4/19/24: Celebs Rumors


Taylor Swift was heartbroken on Eras tour post-Joe Alwyn split: ‘Smile even when you wanna die’

“The Tortured Poets Department,” which dropped Friday, the pop star, 34, seemingly admits that she was more emotionally wounded from her breakup with British actor Joe Alwyn than it seemed at the time. In her song “I Can Do It With a Broken Heart,” the 13th track on the album, Swift says that she was only pretending to be happy following their split, which took place just before she started her Eras tour last year.Lyrics supposedly about the “Conversations With Friends” star include: “Cause I’m a real tough kid, I can handle my s—t / They said, ‘Baby, gotta fake it till you make it,’ and I did / Lights, camera, bitch, smile, even when you wanna die / He said he’d love me all his life.”Swift, who has since moved on to NFL player Travis Kelce, 34, also says in the song that she was “shattered” while crowds chanted “more” from her. Swift dated Alwyn, 33, for six years, from 2016 to 2023.

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All Things Go announces 2024 lineup: Janelle Monáe, Reneé Rapp, more
All Things Go returns to Columbia, MD’s Merriweather Post Pavilion for two days of pop, R&B, jazz, rock and folk.Huge headliners include Janelle Monáe, Reneé Rapp, Hozier, Bleachers and Conan Gray.They’ll be joined by Laufey, Chappell Roan, Maren Morris, Julien Baker and Ethel Cain.Other big names on the bill include Michael Kiwanuka, Maisie Peters, Remi Wolf, The Japanese House and Holly Humberstone.In total, 36 acts have been enlisted to perform at this year’s festivities.And if you want to be there to jam all weekend long, single and multi-day passes can be scooped up as of today.At the time of publication, the best price we could find on two-day passes was $383 before fees on Vivid Seats.Single-day passes start at $121 before fees.Still need a few more details before checking out?We’ve got you covered, All Things Go festival goers.Everything you need to know and more (!) about the 2024 All Things Go Festival can be found below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A breakdown of all the best prices on single and multi-day passes are listed here:(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.
How much are tickets to see The Marías on their ‘Submarine Tour’?
The Marías will release their second studio album “Submarine.”To go with the record, the Los Angeles-based quartet announced they’re hitting the road for the ‘Submarine Tour’ with special guest Automatic at music halls, theatres, ballrooms and lawns all over North America.That includes a stop at New York’s Radio City Music Hall on Thursday, Aug. 8.The Marías can’t wait, either.“(L)et’s dance let’s cry let’s get hot let’s get sweaty let’s get wettt, submarine tour babyyy,” the band shared on Instagram.And if you want to be there to sing “Cariño,” “Over the Moon,” “mañana” and tracks from the forthcoming “Submarine” along with María Zardoya, tickets are available for all 25 concerts this summer.Some are shockingly cheap, too.At the time of publication, the lowest price we could find was $18 before fees on Vivid Seats.To be fair, that price was a bit of an outlier; all other shows have seats starting anywhere from $50 to $180 before fees.Curious how much tickets will cost for The Marías concert closest to you?We’ve got everything you need to know and more about the ‘Submarine Tour’ below.All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.A complete calendar including all tour dates, venues and links to the cheapest tickets available can be found here.(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and include additional fees at checkout.)Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand.
Stevie Nicks writes moving poem about heartbreak for Taylor Swift’s ‘Tortured Poets Department’: ‘For T and me’
“The Tortured Poets Department.”The Fleetwood Mac alum, 75, penned a moving poem about heartbreak that serves as a prologue on the 14-time Grammy winner’s 11th studio album, which dropped on Friday and was unveiled as a double album in a 2 a.m. surprise announcement to fans.“He was in love with her / Or at least she thought so / She was broken hearted / Maybe he was too / Neither of them knew,” Nicks writes, in part.“She was way too hot to handle / He was way too high to try… He really can’t answer her / He’s afraid of her / He’s hiding from her / And he knows that he’s hurting her / She tells the truth / She writes about it / She’s an informer / He’s an ex-lover.”“There’s nothing there for her / She’s already gone / There’s nothing that can stop her,” the “Edge of Seventeen” hitmaker continues.“She was just flying / through the clouds / When he saw her / She was just making her way / to the stars / When he lost her…”Swift’s admiration for the “Dreams” singer has long been known since the pair took the stage together at the Grammys in 2010.The duo performed Swift’s “You Belong with Me” and Nicks’ hit track “Rhiannon,” after which Swift gushed over the “fairytale” experience.Nicks, for her part, praised Swift’s “determination” and “childlike nature” at the time, adding that “this girl writes the songs that make the whole world sing, like Neil Diamond or Elton John.”“Taylor reminds me of myself in her determination and her childlike nature.
Taylor Swift stakes claim to Travis Kelce on ‘The Alchemy’: ‘Call the amateurs and cut ‘em from the team’
Taylor Swift album.And, of course, that’s Travis Kelce — the Super Bowl champ sweetheart of the pop superstar.In fact, getting love from the 34-year-old singer on her highly anticipated 11th studio LP — “The Tortured Poets Department,” which dropped on Friday — might be an even bigger win than getting that Super Bowl ring.“The Alchemy” is a sexy slow dance that is unabashedly about Kelce, with Swift staking claim to her stud.“So when I touch down all that matters/Call the amateurs and cut ’em from the team/Ditch the clowns, get the crown/Baby I’m the one to beat/’Cause the sign on your heart said it’s still reserved for me.”All right now, Miss Tay.As if there was doubt about just who she was putting on lock, the Swift — who famously dashed into her boo’s arms for an iconic smooch when his Kansas City Chiefs won the Super Bowl against the San Francisco 49ers in February — later adds, “Where’s the trophy? He just comes running over to me.”The couple began dating last summer and went public with their relationship in September 2023.Swift has not been shy about her romance with Kelce, ratcheting up the TV ratings for the NFL when she cheered on her boyfriend from the stands at multiple games.“When you say a relationship is public, that means I’m going to see him do what he loves, we’re showing up for each other, other people are there and we don’t care,” Swift told Time in December, when she was named the magazine’s 2023 Person of the Year.“The opposite of that is you have to go to an extreme amount of effort to make sure no one knows that you’re seeing someone,” she added.
Why Taylor Swift name-drops Charlie Puth on ‘The Tortured Poets Department’
new Taylor Swift album, “The Tortured Poets Department.”There are the exes: British actor Joe Alwyn, with whom the singer was in a six-year relationship until 2023, as well as the 1975 frontman Matty Healy, who Swift briefly dated last year.And the 34-year-old superstar used her powerhouse pen to mark her territory on her gridiron guy, Travis Kelce.But in addition to her current beau, there is another man who gets big love from Swift on “TTPD,” which dropped on Friday.That would be singer-songwriter Charlie Puth, who gets the ultimate co-sign from Swift on the title track.“You smoked and ate seven bars of chocolate / we declared Charlie Puth should be a bigger artist / I scratch your head, you fall asleep / Like a tattooed Golden Retriever,” she sings.The quote seemingly references her and Healy bonding over their mutual appreciation for the “See You Again” singer during their romance.Puth, for his part, appears to be a major Swiftie. In 2022, a video of him playing her breakthrough hit “Teardrops on My Guitar” for a New York City crowd circulated on TikTok.Healy, however, seems to be the target of more pen venom elsewhere on “The Tortured Poets Department.”Healy — who, before their summer split, was a rebound romance for the pop superstar following her breakup with Alwyn — appears to be the subject of the vicious takedown “The Smallest Man Who Ever Lived.”“And I don’t even want oil back/If just want to know/If rusting my sparkling summer was the goal,” sings Swift, who caught some flak after Healy made some controversial comments — including racist remarks about the singer’s now BFF Ice Spice.“And I don’t miss what we had,” she continues.