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Rock Fuel MediaCulture Club brought its 2016 world tour to a close last December with a special hometown concert at London's Wembley Arena, and the event has been captured for a home video and album that will be released December 8.

Live at Wembley: World Tour 2016 will be available as a DVD/Blu-ray/CD package, a DVD/CD set, and a limited-edition two-LP colored-vinyl collection.

The concert featured frontman Boy George and company delivering inspired renditions of Culture Club's biggest hits, including the chart-topping "Karma Chameleon." Also at the show, the band played a cover of Bread's "Everything I Own," a song Boy George recorded for his 1987 debut solo album, Sold. The concert finished with a performance of the T. Rex classic "Bang a Gong (Get It On)."

"We were thrilled to be back home for the final show of such a highly successful reunion tour," says Boy George about the Wembley performance. "Being able to document this show on film before our hometown fans, friends and family, with all the original members of the band, where it all began for us in London in 1981, makes this concert film release that much more special for our fans to enjoy for many years to come."

The DVD and Blu-ray also boasts bonus features including new interviews with the band members, and behind-the scenes footage of Culture Club discussing their career, and their excitement about performing at the famous arena.

Check out a trailer for Live at Wembley at Cleopatra Records' official YouTube channel.

Here's the full list of songs featured on Live at Wembley:

"Church of the Poison Mind"
"It's a Miracle"
"I'll Tumble 4 Ya"
"Move Away"
"Everything I Own"
"Black Money"
"Time (Clock of the Heart)"
"Like I Used To"
"Different Man"
"Miss Me Blind"
"Do You Really Want to Hurt Me"
"The War Song"
"Karma Chameleon"
"Bang a Gong (Get It On)"

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Rony AlwinIf you’re wondering how Katy Perry is able to juggle to being a judge on American Idol and being on tour, the answer is pretty simple: She’s single!

The singer tells Entertainment Tonight that not being in a relationship is the key to being able to tackle multiple big projects at once.

"You know, when you're single, you got a lot of time to yourself and a lot of energy, and I'm just finding a delicate balance,” she says.

But if rumors are to be believed, she might not be single for long.

Sources tells E! News that Katy’s pal Robert Pattinson has ended his engagement to singer FKA Twigs and has been looking to Katy for emotional support following the breakup.

"Rob has been leaning a lot on Katy since his split with FKA Twigs," one source says. "They talk on the phone regularly and make sure to see each other when they both aren't away working. Katy has always been a good friend to Rob over the years and has been there for him emotionally."

The two first sparked rumors of a romance -- which was later denied -- in early August when they were spotted getting “extremely affectionate” with each other while out to dinner in Hollywood.

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Dick Clark ProductionsDiana Ross is set to receive the American Music Award for Lifetime Achievement this year.

The legendary singer will also be performing at the AMAs ceremony.

“I have endless memories of all the years that I have appeared on the American Music Awards,” Diana says in a statement. “It started with Dick Clark and The Caravan of Stars and American Bandstand.  It was Dick Clark who said, ‘Music is the soundtrack of our lives.’ So true. I am so excited to be receiving this honorable award."

Diana has a long history with the AMAs. She attended the very first show in 1974 and even hosted the ceremony in 1986 and 1987. She’s won seven AMAs over the course of her career.

The AMAs airs November 19 at 8 p.m. EST on ABC.

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Olaf HeineJames Arthur's romantic ballad, "Say You Won't Let Go," has become a popular wedding song, but some couples aren't content with simply having their band or deejay play it at the reception: they want James himself to show up and sing it.  He says he wishes he could, but he's kind of busy right now.

"My management -- they daily tell me about emails that they’ve gotten in, [with] requests for weddings," James tells ABC Radio. "And I kinda wish I could do them all, to be honest! But it is what it is."

What it is, is a very busy schedule: Ever since "Say You Won't Let Go" blew up in America, James has been going non-stop. He spent the entire summer and most of September on tour with OneRepublic, and will kick off a tour of his native U.K. next month.  He's also just published his autobiography, Back to the Boy, and received an American Music Award nomination for New Artist of the Year.

Ironically, James did sing "Say You Won't Let Go" at a wedding...but nobody knew the song.

"I did it at a wedding before it came out. Before anyone had heard it," he tells ABC Radio. "So that’s kind of funny to look back, when no one knew what it as."

He laughs, "It went all right, I kind of messed it up a little bit! It was really fresh. But I imagine if I’d done it now, it would be a moment."

While James may not be able to fit any old wedding into his schedule, what if one of those Russian billionaires offered him big bucks to play at his daughter's wedding? Would he make the time?

James laughs, "Depends on how many billions he’s putting on the table!" 

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NBC UniversalThe battle rounds continued Tuesday night on The Voice, as teammates went head-to-head for the right to advance to the next stage in the competition, a night that also saw Adam Levine steal an artist from Blake Shelton.

Each coach enlisted the help of a guest adviser during rehearsals: DNCE’s Joe Jonas for Team Adam, Rascal Flatts for Team Blake, ex-Destiny’s Child member Kelly Rowland for Team Jennifer Hudson and Billy Ray Cyrus for Team Miley Cyrus.

Here are the highlights of Tuesday night's show:

Davon Fleming and Maharasyi, representing Team Jennifer led off the show. The two artists, who Hudson described as “soulful, R&B singers” faced off against each other on Whitney Houston’s “I’m Your Baby Tonight.” Miley, who loved the entertainment aspect of the performance, called the battle a tie. Adam leaned towards Davon. Blake agreed, but also gave props to Maharasyi for holding her own against a more seasoned singer. JHud awarded the victory to Davon, who advances to the next round. Maharasyi was sent home.

Team Adam’s Brandon Showell battled Hannah Mrozak on “Cold Water” by Major Lazer featuring Justin Bieber and MØ. Adam, addressing the camera prior to the performance, said the winner would be the artist who he “was unable to look away from.” Afterwards, the other coaches were mixed, with Blake giving the round to Hannah and Jennifer giving Brandon the edge. Adam declared the match dead even, but went with Hannah, who moves on to the knockout rounds. Brandon’s time on The Voice came to an end.

Blake then paired Dennis Drummond and Mitchell Lee for the next battle, noting each of them were "more rock than country." They covered Counting Crows’ “Mr. Jones.” Miley liked Drummond’s “cool vibe,” but believed Mitchell had the strongest voice. Adam thought Mitchell was more in Blake’s wheelhouse, but called Dennis a “wild card.” In what Shelton declared his closest battle this season, he chose Mitchell, who moves on to the next round.

The competition wasn't over for Drummond, however, as Adam, who fought hard for the artist, but lost out to Blake in the blind auditions, ultimately got his man, stealing him from Shelton.

Also on Tuesday: Team Adam’s Dylan Gerard and Team Miley’s Esera Tualo advanced to the knockout rounds. Dave Crosby and Rebecca Brunner -- from Blake and Adam’s teams, respectively -- were sent packing.

The Voice returns with more battles Monday night at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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Greg WilliamsAs expected, Ed Sheeran has cancelled a spate of shows following a bike accident.

"A visit to my doctors confirmed fractures in my right wrist and left elbow that will leave me unable to perform live concerts for the immediate future," read a messaged posted to Ed's Instagram account Tuesday evening alongside a photo of Ed's right wrist and forearm in a cast.

"Sadly, this means that the following shows will not be able to go ahead as planned: Taipei, Osaka, Seoul, Tokyo and Hong Kong. I’m waiting to see how the healing progresses before we have to decide on shows beyond that. Please stay tuned for more details," the message read, concluding with the following post-script: "Ed isn’t typing this as he has both arms casted/bandaged."

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Darren BradeLast year, when Justin Timberlake starred in the animated movie Trolls, he ended up with a box office smash and an Oscar nomination for the song "Can't Stop the Feeling!"  It's no wonder he and his character, Branch, are back, just in time for the holidays.

While the full-fledged Trolls sequel won't arrive in theaters until 2020, a half-hour animated musical special called DreamWorks Trolls Holiday will air November 24 on NBC.  In addition to Justin, the special will also feature Anna Kendrick returning as Poppy and Zooey Deschanel returning as Bridget.

In the special, Kendrick's Poppy finds out that the Bergens -- the Trolls' enemies-turned-friends -- don't have any holidays, and sets out to fix that, with the help of Branch and the Snack Pack. 

After the special premieres on NBC, it'll be available on with bonus features on DVD and digital on November 28, and on Netflix December 6.

The most exciting news, though, is that there will also be a soundtrack to go along with the special.  Called Trolls Holiday, the seven-track collection will arrive on October 27 and will feature music from Justin, as well as the rest of the cast.

Still want more Trolls?  A new animated series called DreamWorks Trolls: The Beat Goes On premieres on Netflix January 19.  Poppy and Branch are also part of that series, but it's not clear if they'll continue to be voiced by Justin and Anna Kendrick.

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Kurt IswarienkoIt seems like a lot of fans are happy Pink's back.

The singer's new album, Beautiful Trauma, her first album of original solo material since 2012's The Truth About Love, is on track for a big #1 debut on the Billboard album chart.  Experts predict that the album will enter the chart with first-week sales of more than 300,000 units.  That would be the biggest sales week of 2017 so far for any album by a woman.

So far, 2017's biggest sales week for a woman has been 180,000 units, courtesy of Katy Perry's Witness.  The last time a woman sold over 300,000 units in a week was in 2016, when Beyonce's Lemonade moved 321,000 units in its second chart week.

According to Billboard, Beautiful Trauma's sales are being helped by the fact that anyone who bought a ticket to Pink's upcoming tour also received a copy of the album.

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Mercury NashvilleShania Twain’s already demonstrated she knows a thing or two about fancy footwork in a handful of her iconic music videos.  Next week, she’ll share her knowledge as a guest judge on Dancing with the Stars.

The pop/country superstar will take her place at the judge’s table during movie night, as the celebrity contestants pay tribute to memorable dance moments from the silver screen.

Shania will also perform the track “Soldier,” which is featured in the film Thank You for Your Service. It’s also included on her new NOW album, which recently debuted at #1 on the Billboard 200.

You can see Shania on Dancing with the Stars Monday at 8 p.m. ET on ABC.

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UMeGet ready to add another volume of NOW That’s What I Call Music! to your collection.

The compilation series will be releasing its 64th volume next month, featuring 16 major hits from artists including Sam Smith, Pink, Charlie Puth, Shawn Mendes, Bruno Mars and Katy Perry.

Hit collaborations like “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee featuring Justin Bieber, “Strip that Down” by Liam Payne featuring Quavo, and “What Lovers Do” by Maroon 5 featuring SZA will also be featured.

And if you’re in the mood for some early ‘00s nostalgia, the NOW series is also releasing NOW That’s What I Call the 00s. The collection includes hits like Britney Spears’ “Oops, I Did It Again,” Lady Gaga’s “Poker Face,” ‘NSYNC’s “Bye Bye Bye,” and Kelly Clarkson’s “Since U Been Gone.”  

Both collections will be released on November 3.

Here are the track lists:

NOW That’s What I Call Music! 64
Charlie Puth -- "Attention"
Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee ft. Justin Bieber -- "Despacito (Remix)"
Shawn Mendes -- "There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back"
Sam Hunt -- "Body Like a Back Road"
Liam Payne ft. Quavo -- "Strip It Down"
Calvin Harris ft. Pharrell Williams, Katy Perry & Big Sean -- "Feels"
Maroon 5 ft. SZA -- "What Lovers Do"
French Montana ft. Swae Lee -- "Unforgettable"
Childish Gambino -- "Redbone"
Logic ft. Alessia Cara & Khalid -- "1-800-273-8255"
Sam Smith -- "Too Good at Goodbyes"
Kesha -- "Praying"
P!nk -- "What About Us"
Bruno Mars -- "Versace on the Floor"
ZAYN ft. Sia -- "Dusk to Dawn"
Imagine Dragons -- "Thunder"

NOW Presents What’s Next
Barns Courtney -- "Golden Dandelions"
DaniLeigh -- "Play"
Moon Taxi -- "Two High"
The Accidentals -- "Odyssey"
Billie Eilish -- "Ocean Eyes"
Molly Kate -- "Footprints"
NOW That’s What I Call the 00s
Nelly -- "Hot in Herre "
Flo Rida ft. T-Pain -- "Low"
Joe ft. Mystikal -- "Stutter (Double Take Remix)"
Destiny’s Child -- "Independent Women Pt. 1"
Britney Spears -- "Oops, I Did It Again"
Black Eyed Peas -- "I Gotta Feeling"
Katy Perry -- "I Kissed A Girl"
Lady Gaga -- "Poker Face"
Nelly Furtado -- "Promiscuous"
Maroon 5 -- "This Love"
Santana ft. Rob Thomas -- "Smooth"
NSYNC -- "Bye Bye Bye"
Kelly Clarkson -- "Since U Been Gone"
Miley Cyrus -- "Party in the USA"
Plain White Ts -- "Hey There Delilah"
The Fray -- "How to Save a Life"
Hoobastank -- "The Reason"
Fall Out Boy -- "Sugar, We’re Going Down"

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NBC UniversalIt was the first night of the battle rounds on The Voice Monday night, as teammates went head-to-head for the right to advance to the next stage in the competition. The evening culminated in Miley Cyrus winning a two-way battle with Blake Shelton to steal one of Adam Levine’s artists. Blake and Jennifer Hudson also stole artists.

Each coach enlisted the help of a guest adviser during rehearsals: DNCE’s Joe Jonas for Team Adam, Rascal Flatts for Team Blake, ex-Destiny’s Child member Kelly Rowland for Team Jennifer and Billy Ray Cyrus for Team Miley.

Here are some of Monday's highlights:

Team Miley’s “growlers,” 16-year-old Moriah Formica and Shilo Gold, 26, tackled The Guess Who’s “American Woman.” Miley’s dad, Billy Ray, called the pair a “new female Brooks & Dunn,” and predicted that neither was going home. Adam, Blake and Jennifer praised both artists, but leaned towards Moriah. Miley, while praising Shilo’s growth, also picked Moriah, who moved on to the knockout rounds. Gold was sent packing.

Keisha Renee, 30, and 17-year-old Noah Mac battled for Team Blake, dueting on Elvis Presley’s version of Hank Williams’ “I’m So Lonesome I Could Cry.” Beforehand, Shelton said the round would go to the singer who delivered the song with “the message and the feeling.” Following the performance, Jennifer called Noah an “old soul,” and declared Keisha’s voice “flawlessly beautiful.” Miley suggested that Blake should go with Keisha. He noted both singers were different, but sang with heart, before giving the round to Keisha, who moves on.

In a dramatic moment, Hudson stole Noah just as he was about to leave the stage. He advances, now representing Team JHud.

Jennifer’s Chris Weaver and Kathrina Feigh were given “Dangerous Woman,” by Ariana Grande. Hudson’s advisor Kelly Rowland loved their “big voices,” but warned that “too much is too much.” Adam, Miley and Blake all praised Kathrina, but gave the round to Chris. Jennifer, noting that Kathrina was going up against a “freight train,” pronounced him the winner. Weaver advances to the knockout rounds.

However, Blake stole Kathrina, explaining that she “never backed down and gave it all she had” and he wanted to see “what she’s all about as an artist.” Feigh also moves on, now as a member of Team Blake.

The final pairing of the night was Team Adam’s rockers Adam Pearce and Whitney Fenimore, covering “Stop Draggin’ My Heart Around” by Stevie Nicks with Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers. Levine’s advisor, Joe Jonas, was blown away by the duo, saying, “I’d go see that concert anytime.” After the performance, Blake praised Pearce’s “classic rock and roll sounding voice,” but leaned towards Whitney. Jennifer and Miley gave Adam the edge. Coach Adam awarded the round to Pearce, who advances to the knockout rounds.

Whitney wasn’t done though. Both Blake and Miley both fought to steal the singer, with Miley arguing that she turned around for her during the blind auditions, and Blake trying to capitalize on their shared Oklahoma roots. Whitney -- with some egging on from Levine -- chose Miley as her new coach.

The battles continue Tuesday night at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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John Shearer/Getty Images via ABCCher is returning to the big screen.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Cher is joining the cast of the Mamma Mia! sequel Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.

Over the weekend Cher teased the news, posting an image of 1970s style star-spangled platform boots to Twitter.

She joins a high-profile cast of stars returning to the ABBA-themed jukebox musical franchise, including Meryl Streep, Colin Firth and Amanda Seyfried.

It will be Cher's first movie appearance since 2010's Burlesque, in which she starred opposite Christina Aguilera

Cher won a Best Actress Oscar for her performance in Moonstruck in 1987.

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Jordin Althaus/NBCUniversal/One Voice: Somos Live!/Getty ImagesThe disaster relief efforts being spearheaded by Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony and former New York Yankees slugger Alex Rodriguez to help Puerto Rico, Mexico and the Caribbean have raised more than $35 million to date, the group announced Monday.

Lopez and Rodriguez have secured commitments of more than $26 million from corporations.  In addition, the One Voice: Somos Live Concert and Telethon on Saturday raised more than $9 million.

“With the disasters and tragedies befalling us almost weekly, and the swirling negativity dividing our country, it was gratifying to see people of all ages, races, and backgrounds come together to support and help those in need," J-Lo said in a statement. "Alex and I were amazed by the amount of love, unity and donations that were received.  And I am personally overcome with gratitude for all the incredible artists and talent who showed up in both Los Angeles and Miami to perform, answer phones or lend their services.  While there is still much to do, we are deeply grateful for all that’s been done.  We are, and will continue to be, one voice.”

The Somos Una Voz organization is not done raising money.  Donations are still being accepted at

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Vincent PetersAs a Grammy-winning, multi-platinum superstar, Kelly Clarkson doesn't need anyone to tell her that she's an amazing singer and songwriter.  That's why she says the best compliment she gets from fans is one that doesn't involve her music at all -- instead, she says, it involves how she makes her fans feel about themselves.

Speaking to the British paper The Daily Mail, Kelly explains why she's been so open about the fact that the media has been obsessed with her weight ever since she arrived on the scene.  "I have felt conflicted over the years. Do you address it? Do you talk about it? Because then you just add to the noise," she tells the paper. "But people like me to talk about it, so I don’t really mind carrying that flag."

"I love that people come up to me and say: 'Because you are comfortable in your skin, you have made me more comfortable in mine,'” she adds. "That’s the best compliment ever."

In fact, Kelly's new album Meaning of Life features a song that's a response to all the criticism over the years: it's called "Whole Lotta Woman."  "This is who I am and I’m happy," The Mail quotes Kelly as saying at a recent showcase. "Happy looks different on everyone."

In the same interview, Kelly also discusses her feelings about the current political climate in the U.S.

"I’m for the best person to run the show and I definitely didn’t vote for this guy," she says of President Trump. "But he won, so we need to get some great people around him to make better decisions."

The American Idol alum adds, "Life has become a reality TV show, and I don’t want to be in suspense about what’s going to happen next week."

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Denise Truscello/WireImageIf you haven't seen Elton John's Las Vegas show The Million Dollar Piano yet, get your tickets now -- it's coming to an end next year.

Tickets for what will be the 14 final performances of the show, at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace, go on sale this Sunday, October 22 at 10 a.m. PT.  By the time the show closes, on May 19, 2018, Elton will have played 207 performances of The Million Dollar Piano, which began in 2011.  His previous residency show, The Red Piano, closed in 2009. 

In a statement, the president of Caesars Palace said, "For over a decade, Elton John and his band have graced the stage at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace, performing all the hits that have defined a generation. Elton John’s residency at The Colosseum has set the standard for those all that have followed."

Though the 14 final shows are going on sale Sunday, Elton also has performances scheduled through November 4, and then from February 9 through March 2.

Here are Elton's final Million Dollar Piano shows:

April 28-29 Saturday, Sunday
May 1-2 Tuesday, Wednesday
May 4-6, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
May 9 Wednesday
May 11-12 Friday, Saturday
May 15 Tuesday
May 17-19 Thursday, Friday, Saturday

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ABC/Randy HolmesJohn Mayer is celebrating his big birthday with a Big Lebowski-themed gift to himself.

The singer, who turns 40 Monday, got himself a diamond-encrusted necklace with a pendant in the likeness of The Dude, Jeff Bridges’ character in The Big Lebowski. He posted a photo of his new bling on Instagram.

“If you’re asking me if I had [jeweler Ben Baller] make me a diamond encrusted chain bearing a likeness of The Dude for my 40th birthday, then I guess my answer would have to be you’re damn right I did,” he writes. “Anxiety and worry is canceled this week.”

The jeweler posted his own photos of his handiwork, showing off the back of the pendant which is engraved with The Dude’s famous quote, “Yah, well, that’s just like, your opinion, man.”

Ben Baller writes to John, “Thank you for trusting me and letting me do my thing for your big bday gift. This is Top 3 career piece for me out of over 600 custom made pieces in a 12 year span.”

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Mert & MarcusTaylor Swift was seen in London over the weekend filming a new music video, and according to one British paper, the entire thing is a travelogue of her relationship with her boyfriend, British actor Joe Alwyn.

The Telegraph reports that Taylor filmed scenes for the clip in a North London kebab shop, in a black taxi, on an iconic red London bus driving around Piccadilly Circus and Trafalgar Square, and in Joe's local pub.  Taylor also rod a bicycle across the British capital's Millennium Bridge.

"The video shows Taylor on a night out. All of the locations are places she has been to with Joe," a source tells the Telegraph. "She has spent months quietly going under the radar in London this year and has been out a lot more than anybody realizes."

While in London, Taylor also apparently held a listening party for her new album, Reputation, for a small number of hand-picked fans. They've all been sworn to secrecy, but many raved about the new music, and showed off their special souvenirs: snake-shaped key chains with "London" engraved on the back.

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ABC/Lou RoccoAppearing Monday on ABC's Good Morning America, Pink said that her latest hit, "What About Us," is about "how government has failed us" -- but that doesn't mean she's given up hope.

Pink's new album is called Beautiful Trauma.  "Honestly, life is really traumatic no matter who you are -- for some more than others," she explained.  "But I try to hold onto the idea that there's a lot of beautiful people in the world that want great things for others."

"There's joy to be had, still, and I have to hold on to that," she added.

According to Pink, another thing that's both beautiful and traumatic is the prospect of going on tour next year with her two young children: six-year-old Willow, and baby Jameson.

"It's insane," she laughs. "My dressing room looks a lot different now, there's lots of cuddly, plush, shaggy things, but it's really fun, it's beautiful. There's beautiful moments. There's hard times and there's beautiful moments. You have to get really creative on what can be done inside of a hotel room in the winter!"

During her GMA appearance, Pink also discussed her tendency to over-share when it comes to her personal life.

"I don't know how to be any other way," she said about her candidness. "Sometimes I hear back the things I've said and I'm like 'Oooh...Wow, that's a lot!'"

One of the things Pink has been very honest about over the years is her marriage to Carey Hart.  So what does he think about the things she says about him?

"He's used to it," she laughs. "He has really thick skin and a really good sense of humor but I think a lot of the time, he's not actually listening!"

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Trae Patton/NBCOn tonight’s episode of The Voice, Adam Levine enlists Joe Jonas -- who got engaged over the weekend to Game of Thrones star Sophie Turner -- as his team’s adviser. He says working with the DNCE frontman was “a blast.”

“He’s awesome, man, and I love his new band,” Adam says of Joe. “He’s just a cool dude. I’ve just kind of known him kind of an acquaintance, but I’ve always known I have a lot in common with him.”

Joe says his admiration of Adam made him want to be an adviser on The Voice.

“I have a lot respect for Adam and his music career and watching the show and seeing how he gives advice, the singers he picks, it’s kind of been right down my alley,” he says. “I think I can give a lot to advising.”

He adds, “I can sit there with these young hopeful singers, some of which probably a little older than me, that have been doing this for a while and maybe that haven’t gotten the right advice or the right shot. And if I can help in any way, it’s an honor."

According to Adam, Joe’s experience in the business combined with his young age really benefited him as an adviser.

“He’s great and was giving the kids great advice and everyone was really stoked to see him,” Adam says. “It was a blast.”

The Voice airs tonight at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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UMe/Polydor RecordsA new compilation featuring Bryan Adams' biggest hits, along with two brand-new tunes, will be released November 3. The Ultimate Bryan Adams boasts 21 tracks, among them the Canadian rocker's chart-topping singles "Heaven," "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You," "Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?" and "All for Love," the latter a collaboration with Rod Stewart and Sting.

The album also features hits like "Cuts Like a Knife," "Run to You," "Summer of '69," "You Belong to Me," "Somebody," "Please Forgive Me," and "The Only Thing That Looks Good on Me Is You," as well as his collaboration with Tina Turner, "It's Only Love."

The new songs are titled "Please Stay" and "Ultimate Love," and both tunes were written this year, according to Bryan. 

"As a songwriter and musician you are always creating -- it's what you do," he explains. "So even though I've released an 'ultimate' collection, I'm always looking ahead. There are two new songs included…with the message that love still counts, even in uncertain times."

The Ultimate Bryan Adams is available for pre-order now.  Reserve your copy now and you'll instantly receive a free download of "Please Stay." You can also buy the track as a digital single or listen via select streaming services now.

Adams recently gave "Ultimate Love" its live debut during his set at the Invictus Games in Toronto, September 30. He was joined by Bruce Springsteen for a couple of songs at the event. You can watch videos of both performances at Bryan's official YouTube channel.

Here's the full track list of The Ultimate Bryan Adams:

"Go Down Rockin'"
"Can't Stop This Thing We Started"
"Run to You"
"Ultimate Love"*
"It's Only Love" -- with Tina Turner
"Here I Am"
"When You're Gone" -- with Melanie C
"Cloud Number Nine"
"(Everything I Do) I Do It for You"
"You Belong to Me"
"Summer of '69"
"Have You Ever Really Loved a Woman?"
"Please Forgive Me"
"Cuts Like a Knife"
"The Only Thing That Looks Good on Me Is You"
"All for Love" -- with Sting & Rod Stewart
"Back to You"
"Please Stay"*
"18 Til I Die"

* = brand-new track.

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