Harry Styles made his solo debut on Friday, April 7, with his track, “Sign of the Times.” Spotify’s technical difficulties slightly hindered the release, but overall, the singer was met with high praise for the powerful ballad. The song makes a statement, proving that Styles’ boy band days are behind him.
Now that we’re past the semester’s halfway point, you might be thinking to yourself “Where does the time go?” To make you feel even older, this week marks the anniversary of many college students’ childhood pop culture staples.
Bachelor Nation can finally take a sigh of relief as bad boy Nick Viall’s season has finally ended. Viall proposed to Vanessa Grimaldi, a special education teacher from Canada. Months after the final rose was handed out, along with an engagement ring, the couple was finally able to enjoy their first public date.
Just when it seemed there was no good news left in the world, Adele surprised us with her marriage. During a concert on Saturday, March 4, in Brisbane, Australia, the artist confirmed that she and longtime partner Simon Konecki said “I do.”
As it gets closer to the premiere of Disney’s live-action film “Beauty and the Beast” on March 17, Disney has begun to tease other upcoming projects to keep fans excited. Donald Glover, also known as Childish Gambino, has signed on to play Simba in the live-action version of “The Lion King.”
Hollywood’s baby bump club grew after Amal Clooney announced she was pregnant with twins, according to several sources confirmed by PEOPLE. As if Beyoncé’s pregnancy wasn’t enough, the music moguls can now have playdates with the Clooneys.
On Friday, Jan. 27, President Donald Trump signed an executive order that will temporarily ban refugees, indefinitely ban Syrian refugees and temporarily ban citizens from several Muslim countries from entering the U.S., according to The New York Times.
On Saturday, Jan. 21, millions of Americans gathered across the world to protest against President Donald Trump’s first day in office. Celebrities, both men and women, joined the women’s march to stand up for women’s rights.
As the end of the year approaches, we can begin to reflect on 2016. As a culture, we followed the highly contested presidential election, saw an outpouring of memes and paid close attention to the whereabouts of Taylor Swift.