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What is life if Imogen Heap cannot perform a slice of her famous fairytale screaming on prime time TV and dads up and down the country cannot tut over newspapers?Pop is full of magical moments of daftness, high-ego, syrup-sweet sentiment and just plain wrongheadedness.They performed light-as-air pop tunes and made things, albeit temporarily, feel softer and clearer. It soothed me in the 1990s via En Vogue’s close harmony singing.It soothed me last night when Pharrell changed the lyrics of “Happy” to inform us Manchester would be “just fine”.Or Justin Bieber attempted to tell the audience that God loves them, burbling on about the big fella above being here, there and everywhere and in their midst.It sounded like a Radio 4 written in a panic en route to Broadcasting House.Many of us knew already of the healing power of pop.
The song began in great gusto led by a little girl, who dissolved into tears at the appearance of Ariana. Lots of high-swoopy lyrics and a determined line about the power of unconditional love. I think we all know deep down that this simply won’t do.There is restorative power in Liam Gallagher showing up to honk through “Rock ’n’ Roll Star” in an orange Paddington Bear fishing jacket or Katy Perry performing her divorce anthem “Roar” dressed like a Snow Queen channelling ’s Big Bird.There is goodness in Niall, the Irish, affable one from One Direction, plink-plonking through innocent pop on a guitar.He posted this pic of himself with Tay backstage at one of her concerts sharing in the caption, "Dear Taylor, Chicago loves you and you're welcome back anytime.Congrats on 2 back to back sold out nights at Soldier's Field of 55,000 people, and thanks for treating my friends so well"Turns out, Tay is also a fan of Chance's work, and was more than willing to take a picture with the Chicago native according to the guy who snapped this adorable pic. Taylor, and all of the internet tbh, watched the video and could not get enough.
Anne was on the red carpet promoting her new movie "The Intern," when she noticed Mariah was standing less than two feet away from her, and completely lost it.