Sep 17, 2020
Keith Urban, Pink perform ‘One Too Many’ for the first time at 2020 ACM Awards
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Keith Urban and Pink set the 2020 Academy of Country Music Awards stage ablaze when the two collaborated for one of many performances by country music’s standouts Wednesday evening.
Urban, 52, who adopted master of ceremony duties for the 55th annual affair, and the “Beautiful Trauma” songstress, 41, joined forces in a big way for their showing of “One Too Many,” which they premiered at the show.
The virtual performance in front of green screen backgrounds drew praise from many on social media who felt the song married their voices perfectly.
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“Great song!! Those two together just blend so good!!” tweeted one fan.
While another echoed the sentiment, writing, “Just as you are able to do with a multitude of instruments Keith, you achieve incomparable magical harmonies! Pink, I've been an admirer of you both for years&as you have grown&musically evolved filling lyrics with the truth of your souls.”
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Keith Urban, left, and Pink premiered 'One Too Many' at the 2020 ACM Awards on Wednesday in Nashville, Tenn. (CBS)
Urban used his pull as this year’s host to debut “One Too Many,” which will appear on his upcoming album, “The Speed of Now, Part 1.”
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Meanwhile, Pink continued her presence of turning out for country shindigs as a pop performer as she previously collaborated with Kenny Chesney on his 2016 song "Setting the World on Fire" and Chris Stapleton also joined her on "Love Me Anyway" on her 2019 album “Hurts 2 B Human.”Julius is an LA Entertainment Reporter for Fox News.
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Billie Eilish announces premiere date for Apple TV+ documentary
Get ready to see a lot more of Billie Eilish.
The 18-year-old singer, who has been notoriously hush-hush about many aspects of her private life, announced the premiere date for her forthcoming AppleTV+ documentary feature film, called “Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry.”
Directed by R.J. Cutler (“The September Issue,” “The War Room”), the documentary is slated to premiere in theaters and on Apple TV+ in February 2021.
The five-time Grammy winner released her debut album “WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO?” in 2019 and followed it up this year with the official James Bond theme song “No Time To Die” for the forthcoming film. She also debuted a song, “My Future,” at the 2020 Democratic National convention.
In the trailer to announce the documentary, a very young — and blonde — Eilish can be seen smiling while sitting at a piano, playfully slapping some of the keys while giggling. It’s the only snippet showing Eilish in documentary, which she has said makes her feel “terrified.”
“I’ve seen no part of it,” she told NME of the documentary in January. “I’m terrified. I’m freaked out. They’ve been filming since like July of 2018 … Who has that much footage of them that they’ve never seen? I’m terrified.”Billie EilishKenneth Cappello; YouTube/AppleTV+
Eilish, who is known for donning baggy clothing to hide her body, sent fans into a frenzy in March during a concert when she showed a video on the jumbotron of her stripping down as a protest to body shaming. She also released a short video in May called “Not My Responsibility” calling out haters.
“If I wear what is comfortable, I am not a woman,” she says in the video. “If I shed the layers, I’m a slut. Though you’ve never seen my body, you still judge it and judge me for it. Why?”
The young star also has been very open about her struggles with mental health, opening up about suicidal thoughts that led to her hit song, “Everything I Wanted,” and her obsessive fanbase, which has led to her filing at least one restraining order.Filed under billie eilish , documentaries , music documentaries , 9/28/20