Jazmine Sullivan Strikes a Pose in Her New Video "Masterpiece"

Jazmine Sullivan (Photo by Guy Aroch)Grammy nominated singer, Jazmine Sullivan, has teamed up with Refinery 29 and BKSTG to create a video for her song "Masterpiece."

The song, which promotes the message of self love, was released as part of Jazmine's 2015 album, Reality Show.

In the new video, Jazmine poses in front of an art class as the model for the day.

The songstress spoke about her experience in an interview with Refinery 29, saying, ""I’m always nervous when it comes to being filmed... I have my own insecurities, like every other woman, but I felt that it was necessary to show [myself] in this way and to show the curvy woman’s body in this way, [in order] for it to be celebrated."

Sullivan is currently on tour promoting Reality Show. Her new video, Masterpiece is out and available on Youtube.

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British Gardeners Dig “Uptown Funk” 

RCA RecordsBritish gardeners are really digging “Uptown Funk.” According to U.K.’s The Mirror, research by the discount chain Poundland found that the Bruno Mars/Mark Ronson tune is the number one song Brits listen to while gardening.

Green thumbs are also pressing play for Adele’s “Hello,” which comes in at number four on the list. Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off” ranks number six and Ellie’s Goulding’s “Love Me Like You Do” rounds out the top 10.

The ranking was compiled to mark the launch of a new line of gardening supplies from Charlie Dimmock, a gardening expert and English TV personality.

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Find Out How Nick Jonas Maintains His Hot Bod

Randall SlavinIf you’ve seen the revealing video for his new single “Close,” you know Nick Jonas has been keeping his body in great shape. This summer, he’ll have a new workout buddy: his Future Now tour mate, Demi Lovato.

"Demi is killing it right now with her fitness game. She looks amazing," he tells E! News. "I think we're going to get a trainer and have someone out on the road with us. But also, every night on stage is a workout.”

When he’s not on the road, he says he tries to work out at least three times a week and typically trains at Heart & Hustle in West Hollywood. On cardio day, he says he dons a “sauna suit under layers of sweat suits to get cut up a bit” and does “weight training.” Nick adds, “I do a circuit of high heart rate exercises and building muscle."

It’s enough to make you work up a sweat just thinking about it.

Nick and Demi’s Honda Civic Tour: Future Now will kick off June 24 in Sunrise, Florida.

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On "True Colors," Kesha Returns with Zedd's Help: "I've Escaped My Capture & I Have No Master"

Interscope/Kemosabe/RCAKesha joined Zedd on stage at Coachella earlier this month for a surprise performance of his song "True Colors."  Now the song is finally available to download.  Listening to the lyrics, it's easy to see why Kesha likes the song.

"I've escaped my capture/And I have no master," she sings. "And somehow, it's like I've waited all my life/One page at a time/I'll show you my true colors/And no, I won't apologize for the fire in my eyes/Let you show you my true colors/It's ain't your rainbow."

As previously reported, Kesha has been embroiled in a legal battle in which she's asking to be released from her recording contract with producer Dr. Luke’s Kemosabe Records, owned by Sony. She's accused him of "sexually, physically, verbally and emotionally" abusing her for years. Dr. Luke has emphatically denied the allegations.  A judge denied a preliminary injunction that would have allowed Kesha to terminate her contract with Sony, but Luke's Kemosabe gave them permission to release the song.

In a statement, Kesha says, "It's such a blessing that Zedd has given me this opportunity to record his song 'True Colors.' This song’s message spoke to me so deeply that I knew I had to find my own interpretation and record it, to spread  the beautiful message of personal empowerment."

She adds, "It gives me hope that I will someday soon be able to release my own album. Until then, let's all celebrate our own truth."

As for Zedd, he says, "'True Colors' is an extremely meaningful song to me and when I learned the song also spoke to Kesha it became even more special and took on new meaning...I'm unbelievably excited to share this emotional collaboration with the world. This is more than just a song."

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Listen to Calvin Harris & Rihanna's New Single Now: "This Is What You Came For" 

Columbia RecordsSuch is the scruinty of Taylor Swift's personal life that her boyfriend's new single will no doubt be picked apart by fans wondering if it's about her.

Taylor's sweetie, Calvin Harris, and Rihanna have teamed up for their first collaboration in five years: "This Is What You Came For." It's now available to download and stream.  The two previously worked together on the 2011 worldwide smash "We Found Love."

“Baby, this is what you came for/Lightning strikes every time she moves/And everybody’s watching her/But she’s looking at you,” Rihanna sings on the pop/EDM track.

Calvin and Rihanna performed "We Found Love" together onstage at Coachella earlier this month, where he was the first DJ ever to be billed as a premier headliner at the festival.  As previously reported, Taylor dropped hints a week ago at Coachella about the new collab when she posted a photo of herself on Instagram sporting a jacket emblazoned with the single’s lightning bolt artwork.

It's not clear if this single is a one-off, or the lead track for a future album.  Calvin's last disc, Motion, came out in 2014.  Last summer, he released the hit single "How Deep Is Your Love."

Calvin currently has a residency at Las Vegas' OMNIA Nightclub at Caesars Palace; he plays Friday nights on select dates through the rest of the year.

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Iggy Azalea Helps Seth Meyers Explain Teen Slang on "Late Night"

Lloyd Bishop/NBCIggy Azalea dropped by Late Night on Thursday to plug her upcoming second studio album, Digital Distortion, and also helped host Seth Meyers out with one of his recurring sketches in which he explains the newest teen slang.

The sketch features Meyers explaining the "hot new slang the kids are using." For Thursday's bit, he gave the definitions for supposedly new slang words and phrases and brought the 25-year-old Australian rapper to give examples of how they're used in conversation.

The new slang terms included: "Whilefi" -- the socially sensible amount of time you need to be at someone's party before asking for the wi-fi password.

Azaleas example: "This party sucks because I have to talk to people, but soon, I'll be all up in Safari. Hashtag Whilefi."

Another of Meyers' teen slang words: "Broachella," which he defines as "a concert mostly attended by middle-aged ladies."

Iggy's example: "My mom and Auntie Cathy are dragging me to a Celine Dion concert this weekend. Hashtag "Broachella."

Other slang terms included, "Kasich" -- "A guy who has no chance, but keeps trying anyway," and "WhoDatWhoDat" -- "What your mom says when you're watching a movie with her."

Later, Azalea sat down for an interview with Meyers and discussed about several things, including a tattoo on her foot that she hid from her mother when they were on the beach by wearing socks.

She also talked about her new album, which, unlike the first, won't include any guest appearances by other artists. "I did have kind of like a crazy year. Last year was a big year for me in my life," the "Fancy" rapper explains. "And so, I wanted to think about it in some way, still a way that was fine and people could enjoy. But I felt like it was really important for me to be the one delivering that message."

Azalea also performed "Team," the first single from Digital Distortion, set to come out in June.

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Adam Levine Reveals His Pregnant Wife Eats "So Much Watermelon"

Andrew Lipovsky/NBCMaroon 5 frontman Adam Levine, who also serves as a coach on The Voice, dropped by The Tonight Show on Thursday and discussed a number of things with host Jimmy Fallon, including his pregnant wife's strange cravings.

Levine tells Fallon that model Behati Prinsloo, 26, who is pregnant with the couple's first child -- a daughter -- has one food in particular that she just can't live without lately.

"She's eating a lot of watermelon -- a lot of watermelon," says the 37-year-old singer. "You know, 'cause you get random cravings for stuff and there's just like so much watermelon."

"That's not bad," notes Fallon, explaining, "You'd think it would be like ice cream or all that stuff."

"She eats that too," replies Levine.

Some of the other subjects Adam and Jimmy discussed include his earliest musical influence: the 1980s metal band Motley Crüe.

"I was 10, Dr. Feelgood came out...and it was kind of an inappropriate record to like when you're 10," he recalls. "I had a karaoke I'd play the first side of Dr. Feelgood...and I had this really crappy drum set...and every day I came home from school...and play all of side one of Dr. Feelgood and just beat the crap out of the drums all day."

Levine also talked about his fellow Voice coach Blake Shelton, who, like Adam has, "been on the show forever."

When Fallon asked if the two might team up for a duet, Adam replied, "No," before joking, "I don't like him at all."

The Voice airs Mondays and Tuesdays at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.

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Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas Take a Crack at "Carpool Karaoke"

Demi Lovato performs at the 58th annual Grammy Awards; Cliff Lipson/CBSDemi Lovato and Nick Jonas are gearing up for their Future Now Tour kicking off in June, and they tuned up for the trek by joining Late Late Show host James Corden for an upcoming installment of "Carpool Karaoke."

"What are you up to? We were just filming a new #CarpoolKaraokewith a couple friends," Corden announced on The Late Late Show's Instagram page on Thursday, along with a photo of the trio following their trip around Los Angeles.

An airdate for the segment has yet to be announced, but Corden also filmed a "Carpool Karaoke" with Selena Gomez a few weeks ago that's set to air in June, so look for Demi and Nick's piece to air sometime during the summer.

The Future Now Tour will kick off in Sunrise, Florida, June 24 and make over 40 stops in the United States and Canada, before wrapping up in Los Angeles September 17.

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Search Warrant Issued for Prince's Paisley Park Estate

Kevin Winter/Getty ImagesAuthorities have obtained a search warrant for Prince’s Paisley Park estate, but the court has authorized sealing it, ABC News confirmed Thursday.

Disclosing the details of what the sheriff’s deputies are searching for, court documents say, could compromise the investigation.

The paperwork was filed one day after law enforcement sources told ABC News that prescription drugs were found in Prince’s possession and at his home.

The Carver County Sheriff’s Office has contacted the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration about the possibility of assisting in the investigation if the pharmaceuticals are found to be related to the singer's death.

The sheriff’s office says no active work is being done by the DEA at this time because the toxicology work has yet to be completed.

The DEA routinely assists local authorities in investigations involving prescription drugs, and a DEA official says the agency stands ready to assist if it is needed.

The week before Prince died at the age of 57, he was rushed to the hospital in Illinois, where, his rep told ABC News, he was treated for the flu.

Then, last Thursday, the music legend was pronounced dead at his Paisley Park residence in Minnesota. The next day, the chief medical examiner at the Midwest Medical Examiner's office performed an autopsy on the singer's body to determine his cause of death. A report, which will include toxicology results, could "likely take weeks," according to the medical examiner's office.

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From Cutting Her Hair on TV to Moving to Nashville, Martina McBride Confesses "Reckless" Is More than an Album Title

BMLGWhen you think of daredevils who throw caution to the wind, Martina McBride probably isn't the first name that pops into your head. But the four-time CMA Female Vocalist of the Year has to confess -- Reckless is more than just the title of her new album and its lead single.

"I think back to that girl that left Kansas knowing nobody in Nashville, and I came from a town of like 200 people. I grew up on a farm. I mean nobody around me did what I wanted to do, and I didn't have any kind of role model or somebody to pattern myself after. My husband and I were newlyweds and we just picked up everything and moved to Nashville and just got started," she recalls. "I look back on that, and at the time I didn't feel like it was a reckless thing to do, but it really was, you know?" 

One of Martina's more recent "Reckless" moments came in the video for her latest release, when she decided to cut off a chunk of her signature raven mane while the cameras were rolling.

"You know the video is about peeling away layers and really getting to the heart of the matter and showing some hope and inspiration and just feeling reckless. So we thought it was just a good metaphor and I wanted to cut my hair anyway, so I was like, 'Well let's just do it in the video!'"  

Martina's thirteenth studio album, Reckless, is new in stores and online today.

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Nashville Notes

Burke/Triolo Productions/Thinkstock Darryl Worley hosts a tournament at Nashville's Hermitage Golf Course May 6 to benefit the nonprofit Christmas 4 Kids.

The 4th Annual Pepsi Gulf Coast Jam will donate $2 from every ticket sold to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis. Eric ChurchBrad Paisley and Jake Owen headline the festival that takes place September 2-4 in Panama City Beach, Florida.

Country Music Hall of Famer Charley Pride will celebrate 50 years of recording by launching his 2016 tour April 30 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

You can check out Keith Urban's new video for "Wasted Time" on YouTube now.

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Tori Kelly's Favorite Part of Touring? When She's Unconscious 

ABC/Randy HolmesTori Kelly is currently out on a headlining tour of the U.S. -- tonight she plays the second of two evenings at New York City's Beacon Theatre.  While visiting great cities like New York is definitely one exciting thing about being on tour, Tori says her favorite part of being on the road is the part where she's unconscious.

"I actually really like sleeping on the bus!" she laughs. "I’ve talked to different artists. Some people just hate it, they can’t fall asleep. But I absolutely love it. I think some of the best sleep I’ve ever gotten was in those bunks, even though they’re really tiny."

In fact, criss-crossing the country on a tour bus with her band is Tori's idea of a fantastic time.

"The bus life is so fun to me." she tells ABC Radio. "It’s like, you’re with a bunch of really close friends and it feels like family at the end of the tour.  And we just get so close, literally, ‘cause you’re living so close. And it’s just fun. It feels like a big giant road trip."

While some artists go nuts when it comes to their tour riders -- the list of backstage demands for food, drinks and all kinds of nutty stuff -- Tori says her needs are pretty simple.

"I’m, like, a water snob," she laughs. "So when I get water it has to have, like, the little sport cap on it. So it’s like, the Smart Water with the sport cap...I guess that’s like the weirdest thing I can think of on [my rider]."

While Tori is on tour, a new single with her name on it is being released today. Twenty-five years ago this month, Amy Grant became the first ever Christian pop artist to top the Billboard Hot 100 with her song "Baby Baby."  Amy's now marking the milestone by releasing a remix of the song featuring vocals from Tori, who wasn't even born when the song first came out. 

"I definitely wanted to stay true to the melody and, you know, how the original was made," Tori explains. "But it wasn’t hard to stick to it ‘cause it made me realize just what a great song it always was, and it just felt so classic and timeless."

Amy and Tori are on the same record label, and Amy says that Tori has what it takes to be a big star.  She should know: she has six Grammys.

Tori's tour will wrap up May 21 at the Greek Theatre in L.A.

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Chris Stapleton Puts Miranda Lambert on the Spot

ABC/Image Group LAMiranda Lambert showed the world she’s definitely Anderson East’s “girl” this week in Los Angeles. The six-time CMA Female Vocalist of the Year had been waiting in the wings while Anderson played his sold-out show opening for Chris Stapleton at L.A.’s Greek Theatre on Wednesday -- until the Traveller hitmaker spilled the beans, that is.  

“She’s gonna kill me,” he apologized, after calling Miranda onstage to join Anderson for their duet on The Temptations' “My Girl.” All was apparently forgiven, though, as Miranda jumped in, adding background vocals and impromptu choreography wiith Chris’s wife Morgane. You can check out the superstar couple’s collaboration in a video now posted to YouTube.

This isn’t Miranda’s first time to join her boyfriend onstage, having dueted on Mariah Carey’s “Always Be My Baby” during his Valentine’s Day show, according to Billboard.

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Neil Young Celebrates the Earth on Upcoming Live Album

Reprise RecordsNeil Young will release a new live album titled Earth on June 17 that features a variety of tunes the folk-rock legend performed recently with his current backing group Promise of the Real.

In a statement, Young reveals that Earth is 98 minutes long, and explains that the album "flows as a collection of 13 songs from throughout my life, songs I have written about living here on our planet together." He adds, "Our animal kingdom is well represented in the audience as well and the animals, insects, birds and mammals actually take over the performances of the songs at times."

The track list includes four songs that appear on Young's most recent studio album, 2015's The Monsanto Years, his classic "After the Gold Rush," a variety of lesser-known gems from his back catalog and a previously unreleased tune called "Seed Justice."

Young also posted a message about Earth on his official Facebook page, noting that the album is too long to "fit on iTunes." He adds, "It breaks all their rules (and couldn't all really be heard that way anyway). No one who was there will ever forget the love, wonder and beautiful madness of EARTH. I know I won't."

Special limited-edition Earth bundles are available for pre-order now at Young's official online store that feature either a two-CD or a three-LP vinyl set packaged with a poster and a high-res digital version of the album compatible with Neil's Pono music player. The CD collection will be available on June 17, while the vinyl set won't be released until August 12.

Also, Young will be attending a listening party for Earth that will be held on Friday, May 6, at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County in L.A. The entire album will be played on a Pono system at the event.

Here is the track list of Earth:

"Mother Earth"
"Seed Justice"
"My Country Home"
"The Monsanto Years"
"Western Hero"
"Vampire Blues"
"Hippie Dream"
"After the Gold Rush"
"Human Highway"
"Big Box"
"People Want to Hear About Love"
"Wolf Moon"
"Love & Only Love"

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Iggy Pop's "Post Pop Depression" Is "Not Supposed to Sound Like the God**** Stooges," Says Josh Homme 

ABC/Randy HolmesIggy Pop's new album, Post Pop Depression, gave the Godfather of Punk his highest charting album ever.  Recorded in collaboration with Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age, the album allowed Pop to try some different sounds from the music he made with his band The Stooges.

"It's not supposed to sound like the god**** Stooges," Homme said at a live interview in Los Angeles Wednesday night, according to Rolling Stone.

Instead, the pair took inspiration from Pop's work with David Bowie, particularly the albums Lust for Life and The Idiot.

"Those records were clearly made at the speed of inspiration," Homme said. "They sound like that, don't they? They're trying to stand on their own. It seems like this joyous, wonderful, effortless thing, and we tried to make a record we would enjoy too. They cared about those records and we cared about ours."

As for the lyrical content of Post Pop Depression, some of it came from a series of essays Pop wrote about his sex life and sent to Homme.

"I was having a dry spell in my life. It happens to everybody," Pop said. "I thought, how much of my life am I going to have to wreck to get my sex life back? Let's write about what it was to make sure it was worth it."

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Ooh, "Baby Baby"! Amy Grant Marks 25th Anniversary of Her #1 Hit with New Remix

Capitol CMGTwenty-five years ago this month, a Christian pop singer found herself on top of the Billboard Hot 100 -- the first ever to accomplish that feat as a solo artist.  The artist was Amy Grant, the song was "Baby Baby," and now Amy's re-released her smash in a new version with an up-and-coming young pop star.

While Amy had previously topped the pop chart in 1986 with "Next Time I Fall," a duet with Chicago frontman Peter Cetera, it was "Baby Baby" that turned her into a mainstream pop star herself.  When her manager reminded her last year that 2016 would mark the 25th anniversary of the song, they decided to create a new version that mixes her original vocals with another artist's: Grammy-nominated singer Tori Kelly, who was born the year after "Baby Baby" hit #1.

"Tori Kelly was up and coming and had such a huge internet presence and was signed to the same record label," Amy tells ABC Radio. "Tori was on my radar because of my daughter, Corrina.  This year, the high school she goes to actually has several musical courses and she joined Rock Band and was assigned a Tori Kelly song to perform...[so] Tori singing my song and my kid singing Tori’s song -- it was just, like, this great synergy."

Tori's known for her powerful voice, and Amy says that's why she sounded so good on the track.

"I feel like what made 'Baby Baby' charming is that I do have a very straightforward was almost like a folk singer singing an R&B song," she tells ABC Radio. "And so to include my original first verse and then throw the rocket engine on with Tori’s, like 'Wow!' It’s a great combo. It’s great that we’re different kinds of singers and I just couldn’t be more pleased."

Tori says that "Baby Baby" is a "timeless, classic song," while Amy praises Tori's "killer voice" and "energy," noting that she's got "what it takes" to become a star.  Amy knows what she's talking about: she's got six Grammys, and she's married to country star Vince Gill, who has 20!

While "Baby Baby" sounds like a romantic tune sung to a lover, it was actually inspired by Amy's daughter Millie, who was about six weeks old when the song was written and is now 26.  When Millie was two, she even joined her mom onstage at the Grammy Awards as she performed "Baby Baby." But that doesn't mean that it's her  favorite song or anything.  Quite the opposite, in fact.

"She came back from a trip one time traveling with friends and they were in France," Amy tells ABC Radio. "And she’d gone into a karaoke bar and when she came home she said, 'Well guess who was mortified to find that I didn’t know the song well enough to sing it?'” 

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Beyonce Embraces Backlash with "Boycott Beyonce" Merchandise

Parkwood/ColumbiaThe Queen Bey is not letting her "haters" take her off her A-game as she is fighting back with her own "Boycott Beyonce" merchandise.

Beyonce fans were seen sporting the new shirts during the first stop on her Formation Tour on Wednesday in Miami. One fan commented on the new T saying, "Beyoncé is selling a boycott beyoncé shirt LMFAOOOO QUEEN BETTER MAKE MONEY OFF THOSE HATERS. WHAT KIND OF SLAY?!"

The decision to sell the shirts comes in part as a response to the mixed emotions for the political and racially charged "Formation" music video.

According to The Miami New Times,Chief of Miami's police union, Javier Ortiz, had urged officers to boycott Beyoncé's concert in the city, claiming the singer "used this year's Super Bowl to divide Americans by promoting the Black Panthers and her anti-police message shows how she does not support law enforcement." However, the boycott was short-lived as a Miami Police Department spokesman confirmed that several cops were scheduled to work the event and the concert was to be "fully staffed."

Beyonce addressed the "Formation" backlash in an ELLE Magazine interview saying, "[But] anyone who perceives my message as anti-police is completely mistaken. I have so much admiration and respect for officers and the families of officers who sacrifice themselves to keep us safe."

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Keith Urban Organizes "Off the Hook Giant Parties" in the Great White North

Capitol NashvilleThe superstar from Down Under is expanding his tour in the Great White North. Keith Urban is adding five new Canadian concerts to his ripCORD World Tour, with Maren Morris and native son Dallas Smith joining him on the new dates.

“Our Canadian shows have always been off the hook giant parties,” Keith recalls. “From the very first shows I ever did, there was a synergy with the audience that’s only grown stronger over the years.”

Keith’s August stop in Edmonton, Alberta is set to be the first concert in the new Rogers Place indoor arena. Look for the album that inspired the tour’s title on May 6.

Here are the new dates just added to Keith Urban’s ripCORD World Tour:

8/10 -- Vancouver, BC, Rogers Arena
8/11 -- Kelowna, BC, Prospera Place
8/15 -- Calgary, AB, Scotiabank Saddledome
8/16 -- Edmonton, AB, Rogers Place
8/17 -- Saskatoon, SK, SaskTel CentreCopyright

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Garth Brooks Plans to Spend America's Birthday in Sin City

Mark TuckerGarth Brooks’ Sin City shows are selling so well, he’s sticking around for Independence Day.

The G-man is already set to play the new T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada the previous weekend and in the days leading up to July 4. Now, he and wife Trisha Yearwood will also do a 7 p.m. show on Sunday, July 3, as well as a 5 p.m. concert on America’s birthday.

Tickets for the new shows go on sale next Friday at 10 a.m. PT, through or 1-844-63GARTH.

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Katy Perry Performing at A-List amfAR Event at Cannes Next Month

Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images for amfARKaty Perry will be the headlining performer at the 23rd annual Cinema Against AIDS amfAR event next month, according to Women’s Wear Daily.

The May 19 event will take place during the Cannes Film Festival, which runs from May 11 through the 22. Also attending the gala are amfAR global campaign chairs Sharon Stone, Kevin Spacey, Heidi Klum, Milla Jovovich, Adrien Brody, fashion editor Carine Roitfeld and film producer Harvey Weinstein.

Cinema Against AIDS raises money for AIDS research and has collected more than $170 million over the years.

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