And he's ineligible to win. Plus Sam Smith photobombs the news and Nicki Minaj calls out a knock-off.
The three decided to drive to Indianapolis anyway and bought tickets moments before the show started.
"We didn't get to meet One Direction. We didn't go on stage or get front row," Fraser said. "But the reward has been all the memories that we've made."
Now that's fatherly love.
■ Sam Smith went to check out the Red Rocks Amphitheater in Denver, CO after the National Park Service declared it a national monument. Smith was there checking it out before his performance later that night, and while gazing at the 100-year-old stage, noticed two girls getting interviewed by the local news for practicing yoga there and decided to crash it. At one point, the girls laugh and say "get outta here!"
■ Nicki Minaj calls out a guy for selling knock-off Pinkprint shirts. Meanwhile, everyone is freaking out.
■ R3hab remixed Calvin Harris' "How Deep Is Your Love:"
■ Katherine McPhee debuted her album covered and shared her track list.
4. Stranger Than Fiction
5. Lick My Lips
8. Love Strikes
9. Round Your Little Finger
10. Only One
11. Damage Control
12. Don’t Need Love
■ Jojo released a new photo and logo on her official website. New music to follow?
Delta Goodrem premiered her music video for "Wings."
■ Busta Rhymes was arrested yesterday evening for apparently assaulting and throwing his protein drink at a gym employee. We guess he didn't get any gains! [NYDailyNews]
■ Justin Bieber's new record drops in September. “My music is very awesome, actually,” Bieber said at the iHeartRadio Summit this week. “I’ve been working really hard on it. I’ve been taking my time.”
While you were watching Britney Spears perform "Pretty Girls" at Piece of Me on Wednesday, a lot went down in music.■ Dad Roger Fraser got a One Direction tattoo on his arm to help his daughter win a contest to see the band's show in Indianapolis. Problem is they lived in Columbia, Tenn. which meant they were ineligible to win. "The day he got the tattoo that's when he said, 'I hope it's not one of those contests where you have to be a resident of the state,'" daughter Makayla, 14, told ABC News.
got this tattoo to help my daughter win a contest well lol we can't win because we are not a resident, retweet !!!!! pic.twitter.com/X3FfXvh07k— Roger Fraser (@fraser_roger) July 22, 2015