"The Voice" recap: Battles begin with Miley Cyrus winning a two-way battle to steal one of Adam Levine’s artists

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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Cher does ABBA: joins cast of "Mamma Mia!" sequel

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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Keith Urban surprises fans with an intimate, free show Monday night in Nashville

ABC RadioKeith Urban kicked off an impromptu Monday night show at Nashville’s The Basement with a rocking version of Dave Edmund’s 1970 classic “I Hear You Knocking.” Earlier in the day, the Australian superstar had hinted he was feeling like playing a surprise show, before tweeting out the details several hours later.   

“I miss playing,” he told the capacity crowd at the intimate venue off 8th Avenue South. “We’re not touring right now. I miss gigging. So we called… and said, ‘Can we come and plug in?’ And they said, ‘Sure.’”

The CMA Entertainer of the Year contender continued his solo acoustic concert with his hits “Day Go By” and “Raining on Sunday,” before bringing his band out for “Long Hot Summer” and “You Look Good in My Shirt.” Along the way, he threw in his group The Ranch’s debut single, “Walkin’ the Country.”

“It’s been a crazy month, really. Just insane,” he said to the audience. “And literally while I was driving here tonight, I was talking to a friend of mine who is going out to be a part of Tom Petty’s memorial tonight for family.”

“We were both talking about the fact that we are both just going to be of service and be a part of something tonight,” Keith continued. “And I just wanted to play music so we can remember what it’s like to be alive, to celebrate and to be together and enjoy this beautiful, precious life.”

From there, Keith’s free concert rolled on with signature tunes like “Break on Me,” “Somewhere in My Car,” “Good Thing” and “Blue Ain’t Your Color” as well as the Ripcord cut, “Gone Tomorrow, Here Today.”

He also covered Mike Posner’s “I Took a Pill in Ibiza” and Steve Miller Band’s “The Joker,” and sang “Happy Birthday” to a fan as well.  

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Nashville notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/Thinkstock Kacey Musgraves tied the knot with singer/songwriter Ruston Kelly this weekend in Tennessee. The two have been engaged since last Christmas Eve.

Look for Dolly Parton on The Chew on Tuesday. You can catch the show at 1 p.m. ET on ABC.

Garth Brooks has broken his previous record in Lincoln, Nebraska, selling nearly 67,000 tickets to his five shows that run October 20-22 at Pinnacle Bank Arena.

Brad Paisley’s new single from his Love and War album will be the track “Heaven South.”

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Tom Petty reportedly honored by friends and family at private ceremony

Andrew Chin/Getty Images for ABATom Petty apparently was honored by family and friends at a private ceremony on Monday.

Petty's daughter, Los Angeles artist AnnaKim Violette, shared images on Instagram that appeared to be from the ceremony including one of the Golden Lotus Archway at the Self-Realization Fellowship Lake Shrine in Pacific Palisades, California, where George Harrison's funeral was held in 2001.

She also shared an image showing a black-and-white photo of Petty above a vase of flowers. "The dark of the sun we will stand together," she wrote.

According to the Shrine's website, the Lake Shrine Temple grounds were closed to the public Monday.

Violette also posted a picture of herself posing with a photo of her father writing, "This is very hard for me."

Petty died October 2 at 66.

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From standing ovations to embarrassing moments, Chris Young caps a decade of memories with Opry membership

RCAJust days before the release of his new album, Losing SleepChris Young marks a career milestone tonight in Nashville, as he’s officially inducted as a member of the Grand Ole Opry.

For the Murfreesboro, Tennessee native, it’s the pinnacle of more than a decade of Opry memories.

“I think it was Jean Shephard one time that asked me to do… one more song,” Chris remembers, recalling the late Opry pioneer. “The Opry band had not played with me enough for me to know, off the top of my head… something that I was 100-percent certain that they were gonna know and I was gonna nail. [I] did [an] acoustic [version of] 'Begging to You' by Marty Robbins, and that was the only time, honest-to-God, everybody in the room was standing up. It was just a cool moment, and it's something that I'll always remember.”

Chris admits he’s had his share of humorous moments on the Opry stage too, particularly one involving a Cajun country music legend.

“Probably the funniest thing that happened to me at the Opry was Jimmy C. Newman loaned me a guitar strap one time, and I didn't check it before I went onstage,” Chris explains. “And it looked like I was playing a mandolin… But seriously, it's been something that I've been lucky... I signed my record deal eleven years ago, and the Opry has let me play so many times.”

Brad PaisleyDustin LynchTracy Lawrence and Chris’s “Think of You” duet partner Cassadee Pope are all set to play Tuesday night’s Opry. Chris’s new album, which takes its title from his latest top-20 hit, “Losing Sleep,” comes out on Friday.

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Jennifer Lopez-headed disaster relief efforts raise $36 million

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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Demi Lovato's YouTube documentary premieres today: "People think they know a lot about me"

ABC/Paula LoboDemi Lovato's YouTube documentary, Simply Complicated, arrives today, and the singer promises that even though you may believe you know all there is to know about her, the film will still teach you a thing or two.

"People think they know a lot about me, and they do," she tells ABC Radio. "But for the most part they don't know where I'm at in my life today, and they don't know what it's like being a single adult, navigating my life on my own."

Demi's spent most of her life in the spotlight, and has been very open and candid about her personal struggles over the years. That's covered in the documentary, of course, but you'll also find out about everything that the singer's been up to in recent years, including what went into her new album, Tell Me You Love Me.

"You get to see the making of the album which is really cool," Demi says, adding, "I touch on some issues that I've talked about before but how I relate to them today.  And you get to see some of my philanthropic work, which is really cool."

But will the documentary also address a specific topic which Demi hinted at a few months ago? During an interview with the gay website PrideSource, she was invited to directly address her sexuality, but she declined, saying fans should "watch my documentary." In it, she said, "I answer a lot of questions."

When PrideSource asked her if some of those questions she answers are about her sexuality, she replied, "Yeah, some about that. Because if ever I want to talk about it, I want it to be on my own terms."

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Kelly Clarkson's "best compliment ever" has nothing to do with her voice or music

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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"Soul Man" Sam Moore says new album, "An American Patriot," "is the finest work I've ever done"

Bullseye Music/WTF Music VenturesSoul legend Sam Moore recently released a new studio album titled An American Patriot, which celebrates his love of the U.S. Partly inspired by the rousing rendition of "American the Beautiful" that Moore performed at President Trump's inauguration in January, the album features a selection of patriotic standards, some new tunes and covers of Marvin Gaye's "What's Going On" and John Lennon's "Imagine."

While Moore has recorded arguably some of the most memorable soul tunes in pop-music history, he tells ABC Radio that the new album "is the finest work I think I've ever done."

Moore says the driving force behind the album was his producer, Rudy Perez, who, along with Sam's wife/manager Joy, chose most of the songs on An American Patriot. The "Soul Man" admits that he initially was skeptical about some of the songs Perez suggested, but he soon learned to trust the producer's judgment.

"[Rudy is the] first person I know that tells me, 'I know your voice better than you,'" Sam reports, adding that he thinks Perez is a "genius."

Moore says that concept behind the album was, at this divisive time in U.S. history, to encourage people from both sides of the political spectrum to overcome their differences and celebrate the country. Sam maintains that that's why he decided to record "What's Going On."

"It fits well today, the way we feel and we treat each other," Moore maintains. "I've never in my life seen so much hatred because of you disagree with me about...nothing!...It's stupid, and if you listen to the words of this thing, man, it tells you, 'Come on, what's going on? Stop this.'"

To find out more about the album, visit

Here is the full track list of the record:

"America the Beautiful"
"The Battle Hymn of the Republic"
"Show for You" (2017 Warrior Games Anthem -- Long Version)
"God Bless the U.S.A."
"The Star-Spangled Banner"
"Peace Please"
"God Bless America"
"Land of the Free"
"What's Going On"
"Lift Every Voice"

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Heart's Ann Wilson, ex-Allman Brothers members to perform at Warren Haynes' 2017 Christmas Jam

Courtesy of Christmas JamEx-Allman Brothers Band guitarist Warren Haynes has unveiled details of the 29th annual edition of his star-studded Christmas Jam benefit concert, scheduled for December 9 at U.S. Cellular Center in Asheville, North Carolina. This year's show will include a special appearance by Heart frontwoman Ann Wilson, who'll join Haynes' band Gov't Mule for a portion of their set.

This will mark the first time Wilson will perform at a Christmas Jam. In August, she teamed up with Gov't Mule for a special performance at the Lockn' Festival in Arrington, Virginia.

The lineup for the 2017 Christmas Jam also features Les Bros., which includes founding Allman Brothers Band drummer Jaimoe and other Allmans alumni; Phish's Trey Anastasio and his side group Classic TAB; The Avett Brothers; Blackberry Smoke; and more.

The concert, which is expected to run for over seven hours, will benefit the event's longtime beneficiary: the Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity charity. Tickets go on sale to the general public on Thursday October 26, while pre-sale tickets and VIP packages will be available starting this Thursday, October 19.

In conjunction with the main Christmas Jam show, a number of related events will be held in Asheville around the date of the benefit concert. "Xmas Jam by Day" gigs will take place at the Asheville Music Hall and that venue's affiliated club, The One Stop, while an art and photography show will be hosted by a local gallery.

In addition, the annual "Before the Jam, Lend a Hand" event will bring fans, artists and staff members together to help build houses funded by money raised by the Christmas Jam.

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Keyshia Ka'Oir dishes on her upcoming nuptials to Gucci: "We're not doing anything for social media"

Courtesy of BETTonight, fitness model and beauty entrepreneur Keyshia Ka'Oir [keesha kay-ORR] will tie the knot with her longtime boyfriend Gucci Mane in a BET live special called Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’Oir: The Mane Event.  

The special's the first installment of docu-series about the couple's romance.  But Ka'Oir, who first met the rapper on a video set in 2010, says she doubts married life will change their relationship.

"Nothing will change because -- it's kind of like, ever since he got out of prison this last time, we're inseparable," Ka'Oir tells ABC Radio, referring to the two-year period from 2014-2016 that Gucci spent behind bars on weapons charges.

"So, I can't see it being anything different from what we have now," she adds. 

"Like, we don't go over a couple of days of seeing each other. If I have to get on a plane -- or sometimes if he has a day off, he comes home."

While the cameras may be front and center during their wedding extravaganza, Ka'Oir makes it clear that the series won't document everything. Instead, it will highlight their "everyday lives."

"We've had the worst part of our relationship already, so now we're just enjoying our moment and enjoying each other and just living free," Ka'Oir explains. 

"We're not doing anything for social media or for the fans... we're just living our everyday lives. Some of it we might share with them and some we don't." 

Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’Oir: The Mane Event premieres tonight at 10 p.m. ET. on BET. 

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Avenged Sevenfold's M. Shadows reflects on "The Stage" surprise release: "It was horrible for the casual fan"

Credit: Jeff ForneyEarlier this month, Avenged Sevenfold announced that a deluxe version of their album The Stage, featuring a host of covers and live tracks, will arrive on December 15. That's a whole lot more notice than the band gave us for the original release of The Stage, which arrived by surprise overnight last October.

Reflecting on the surprise release strategy a year later, frontman M. Shadows feels that his band "definitely dropped the ball in terms of the casual fan."

"Do I think it was a good strategy for the casual fan? No, it was horrible for the casual fan," Shadows tells ABC Radio. "Most casual fans don't even know about it, or they've written it off as...'Why would you release a record secretly? It must not be good.' And we weren't expecting that at all."

The Stage debuted at number four on the Billboard 200 with 72,000 copies sold -- not exactly the barnstorming numbers A7X was hoping for, but still solid for a rock band in 2016. And while they might not have converted any casual fans, Shadows was happy to see that The Stage really connected with the hardcore Avenged Sevenfold follower.

"I haven't seen a more excited core group of fans...ever," Shadows remembers of The Stage release week. "So I think in terms of solidifying our core fan base, like, the fans that really are engaged with Avenged Sevenfold, it couldn't have been better for them."

Still, Shadows probably wouldn't do the surprise release over again.

"If we were to do it over, I would've tried to do something that encompasses the casual fan that's not living and breathing what bands like us are doing," he says. 

Avenged Sevenfold will launch a North American tour in support of The Stage in January.

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"Hit me up!": Gospel artist Tye Tribbett wants to perform with Chris Brown

ABC RadioTye Tribbett's fans are very familiar with his mixture of gospel songs and trap music, but they might not know that his dream collaborator is none other than Chris Brown.   

As Tye tells ABC Radio, "The energy, honestly, of Chris Brown, his energy onstage...I don't know anyone who's matching him right now."

"I like Bruno Mars' presentation overall, like how his band is included as well. I like that," Tye adds. 

"But Chris' energy, period? Oh, I would love to do just one song with him. So Chris, hit me up!"

It's no wonder Tribbett would want to collaborate with a guy who puts on a great show.   

As he tells ABC Radio, "My forte is live performance. It's not like I'm a studio guy who has to adjust to the stage and I need a choreographer, 'Tell me what to do and what do I sing?' No. That's my world." 

"First of all, church boy. So I know how to do, 'Come on! Clap your hands! Whatcha doing?' It's just in my blood," he adds. 

"So, when I'm on the stage, that's when I'm most engaged, and each city, each audience gets a different experience, based on what I sense in the building. That's what I like about touring."

Tye Tribbett's latest album, The Bloody Win (Live) is out now. 

For more info on future live performances, check out his website,   

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Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers' "Greatest Hits" is #2 on the "Billboard" 200 for second straight week

Geffen RecordsWhen it comes to the Billboard 200 chart, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers' 1993 Greatest Hits compilation won't back down. Following Petty's untimely death on October 2, the album re-entered the chart last week at #2, and holds steady in that position on this week's tally.

The compilation sold 47,000 units during the past week. Topping the latest Billboard 200 is rapper NF's Perception, which moved 55,000 units.

Prior to Tom's death, the highest that Petty & the Heartbreakers' Greatest Hits had reached on the Billboard 200 was number five, back in 1994. The record is Petty's most successful album of all time, having sold more than 12 million copies in the U.S.

Petty died after suffering a heart attack. He was 66.

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Dierks Bentley rocks the block in Austin, Texas Tuesday on "Good Morning America"

ABC/Todd WawrychukIt’s never too early for a party, and Dierks Bentley aims to prove it Tuesday morning on Good Morning America!

The Arizona native starts the day by playing a show for the winner of GMA’s Summer Block Party contest, live from Austin, Texas. Dierks will kick things off starting at 7 a.m. Tuesday on ABC.

It’s an exciting week for the CMA Male Vocalist of the Year nominee. On Friday, the film Only the Brave opens; it features the first song Dierks has ever written for a motion picture: the emotional track “Hold the Light.”

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Jake Owen's Black Friday deal: Eleven years of "Greatest Hits"

RCAJake Owen is hoping you’ll do a little shopping on Black Friday -- specifically, that you'll pick up his new Greatest Hits album, which comes out the day after Thanksgiving.

In addition to six number-ones, the 13-track collection also includes two new songs -- “Subliminal Love” and “Long as You’re in It” -- which were both co-written by Jake.

Here’s the complete track listing for Jake Owen’s Greatest Hits, which spans the Florida native’s five studio albums since 2006:

“Yee Haw”
“Don’t Think I Can’t Love You”
“Eight Second Ride”
“Barefoot Blue Jean Night”
“Alone with You”
“The One That Got Away”
“Anywhere with You”
“Days of Gold”
“What We Ain’t Got”
“American Country Love Song”
“Subliminal Love”
“Long as You’re in It”

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Marilyn Manson scores top 10 debut with "Heaven Upside Down"

Loma Vista RecordingsMarilyn Manson has another top 10 album on his hands. The shock-rocker's new effort Heaven Upside Down arrives at number eight on this week's Billboard 200 with a total of 35,000 equivalent album units sold.

Heaven Upside Down gives Manson a total of eight top 10 albums on the Billboard 200. He's also topped the chart twice: once with 1998's Mechanical Animals and again with 2003's The Golden Age of Grotesque.

Manson is currently recovering after a large gun-shaped prop fell on him during a show in New York City September 30. With his leg in a cast, the musician rescheduled his October tour dates for next January and February. He's scheduled to return to the stage November 5 to play Ozzfest Meets Knotfest.

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Prophets of Rage show solidarity with kneeling NFL players in "Strength in Numbers" video 

ABC/Randy HolmesProphets of Rage have shared the video for "Strength in Numbers," a track from the rap-rock supergroup's self-titled debut album. The clip is streaming now via the band's Facebook.

In the video, the Prophets show their support for the NFL players who kneel during the national anthem in protest of police brutality and racial inequality -- a movement started by former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

"ALMOST anything can be built or toppled with a collective force," says vocalist Chuck D. "A movement is never about an individual. On the opposition [to] Colin Kaepernick in today's sports world, we ask 'is it the KNEE or is it The NEGRO?'"

The video also includes nature footage of animals working together overcome obstacles, exemplifying the phrase "Strength in Numbers."

Prophets of Rage will play the Voodoo and Ozzfest festivals later this fall, and they'll launch a European tour in November.

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La'Porsha Renae debuts music video for "Already All Ready"

Jason ClarkNot long after releasing the lyric video for her song "Already All Ready," La'Porsha Renae is share the official music video for the track. 

The Keoni Marcelo-directed visual features the former American Idol contestant dancing and strutting her stuff during a pep rally at her rival high school in Magnolia, Misssissippi.

She tells Billboard, "I shot this type of video because I wanted to show children that their dreams are attainable."

"They are special and their uniqueness should be nurtured into something amazing!"  

"Already All Ready"is the title track from her debut album, Already All Ready, out now.  

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