Pop Corner: Ariana Grande’s a Dangerous Woman, Zayn Malik gets new face ink

Meanwhile, Meghan Trainor prefers mutual appreciation to actually dating famous people

Ariana Grande: Slinky, sexy,  tongue-in-cheek

Ariana Grande: Slinky, sexy, tongue-in-cheek

 

TRACK OF THE WEEK
Dangerous Woman by Ariana Grande
Dammnn Ari, back at it again with the baby Mariah vibes! Dangerous Woman is slinky and sexy, but tongue-in- cheek too. Imagine it as part of a Spotify playlist with Selena Gomez’s Hands To Myself and you’re on the right track. In fact, name that playlist “Swishing Your Ponytail To The Beat” and you’re there.



Hero of the week is Ellie Goulding. She told Seventeen Magazine that she wants her lyrics to be relatable. “I don’t want girls to get to my age and feel like they’re not pretty enough, not thin enough, or they’re not good enough for something or someone. I’m naturally compassionate – that’s something I really like about myself. I always consider other people before myself, and I think that’s what I try to do with my music.”

She went on: “I want to write lyrics that girls can relate to. I’m a girl; I know how hard it is… If girls are anything like me when I was a teenager, then I want them to know everything is going to be okay.”

Meanwhile, Zayn has got his tour on his mind. He told Beats 1: “I’ve got a couple of shows coming up. I’m saving it for when I start touring. I want it to be a whole show. Right now it’s broken down. When I do a show for the first time I want it to be something they can enjoy.”

Zero of the week is dating celebrities, Meghan Trainor told the Mirror. “I tried Raya and it’s weird... I matched with a celebrity actor but never met him. He’s amazing, I feel bad saying his name. We mostly had mutual appreciation. I don’t have guys coming up to me in the clubs, but I guess it’s because I’m surrounded by my team and friends.”

NOW CLICK HERE Check out Zayn’s brand new face tattoo.

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