TAYLOR Swift has dropped new single ME! off her upcoming seventh studio album and shared a stunning pastel themed music video - with a Mary Poppins twist. All Tay Tay fans know every song has hidden meanings - and we reveal what this tune is all about. What is the meaning behind Taylor Swift's ME! and who is it about? As with all Taylor Swift songs she likes to draw reference to people she has fallen out with, loves she has lost, her current boyfriend and even her cats. ME! is no different and is packed with lots of juicy stories and Easter Eggs for the big Swifty fans. The song dropped TODAY (April 26, 2019) and we unpick it for you, and let you know what she is talking about in her new tune. Brighter attitude to life The whole video - which features Panic! at the Disco frontman Brendon Urie - is a pastel, rainbow coloured fiesta showing Taylor has moved into a bright new chapter of her life - and she is loving it. This is in stark-contrast to her Reputation album, which was about … [Read more...] about Taylor Swift’s new song ME! just dropped – but what are the lyrics, what is the meaning and who is it about?
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By Mark Medina | [email protected] | Bay Area News Group PUBLISHED: December 24, 2018 at 5:00 am | UPDATED: December 24, 2018 at 10:12 pm CLICK HERE if you are having a problem viewing the photos on a mobile device * * * Subscribe to the Mercury News and East Bay Times for $40 a year and receive a free Warriors championship coffee table book* * * OAKLAND >> During this holiday season, Warriors majority owner Joe Lacob does not have the spirit of giving. Instead, he seems more naughty than nice. Lacob floated the possibility he will sit in his courtside seat sporting one of his championship rings when the Warriors (23-11) face the Los Angeles Lakers (19-14) on Christmas Day at Oracle Arena. He hopes LeBron James notices. “I might wear it for him out of respect,” Lacob said, laughing, while recently sporting the Warriors’ most recent title ring. “I might wear all three.” That would provide a symbolic reminder of the Warriors winning three … [Read more...] about What will it take for Warriors and Lakers to become a rivalry?
Welcome back to The Hollywood Reporter's weekly DC TV Watch, a rundown of all things DC Comics on the small screen. Every Saturday, we round up the major twists, epic fights, new mysteries and anything else that goes down on The CW's Arrow, The Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl and Black Lightning and Fox's Gotham. Note: Supergirl, Arrow and The Flash aired the three-part "Elseworlds" crossover this week, Legends of Tomorrow and Black Lightning aired fall finales and Gotham did not air a new episode this week. The Flash, Supergirl and Arrow's "Elseworlds" crossover The big news: While so much happened in this year's Arrow-verse crossover, it was the final end tag that blew the entire universe wide open. The theme of next year's crossover has been revealed to be "Crisis on Infinite Earths," the comic book arc that all the Arrow-verse shows has been building toward for the past five years. What it means: Even for the casual viewer who has not read many comics, the clues … [Read more...] about DC TV Watch: Why “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Is a Game-Changer
She’s the TV actress from Burnley who’s rubbed shoulders with Hollywood action-man Sylvester Stallone - AKA Rocky - in a Warburton’s advert. Caroline O’Hara, a former star of Coronation Street, Casualty and The Bill, is among a multitude of famous actors, thespians and singers to come out of Lancashire. Her acting career began right here in Burnley. That’s why, in 2015, Caroline joined the fight to save Burnley’s Victoria Empire Theatre. Now, in a series of exclusive celebrity interviews, she will shine a light on the stars who also contribute much of their success to our home county of Lancashire. First up, Caroline speaks to Jeff Greenberg, Emmy-winning casting director of TV sitcoms Cheers, Frasier and Modern Family. Jeff helped to bring life to Frasier’s Lancashire character, Daphne Moon.How many English actresses did you meet for Daphne? Were you specifically looking for an English person? “What led up to that is David Lee, … [Read more...] about Frasier: this is how a Hollywood Emmy-winner was inspired by Lancashire
[To some degree this article contains spoilers through the Sunday, Nov. 18 episode of The Walking Dead. But seriously, there's basically nothing that can be spoiled about this show anymore.] Watching The Walking Dead on Sunday, something I've been doing on pure autopilot for four or five seasons now, an odd thought struck me: Dating back probably to the very end of last season, but certainly through this new fall arc, this is the least bad The Walking Dead has been in a long, long time. Phrased a more complimentary way, the version of The Walking Dead that will cap off its half-season this weekend (the first half of season nine) is the closest the show has been to the show I've wanted it to be probably since the start of the Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) arc or maybe the start of the Governor (David Morrissey) arc or the start of the prison arc or possibly even start of the arc on Hershel's (Scott Wilson) farm. Under the watch of new showrunner Angela Kang — who started as a writer … [Read more...] about Critic’s Notebook: ‘Walking Dead’ Season 9 Improvement Is Too Little, Too Late