■ Demi Lovato appeared on Alan Carr’s "Chatty Man" on Friday and dropped some major hints that she's bisexual. During the chat, Demi said she's "not confirming," but "definitely not denying" that "Cool for the Summer" is about experimenting with both sexes. Carr went as far as asking if she had "ever gone cool for the summer," to which Demi responded: "All of my songs are based on personal experiences. I don’t think there is anything wrong with experimentation at all!" We see you, girl.
■ Liam Payne confirmed during the final concert of their US tour that One Direction have filmed the music video for their next single!
— OTRA Tour Updates (@1DupdateOTRA) September 13, 2015
■ Gabrielle Aplin did an awesome mashup/cover of Sam Smith's Money On My Mind and Clean Bandit's Rather Be:
■ Kelly Clarkson canceled six of her Piece By Piece tour dates due to doctor orders. See her tweet and the list of shows below. Feel better, Kelly!
So bummed that I have to cancel some of my tour dates. This kills me, but doctors are saying I need to rest my voice! pic.twitter.com/i5byD90ssP
— Kelly Clarkson (@kelly_clarkson) September 12, 2015
■ Speaking of cancellations, Sam Smith had to do the same for his upcoming show in Madrid. Read his explanation below.
Este es el anuncio oficial de SAM SMITH pic.twitter.com/C9bntvoOzA
— Dcode Festival (@dcodefest) September 12, 2015
■ Rihanna is still working on R8. This comes from a new tid bit, courtesy of Charlie XCX. In a chat with The Mirror, the pop punkstress said that she's currently penning some songs for the upcoming release. "I'm a really big Rihanna fan and I think she’s such an incredible artist," she gushed. "She's my favorite pop girl. She's the real deal. I've actually been to a couple of writing sessions for Rihanna's new record. It was really fun to put together a couple of tracks."
■ Justin Bieber is keeping his "What Do You Mean?" momentum going with another performance. This time he took to the "Think It Up" TV special, which aired to promote education.
■ Lastly, Ashley Tisdale teased new music via Twitter with producer John Feldmann, who is the man behind recent records from 5 Seconds of Summer, All Time Low and Avicii.
— AshleyTisdaleFrench (@ashleytisdale) September 12, 2015