Full Coachella 2022 Lineup Is Here

The full Coachella 2022 lineup has arrived.

After Billboard reported the headliners earlier Wednesday (Jan. 12), the official Goldenvoice poster confirms that Harry Styles, Billie Eilish and Ye are headlining each day, while Swedish House Mafia will be “returning to the desert” on an undisclosed day.

Other highlights from the lineup: Phoebe Bridgers, Lil Baby, Big Sean and Daniel Caesar will perform alongside Friday headliner Harry Styles; Megan Thee Stallion, 21 Savage, Anitta and Giveon join Saturday headliner Billie Eilish; and Doja Cat, Run the Jewels, Karol G, Maggie Rogers and Ari Lennox will play Sunday along with headliner Ye.

Ye (formerly known as Kanye West) is the only headliner returning to the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Calif., for the quintessential SoCal festival, having previously headlined in 2011. This year’s back-to-back weekends go down April 15-17 and April 22-24.

The last Coachella was back in 2019, with the 2020 and 2021 iterations both being canceled due to COVID-19. While Rage Against the Machine, Travis Scott and Frank Ocean were all announced as 2020 headliners, none will play the planned 2022 festival. Ocean is set to headline in 2023, according to an interview with Goldenvoice co-founder Paul Tollett.

Weekend 1 passes are sold out, but the presale for weekend 2 passes starts Friday. Visit Coachella.com for more information.

See the full lineup below:

Here’s the full Coachella 2022 lineup in alphabetical order:

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21 Savage
Adam Port
Alaina Castillo
Alec Benjamin
Ali Gatie
Altın Gün
Amber Mark
Amyl and the Sniffers
Ari Lennox
Arlo Parks
Arooj Aftab
Baby Keem
Banda MS
Beach Bunny
Beach Goons
Big Sean
Billie Eilish
Bishop Briggs
Black Coffee
black midi
Carly Rae Jepsen
Caroline Polachek
Channel Tres
Chelsea Cutler
Chicano Batman
Chris Liebing
City Girls
Code Orange
Cole Knight
Conan Gray
Current Joys
Damian Lazarus
Daniel Caesar
Danny Elfman
Dear Humans
Denzel Curry
DJ Holographic
DJ Koze
DJ Lord
Doja Cat
Dom Dolla
Duck Sauce
Duke Dumont
Ed Maverick
Ela Minus
Emo Nite
Emotional Oranges
Fatboy Slim
Floating Points
Fred again..
Freddie Gibbs & Madlib
GG Magree
girl in red
Giselle Woo & The Night Owls
Grupo Firme
Harry Styles
Hayden James
Holly Humberstone
Hot Chip
Inner Wave
Isaiah Rashad
Jamie xx
Japanese Breakfast
Jayda G
Jean Dawson
Jessie Reyez
John Summit
Karol G
Kim Petras
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu
Lane 8
Layla Benitez
Lil Baby
Lost Kings
Louis The Child
Maggie Rogers
Mannequin Pussy
Mariah the Scientist
Maxo Kream
Megan Thee Stallion
Michael Bibi
Molchat Doma
Natanael Cano
Nathy Peluso
Nicki Nicole
Nilüfer Yanya
Olivia O’Brien
Omar Apollo
Orville Peck
Pabllo Vittar
Paco Osuna
Peggy Gou
Phoebe Bridgers
Pink Sweat$
Princess Nokia
Purple Disco Machine
Rich Brian
Richie Hawtin
Rina Sawayama
Role Model
Run The Jewels
Sama’ Abdulhadi
Sampa The Great
Snoh Aalegra
Steve Lacy
Still Woozy
Surf Curse
Swedish House Mafia
The Avalanches
The Blessed Madonna + Honey Dijon
The Chats
The Hu
The Marías
The Martinez Brothers
The Regrettes
Viagra Boys
Vince Staples
Whipped Cream
Yard Act

Country Music Drama Series ‘Monarch’ Pushed to Fall

Fox is making a major change to its midseason slate. The broadcast network has pushed country music drama Monarch to the fall after originally scheduling it for a Jan. 30 premiere date. The decision comes as the pandemic has complicated filming on the Atlanta-based series, which stars Susan SarandonTrace Adkins and Anna Friel as members of a dynastic family in the country music world.

Monarch is a top priority for Fox Entertainment in 2022,” the network said in a statement Wednesday (Jan. 12). “Unfortunately, due to the unavoidable realities of the pandemic and the profound impact COVID-19 continues to have on our industry and around the world, it is necessary to reschedule Monarch’s Jan. 30 debut to the fall. As the cornerstone of Fox’s new 2022-23 slate, shifting a show of this magnitude allows us to have its entire first season produced, create additional, high-profile content and promotional windows to support launch, and give our viewers the best opportunity to enjoy the series as intended with a non-compromised run of episodes.”

Production in Atlanta will continue as planned through the spring, but sources say sticking to the original premiere date would have meant an interruption at some point in the broadcast run. Monarch will feature both original music and covers. Adkins released the first single tied to the series, titled “A Country Boy Can Survive,” in December.

The move of Monarch to the fall blows a hole in Fox’s midseason schedule. The drama was set to get the biggest possible lead-in Fox could offer this year following the NFL’s NFC Championship game on Jan. 30, before moving to its regular home two days later. Fox hasn’t announced yet what will get the post-football boost or what will air in the 9 p.m. Tuesday hour starting Feb. 1.

Monarch is one of a number of productions affected as the omicron variant of the coronavirus has surged across the United States. Among those that have shut down temporarily or moved off of planned dates are the Grammy Awards, which scrapped their Jan. 31 date, and series ranging from Star Trek: Picard to Late Night With Seth Meyers.

Monarch has been in the works since 2019, when Fox ordered a script for the project. It earned a straight to series pickup in May 2021 and then attracted an A-list cast headed by Sarandon, Friel, country music star Adkins and singer and actress Beth Ditto. Josh Sasse, Meagan Holder, Inigo Pascual, Martha Higareda and Emma Milani are also series regulars, while Faith Prince, Adam Croasdell, Reshma Shetty, Callum Kerr, Kevin Chapin, DW Moffat, Damon Dayoub and Eva Amurri have recurring parts.

Fox Entertainment is producing Monarch in-house. Melissa London Hilfers created the series and executive produces with showrunner Jon Feldman (who took over from Michael Rauch), The Jackal Group’s Gail Berman and Hend Baghdady and music manager Jason Owens of Sandbox Entertainment. Jason Ensler (The Passage) directed and serves as producer on the first episode.

This article was originally published by The Hollywood Reporter.

Maverick City Music’s ‘Promises’ Tops Christian & Gospel Charts

Maverick City Music‘s “Promises,” featuring Joe L. Barnes and Naomi Raine, hits No. 1 on Billboard‘s streaming-, airplay- and sales-based Hot Christian Songs and Hot Gospel Songs charts dated Jan. 15.

For the Atlanta-based Maverick City Music, “Promises” is their first leader on Hot Christian Songs and their fourth chart-topper on Hot Gospel Songs. It’s Barnes’ first No. 1 on each ranking.

As for Raine, she visited the Hot Gospel Songs summit via her feature on Elevation Worship and Maverick City Music’s collaboration “Jireh” (also featuring Chandler Moore). The track led for two weeks last April (and hit No. 8 on Hot Christian Songs).

Barnes and Raine are both members of Maverick City Music.

Barnes wrote “Promises” with Keilla Alvarado, Dante Bowe, Carrington Gaines, Lemuel Marin and Aaron Moses.

The song simultaneously leads Christian Airplay for a second week. In the tracking week ending Jan. 9, it drew 9 million audience impressions, according to MRC Data. It first led the list dated Dec. 25.

“Wow! No. 1,” Raines told to Billboard after hearing that “Promises” had crowned Christian Airplay. “This is incredible to me because we didn’t go into this thinking or even imagining that this this song would have such an impact on the world.”

Meanwhile, “Promises” ends 18 weeks of Kanye West topping both Hot Christian Songs and Hot Gospel Songs. His “Hurricane” dominated for 12 weeks beginning Sept. 4 and “Praise God” led for six frames beginning Dec. 4.

‘Redeemer’ reigns: Meanwhile, Karima scores her first No. 1 on Gospel Airplay with her first entry, “Redeemer.” The song increased by 28% in plays in the tracking week.

“Redeemer” is the first debut entry to hit No. 1 on Gospel Airplay since Evvie McKinney’s “Just Like God,” which led for a week in September.

Karima (last name Kibble) is a New Orleans native and a member of gospel trio Virtue, with Ebony Holland and Heather Martin. The threesome has rolled up five top 10s on Top Gospel Albums, starting with its self-titled debut set which reached No. 6 in 1997. It’s most recent LP, Fearless, hit No. 3 in 2016.

Machine Gun Kelly & Megan Fox Engagement: Travis Barker, Kim Kardashian & More Congratulate the Couple

After a year and a half of dating, Machine Gun Kelly and Megan Fox are officially engaged.

Fox posted a video on Wednesday (Jan. 12) of MGK getting down on one knee in front of a banyan tree, as a smiling Megan said yes. According to their respective Instagram posts, the proposal occurred on Tuesday.

The “Bloody Valentine” rocker also shared a close up of the stunning, unconventional ring, which featured both of their birthstones “set on two magnetic bands of thorns that draw together as two halves of the same soul forming the obscure heart that is our love.”

The comment section of their Instagram posts quickly became flooded with star-studded congratulatory messages. “So happy for u guys!!!!” Kim Kardashian commented on Fox’s post with a ring, heart-eyed face and red heart emoji.

“F–K YESSSSS,” Travis Barker, who recently celebrated his own engagement to Kourtney Kardashian, commented on MGK’s post along with a black heart. Following the black hearts trend, Yungblud left three in the comments. Ryan Tedder switched it up with a string of flame emojis.

“Cut to me and Pete [Davidson] fighting in a cage over who officiates this wedding,” Whitney Cummings joked.

“FINALLY!! i’m so happy for y’all, congratulations!” Maggie Lindemann added. “HOLY S—” Lil Huddy commented. “That ring is insane.”

“You two are the perfect ‘pear,'” Avril Lavigne noted, referring to the color scheme and shape of the ring. “Congratulations on your engagement!”

See MGK’s post here, and Fox’s post on Instagram here.

Kid Cudi Stars in the Trailer for Ti West’s ‘X’: Watch

Never trust a scary-looking farmhouse. A24 released a trailer for the upcoming horror film X on Wednesday (Jan. 12) starring Kid Cudi.

Directed by Ti West, the sinister film follows a 1970s film crew to an isolated farmhouse in Texas where they’re set to shoot an erotic movie. However, the group — which includes Cudi (billed using his birth name, Scott Mescudi), Brittany Snow, Jenna Ortega, Martin Henderson and Mia Goth — quickly learn that elderly couple hosting them have rather creepy intentions.

“My wife Pearl is next door, so I would appreciate a little discretion,” the old man tells the gang when they arrive, only later adding rather ominously, “My wife is not well; it happens after dark.” (“That’s one ugly son of a b—h,” Cudi quips upon meeting the group’s host.)

Now exactly what happens after dark remains unclear, but it seems to run the gamut from the sexual (“That woman was in my bed touching me!” one girl screams as a naked Pearl flees her bedroom) to the outright deadly (plenty of bloody axes and shrieking faces populate the second half of the clip).

X is set to premiere in theaters on March 18 and follows West’s previous horror romps like 2009’s The House of the Devil, 2012’s V/H/S and 2013’s The Sacrament. Last year he also helmed two episodes of the Lena Waithe-produced anthology Them on Amazon Prime Video.

The fright fest also arrives on the heels of Cudi’s autobiographical documentary A Man Named Scott, as well as his appearance in Netflix’s smash apocalyptic comedy Don’t Look Up opposite Ariana Grande.

Brace yourself and watch the full trailer for X below.

Kelly Clarkson Gets Her Hands on Alanis Morissette’s ‘Hands Clean’ for Latest Kellyoke Cover

Kelly Clarkson opened the Wednesday (Jan. 12) episode of her eponymous talk show with a powerful rendition of Alanis Morissette‘s “Hands Clean.”

Wearing a black dress stamped with brightly colored appliqué stars, The Kelly Clarkson Show host stayed faithful to the original composition of the 2002 single, starting off over sparse piano before bringing the full band in at the first chorus.

“Ooh, don’t go telling everybody/ And overlook this supposed crime/ We’ll fast forward to a few years later/ And no one knows except the both of us/ I’ve more than honored your request for silence/ And you’ve washed your hands clean of this/ What part of our history’s reinvented and under rug swept?/ What part of your memory is selective and tends to forget?/ What with this distance it seems so obvious,” she wailed, effortlessly juggling tempos before transitioning into the track’s searching bridge.

“Hands Clean” is from Morissette’s fifth studio album, 2002’s Under Rug Swept, and peaked at No. 23 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Following her cover, Clarkson welcomed Josh Gad to the stage to chat about his upcoming series Wolf Like Me, which premieres Thursday on Peacock, and to spill the secret to remembering all his lyrics while starring in the original production of Broadway’s Book of Mormon.

In her most recent “Kellyoke” numbers, the “Christmas Isn’t Canceled (Just You)” singer has also covered Prince‘s “Kiss,” Sharon Van Etten‘s “The End of the World,” “She Used to Be Mine” from Broadway’s Waitress, Rod Stewart‘s “Forever Young,” “Another Day in Paradise” by Phil Collins, and more.

In November, Clarkson tackled Morissette’s “You Oughta Know” in a head-to-head mixtape medley karaoke battle with Ariana Grande during the premiere of the new NBC game show That’s My Jam.

Meanwhile Morissette’s Broadway jukebox musical Jagged Little Pill announced just before Christmas that it would be permanently closing due to the ongoing omicron surge of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Watch Kelly deliver her take on Alanis’ 2002 hit below.

Juice WRLD’s Mother Reveals He Was ‘Ready to Get Help’ Before Fatal Overdose

Carmella Wallace, the mother of late rapper Juice WRLD, has given her first interview about her son following the 2019 overdose that led to his death at age 21.

On Tuesday, Wallace appeared on The Tamron Hall Show to discuss Juice — real name Jarad Anthony Higgins — his struggles with addiction and his desire to get better, despite being surrounded by peers who she believes enabled his bad habits.

“I just felt like his best interest wasn’t being looked out for,” Wallace said. “I think people had their own agendas and they liked the lifestyle. And they were young too, so I have to give them that. They’re young so they don’t see things the way we would see it but I think that he just didn’t have the people in place to tell him to stop or to know [what was really wrong]. He just didn’t have that support system in place.”

Wallace explained that while some of Juice’s peers privately reached out to her with their concerns, none of the rapper’s closest friends came forward about the severity of his issues with drugs. “I told him of my fears of him overdosing and encouraged him to speak to the psychologist I arranged for him to speak with,” she said. “But he was 19 and he knew everything. And the people around him, some of them would reach out to me. But not the inner, inner-circle.”

Later in the interview, Wallace told Hall that she felt Juice was planning to go to rehab. “I could tell there was a difference in him and that he wasn’t doing the lean,” she recalled. “I think he was still doing pills, but he told me he was ready to get help. It was just a special moment. We just had that moment where I just knew he was going to overcome it.”

Wallace penned an emotional letter to Juice on Dec. 2 on what would have been his 23rd birthday.

“When you were born 23 years ago, I never expected that you would not to be here today celebrating your birthday,” she wrote. “Although it has been nearly two years since you’ve been gone, I still think about you every day and losing you has changed my life forever.  I’m glad that we always made sure that we said goodbye when we left each other because we didn’t know when we would see each other again.”

The rapper’s mother continued, “I promise to continue your message of healing and use Live Free 999 as an avenue to normalize the conversation around mental health and substance dependency and help those who suffer in silence.”

Fans were able to take a look into Juice’s life before the overdose in HBO’s Juice WRLD: Into the Abyss documentary, released on Dec. 16. Fighting Demons, Juice’s second posthumous album that Wallace formally announced, arrived a week before the documentary on Dec. 10. The album debuted at No. 1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart and No. 2 on the Billboard 200.