After Hours enjoyed robust sales in its second week on the chart — 48,500 copies — as well as 113.9 million streams. 5 Seconds of Summer out-sold the Weeknd, moving nearly 70,000 copies of Calm. But the Weeknd enjoyed a massive edge in streaming (113.9 million to 21.5 million) and song sales (42,700 to 7,000), and that was enough to keep him at Number One. … [Read more...] about RS Charts: The Weeknd Beats Out 5 Seconds of Summer in Tight Race for Number One
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Channel 4’s Mahon has repeatedly declined to rule herself out of the recruitment process, including in a recent interview with Variety. But this was before Channel 4 came under intense pressure from the coronavirus crisis, with the broadcaster having to find £245M ($305M) of savings after a 50% drop in advertising revenue. … [Read more...] about BBC Studios CEO Tim Davie Emerging As Candidate To Beat In Race To Become BBC Director General
Marvin -- who set a team record last year when he scored 4 TDs in a single game -- told us he's been impressed with Chad's performance in the CFL ... and says the guy clearly still has "something left in the tank." … [Read more...] about Bengals WR Marvin Jones — OchoCinco Can Still Ball … But I’d Smoke Him in a Race!
All anybody expected — or wanted — from “Thank U, Next” was a little petty late-night celebrity shade. Nobody was asking Ariana Grande to drop a grand personal statement, let alone a ballad this resonant. But it turned out to be Ariana’s Plastic Ono Band — what is John Lennon’s “God” but his “Thank U, Next” to the other Beatles? (Paul taught him love, George taught him patience, Ringo taught him pain.) This damn song has made me miss my G-train stop more than once, over an eerie synth loop sampled from Japanese composer Ryuichi Sakamoto. (From his David Bowie movie soundtrack, no less.) I don’t really care about her celeb exes, but I heard this and caught my breath: “She met someone else? And her name is Ari? She’s learning to love herself? Which is the greatest love of all?” It could have — maybe should have — been trivial and cheap, but instead it’s a pop smash that tells … [Read more...] about Rob Sheffield’s Top 25 Songs of 2018
Arceneaux is represented by UTA, Jermaine Johnson at 3Arts, attorney Loan Dang, and Jim McCarthy at Dystel, Goderich & Bourrett. Carmichael is represented by UTA and attorney PJ Shapiro at Ziffren Brittenham. Daniels is represented by WME, Alex Kovacs at Untitled Entertainment, and attorney Matthew Levy at Hansen, Jacobson, Teller, Hoberman, Newman, Warren, Richman, Rush, Kaller & Gellman. … [Read more...] about ‘I Can’t Date Jesus’: 20th Century Fox TV, Jerrod Carmichael, Lee Daniels & Marc Velez To Adapt Michael Arceneaux’s Memoir