nineteen-year-old Jackson Gillies lives in Katy's hometown of Santa Barbara, CA, and met her a while back at a benefit concert for first responders. He's been diabetic since age three but several years ago, he also developed an autoimmune disorder called H.S., which attacks the skin. There's no cure, but Jackson maintains a positive attitude. His version of "Make It Rain" by Foy Vance -- which Ed Sheeran recorded in 2014 for the TV show Sons of Anarchy -- blew the judges away.
And the rest Others going to Hollywood include 22-year-old Nick Merico, the former star of the Nickelodeon series Every Witch Way; champion clogger Zebulon Spencer; and 19-year-old Long Island crooner Christiaan Padovan.
The American Idol "Hollywood Week" episodes begin this Sunday night on ABC.
Ava Max just released a new single called "So Am I," but her breakout single, "Sweet but Psycho," is still climbing the charts. The rising star tells ABC Radio that she constantly gets messages from fans telling her how much they feel "Psycho" applies to their own lives.
"Everybody messages every day," Ava laughs. "They're like, 'Oh my gosh, my husband just called me psycho, this is so relatable!' [or] 'My girlfriend says I'm psycho for doing this or that.' So the relatability on the song is just out of this world!"
According to Ava, a big part of "Sweet but Psycho's" appeal is the fact that it's reclaiming the word "psycho" so it's no longer an insult.
"People, women in particular, get called 'psycho' when they're passionate and opinionated, and that's sad, you know?" Ava explains. "They shouldn't be called 'psycho.' But in this case, 'psycho'" is redefined."
As for her new single, "So Am I," Ava launched it by asking fans to participate in the #SoAmI challenge by sending her photos of themselves with "#SoAmI" written on their palms, along with a description of what makes them different. She then posted those pictures on her socials.
"For me, the song is just all about embracing yourself and loving yourself and where you come from, and who you are as a person," Ava says.
Noting that social media is "super-unhealthy," because it makes you constantly compare yourself to others, Ava explains that "it felt right right" to use it to get the song's message out.
Ava also promises that she'll release an entire album this summer, followed by a headlining tour.
ABC/Image Group LAKelly Clarkson will be headlining Sands Care INSPIRE 2019, a Las Vegas charity event to raise funds for at-risk youth organizations.
She’ll take the stage at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas on Friday, May 24.
"INSPIRE is a do-good, feel-good opportunity for the community," Ron Reese, an exec at Las Vegas Sands, says in a statement. Las Vegas Sands owns the Venetian Resort.
Reese adds, "The chance to see someone as powerful as Kelly Clarkson in a more personal venue like The Venetian Theatre, combined with knowing your ticket purchase is going directly to helping at-risk youth, should make for a remarkable evening."
INSPIRE 2019 will benefit the Marty Hennessy Inspiring Children Foundation (ICF) and Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth (NPHY). The former works with at-risk youth through project-driven learning, mentoring, apprenticeships, academics and athletics. The latter provides services to help stabilize the lives of homeless teens.
Tickets go on sale beginning at 10 a.m. PDT Friday, March 22 at Venetian.com/INSPIRE, The Venetian Box Office or Ticketmaster.
Kelly's Meaning of Life tour wraps up March 30, and so far, this is the only other performance on her schedule.
Pamela LittkyDean Lewis will release his debut album A Place We Knew this Friday, but ahead of that, he's been chosen as Apple Music's "Up Next" artist.
As part of the program, Dean will be the focus of an Up Next film, which will be available March 26. In the film, he and his family members will tell the story behind his journey, from his first guitar to his current status as one of the fastest-rising stars on the global music scene. A sneak peek is on YouTube right now.
You can also watch the "Be Alright" singer being interviewed on YouTube by Apple Music Creative Director Zane Lowe.
“It’s such a huge honor to be chosen as the newest Up Next artist! Out of so many artists, I was blown away they decided to choose me,” Dean says in a statement. "It’s been a long journey -- developing as a songwriter in Australia, to touring and meeting fans from all around the world. With my debut album around the corner, I'm very excited to share my story."
You can check out Dean making his late-night debut tonight on ABC's Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagicThe bond between Lady Gaga and her hairstylist is strong.
The singer helped honor Frederic Aspiras with the Hair Artist of the Year Award at the Daily Front Row’s Fashion Los Angeles Awards on Sunday.Variety reports that in her introduction, Gaga said Aspiras isn’t just her hairstylist of over 10 years – he’s family.
“Even saying his full name, as the rockstar he’s become, I find myself thinking, ‘No, he’s not just, in my eyes, the greatest hair artist in the world, he’s the brother I never had,’” she said.
Gaga also revealed something she said not even Aspiras knew: He was the inspiration for the song “Hair” on her 2011 album Born This Way. She said she wrote the song because “He helped inspire me to love myself, and be myself every day.”
Among the iconic Gaga hair looks Aspiras created was her bleached blonde 'do at the Oscars this year. Gaga said they both stayed up all night coloring her hair “because we’re both going, ‘B****, we didn’t come this far to go to the Oscars with a root. We have to bleach it.’”
ABC/Craig SjodinMonday night on ABC, the final audition episode of this season of American Idol will air, starting at 8 p.m. ET. Now ABC has announced when the competition's live shows -- which will allow America to vote -- will begin.
Sunday, April 14 will feature a live-to-tape episode. Then, the first all-live performance show will air Monday, April 15. The schedule will then continue with live shows on Sundays only, for five straight weeks.
Starting April 21, coast-to-coast simultaneous voting will begin, as the show will once again be simulcast in all time zones across the country for three weeks. The show's finale will air May 19, and the coast-to-coast voting will also be open for that show.
Next week, the Hollywood Rounds begin, from the Orpheum Theater in L.A.
Dave Meyers/Republic RecordsWhen Ariana Grande takes the stage tonight in Albany, NY for her tour kickoff, she'll be sporting some fresh ink.
Last year, when the singer was engaged to Pete Davidson, they both got a number of tattoos in tribute to each other. One of Ariana's was the word "always" on her ribcage, in handwriting suspected of being Davidson's. But now, she's transformed that tat into something new.
Over the weekend, Ariana posted a photo of herself lying down and displaying her bare midriff, where her "always" tattoo is now inside a freshly-inked leaf, which is attached to a tattooed branch with several other leaves.
"not a cover up just evolvin," she wrote, adding, "Also, our show opens tomorrow. i love u and i’m so grateful. see you soon."
And on her Instagram Story, she posted a longer note about her tour, writing, "Literally never thought I'd be doing this. Six months ago, I didn't think it [was] at all possible but I'm very grateful that it was and we did. Music is everything. Friendship is everything. Art is everything. I'm so proud of my incredible team...y'all are the best there is and I'm so grateful to create w/you."