Warner Bros. RecordsBebe Rexha is giving us a little bit of heaven and a whole lot of devilish behavior in the new video for her song, “Last Hurrah.”
The video starts with Bebe dressed as an angel, complete with big white wings. We then see a montage of the different vices she’s claiming to be “done with.” By the time the chorus kicks in, Bebe has shed her angel wings for a red suit and is joining in the debauchery for one last party.
What follows is a series of risqué scenes, including one where Bebe is seducing a priest. The clip ends with her standing in front of a wall of fire, aiming her fire extinguisher at the camera.
Bebe will be performing the song for the first time on ABC’s Live with Kelly and Ryan on February 25, the morning after the Oscars. In fact, she’ll sing it live from the stage at L.A.'s Dolby Theater, where the Oscars are taking place Sunday night.
Tyler ShieldsA Backstreet Boy has now officially gone country.
AJ McLean has released his first actual country single today, called “Boy and a Man.” He'll debut his country-influenced solo album, Long Road, this spring.
“‘Boy and a Man’ is that growing-up story about finding that one true love even when you’re super-young and never wanting to let that person go and really just hanging out for the long haul,” AJ tells People.
Last year, AJ tested the country music waters with two songs: “Back Porch Bottle Service” and “Night Visions.” He says he was inspired to explore the genre after the Backstreet Boys recorded “God, Your Mama, and Me” with Florida Georgia Line, and the two acts toured together.
Also an inspiration to him: his wife of seven years, Rochelle.
“My wife was truly the inspiration behind the album title,” he tells People. “When we first released ‘Back Porch Bottle Service’ as kind of a feeler track, she had posted a commented on my Instagram saying how proud she was of me, and she basically said, ‘Baby, this has been such a long road coming for you to finally get here.’”
He adds, “When I read that, I was like, ‘Wow, that really does ring true.’”
AJ’s got some busy months ahead. In addition to launching his solo project, he’ll be kicking off the Backstreet Boys DNA World Tour in May. BSB wrap up their Las Vegas residency in April.
ABC/Ida Mae AstuteAdam Lambert’s performance with Queen at Sunday night's Oscar ceremony isn’t the only thing we have to look forward to from the singer.
According to Variety, the American Idol runner-up will be dropping a new song, “Feel Something,” tonight. It’s his first new track since last summer’s “Two Fux.”
Adam’s been hard at work on a new album, a follow-up to 2015’s The Original High. He previously revealed on Twitter that he has written “35-ish songs” so far.
“I have been working really hard on it!” he wrote. “The album is gonna be yummy! It’s basically all of my influences rolled into my own special blend.”
On Sunday, according to Variety, Adam will open the Oscars ceremony with Queen. Bohemian Rhapsody, the biopic about the late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury, is nominated for five awards. Adam also has an uncredited cameo in the movie as a trucker who has a tryst with Mercury at a roadside rest stop.
Queen and Adam Lambert wrapped a successful Las Vegas residency last year and will tour together this summer.
John Shearer/Getty Images via ABCIn a revealing new cover story with Vanity Fair, Miley Cyrus reflects on losing her Malibu home to the Woolsey fire last year and how it brought her and Liam Hemsworth closer together.
Miley, who says she was in South Africa filming an episode of Black Mirror when the fire occurred, says she was both “super-angry” and “relieved in a way” when she learned the news.
“I’ll never be happy that all those memories and pictures and things that I’ve loved are gone,” she says. “But to have an experience like this -- I find myself feeling more connected to being human again.”
It also bonded her even more with Liam, whom she married about a month later.
“When you experience what we experienced together with someone, it is like glue,” she says. “You’re the only two people in the world who can understand.”
Miley, who identifies as pansexual, further explains her reasoning for entering into what many would consider a “traditional” marriage.
“The reason that people get married sometimes can be old-fashioned, but I think the reason we got married isn’t old-fashioned -- I actually think it’s kind of New Age,” she says. “We’re redefining, to be f****** frank, what it looks like for someone that’s a queer person like myself to be in a hetero relationship.”
She adds, “Relationships and partnerships in a new generation -- I don’t think they have so much to do with sexuality or gender.”
Next up for Miley is her new album, due out this summer.
“There’s psychedelic elements, there’s pop elements, there’s more hip-hop-leaning records," she says. "You know, in the same way I like to kind of just be genderless, I like feeling genre-less.”
Adam Levine, foreground; PJ Morton, background (Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)It's been several weeks since the Super Bowl, where Maroon 5's halftime performance was slammed by viewers and critics alike. But the band's keyboard player says the problem was that people were expecting Maroon 5 to do something they'd never planned to do in the first place.
Speaking to VIBE, Maroon 5's keyboard player PJ Morton says, "What I haven’t heard out of everybody is the critique that 'They sounded bad,' which is what I wanted to accomplish. I think they had expectations for us to do something other than play our songs."
PJ, who's been in the band for nine years, continues, "I can’t really let a bad critique [bother me] -- or really, not even bad...just like a regular 'It wasn’t great, it wasn’t bad' -- that’s what I’ve been hearing. It just doesn't do anything to me. I'm happy."
Morton says Maroon 5 had only one goal: making sure "that we play the music well and that we sounded good and we put on a good show."
He laughs, "I’m sorry that we couldn’t live up to the expectations -- like, I think we were supposed to do some backflips or something like that....I just wanted to play the music and that was our plan from the beginning and that’s what we did."
"I’m proud of my band mates for doing what we do," PJ, who won his first solo Grammy on February 10, adds. "We’re musicians and we play music and entertain people. That’s what we did."
PJ, who's African-American, didn't discuss the controversy surrounding Maroon 5's decision to perform in the first place. The band was criticized for participating in light of the NFL's treatment of players who chose to take a knee to protest police brutality and racial inequality.
Credit: Guerin BlaskLovelytheband is going to Hollywood.
The "broken" artists will be celebrity mentors on the upcoming season of American Idol. They'll be sharing their advice during the "All-Star Duet" round, when the top 20 contestants perform with famous musicians.
The exact air date of lovelytheband's American Idol appearance has yet to be revealed, but the show will premiere Sunday, March 3 on ABC.
In other lovelytheband news, their breakout single "broken" has been certified platinum by the RIAA.
"Broken" is featured on lovelytheband's debut album finding it hard to smile, which also includes the singles "these are my friends" and "maybe, i'm afraid."
Lovelytheband will launch a U.S. headlining tour in support of finding it hard to smile in March.
ABC/Paula LoboEd Sheeran, Dua Lipa and Ariana Grande were among the big winners at the BRIT Awards, the U.K. equivalent of the Grammys, which were held Wednesday in London.
Ed took home the BRITs Global Success award, Dua Lipa and Calvin Harris won the prize for British Single for their collaboration “One Kiss,” and Ariana nabbed the International Female Solo Artist trophy. Calvin also took home the British Producer of the Year award.
Other winners include Drake for International Male Solo Artist, Beyonce and Jay-Z – aka The Carters – for International Group, and Little Mix for British Video for their song “Woman Like Me,” featuring Nicki Minaj.
The Carters accepted their award in a pre-taped video message inspired by the scene in their "APESH**" music video where they stand in front of Da Vinci's Mona Lisa in the Louvre museum. This time, they were shown standing in front of a painting of Meghan Markle.
As previously reported, Pink was honored with the Outstanding Contribution to Music Award, making her the first international artist to have that honor bestowed upon her.
Dave MeyersRemember last year when Ariana Grande got into a Twitter feud with British journalist Piers Morgan over female pop stars' right to be naked? Well, Ariana and Piers have now buried the hatchet, thanks to a random meet-up in Los Angeles.
Alongside a selfie of himself with Ariana, Piers wrote, "So... we bumped into each other in a LA restaurant, she joined me for ‘a chat’ & 2 hours later we were still chatting. We laughed, we argued, she cried, I nearly did, the drinks flowed & we bonded. Turns out we really like each other. Weird. Thank u @ArianaGrande -- next?"
He added, "Thank u for a great night @ArianaGrande."
Ari replied, "thank u for some laughs and some v productive conversation! it was nice bumping into u!" She added the hashtags #FutureFeministPiers and #FingersCrossed.
Explaining to a fan why she even talked to Morgan, Ari wrote, "well...we bumped into each other at a restaurant. and i decided to sit with him and we spoke for a while. i think some progress was made! turns out face to face discussions are a bit kinder and gentler, even if you do indeed disagree. :)."
Ariana and Morgan's original feud happened in November, when he criticized the British girl group Little Mix for posing naked on their single artwork. After Ari's Joan mom called him out, Morgan replied, "I'd just prefer they use their talent to sell records rather than their nudity. As your own daughter does...!"
Ariana then jumped in and wrote, "I use my talent AND my sexuality all the time because i choose to. women can be sexual AND talented...it’s OUR choice..."
She added, "i look forward to the day you realize there are other ways to go about making yourself relevant than to criticize young, beautiful, successful women."
Carter SmithKelly Clarkson, Bebe Rexha and Taylor Swift are able to move back and forth between the worlds of country and pop with ease, so it's no surprise they've each received nominations for the Academy of Country Music Awards, which will be presented in Las Vegas in April.
Bebe is nominated for Single of the Year, Song of the Year and Music Event of the Year for "Meant to Be," her smash collaboration with Florida Georgia Line. It was a huge pop hit, but it also spent 50 weeks at #1 on Billboard's country chart.
Kelly is also up for Music Event of the Year. Her nod is for "Keeping Score," a collaboration she recorded with country duo Dan Shay. The "Tequila" duo is one of this year's leading ACM nominees, with six nods in all.
Taylor is up for Video of the Year for "Babe," her collaboration with Sugarland. Not only does she sing on the track, but she also co-stars in the video, along with Sugarland's Jennifer Nettles.
Meanwhile, country star Maren Morris, who sang on the Grammy-nominated pop hit "The Middle," is nominated for Female Vocalist of the Year.
The ACM Awards, hosted by Reba McEntire, will be handed out live from MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on Sunday, April 7, starting at 8 p.m. ET on CBS.
Getty Images For dcp via ABC/Emma McIntyre/AMA2018Welcome to New York -- you've been served.
The Blast reports that Taylor Swift is suing a business owner in Long Island, New York, accusing him of fraud. It's actually a countersuit: The owner of the store, which is called SwiftLife, is already suing Taylor, accusing her of infringing on his trademark with her recently discontinued app, "The Swift Life."
In her countersuit, Taylor claims the store owner, Patrick Lloyd Yves Benot, was able to get the name "SwiftLife" for his store by lying to the Trademark Office. In the suit, Taylor claims that when Benot registered the company, he used the name “S.L. SwiftLife Computer Services.”
Taylor claims this is proof that Benot never planned to use the name "SwiftLife" on its own...so he shouldn't be suing her over it. Accordingly, she's asking the court to cancel the store's trademark, and is also asking Benot to pay her legal bills.
The Blast says Benot is the owner and sole employee of SwiftLife Computer Services, which does computer consulting. He says he launched the company in 2007 and trademarked the name in 2008.
In 2017, Taylor launched her app "The Swift Life," and Benot claims his business has suffered due to the confusion.
Taylor initially responded by asking for the lawsuit to be dismissed, on the grounds that nobody was confusing the two SwiftLifes, because one is a company and one is an app and they are both marketed to different audiences.
However, The Blast reports that a judge recently allowed Benot's suit to move forward, hence Taylor's new countersuit.
ABC/Craig SjodinABC isn't missing out on the chance to remind people that the new season of American Idol is right around the corner.
At 4 p.m. ET, before the network starts its Academy Awards coverage this Sunday, viewers can watch the half-hour special American Idol: A New Journey Begins. It features Ryan Seacrest interviewing judges Katy Perry, Luke Bryan and Lionel Richie about the new season of the show, and offers a preview of some of the talent we'll be seeing this year. The three singers will also answer fan questions and reveal "behind-the-scenes secrets."
Then, during the Oscars themselves, viewers will see a musical performance by American Idol hopefuls from the show's premiere episode on March 3. The prospective contestants will be seen singing from a rooftop in "the heart of Hollywood," and Ryan Seacrest will appear as well.
American Idol: A New Journey Begins begins at 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT on ABC. At 6:30 p.m., the 90-minute preview Oscars Opening Ceremony: Live from the Red Carpet begins, followed by the Oscars at 8 p.m. ET.
Interestingly, many of the artists you'll see singing on Sunday's Academy Awards have appeared on American Idol in the past, including Bette Midler, Lady Gaga, the rock band Queen and their lead singer Adam Lambert -- who was the runner-up on season eight -- and, of course, season three standout Jennifer Hudson.
American Idol premieres Sunday, March 3 at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.
Alasdair McLellan; Dan MartensenAre Adele and Drake new besties?
According to TMZ, the two had a recent hangout sesh in Los Angeles that included food, bowling…and possibly vaping.
Sources say the British singer and Canadian rapper were spotted chowing down at Jerry’s Famous Deli before heading next door to Pinz Bowling. They apparently rented out the entire place for themselves and a couple of friends.
After bowling, they stopped at Chill N Vape Lounge, where Drake reportedly purchased a Juul and some mango and peach-flavored pods.
The two have been fans of each other for a while. Back in October, Adele attended Drake’s concert and tweeted, “Oiii @ChampagnePapi blew my mind tonight! Best production I’ve ever seen hands down and way up there with one of my favorite shows of all time. Huge love.”
Drake responded, “Oiiiiii don’t f****** get me gassed right now I love this woman and she came to the show. Thank god nobody told me I would have been SHOOK.”
The "date" was strictly platonic, of course: Adele is married with a young son.
RCA RecordsShe sang a bit of it a cappella on The Ellen DeGeneres Show a couple of weeks ago, but now Pink's new single "Walk Me Home" has officially arrived.
The mid-tempo song, co-written by Pink, Scott Harris and fun. frontman Nate Ruess, features her asking for emotional support to help her deal with the crazy world we live in right now.
She sings, "Walk me home in the dead of night/I can't be alone with all that's on my mind/So say you'll stay with me tonight/'Cause there is so much wrong going on outside."
You may recall that Pink and Nate Ruess topped the charts in 2013 with their duet "Just Give Me a Reason."
"Walk Me Home" is the first official release from Pink's new album Hurts 2B Human, which is coming out in April.
Her Beautiful Trauma World Tour resumes March 1 in Sunrise, Florida, and will wrap up at New York's Madison Square Garden on May 21 and 22. If you already have tickets, you'll be able to upgrade them for exclusive perks, as well as a download of the new album. Visit Pinkspage.com for more info.
Randall SlavinRob Thomas is back with a new song, a new video and a new tour.
The Matchbox Twenty frontman has released his new song "One Less Day (Dying Young)," along with a video. The rousing tune, which has a bit of a Celtic feel to it, is about looking at aging, not as a negative, thing, but as a gift.
"I've seen my friends fall away before their time/and I've been afraid that I may follow in their light/so I drink and love and whisper all the things I know are right/Someday I may leave this world, but maybe not tonight," Rob sings. "I'm not afraid of getting older/I'm one less day from dying young."
The video features Rob singing in a room filled with lighted votive candles, as a fire dancer does her thing. At the end, the candles suddenly go out.
“This is an anthem about life and living," Rob says in a statement. “Living one more day is a privilege not afforded to everyone, so do all you can with the ones you get.”
"One Less Day" is from Rob's new solo album Chip Tooth Smile, due out April 26. It's now available for pre-order.
Rob will kick off a summer tour in support of the album May 28 in Red Bank, NJ; right now, the tour is scheduled to wrap up August 4 in Uncasville, CT. Abby Anderson will be his special guest.
If you pre-order the album, you'll get first access to tickets starting February 25 at 10 a.m. local time. Fan club pre-sales will also start on that day; the public on-sale date is March 1 at 10 a.m. local time. Visit RobThomasMusic.com for more info.
Here are Rob's tour dates:
5/28 -- Red Bank, NJ, Count Basie Center for the Arts 5/30 -- Battle Creek, MI, Firekeeper’s Casino 5/31 -- Northfield, OH, Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park 6/1 -- Rochester Hills, MI, Meadow Brook Amphitheatre 6/3 -- Cincinnati, OH, PNC Pavilion at Riverbend Music Center 6/4 -- Indianapolis, IN, Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn at White River State Park 6/7 -- Madison, WI, Breese Stevens Field 6/8 -- Prior Lake, MN, Mystic Lake **not subject to pre-order first access** 6/10 -- Denver, CO, Levitt Pavilion Denver 6/11 -- Salt Lake City, UT, The Depot 6/13 -- Seattle, WA, **venue and on-sale date to be announced** 6/14 -- Portland, OR, Theater of the Clouds 6/16 -- Saratoga, CA, Mountain Winery 6/18 -- Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theatre 6/20 -- San Diego, CA, Humphreys Concerts By the Bay 6/23 -- Phoenix, AZ, Comerica Theatre 6/25 -- Austin, TX, ACL Live at The Moody Theater 6/26 -- Irving, TX, The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory 6/28 -- Sugar Land, TX, Smart Financial Centre at Sugar Land 6/29 -- New Orleans, LA, Saenger Theater 6/30 -- Tuscaloosa, AL, Tuscaloosa Amphitheater 7/2 -- Jacksonville, FL, Daily's Place 7/3 -- Orlando, FL, Hard Rock Live Orlando 7/5 -- St Petersburg, FL, The Mahaffey Theater 7/6 -- Boca Raton, FL, Mizner Park Amphitheater 7/8 -- Atlanta, GA, State Bank Amphitheatre at Chastain Park 7/9 -- Nashville, TN, Schermerhorn Symphony Center 7/11 -- Raleigh, NC, Red Hat Amphitheater 7/12 -- Washington, DC, The Anthem 7/13 -- Philadelphia, PA, The Met Philadelphia 7/15 -- Bethlehem, PA, The Sands Event Center 7/17 -- Englewood, NJ, Bergen Performing Arts Center 7/18 -- Boston, MA, Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion 7/20 -- Orillia, ON, Casino Rama Resort **not subject to pre-order first access** 7/21 -- Canandaigua, NY, CMAC Performing Arts Center 7/23 -- Syracuse, NY, Lakeview Amphitheater 7/24 -- Saratoga Springs, NY, Saratoga Performing Arts Center 7/25 -- Gilford, NH, Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion 7/27 -- Atlantic City, NJ, Borgata 7/29 -- New York, NY, Beacon Theatre 7/30 -- New York, NY, Beacon Theatre 8/2 -- Port Chester, NY, The Capitol Theatre 8/3 -- Morristown, NJ, Mayo Performing Arts Center 8/4 -- Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Arena
Terence Patrick/CBSArianaGrande made a surprise visit to The Late Late Show with James Corden Tuesday night, much to the delight of some unsuspecting guests.
Ariana came out unannounced and sang with the TNT Boys, an adorable boy band trio from the Philippines who previously performed at James Corden's other hosting gig, The World's Best. The boys were so floored by the moment they could barely get through their rendition of "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" as Ariana sang along.
Afterward, Ariana chatted with Corden about her history-making day, becoming the first artist to simultaneously hold the #1, #2 and #3 spots on the Billboard Hot 100 since The Beatles did it in 1964.
"I thought it was hilarious. When I woke up I thought it was like an edit, like that my fans made," Ariana told Corden, echoing her reaction on Instagram earlier in the day.
Once reality set in, the "7 Rings" singer said she drove around listening to The Beatles with her mom. Ariana apologized multiple times during the chat, describing the experience as "crazy," even promising to take a break and "go away for a little, I promise."
Asked what she planned to do to celebrate such a milestone achievement, Ariana confessed she doesn't have much of a personal life these days.
"Well, honestly, I was so excited you asked me to do this today cause I usually don't have anything to do, other than just make songs and, like, rehearse and that's it," she declared, adding, "personal life still non-existent."
Ariana of course famously ended her engagement to Pete Davidson late last year, and addressed him and other past loves in her current #3 hit -- formerly #1 -- "thank u, next."
ABC/Lou RoccoThanks to his new Calvin Klein underwear campaign, Shawn Mendes has proven that he's comfortable showing off his body -- but could the next step be donning a form-fitting superhero costume?
It was in 2016 that Shawn was first signed to the prestigious Wilhelmina Models agency. Since then, he's walked in runway shows, and starred in ads for an Emporio Armani collection. The Calvin Klein campaign is just his latest foray into modeling, but back when he was new to it, he admitted he had a hard time wrapping his head around the concept.
Not long after he first inked the Wilhelmina deal, Shawn told ABC Radio, "It's just weird. Like, I'm a singer and now I'm a model. And, like, hopefully, maybe I'll be an actor one day."
When ABC Radio asked Shawn what his dream role would be as an actor, his thoughts went right to the superhero/fantasy genre.
"Umm...I have no idea. Maybe, like, Spider-Man -- that would be, like, the coolest role ever!" he laughed. "Or Harry Potter."
So far, Shawn's one acting role has been in the now-canceled CW series The 100. But who knows? In the future, when they reboot Spider-Man for the fourth time, he may get a call. Meanwhile, the Grammy-nominated star is preparing to kick off his world tour. It starts March 7 in Amsterdam.
ABC/Image Group LAIt seems like a natural fit for Kelly Clarkson to get her own talk show. But the singer tellsForbes that despite her gift of gab, hosting a show isn't exactly a dream come true for her.
“For all my friends that have been working in the industry, it’s a big goal of theirs to have that,” Kelly says. “I don't know, it kind of seems like…it landed in my lap and I want to obviously appreciate it and not take it for granted and try to do my best, obviously -- if anything just for those people that maybe didn't get that break that they wanted.”
But, she adds, “I'll be honest, it wasn't a dream of mine, I just…I do love people, so it wasn't a far-fetched idea for me to just have a bunch of guests on my show and be talking to them.”
Kelly says The Kelly Clarkson Show will be a little bit of everything: funny skits, music and also serious topics.
Before she gets to wow her talk show audience this fall, though, she's wowing concert audiences while on tour in support of her album Meaning of Life. Her rendition of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s A Star Is Born duet, “Shallow,” which she sang during her Wisconsin show on Friday, has gone viral.
She tells Forbes she wasn’t even aware the song got such a good response.
“I like covering a lot of different artists,” she says. “And honestly, for no other reason that I'm just a fan.”
Kelly hints that she's working on a Shawn Mendes cover next. Her tour's next stop is Detroit on Thursday, February 21.
Island RecordsFollowing the success of his breakthrough hit "Be Alright," Aussie singer/songwriter Dean Lewis has announced details of his debut album.
A Place We Knew will arrive March 22. In addition to "Be Alright," the collection also includes Dean's new single "7 Minutes," as well as "Waves," the song that first garnered him attention internationally. In addition to writing every song on the album, Dean also plays piano and guitar on the project.
Dean's currently on a headlining tour of North America. Meanwhile, "Be Alright" has been certified gold and has racked up over half a billion streams.
Here's the track listing for A Place We Knew:
"Hold of Me" "7 Minutes" "A Place We Knew" "Stay Awake" "Waves" "Be Alright" "Chemicals" "Straight Back Down" "Time to Go" "Don’t Hold Me" "For the Last Time" "Half a Man"
Republic RecordsAriana Grande made Billboard chart history earlier today, but at first, she thought it was a joke.
On Instagram, the singer shared her reaction to the news that she'd become the first artist to be #1, #2 and #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 simultaneously since The Beatles did it in 1964.
“i laughed when i saw this bc i thought y’all edited it,” she wrote, captioning a screenshot of the Billboard chart. “…i thought this was a joke when i saw it i’m not kidding.”
“thank u from the bottom of my heart. for so many reasons,” she continued. “first time since the beatles huh (and first time for a solo artist?). that’s wild.”
Ariana concluded, “i cant believe this is real. thanks for making history w ya girl today. and for making me feel loved. bye crying.”
In another post, she included her grandmother’s hilarious reaction: “Nonna just facetimed me and screamed ‘ANYTHING ELSE U WANNA DO?’”
Ari's "7 Rings" is #1 for a fourth week, followed by "break up with your girlfriend, i'm bored," at #2 and "thank u, next" at #3, up from #7. All three songs are from Ari's new album Thank U, Next, which also debuted at #1 this week.
Michael Jackson, Wade Robson (Courtesy of HBO)The first official trailer for the upcoming HBO documentary Leaving Neverland is out, and in it, two men who claim Michael Jackson abused them as kids are speaking out.
The trailer features video footage and photos of the two men -- Wade Robson and James Safechuck -- as children, hanging out with Michael and frolicking at Neverland.
"The days were filled with magical childhood adventure experiences," says Safechuck. "Playing tag, watching movies, eating junk food, anything you could ever want as a child."
"Just kid things. They were just doing kid things," recalls Safechuck's mother.
We also see a sweet video message from the late King of Pop, wishing Wade a happy birthday.
"He just came across as a loving, caring, kind soul," says Robson's mother. "It was easy to believe that he was just that."
While neither man mentions what else happened at Neverland in the trailer, Robson says, "He told me that if they ever found out what we were doing, he and I would go to jail for the rest of our lives."
"I wanna be able to speak the truth as loud as I had to speak the lie for so long," he adds.
The controversial two-part documentary premieres on HBO March 3 and 4th. Both Michael Jackson's estate and his family have denounced the film.