Transcript for Miley Cyrus releases the video for her hit song 'Slide Away'
What do you got? We start off with Miley Cyrus showing the world she's moving on from party life. The "Wrecking ball" singer released her video for her new song "Slide away" which many are taking to be about her painful break up with Liam Hemsworth. You can see her floating in a pool away from the partying crowd. Check it out. I'll go back to the ocean Critics praising the song for its honesty and self-reflection. Justin Bieber is clapping back. He was criticized for an Instagram post. It all started when he posted a photo admiring how his wife looks with no make up. Hailey responded making a girl blush. One Instagram user took issue with the exchange. She said if you really love each other just live and enjoy it without forcing someone to see you're in love. Bieber responded honoring your wife is actually such an amazing respect thing to do. Unfollow me if you don't like their one-year anniversary is next week. That's a good husband. We also love hearing we look pretty without make up. Keep that happening. Singer John Mayer has been busy. He's giving us a glimpse into his process. His new video gives fans a taste of his creative process at home and in the studio as he sings about the need for a woman who brings excitement to his life. Carry me away Mayer is wrapping up his solo tour next week. I feel like in all his videos he's sitting on the couch. This is my creative process. He's got a lot of couches around his house. Finally Justin Timberlake, we know he can bring sexy back. Now he's bringing his acting skills back. He's heading back to the big screen where he'll star in "Palmer." It's about a former college football phenomenon who after a prison stint goes back home and finds himself in charge of a unique young boy. J.T. Has an Oscar nomination for a song from the movie "Trolls." Make an Oscar nomination for his acting. He does it all and really well. He does it all really well. It's kind of annoying. I would like to see Justin Timberlake's creative process. Thank you. Mary, you're back tomorrow. I am.
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