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Hilton heiress and socialite Paris Hilton called off things with her fiance Chris Zylka  after two years of being together. Hinting at trust issues, Paris, 37, is said to have broke up with Chris, 33 earlier in November. The couple began dating in 2017 and were engaged in early 2018, and Chris popped the question with a dazzling $2M pear shaped diamond ring on a holiday in Aspen.

The couple were initially set to be married in November 2018, but the date was pushed to 2019. Paris has not returned the ring and under the Californian law if she calls the engagement off then he gets the ring back. Chris will be asking for the ring back if Paris fails to return it soon. The American actor even had the name Paris tattooed on his arm, and the couple were last seen together in late September.

 Chris had Paris' name tattooed on his arm in a Disney font during their relationship

New York, NY November, 2018 - Songwriter and ex-Broadway singer Brooke Moriber has released the title track of her upcoming Cry Like A Girl LP, recorded in Nashville, Tennessee, with legendary producer Fred Mollin (Sheryl Crow, Vince Gill, Shawn Colvin) at the helm. The song is a powerful country-pop cut that showcases Brooke's powerhouse vocal delivery and lyrics that challenge what it means to 'cry like a girl'.

Parade Magazine gave the exclusive premiere of the track and raved about the 'high-powered Americana-infused track with an empowering message. Moriber makes a compelling case for sharing raw emotion with strong vocals and a spot-on delivery.' Popdust were also swift to jump on board, with the outlet proclaiming Brooke a “powerhouse”.

Brooke Moriber also recently announced the pre-order for the Cry Like A Girl album, with fans given the opportunity to get their hands on a selection of awesome exclusive content via Bandtwango. Cry Like A Girl is not only produced by a music industry legend but was also mixed by 5 time Grammy Winner Chris Lord-Alge (Carrie Underwood, Of Mice And Men, Bruce Springsteen). Pre-order packages include signed copies of the album, private singing lessons, a dedicated YouTube cover, and more!

Cry Like A Girl is a deeply meaningful statement for Moriber who explains, 'I named the album after that particular song because it has such a clear message that embodies the collection as a whole. It's a statement about self-discovery and the strength that comes with embracing your emotions and allowing yourself to heal and grow. Human beings are resilient and I believe music can be the best reminder of that. I hope that the journey for the listeners can be as empowering and healing as it was for me to write it.'

The album also features 'The Last Goodbye' which caught attention from No Depression, who lauded Brooke as 'a major league talent deserving a spot in the mainstream spotlight', and Celebmix who raved that "her powerful voice just blew us away the first time we heard her tracks, and she is definitely destined for success."

Watch 'The Last Goodbye'

More on Brooke Moriber:

Brooke has been lauded for her 'clarion voice' by the Associated Press and songs that are 'destined for high rotation'. A native New Yorker, Brooke began her singing career at the age of 8 by snagging a starring role on Broadway as Young Cosette in Les Miserables. No less than The New York Times has praised her acting ability as Brooke went on to star in six other legit shows as well as several roles on TV and in film. Brooke's remarkable ability to juggle her career as both a recording artist and an actor led to her sharing the stage and screen with such performers as The Gin Blossoms, Cyndi Lauper and Alan Cumming as well as singing the National Anthem for the New York Knicks.

Connect With Brooke Moriber Online:

Spotify / Instagram / Twitter / Facebook / Youtube / Website

Having Shown Her Bare Vulnerability And Strength In A Message of Solidarity to the #MeToo Movement with Her Last Single “Broken Wings”, Escobar is Unapologetically Empowered in Latest Release.

November, 2018 (Longmeadow, MA) – Following her alignment to the #MeToo movement in a message of transforming hardship into empowerment through music with “Broken Wings” - Singer/Songwriter Izzy Escobar is continuing to break down barriers with her triumphant new single and video “Warrior”!

The new single and video--which sees Escobar bounce from gentle piano playing to explosive dance crew scenes on the streets of Brooklyn--adds a unique visual component to the incredible power of the song itself.

“This song holds such a special place In my heart, and I wrote it to empower all of my fans.” Izzy says. “In this life, people will judge, and people may make you feel like you aren’t good enough, but you are unique and beautiful just as you are. We all face different hardships on a daily basis. However, going through something challenging, whatever it may be, doesn’t make you weak. It makes you a ‘warrior’.”

"I’m standing in a war zone. This is my war song. I feel like a WARRIOR"


Izzy Escobar's music is about loving one another the way we want to be loved ourselves.  And having FUN along the way! Rising from a “never ending circle of violence” from an abusive stepparent, where she was voiceless in protecting her own family members, she began channeling that pain into lyrics--and eventually songs--at a very young age. “I began to write words, and soon realized that I could synchronize the words in my diary with the tune in my head” says the Massachusetts native, whose latest singles show how far she’s come from that frightened girl to a strong, capable woman who wants to spread her message of hope and strength to those who may face their own struggles. “A few years later, as I read through that same songbook, I noticed that I had made a shift from finding my voice to helping those who couldn’t find their own”.

As she continued on her musical journey, Escobar took to not only writing and singing, but reading sheet music and studying music theory, as well as playing the violin, guitar, and piano. “I believe that to be a healthy human being, we must have an idea of who we are, and what our existence is. But the promise of a home safe from physical abuse and fear remains elusive for many millions of women and children in this country. Now an accomplished singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, she continues to channel her strengths into giving a voice to the voiceless, and helping those who face the same fate as she had in her youth.

Now, having just debuted yet another tenacious new single and video with “Warrior”, Izzy Escobar will continue to bring her talents not only as an incredible singer/songwriter but a voice for all those who have overcome struggles of their own.

Get Izzy Escobar’s “Warrior” via iTunes HERE: https://apple.co/2DQtay5
Listin via Spotify HERE: https://spoti.fi/2KiLArp

Get “Broken Wings” via iTunes HERE: https://apple.co/
Listen via Spotify HERE: https://spoti.fi/2LGl6Di

For More Information on Izzy Escobar, VISIT:  www.IzzyEscobar.com


Instagram: @Izzy.Escobar

Little Mix poses naked for new song promotion

All about empowering each other, British pop band Little Mix, which includes four female members, strip naked to promote their new single 'Strip'. Taken from their upcoming album LM5, to be released in a few days, the four ladies shed their clothes and pose strategically to conceal their modesty.

The band mates put their toned bodies on show on and embrace their flaws, celebrating women with imperfections, boosting confidence. Little Mix, which includes Leigh-Anne Pinnock, 27, Jesy Nelson, 27, Perrie Edwards, 25, and Jade Thirlwall, 25, pose naked with words scrawled on their bodies with which they were insulted in the past.

With slew words scrawled on their bodies - Leigh-Anne has 'can't sing' written across her leg, while Jesy has 'fat' scribbled onto her arm, Perrie showcases the words 'ugly' and 'weak', while Jade's body features scrawls of  'slutty', 'not good enough' and 'stretch marks' - the new single will feature self confidence boosting lyrics and will be a visually empowering treat for viewers.

Former beauty queen Olivia Culpo attended the 2018 Country Music Association Awards held in Nashville and made the attendance a chance to show off skin and curves. The 26 year old, who also attended the 2018 Revolve Awards, vowed in the alluring sheer black dress which was decked in shimmery diamantees and also had a slit to reveal even more.

Olivia went braless in her slinky creation and also went braless underneath it, wearing just a pair of high-waist black undies. The celebrity also wore matching strappy embellished heels, and opted for dangling drop earrings and a sultry exaggerated cat-eye and nude lip.


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