Quickies: Lady Gaga, Ally Brooke, Josh Groban & More


LADY GAGA POSTPONES ‘CHROMATICA' LISTENING PARTY: Lady Gaga postponed her Chromatica listening party, which had been scheduled for Friday, and instead encouraged her fans to register to vote. "As much as I want to listen to Chromatica together as a global group of kindness punks right now, our kindness is needed for the world today," she tweeted. "I'm going to postpone our listening session right now and encourage you all to take this time to register to vote and raise your voice." She added, "I'm so glad the album is bringing you some joy, because that's what I always wanted it to do. We'll reschedule this very soon." Ariana Grande, Gaga's duet partner on the "Chromatica" single "Rain On Me," also used her platform to encourage civil action in light of current events.

FIFTH HARMONY'S ALLY BROOKE TO RELEASE MEMOIR: Fifth Harmony alum Ally Brooke will release her first memoir in October. The 26-year-old shared a cover and release date, October 6th, for the book, Finding Your Harmony: Dream Big, Have Faith & Achieve More Than You Can Imagine, on Friday. In the memoir, Brooke reflects on her upbringing and her rise to fame with Fifth Harmony. She also discusses her life and solo career since Fifth Harmony's indefinite hiatus. Brooke competed in Dancing with the Stars Season 28 in 2019. She released a new solo single, "No Good," in December.

JOSH GROBAN SETS ONLINE LIVESTREAM CONCERT FOR JUNE 27TH: Josh Groban, his guitarist and piano player will perform a livestream concert of his greatest hits, fan favorites and new songs on June 27th at 4 p.m. ET. Tickets for the concert go on sale to the general public June 3rd via JoshGroban.com. VIP packages will include special merch options, including an official t-shirt, and $5 of each sale will go to Josh's Find Your Light Foundation. When you buy your ticket, you'll get an access code to watch the livestream on Josh's website; it'll be accessible for 48 hours afterwards in case you can't watch it live. Get all the details at JoshGroban.com.

LITTLE MIX'S LEIGH-ANNE PINNOCK ENGAGED TO ANDRE GRAY: Little Mix's Leigh-Anne Pinnock has revealed that her soccer player fiancé Andre Gray proposed on Friday. "Guys... wtf has just happened… 😩😳😂 He bloody did it, and I said yes 😩 I'm marrying my soul mate, the man of my flipping dreams… I am lost for words, so I think I'm just going to go cry some more 😩😂 @andregray_ I love you so much 😩😍❤️ My world is literally complete ❤️," she captioned cute photos of the two after the proposal. The two have been dating since late 2016.

BTS MEMBER SUGA'S AGENCY APOLOGIZES FOR CONTROVERSIAL JIM JONES SPEECH SAMPLE: BTS rapper Suga went viral for his song called "What Do You Think?" which samples a speech by cult leader Jim Jones, who was responsible for the Jonestown Massacre, which resulted in the death of over 900 people. The song appears on his "Agust D" mixtape, D-2, which quickly topped the charts upon its release earlier in the month. In a statement issued on Sunday, Suga's agency Big Hitclaimed that they were not aware of the sample's source and its implications, and that Suga "feels embarrassed and deeply responsible for a problem that has arisen in an area that he did not consider." They have reportedly deleted the part in question, and re-uploaded the new version.