Demi and Se­lena share the love

The Irish Times - Friday - The Ticket - - FRONT PAGE - Ailbhe Malone

TRACK OF THE WEEK “Sorry, Not Sorry ,” by Demi Lo­vato– Demi Lo­vato (right) is the pa­tron saint of slay­ing your demons, and liv­ing your best life. From “Sky­scraper” to “Con­fi­dent” and now “Sorry, Not Sorry ”, she con­tin­ues to gather her best mate sand dom­i­nate the dance floor. There’ s a thump­ing bass line, and a funky vo­cal hook, and best of all: an open­ing line that’ s so feisty and

firey it leaves scorch marks. We can’ t wait for the video.

He­roes of the week are for­mer Bar­ney the Di­nosaur cast mates Demi Lo­vato and Se lena Gomez, who tweeted at ea­chother, con­grat­u­lat­ing their new re­leases. De mi said “@ se lena gomez Lov­ing your new song Fetish, we’ ve come along way since our Bar­ney days[][]” Se­lena replied: “Yes we have. Just lis­ten­ing to Sorry Not Sorry. You slay as al­ways. So happy for you !”

Mean­while, Mi­ley Cyrus opened up to Harper’s Bazaar group of mostly older men. It’s no about her past .“People were so won­der that a lot of people lose shocked by some of the things their way and lose who they re­ally that I did. It should be more are be­cause they al­ways have shock­ing that when I was 11 or 12, people telling them who to be.” I was put in full hair and make-up, Zero of the week is Twit­ter, Ed a wig, and told what to wear by a Sheer an told the Sun .“I’ve ac­tu­ally come off Twit­ter com­pletely, I can’t read it. Igo onit and there’ s noth­ing but people say­ing mean things. One com­ment ru­ins your day. But­that’s why I’ ve come off it .” He went on, “the head-f*** for me has been try­ing to work­out why people dis­like me so much .” Lady Ga ga sub­se­quently def ended Ed on Ins tag ram, typ­ing :“I LOVE ED @teddy sp hot os de­serves all our love and re­spect like all hu­mans do I wish all people on the in­ter­net would be pos­i­tive and lov­ing and apart of cre­at­ing an on­line com­mu­nity that is kind and em­pow­er­ing, not hate­ful and mean. No rea­son to tear down an artist sim­ply be­cause they are on top. Work harder tobe kind er ev­ery­body.”

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