Imagine Dragon, Gigi Hadid, Martha Hunt, Little Big Town, Echosmith, Mariska Hargitay, Cara Delevingne, Rachel Platten, The Weekend, World Cup Champions U.S. Women’s Soccer National Team, Heidi Klum, Serena Williams, Kendall Jenner, Hailee Steinfeld, Lily Aldridge, Lena Dunham, Nick Jonas, Uzo Adouba, Karlie Kloss, Candice Swanepoel, Behati Prinsloo, Lorde, Jason Derulo, Serayah, Andy Grammer, Andreja Pejic, Lily Donaldson, Sam Hunt, Walk The Moon, MKTO, Nico and Vinz, Fetty Wap,
Russell Wilson, Ciara, Fifth Harmony, Little Mix, Joan Baez, Julia Roberts, Ryan Tedder, Kobe Bryant, Matt Leblanc, Chris Rock, Sean O'Pry, Mary J. Blige, Natalie Maines of Dixie Chicks, Ellen DeGeneres, Alanis Morissette, Beck and St. Vincent, John Legend, Selena Gomez, Lisa Kudrow, Justin Timberlake, OMI, Avril Lavigne, Wiz Khalifa, The Band Perry, Dierks Bentley, Kelsea Ballerini, Alison Krauss, Steven Tyler, Mick Jagger, Leona Lewis, Nelly, HAIM, Keith Urban, Charli XCX, Ellie Goulding, Miranda Lambert, Tove Lo, Dwyane Wade, Pitbull, Ricky Martin, Alessia Cara, Idina Menzel, Shawn Mendes, Ed Sheeran.
Speak Now Tour: Jason Mraz, Hot Chelle Rae, Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, Ellen Degeneres.
Red Tour: Cheryl Lloyd, Sara Bareilles, Tegan&Sara, Ellie Goulding, Jennifer Lopez.
1989 Tour: Ryan Tedder, Kobe Bryant, Uzo Aduba, Mary J Blige, Matt Leblanc, Sean O’pry, Chris Rock, Natalie Maines, Ellen Degeneres, Alanis Morissette, Beck, St. Vincent, John Legend, Selena Gomez, Lisa Kudrow, Justin Timberlake.
Here are a few photos from the last 2 1989 LA shows that I think look pretty good with my shit iPhone camera skills. Thank you taylorswift for entertaining me. Now I’m gonna have to deal with my post concert depression.
Thank you for bringing all those surprise guests out (Beck, St Vincent, John Legend, Selena Gomez, Lisa Kudrow (you had me at that… I died) and Justin Timberlake)!
I had A BLAST dancing on my own for the past 2 days. It has been an amazing experience for me. And thank you for making me cry so hard every single time you say the Clean speech bc it absolutely hits me in the heart. I needed that. It has been an honor to watch you perform. Till the next one 💕
They join Selena Gomez, Bryan Cranston, Vincent D’Onofrio, Robert Duvall, Ed Harris and Nat Wolff Principal photography commenced today in Georgia on James Franco’s “In Dubious Battle” as a quintet of actors have signed on to join Franco, Selena Gomez, Vincent D’Onofrio, Robert Duvall, Ed Harris, Bryan Cranston, Nat Wolff, John Savage and Sam Shepherd in the much anticipated production from Andrea Iervolino and Lady Monika Bacardi’s AMBI Pictures, Rabbit Bandini Productions and That’s Hollywood Pictures Production. The newest actors rounding out the cast are Josh Hutcherson (“The Hunger Games”), Zach Braff (“Garden State”), Analeigh Tipton (“Crazy, Stupid, Love”) Ashley Greene (“Twilight” saga) and Ahna O’Reilly (“The Help”). AMBI Group, the movie development, finance, production and distribution group owned and run by Andrea Iervolino and Lady Monika Bacardi, is financing the film and producing with Rabbit Bandini Productions and That’s Hollywood Pictures Production. Producers are Andrea Iervolino (“The Humbling,” “All Roads Lead to Rome”), Lady Monika Bacardi (“The Humbling,” “All Roads Lead to Rome”), Scott Reed, Vince Jolivette, Ron Singer and Iris Torres. The film is based on Steinbeck’s gritty, realist style novel In Dubious Battle, which portrays the struggle between labor and capital in 1930s America as close to all out warfare. Writer Matt Rager (“As I Lay Dying”) adapted the feature screenplay based on the novel. AMBI’s worldwide sales division, AMBI Distribution, co-represents the film’s domestic rights with CAA. Published in 1936, In Dubious Battle is considered the first major work of Pulitzer Prize-winning author John Steinbeck. Set in a fictionalized valley in California, the story explores themes Steinbeck continued to develop: group behavior, social injustice, man’s inhumanity to man— all themes which continue to be relevant today. A labor conflict between migrant apple pickers and the local growers’ association is the backdrop against which Jim Nolan (Franco) becomes involved in the labor movement and rapidly matures as he learns what it means to do organizational fieldwork. source