Top 5 Entertainment Moments of the Week
By: Cari Zahn – A&E Editor
MEGHAN TRAINOR SAYS “NO” ONE MORE TIME
It was shocking to see music star Meghan Trainor transform from being “All About That Bass” to “edited waist” in the new music video for her song “Me Too.” Apparently, Trainor was just as shocked as we were. She had the video deleted just hours after it was released. The video was then replaced with the real version.
BIEBER SETS NO FAN PIC POLICY
A celebrity already soaked with drama adds another thing to his list. Bieber announced on Tuesday that he refuses to take photos with fans from now on. Fans question whether or not this photo hiatus is understandable or infuriating, but there is no question that Bieber has not yet taken the chance to step off the crazy train.
‘WHOOPS’ – 1D MEMBER PICKS A NEW HAIRY STYLE…
All bad puns aside, Harry Styles this week chopped his eminent locks into a short crop. Is this newsworthy? Directioners think so. Children with cancer may think so too, if they’re the ones to get a new wig from Styles’ donation. Despite the charitable reason, fans are still unhappy with the change. Darn.
INSTAGRAM GETS A FACE LIFT
No longer will we see the brown and tan polaroid-esque camera when opening up our phones to scroll through picture after picture. Instagram swapped it’s logo for a much more simple design intended to match the aesthetic of its users, according to Ian Spalter, head of design. Spalter offered several explanations for the new design, but most “IG” users don’t seem to be buying it.
ZAYN PROVOKES ATTITUDE FROM RAPPER AZEALIA
Azealia Banks has been dismissed from Rinse FM’s Born and Bred Festival in the UK after starting Twitter drama with Zayn Malik. Banks claims that Malik stole ideas from her for his new music video, Like I Would, provoking her to post several offensive tweets to him. She also badmouthed the festival on Twitter, claiming that most of the people that planned to come were only coming for her. Word to the wise, don’t include lasers in your music videos. Clearly, it causes certain female rappers to pounce.