The first-ever BBC Music Awards will take place December 11 in London, the BBC announced, with One Direction, Ed Sheeran, Coldplay, Clean Bandit, and Calvin Harris will all perform.
*We also know One Direction will be performing in Vancouver this summer. Keep an eye on The River FB page to win BTBO tickets for that show.
Kelly Clarkson covered “Shake It Off” at a concert this weekend, and Taylor Swift loved it. The superstar even tweeted the performance video for everyone to see.
The 2014 MTV European Music Awards will be held next month, but some preliminary winners have already been announced. To the surprise of no one, Lorde has been named Best New Zealand Act. She is now up against acts from other countries in the Worldwide category. That winner will be announced when the show airs from Glasgow on November 10. Among the competition: Justin Bieber, representing Canada, and Fifth Harmony, representing the U.S.
Hilary Duff and husband Mike Comrie announced in January that they had “mutually decided to an amicable separation” after three years of marriage. Fast-forward nine months later: On Friday night, the two of them attended a Halloween Party together. On Saturday, the two were spotted shopping for Halloween decorations, including pumpkins, with their son.
Katy Perry’s life is complicated. Diplo, her latest man-friend, is about to have a baby with his ex. The DJ and producer-dude is expecting his second child with former squeeze Kathryn Lockhart.
Duck Dynasty star Jep Robertson had a major health scare last weekend—he suffered a seizure while hunting deer. “Well, I about died this past Sunday…I’m doing much better now,” Jep tweeted on Saturday. “Thanks for all the prayers! #seizuresuck #gladtobealive
Lake Bell (The Practice and Boston Legal) just gave birth to a baby girl, her rep says the baby was born on Saturday. No other details were provided.
Top movies this weekend….
1. Ouija — $20 million
2. John Wick — $14.15 million
3. Fury — $13 million ($46.05 million domestic total)
4. Gone Girl — $11.1 million ($124.09 million domestic total)
5. The Book of Life — $9.8 million ($29.91 million domestic total)