New look' Ariana Grande's cute Disney performance

It appears that singer Ariana Grande is attempting to shed her 'good girl' type Nickelodeon image, these days.

On Monday, the pop singer seemed to embrace her clean reputation with her Walt Disney World performance. The twenty-one year old star,just previous week, was crooning in a sea of lingerie models, toned down her routine as she crooned in front of Cinderella's castle at Magic Kingdom.

To ensure that she was not heating up the temperature too much, the pop queen showed a lot less skin as she walked on the stage in Orlando in Florida. Ariana also did not seen to be throwing any of the hot dance moves that people generally associate with her. For good measure, the singer also sported a silver pair of Mickey Mouse ears that looked insanely cute on her head.

David Bowie set to release Nothing has Changed in November

David Bowie is all set to release a further new runway on a retrospective album to commemorate a half century of his music career. The veteran music star, who thrilled his fans with his album The Next Day previous year after the best part of a decade away, would also add a handful of uncommon recordings on the release.
According to reports, Nothing Has Changed would be unveiled on 17th November and attracts together stuff from all stages of his music career as well as his different record labels, dating back to his debut in the year 1964. It would have the brand new track Sue that was specially recorded for Nothing Has Changed with Tony Visconti, a long time collaborator and producer.

One Direction duo Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan visits Nou Camp

Well, Barcelona has brought out 2 new stars at their home ground Nou Camp. The Catalan football club has secured the services of One Direction singers - Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan. The British boy band stars were in Barca for their newest leg of 'Where We Are' tour. They were invited by the club officials of Nou Camp.

Louis, 22, and Niall, 20, were handed the official strips with their names on the back by Dídac Lee (director) before being asked to have a kick about on hallowed Nou Camp field. Niall stated that it was really incredible to walk onto the pitch. He has been here a few times before, and it is nice to be back.

He added that Nou Camp is one of the best stadiums in the world, and it was magnificent to get the opportunity to walk out onto the pitch. He believes that the club’s best players are Neymar and Lionel Messi.

Harry is set to pen songs for celebs

One Direction’s Harry Styles of is now officially becoming the celeb songwriter. Apart from working in the studio along with John Legend, the curly haired singer has gone on to pen songs for some of h is few other friends in the music business.

There is a whole new connection between Ariana Grande and Harry Styles but it is nothing close to that romantic sort. The ex has written a track for the Ariana called A Little Bit of My Heart. Arianators and Directioners denied to believe the reports when it first came over the weekend. Still, as per the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers, the track has now officially been listed as Harry Styles is the co-author and Ariana Grande as the performer.

One Direction breaks Metallica's ticket sales record

Popular British boy band One Direction has passed rock band Metallica's ticket sales record at the Sydney's Allphones Arena in Australia. One Direction has sold almost 82000 tickets to their 7 concerts at Sydney arena. On the other hand, Metallica had sold just less than 75000 tickets at the very same venue during their tour in the year 2010.

Each One Direction member was handed with a Gold Microphone as a prize and a plaque was kept in Sydney Olympic Park city district to mark this achievement.

Guy Ngata, the Allphones Arena General Manager told that Epic and extraordinary are words very commonly utilized these days. One Direction's campaign of 7 events at the Allphones Arena was outstanding with 81542 fans screaming fans throughout 6 perfect October days would be something tough to ever repeat let alone break.