The opening night of Taylor Swift's "The Eras Tour" drew close to 70,000 concert-goers, making it the most-attended show by a female performer in US history.
Madonna previously held the record, which she secured in 1987. (She held on to the top spot for 36 years — longer than most artists' careers!)
Oh, and be sure to drink some coffee if you plan to go to the show — its runtime is more than three hours.
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Film and Television
The Oscars came and went, but have you ever wondered how the statuettes are made?
We've all practiced our acceptance speeches while standing in front of the bathroom mirror, but the iconic 8.5-pound prize has a unique history.
CNN put together a visually-pleasing backstory on the production of these famous trophies.
Hint: it involves a 3-D printer. But for now, a hairbrush will have to do for us.
The GLAAD Media Awards are another upcoming award show, and we've compiled a list of nominees in top categories.
Outstanding Film - Wide Release
- A Man Called Otto
- Bodies Bodies Bodies
- Everything Everywhere All at Once
- Spoiler Alert
- Strange World
Outstanding Comedy Series
- Abbott Elementary
- Derry Girls
- Harley Quinn
- Love, Victor
- Never Have I Ever
- Only Murders in the Building
- Sort Of
- The Sex Lives of College Girls
- What We Do in the Shadows
Outstanding Music Artist
- Anitta, Versions of Me
- Betty Who, BIG!
- Demi Lovato, HOLY FVCK
- FLETCHER, Girl of My Dreams
- Hayley Kiyoko, PANORAMA
- Honey Dijon, Black Girl Magic
- Kim Petras, Slut Pop
- MUNA, MUNA
- Orville Peck, Bronco
- Rina Sawayama, Hold the Girl
Fans of Abbott Elementary can watch the show's creator, Quinta Brunson, host SNL on April 1 with musical guest Lil Yachty.
Quinta seems to be everywhere these days, and we love to see it!
What does Pitchfork have to say about some of this year's new music so far? Let's take a look.
Endless Summer Vacation, Miley Cyrus
Radial Gate, Sluice
Sunrise Bang Ur Head Against tha Wall, Nia Archives
The Ceiling Reposes, Lia Kohl
Keep an eye out for new music from Lana Del Rey, 6LACK, Depeche Mode, Fall Out Boy and more this week.
We're most looking forward to Lana's album, Did You Know That There's A Tunnel Under Ocean Blvd. Based on the three singles released so far, this could very well be one of Lana's best projects to date (but competing with Norman Fucking Rockwell! is a hard task).