Credit: Danny NorthIn May, U2 announced plans to bring its Joshua Tree Tour to Australia, New Zealand and the Far East this fall, and now the Irish rock legends have added a final show to the 2019 trek: the band's first-ever concert in India.
The performance will take place on December 15 at DY Patil Stadium in Mumbai. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Thursday, October 1, at noon Indian Standard Time. Visit U2.com to find out about pre-sale opportunities.
"We're much looking forward to bringing a dash of Dublin to Mumbai, India. A country famous for its rich culture of art, music, movies, theater, literature, food and so much more," U2 bassist Adam Clayton says. "There is a lot of excitement in the U2 camp."
Adds guitarist The Edge, "We have been around the world with The Joshua Tree and we can't think of a better place to celebrate the end of this tour. Mumbai, India, we're coming for you, I hope you're ready!"
Bono and The Edge also have filmed a humorous video about the concert that's been posted on U2's official website.
In 2017, U2 mounted The Joshua Tree Tour in celebration of the classic album's 30th anniversary. The Rock & Roll Hall of Famers decided to revive the trek this year to bring it to places they didn't visit two years ago.
The tour kicks off with a November 8-9 stand in Auckland, New Zealand, and will include U2's first concerts in Japan since 2006, and its first shows ever in Singapore, the Philippines, South Korea and, as mentioned, India.
Here are all of the dates on The Joshua Tree Tour 2019:
11/8 -- Auckland, New Zealand, Mt. Smart Stadium 11/9 -- Auckland, New Zealand, Mt. Smart Stadium 11/12 -- Brisbane, Australia, SunCorp Stadium 11/15 -- Melbourne, Australia, Marvel Stadium 11/19 -- Adelaide, Australia, Adelaide Oval 11/22 -- Sydney, Australia, Sydney Cricket Ground 11/23 -- Sydney, Australia, Sydney Cricket Ground 11/27 -- Perth, Australia, Optus Stadium 11/30 -- Singapore, Singapore, National Stadium 12/1 -- Singapore, Singapore, National Stadium 12/4 -- Tokyo, Japan, Saitama Super Arena 12/5 -- Tokyo, Japan, Saitama Super Arena 12/8 -- Seoul, South Korea, Gocheok Sky Dome 12/11 -- Manila, Philippines, Philippine Arena 12/15 -- Mumbai, India, DY Patil Stadium
ABC/Randy HolmesIt looks like the next era of Maroon 5 is upon us.
After several days of teases on social media, the band has announced that Friday, they'll release a new single called "Memories." The announcement came with a photo of a hand opening a box labeled "photographs/picture albums/memories." There's also little emoji that looks like a box, with the group's stylized "M" on the side.
Meanwhile, the band's Instagram feed has been turned into an interlocking series of photo collages of the band members at various stages of their lives and careers.
It's not clear if "Memories" is a standalone single or the first release from a new project. The band has been fairly quiet musically since the release of their worldwide, record-breaking smash "Girls Like You."
If "Memories" is the first release from a new album, it'll be the follow-up to Red Pill Blues, which came out in November of 2017.
Meanwhile, the band has a show scheduled for October 25 at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, Florida, and they'll do their annual New Year's Eve blowout at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas on December 30 and 31.
In addition to Mariah, other women who'll be honored at the October 11 gala include Jennifer Aniston, legendary vocalist Chaka Khan, Oscar-winner Brie Larson, Crazy Rich Asians star Awkwafina and Dana Walden, chairman of Disney Television Studios and ABC Entertainment.
Mariah is, of course, one of the best-selling artists of all time, as well as an actress, entrepreneur, mother of two and the unofficial Queen of Christmas. She just released her new theme song for ABC's upcoming black-ish spinoff, mixed-ish, and she's gearing up for her November Las Vegas residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace.
All six honorees will appear on Variety's Power of Women cover. The issue will highlight 50 additional women in the entertainment industry who are "dedicated to making a lasting impact."
Variety editor-in-chief Claudia Eller said, "Since its inception, Variety’s Power of Women has been a celebration of female empowerment, philanthropy and the commitment to progress being made by the professionals of our industry every day."
"We are so proud that the event continues on as a beacon of positivity in these challenging times."
ABC/Rick RowellIf you've ever seen the 1986 movie Little Shop of Horrors -- based on the hit 1982 Off-Broadway musical of the same name -- you may rememberEllen Greene in the leading role of Audrey. Now there's a rumor that Lady Gaga may been offered the same role in an upcoming reboot of the film.
According to US Weekly, Warner Bros. plans to remake the film, which starred Rick Moranis as Seymour, a nerdy flower-shop employee whose life changes when he encounters a mysterious, magical plant that needs blood to survive.
A source tells US Weekly that Gaga was "offered a role" in the reboot, adding, "She's very interested to keep acting." While the source didn't specify the role, Audrey is traditionally the only main female character in Little Shop.
In the musical and in the original movie, Audrey is a slightly ditzy, sweet blonde who Seymour loves. Unfortunately, she's involved in an abusive relationship with an evil, sadistic dentist, played in the movie by Steve Martin. But after the plant -- who Seymour names Audrey II -- appears, romance blooms between him and Audrey.
Gaga's last movie role, in A Star Is Born, earned her a shelf full of awards and honors, including an Oscar nomination for acting, and an actual Oscar for Best Original Song.
ABC/Lou RoccoShortly after wrapping her epic Beautiful Trauma world tour, Pink is being honored by Billboard for her live shows.
The singer is the first female solo artist to win the Legend of Live award, Billboard’s top prize for touring and live performance. She’ll be on hand to accept the award at this year’s Billboard Live Music Summit & Awards, held on November 5 and 6 in Beverly Hills.
"Between her mesmerizing live performances, her high-flying visual acrobatics and her incredible catalog of music that includes 32 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 and three Billboard No. 1 albums, there is no artist more deserving of this award than Pink,” says Dave Brooks, Billboard’s senior director of live and touring.
The Beautiful Trauma tour grossed just over $397 million, with more than three million tickets sold in 2018 and 2019. It’s the 10th highest grossing tour in Billboard Boxscore’s history, and the biggest for a woman in over a decade.
RhinoHe's done standards. He's done rock classics. He's done soul classics. He's done Christmas songs. What's next for Rod Stewart? An orchestral album, of course.
On November 22, Sir Rod will release You're in My Heart: Rod Stewart with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, which features the classic vocal tracks of his biggest hits paired with full orchestra arrangements. There's also a brand-new song -- "Stop Loving Her Today" -- as well as a new version of the Motown duet "It Takes Two," sung with British pop superstar Robbie Williams.
The album was produced by Trevor Horn, and features orchestral versions of hits like the title track, "Maggie May," "The First Cut Is the Deepest," "Tonight's the Night (Gonna Be Alright)," "Rhythm of My Heart," "Downtown Train," "Forever Young" and Rod's hit with the Faces, "Stay with Me."
The package is available as a single CD or as a two-CD set. Both versions include the two new songs.
Meanwhile, Rod resumes his Las Vegas residency at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace tonight.
Here are the track listings:
Single CD version: "Maggie May" "It Takes Two" (with Robbie Williams) "Sailing" "Reason to Believe" "Handbags and Gladrags" "Tonight's the Night (Gonna Be Alright)" "I Don't Want to Talk About It" "The First Cut Is the Deepest" "You're in My Heart (The Final Acclaim)" "I Was Only Joking" "Young Turks" "Forever Young" "Rhythm of My Heart" "Have I Told You Lately" "Stop Loving Her Today"
Two-CD Deluxe Edition CD 1 "Maggie May" "Reason to Believe" "Handbags & Gladrags" "Sailing" "Tonight's the Night (Gonna Be Alright)" "The Killing of Georgie (Part I and II)" "I Don't Want to Talk About It" "The First Cut Is the Deepest" "You're in My Heart (The Final Acclaim)" "I Was Only Joking"
CD 2 "It Takes Two" (with Robbie Williams) "Stay with Me (with Faces)" "Young Turks" "What Am I Gonna Do (I'm So In Love with You)" "Every Beat of My Heart" "Forever Young" "Downtown Train" "Rhythm of My Heart" "Have I Told You Lately" "Tom Traubert's Blues (Waltzing Matilda)" "If We Fall In Love Tonight" "Stop Loving Her Today"
Adam Torgerson/NBCUniversalGang’s all here! On The Kelly Clarkson Show Wednesday, Kelly staged an American Idol reunion with original judges Simon Cowell, Paula Abdul and Randy Jackson, and season one runner-up Justin Guarini.
They reminisced about the show and agreed they had no idea what they were getting themselves into in the beginning. Kelly didn’t even know American Idol was a TV show until she was standing in front of the judges.
Simon, who initially thought the show would be a flop, credited Kelly for Idol’s ultimate success.
“The whole premise of this show was: We had to find a star who was going to sell records — and we found some great people that whole year — but when you delivered that moment on that first live show and when you sang that winning song at the end...it was a game-changer,” Simon said.
The song Kelly performed on that first live show, by the way, was the Motown classic "You're All I Need to Get By." And the winning song was, of course, her number one hit, "A Moment Like This."
Simon also added that he’d love to reunite with his Idol pals on a more permanent basis.
“If I had one wish, it would be to make a show with us again,” he told Paula and Randy.
Simon's currently a judge on America’s Got Talent, Paula has a Las Vegas residency and Randy hosted America’s Best Dance Crew and has appeared on The X Factor as an advisor.
Justin, meanwhile, has starred in Diet Dr. Pepper commercials, been on Broadway and has a new book called Audition Secrets.
Sony Music Entertainment Canada/Columbia RecordsAs her Courage world tour kicks off tonight in Quebec City, Celine Dion has announced details about her new album of the same name.
Courage will be out November 15 and is now available for pre-order. To get a taste of what you can expect, the Canadian diva has released three new tracks from the project: the title track, "Lying Down" -- co-written by Sia and David Guetta -- and "Imperfections," co-written by "I Like Me Better" artist Lauv.
"Imperfections" features a mid-tempo electronic beat over lyrics about owning your faults. "Lying Down" is a passionate song about moving on after a bad relationship. And the title track is an anthemic ballad in which Celine pleads, "I'm staring in the face of something new/ You're all I've got to hold on to/ So courage, don't you dare fail me now."
Earlier this year, Celine released another track from the album, "Flying on My Own, " which she sang during her final Las Vegas residency concert.
So far, there's no official track list for Courage. It's her first English-language album since 2013's Loved Me Back to Life.
Credit: David LachappelleElton John has announced plans to bring his Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour back to the New York City area in the spring of 2020. Sir Elton will do seven new concerts this April, at five different venues in and around the Big Apple.
The new dates include a trio of two-show engagements: April 6-7 at New York City's Madison Square Garden, April 10-11 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, and April 17-18 at NYCB LIVE's Nassau Coliseum in Uniondale, New York. Elton also will play the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey on April 15.
Tickets for the new shows will go on sale to the general public on Friday, September 27, at 10 a.m. ET. A variety of pre-sales also will be available, including an offer for American Express Card members starting this Thursday, September 19, at 10 a.m. ET.
A Ticketmaster Verified Fan pre-sale for members of Elton's Rocket Club that begins this Tuesday, September 24, at 10 a.m. In addition, a limited number of VIP Packages also will be available starting Thursday, September 19.
Earlier this month, Elton launched the latest North American leg of his Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour, which runs through a November 16 concert in Uniondale, New York -- at the same venue he's returning to in April. He then heads Down Under for a lengthy series of shows in Australia and New Zealand, running from late November to early March 2020.
The Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour kicked off in September 2018 and is expected to run for three years.
ABC/Eric McCandlessDuring an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show Wednesday, Katy Perry discussed her newfound friendship with Taylor Swift and how her relationship with Orlando Bloom has “matured” her.
When talking about Orlando, Katy gushed that he is “such an encouragement, spiritually, emotionally and physically.”
“I do not care to work out and he’s like, ‘Let’s go work out! Let’s go and do hot yoga!’” she said. “That’s kind of our love language...like, all things spiritual and working out and his son, who is 8 years old.”
Katy said helping to take care of Orlando's son Flynn has her getting up early and going to bed by 10 p.m.
“I guess this has definitely matured me,” she said.
In another example of maturity, Katy told Ellen that by reconciling with Taylor, she hoped to set an example for their younger fans.
“We made amends and I’m all about redemption and forgiveness and for setting an example for those younger people that it could be cool to ask for forgiveness and to confront someone you may have an issue with or problem with and to talk it out,” she said.
Meanwhile, in Taylor’s new Rolling Stonecover story, she talked about how, during the reconciliation process, she and Katy analyzed their astrological signs to try to understand each other better.
"We were talking about how we’ve had miscommunications with people in the past, not even specifically with each other," Taylor explains. "She’s like, ‘I’m a Scorpio. Scorpios just strike when they feel threatened.’"
"And I was like, ‘Well, I’m an archer [Sagittarius]. We literally stand back, assess the situation, process how we feel about it, raise a bow, pull it back, and fire,'" Taylor continued. "So it’s completely different ways of processing pain, confusion, misconception.”
Erik Madigan Heck for Rolling StoneIf the interviews Taylor Swift has done so far to promote her new album Lover weren't enough for you, just read her new cover story in Rolling Stone. She talks about everything in detail, including Katy Perry, her feud with Scooter Braun, the squad, what really happened with Kanye West, politics and even her personal life....a little.
Asked if she'll start writing songs about things other than her personal life now that it seems less dramatic, Taylor tells Rolling Stone, "I don’t feel like that yet. I think I might feel like that possibly when I have a family. If I have a family."
Then she exclaims, "I don’t know why I said that! But that’s what I’ve heard from other artists...But again, I don’t know why I said that. Because I don’t know how my life is going to go or what I’m going to do."
Regarding her feud with Braun, who got control of her masters when he bought her old record company from Scott Borchetta, Taylor says Borchetta betrayed her, treating her like "his prized calf that he was fattening up to sell to the slaughterhouse that would pay the most.'”
"The fact that those two are in business together after the things he said about Scooter Braun — it’s really hard to shock me. And this was utterly shocking," she continues.
"These are two very rich, very powerful men, using $300 million of other people’s money to purchase, like, the most feminine body of work. And then they’re standing in a wood-panel bar doing a tacky photo shoot, raising a glass of scotch to themselves."
The infamous Kanye phone call? Taylor says for awhile, she and Kanye were getting along well -- she thought. Then came the 2015 VMAs. Kanye asked her to present him with the Vanguard Award, and then dissed her onstage. Taylor was furious: "I realized he is so two-faced. That he wants to be nice to me behind the scenes, but then he wants to look cool, get up in front of everyone and talk s***."
But afterwards, he apologized, and gave her a heads up about the "I feel like Taylor and I might still have sex" line in "Famous," which she appreciated.
Taylor says, "I was like, 'OK, good. We’re back on good terms.' And then when I heard the song" -- in which he called her a 'b***'" -- I was like, “I’m done with this. If you want to be on bad terms, let’s be on bad terms, but just be real about it.'”
And a few more highlights:
--Taylor voted for Obama twice.
--The artist whose songwriting influenced her "maybe more than anyone else" is Fall Out Boy.
--On Game of Thrones: "I specifically really related to Daenerys’ storyline because for me it portrayed that it is a lot easier for a woman to attain power than to maintain it."
--On the anger over her squad: "I never would have imagined that people would have thought, 'This is a clique that wouldn’t have accepted me if I wanted to be in it.' Holy s***, that hit me like a ton of bricks."
L-R: Mariah Carey, 'mixed-ish' creator Kenya Barris, 'black-ish' star Tracee Ellis Ross; ABC/Image Group LAThe highly anticipated theme song to the new black-ish spinoff series, mixed-ish, is finally here.
The song "In The Mix" was written, produced, and performed by Mariah Carey. It also features vocals from her eight-year-old twins, Moroccan and Monroe, who chant "yay us" and laugh throughout the song.
Fans of Carey's Daydream era will also adore the serious throwback vibes in the official mixed-ish theme song.
The multiplatinum artist debuted "In The Mix" at ABC's “Embrace Your Ish” premiere event on Tuesday at Goya Studios. The event featured screenings of the new seriesand black-ish, along with a sizzle recap of the second season of grown-ish.
Show creator and executive producer Kenya Barris welcomed Carey to the stage to discuss the meaning behind the theme song and the importance of including mixed-race families on television.
mixed-ish will explore the backstory of black-ish character Rainbow Johnson, played by Tracee Ellis Ross, and will follow her journey growing up in a mixed household in the suburbs during the 80s -- and her struggles in a school where her classmates don't perceive her as black or white.
mixed-ish premieres Tuesday, September 24, on ABC at 9 p.m. ET.
The show -- based on the hit 2006 film starring Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway -- will debut next summer in Chicago at the James M. Nederlander Theatre. The musical's pre-Broadway run will take place from July 14 through August 17.
Elton is composing is the music for the show, with Shaina Taub working as the lyricist. The musical's director is Tony-winner Anna D. Shapiro, who is the artistic director of Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre Company.
Lead producer Kevin McCollum tells the Chicago Tribune that it was "important" to Shapiro that the show premiere in Chicago. Devil Wears Prada is expected to hit Broadway during the 2020-21 season, though McCollum declined to specify an exact date. The cast has yet to be fully determined.
Elton's past Broadway successes include Billy Elliot, The Lion King and Aida.
The Devil Wears Prada, which started life as a 2003 novel by Lauren Weisberger, follows aspiring journalist Andrea "Andy" Sachs, who takes a job at a Vogue-like fashion magazine as assistant to a demanding editor-in-chief, Miranda Priestley.
Meanwhile, Elton's blockbuster farewell tour continues tonight at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington.
Alix MalkaWednesday night in Quebec City, in her native Canada, Céline Dion kicks off her Courage world tour, in support of her upcoming album of the same name. The fashionable diva says right now, her courage comes from the memory of her late husband René, who died in 2016.
Speaking to Entertainment Tonight, Céline says, "I still feel today I have been the luckiest woman in the world...because I have dated the best man in the world: the father of my children. And every day, I still see him, because my three children...they look so much like him, and do so many things just like him...he was a very exceptional man."
She adds, "René is with me all the time and that's why I find the courage. That's why I am strong and that's why I'm finding, with time, even more strength -- because as single mom, I have to teach my kids independence...it's extremely important to be independent in life."
But even though René is still a presence in her life, Céline hasn't sworn off dating or love.
"Am I going to love again?...Am I going to have a partner in my life?" she asks. "If I do, I will share it and it would be a pleasure to share it. It's a chapter that's closed, but it's not something that's dead. You evolve and maybe sometimes, you meet a friend and it turns...into something bigger than that. Who knows?"
The Courage world tour is scheduled to run all the way through April of 2020 -- with just a couple weeks off in December.
Joseph CulticeAfter making his festival debut at last weekend’s KAABOO Del Mar in California, American Idol winner Laine Hardy is ready to take his show on the road.
The singer has announced a fall headlining tour, set to kick off November 14 in Milwaukee. He’ll hit cities including Chicago, Sacramento and Denver, before wrapping December 7 in Minneapolis. Tickets go on sale this Friday, September 20.
“This is the moment I’ve been working toward…going out on my own tour!” Laine says in a statement. “I can’t wait to share the new songs I’ve been working on.”
In addition to the tour dates, he also has a homecoming show on September 28 at North Park in Denham Springs, Louisiana, as well as a show supporting country star Toby Keith in Charleston, SC on October 5 and one with country star Jimmie Allen in Nashville, TN on October 24.
Here is the list of fall headlining dates:
11/14 -- Milwaukee, WI - The Rave II 11/15 -- pringfield, IL - Boondocks 11/16 -- Indianapolis, IN - 8 Seconds Saloon 11/17 -- Lexington, KY - Manchester Music Hall 11/20 -- Chicago, IL - Joe’s Live 11/22 -- Warrendale (Pittsburgh), PA - Jergels 11/23 -- Rootstown (Akron), OH - Dusty Armadillo 11/24 -- Annapolis, MD - Rams Head On Stage 11/30 -- Big Bear Lake, CA - The Cave Big Bear 12/1 -- Sacramento, CA - Ace of Spades 12/5 -- Denver, CO - Summit 12/6 -- Lincoln, NE - Bourbon Theatre 12/7 -- Minneapolis, MN - The Barn at Cowboy Jacks
Last month, Ellie Goulding married her longtime boyfriend Caspar Jopling in England, in front of famous pals including Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom. Now, Katy's shared a photo of the festivities, giving fans a look at one of the three reception dresses Ellie wore on her big day.
"Love looks so good on you Elena Jopling," Katy captioned the black-and-white photo, using Ellie's legal name; apparently, she's taken her husband's surname.
In the photo, Katy poses with Ellie, who's wearing a white gown with beaded bodice and embellished draped sleeves and a tiara, and is clutching a bouquet. According to People, she wore two other outfits during the reception at a stately home in Yorkshire, England.
After a honeymoon in a tropical paradise, Ellie is now back at work. On Tuesday, she posted a series of Instagram videos of herself playing piano and guitar in the studio, which she called her "favorite place."
Kevin Mazur/WireImageBefore the official release of her Haus Laboratories line of cosmetics, Lady Gaga offered pre-sales of makeup kits that included several items, including lip gloss, lip liner and shimmer. But now that the full line is officially available, fans have discovered that there are three additional items that we didn't know about.
As Refinery29 reports, Haus Laboratories is also selling "Liquid Eye-Lie-Ner," a matte black waterproof eyeliner with a felt tip that the star's makeup artist Sarah Tanno says is also "Gaga-proof." That means it actually lasted through one of her concerts, so you know it'll stay on.
There's also the Eye Armor Kit, which helps you create the perfect eyeliner look thanks to the Liquid Eye-Lie-Ner plus 10 pairs of stickers, which you stick on the outer corner of your eye and use to mimic a flawless cat-eye or wing.
But the most unusual product is definitely the Armor Masque No. 1, a mask-shaped eye decal that looks just like the one Gaga wore during the 2017 Super Bowl Halftime Show, except without the crystal beads.
"It was important to Gaga to not only bring [that look] to the consumer but make it something that could be done quickly," says Tanno. It comes in four pieces so you can customize it to your eye and face shape, or wear the top and bottom separately. You can also reuse it multiple times -- and if the sticky wears off, just use eyelash glue.
All the products are now available via Amazon, where you'll also find videos explaining how to use all this stuff.
Photo by Frank Ockenfels IIIPaul Simon will be presented with the prestigious Great Americans Medal by The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, September 18.
The legendary singer/songwriter will receive the honor at the museum as part of the Great Americans Award Program event, which will also feature a conversation between Simon and David M. Rubenstein, chair of The Smithsonian's Board of Regents.
Simon is being honored with the medal in recognition of his musical contributions and his charity work.
"For more than half a century, Paul Simon has been one of the music world's most talented songwriters, recording artists and live performers. He has also been one of the music world's most committed philanthropists," says Rubenstein.
Paul is the sixth recipient of the Great Americans Medal, which salutes people who have made "lifetime contributions embodying American ideas and ideals."
Previous honorees include stateswoman Madeleine K. Albright, General Colin Powell, news anchor Tom Brokaw, baseball great Cal Ripken Jr. and tennis legend Billie Jean King.
Rockabye BabyIt’s “Teenage Dream” for your newborn’s bedtime: Katy Perry’s catalog of hits is getting the lullaby treatment.
Rockabye Baby!’s Lullaby Renditions of Katy Perry features soothing instrumental renditions of songs including “California Gurls,” “Firework,” “I Kissed a Girl,” “Roar” and “Part of Me.”
“For all of Katy Perry’s whimsy, humor, talent, and colorfulness, she also has a grit and a knowing that only comes with being a woman and making it to the top in the music industry,” Rockabye founder Lisa Roth tells Billboard. “It’s rarified air where female artists of her stature live. I have the utmost respect and regard. Just wow.”
The album will be released on October 25, which just so happens to be Katy's 35th birthday.
Here is the track list:
"California Gurls" "Roar" "I Kissed a Girl" "Hot N Cold" "Dark Horse" "Swish Swish" "Waking up in Vegas" "Part of Me" "Chained to the Rhythm" "Firework" "Teenage Dream" "Unconditionally"
iStock/FabioBalbiAdele may be moving on from her soon-to-be-ex-husband Simon Konecki, but she’s not moving that far.
According to U.K.’s The Sun, the singer’s new Beverly Hills pad is located just across the street from where Simon is currently living. It’s a convenient location, considering the two are sharing custody of their six-year-old son, Angelo.
Adele reportedly bought the mansion for around $13 million. It has five bedrooms, six bathrooms, a large office, an art studio, a crafts room, a library and a gym. The house is also in the same neighborhood as Adele's pals Jennifer Lawrence and Mila Kunis, as well as fellow pop star Katy Perry.
Adele and Simon announced their split in April. They had been together for eight years, but married since 2016. Adele officially filed for divorce last Thursday.