JASON DERULO DEBUTS NEW TRACK ‘TAKE YOU DANCING,’ ALONG WITH NEW TIKTOK DANCE: Jason Derulo has released his new Latin-inspired “Take You Dancing” song, along with an official TikTok dance video. “In these times, we all need a song that’s going to uplift us,” Jason said. “Hopefully ‘Take You Dancing’ can be a light in these trying days.” An official music video for the track is expected to drop in the coming weeks. Jason is set to perform on Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series on Friday.
DUA LIPA TEASES J BALVIN AND BAD BUNNY COLLABORATION: Dua Lipa has teased an upcoming collaboration with J Balvin and Bad Bunny. She posted a clip of the new track called “Un Dia (One Day)” on her social media pages and tagged the Colombian star and Puerto Rican rapper. The new song will arrive on Friday and the promo was helmed by 21-year-old Colombian Stillz and comes from Neon16, the production house of Puerto Rican star Tainy. The new release and its accompanying promo is set to follow the animated music video for “Hallucinate,” from Dua’s acclaimed second album, Future Nostalgia.
MADONNA SAYS SHE REFUSED TO PAY RUSSIAN FINE: Madonna is boasting about not paying a $1 million fine allegedly slapped on her for supporting Russia’s LGBTQ community at a 2012 show in St. Petersburg. But a Russian court says it threw out the lawsuit filed by a group of conservative activists, and the singer was never fined. It all centers around a show Madonna played on August 9, 2012, in St. Petersburg, during which she voiced her support for the local gay community. At the entrance to the Peterburgsky arena, audience members were handed pink wristbands and asked to wear them during the concert to show “tolerance for the gay community.” In a tweet and Instagram post on Monday, Madonna linked to a video showing part of her speech that night. “I was fined 1 million dollars by The government for supporting the Gay community,” she wrote. “I never paid.”
DAVE FRANCO TO PLAY YOUNG VANILLA ICE IN NEW MOVIE: Dave Franco will play Vanilla Ice in the upcoming flick, To The Extreme. Dave says the movie will be much like The Disaster Artist, directed by his brother, James Franco. The logline for the movie reads: “From a high school dropout selling cars in Dallas to having the first hip-hop single to top the Billboard charts with ‘Ice Ice Baby,’ a young Vanilla Ice struggles with stardom, extortion attempts and selling out as he makes music history.”