In the final part of Selena Gomez’s web-series “Postcards from the Road” she talks about how much she’s learned from her South American fans.
In the clip she performs “Who Says” for her Sao Paulo fans and talks about how they inspire her to be a better performer.
Selena Gomez is absolutely terrified of Justin Bieber fans after receiving so many death threats from the jealous mob of preteens! Perez Hilton reports that the Biebs has tried to soothe his girlfriend but she’s still worried for her safety.
Bieber, you’re king of twitter! A public tweet condemning fans that threaten other people’s lives would probably do the trick!
Selena’s newest single, “Who Says,” is supposedly in retaliation to all the ‘haters’ the Disney star has had the misfortune of recently acquiring.
Go Selena! Fight off those haters and ride on a white horse into the sunset with the Biebs by your side!
John Mayer is back with a new album and a 2010 tour, according to the musician’s website, johnmayer.com.
Mayer’s new album, Battle Studies, is due out on Nov. 17. Mayer will then go on a tour to support the album in the Winter of 2010. Mayer has already released one single from the new album, called “Who Says.” Physical and digital presale orders for the album are being accepted until Nov. 10.
Mayer will also be playing a select few upcoming CD release concerts, including one on Nov. 24 at Toronto’s Sound Academy. This small tour also includes stops in Australia and New York.
You can see Mayer on tour in 2010 here:
With a new album due out in November, John Mayer has announced two charity shows that will take place during the holiday season, according to johnmayer.com. Mayer will perform with the John Mayer Trio, which is made up of himself, bassist Pino Palladino, and drummer Steve Jordan.
The Trio will be playing at San Diego’s Copley Symphony Hall on December 29, and at Las Vegas’ The Joint at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino on New Year’s Eve. All ticket proceeds for both shows will go to Military Outreach Ministry Camp Pendleton, a not-for-profit organization that supports young military families, and the Veterans Health Research Institute, an institute that investigates such issues as the causes and best treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder and other war-related injuries.
Ticket prices for the San Diego show are $60.50 (US), and prices for the Las Vegas show range from $96.00 – $226.00 (US). Tickets for both shows went on sale on Saturday. Mayor Hawthorne and The County will be opening for Mayer.