Being efficient with time is arguably the most important part of being an opening act at a concert. Several of his songs have lived inside of the Top 20 on Billboard’s Hot 100 singles chart.Making the most of a little is the magic trick singer-songwriter Charlie Puth pulled off effortlessly at the Staples Center on a recent mid-July evening in Los Angeles. It’s not like he’s the classic opener—a relative unknown hoping to scrape up a handful of new fans whilst warming up the speakers and a mostly hollow arena for whoever’s name is on the marquee. So he spent the bulk of his 30 minutes up there performing to a nearly packed venue for an audience that appeared to be as excited to see him as they were to catch heartthrob headliner Shawn Mendes.Two leading roles are sought for “Heart and Soul,” a comedic feature film set in a high school.The project is casting a female actor 18–25 for the leading role of Theresa, “a very pretty high school cheerleader and senior,” as well as a male actor of the same age range to portray Josh, another leading role, who's a 17-year-old senior and victim of bullying. I just have always been that girl," the singer, 24, told Miami's Power 96.5 FM. "While she didn't name her boyfriend directly, Gomez gushed to the radio host, "I'm taken!"I will give my heart and my soul to the person that I love. "The Disney alum also hinted at her relationship with the "Starboy" singer, 27, while revealing the last lie that she told, in honor of her new single, "Bad Liar.""I was planning a trip and I was saying, like, 'I'm going to leave,' but I was trying to get somebody really cute to tell me to stay," she recalled.
The pair are acroyogis, those who practice a type of yoga that combines fantastical acrobatic movements with traditional yoga moves.
Gomez and The Weeknd (real name Abel Tesfaye) went public with their romance in January, just two months after he and supermodel Bella Hadid called it quits on their nearly two-year relationship.
Gomez famously dated Justin Bieber on and off from 2011 to 2014.
The sun hangs low in the sky over the State Botanical Gardens of Georgia as Morgan King calls out to her fiancé, “We better warm up.” Josh Wayne, in response, begins running back and forth on the awkwardly-wide, grass terraced steps of the Botanical Gardens outdoor amphitheater.
After a few minutes of brisk calisthenics, Wayne and King scurry down the steps onto the stage.