Harry Styles’ “Golden” music video is coming.
After a “Golden” photo teaser appeared on Friday (Oct. 23), an actual preview of a music video for the Fine Line track was released on Sunday (Oct. 25).
In the clip, Styles is seen running through a tunnel until a date appears on the screen in yellow text: Oct. 26.
The time that the actual video will go live on Monday is currently unknown.
“Golden” is the fifth release from Styles’ 2019 album, following “Lights Up,” “Adore You,” “Falling” and “Watermelon Sugar.”
Watch the “Golden” sneak peek below.
Ariana Grande’s “Positions” has topped this week’s new music poll.
Music fans voted in a poll published Friday (Oct. 23) on Billboard, choosing the 27-year-old singer’s confident new single as their favorite new music release of the past week.
“Positions” brought in 53 percent of the vote, beating out new music by Ty Dolla $ign (Featuring Ty Dolla $ign), Machine Gun Kelly featuring Halsey (“Forget Me Too”), H.E.R. (“Damage”) and others.
The new song serves as Grande’s first solo single since 2019’s Thank U, Next and will be featured on her upcoming sixth studio set of the same title, which is expected to drop on Friday (Oct. 30) through Republic Records.
In the interim, the pop superstar has kept busy adding to her growing collection of No. 1 hits thanks to high-profile collaborations with both Lady Gaga (“Rain on Me”) and Justin Bieber (“Stuck With U”).
Grande recently revealed the track list for Positions, which features appearances by Doja Cat, The Weeknd and Ty Dolla $ign.
Earlier this week, the singer also shared the accompanying music video for “Positions, which finds the pop superstar looking presidential in Jackie O-inspired fashions.
Placing second on the tally was the “other” category with 39 percent of the vote, followed by Ty Dolla $ign’s latest album, Featuring Ty Dolla $ign, in third with 2 percent of the vote.
See the final results of this week’s new music release poll below.
Adele hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time on Oct. 24, after being the musical guest twice in the past. If there were any questions as to whether she’d be as funny as she is vocally talented, the superstar quickly offered an answer in her monologue.
The British singer, whose career began a major ascent after she made her SNL debut 12 years ago, admitted that she knew nothing about U.S. politics and didn’t want to say anything political. So what’d she do? She gave a shoutout to Sarah Palin, who appeared on that very episode with her. “Sarah Palin, babes, thanks for everything, yeah?” Adele cracked.
As for her weight loss, she joked, “I know I look really, really different since you last saw me, but actually, because of all the COVID restrictions and the travel bans, I had to travel lighter and only bring half of me, and this is the half that I chose.”
The laughs didn’t stop there — for the audience or the 15-time Grammy winner herself — when the actual sketches kicked off. In “The Bachelor” sketch, she played a version of herself who was immediately smitten with bachelor Ben K, and would break out into song — her hit songs! — at every imagined slight. Then in “Africa Tourism,” Adele enjoyed the jokes so much that she broke character and kept cracking up.
Which of Adele’s sketches did you enjoy the most? Vote in our poll below! (If you need a refresher before voting, check out our roundup of all her sketches.)
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