Daily Archive: April 13, 2018

Selena Gomez Says She’ll Release Her New Album When Her Music “Means Something”

It’s been almost three years since Selena Gomez introduced us to her more vulnerable side with Revival, her second studio album. Since then, her fans have been excited at the prospect of another musical addition to her collection, but a release date for her next, highly anticipated album still hasn’t been announced. While Gomez has blessed us with ridiculously catchy singles like “Bad Liar,”“Fetish,” and “Wolves,” we can’t help but wait (impatiently!) for her new album to drop. Luckily during our recent conversation with the 25-year-old singer, we know that the release for the as-yet-untitled album can’t be that far off.

While promoting Hotel Transylvania 3, Gomez told POPSUGAR that though she’s been working on her new record for two and a half years, she still isn’t exactly sure when she’ll be releasing it. “I don’t know when the right moment is,” Gomez said. “And I really mean that, not in a way that I’m trying to be mysterious or cool.”

Gomez explained that she’s waiting to feel inspired and that while she’s gone back to add and make changes to her new music, in her mind, the album is complete. So why the wait? “It’s hard to have a voice and make sure that your content means something,” she said.

When asked whether she’ll be debuting a new single at the Billboard Music Awards this May, Gomez said she has no idea if she will. If we’re being honest, we’re hoping Gomez pulls a Beyoncé and surprises us with some new stuff soon!

Clear Eyes, Full Queue, Can’t Lose: You Can Now Stream Friday Night Lights on Amazon

It was a dark day in 2017 when Netflix announced that they’d no longer be streaming beloved football drama Friday Night Lights. Had they never heard an inspirational speech delivered by the tough-but-fair Coach Taylor? Were they completely immune to the beauty of Connie Britton’s hair softly blowing in the Texas breeze? And how in the hell did they think it would be OK to deprive us of watching Tim Riggins strut around Dillon High? The closest thing Netflix has done to repairing their grievous crime is by adding the Friday Night Lights film from 2004 to their library.

But you know what? That dark six-month period in our lives is now over thanks to Amazon. The fellow streaming giant has officially gotten the screening rights to the series, which follows Coach Eric Taylor (Kyle Chandler) and his team of football players as they navigate the ups and downs of small town life in Dillon, Texas. The Emmy-winning drama has a total of five seasons, so you better get comfy – there’s a Friday Night Lights marathon in your future.

Sara asks dad to reconsider revival of peace talks with Reds

Sara asks dad to reconsider revival of peace talks with Reds

Davao City Mayor Sara Duterte has appealed to her father, President Duterte, to reconsider his decision to revive the peace talks between the government and communist rebels, saying there are no indications that the communists are willing to negotiate for a peaceful resolution to the decades-old conflict.

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PH privacy watchdog to Zuckerberg: Cooperate in our FB leak probe

PH privacy watchdog to Zuckerberg: Cooperate in our FB leak probe

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has been directed by the country’s privacy watchdog to cooperate with an investigation of the improper sharing of the personal information of more than 1 million Filipino users of the social media platform with the British political consulting company Cambridge Analytica.

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Ombudsman blocks Crame detention of 3 in bribery try

State prosecutors are urging the Sandiganbayan to reject the motions of three men suspected of complicity in the P50-million bribery scandal in the Bureau of Immigration to be detained at the Philippine National Police custodial center instead of a regular cell at Camp Bagong Diwa in Taguig City.

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Gordon report hints of ‘politicized’ hearing

Gordon report hints of ‘politicized’ hearing

Sen. Richard Gordon’s decision to make public the “unnumbered and unsigned” report of the Senate blue ribbon committee on its investigation of the P3.5-billion Dengvaxia fiasco bolstered suspicions that the legislative hearing was “politicized,” opposition Sen. Risa Hontiveros said on Friday.

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