Transcript for Paul McCartney's social media post believed to be about his next album
Right now we cannot wait for "Pop news" and here is Lara and riva. Good morning. Hi, you guys. Looking pretty in pink there, robin. I must have gotten the cue. Great to see you all. We'll begin with sir Paul Mccartney getting a little cheeky with his social media getting fans whipped into a frenzy that he could be teasing a new album. The beatles legend posted mysterious pictures on Instagram and Twitter. Here's one of them. It's a mushroom, three mushrooms then this one, three flowers. And then a single rose picture and it had an emoji of three dice, people. Hmm. Eagle-eyed fans notice spotified added a dice animation to previous Mccartney albums on the streaming site. Fans have deduced this must mean the release of Mccartney 3, a follow-up album to Mccartney 1 released in the 1970s and released 40 years ago in 1980, and telling "Gq" the quarantine had one positive, I had a few little things to write and gave me time to finish songs I hadn't gotten around to. I believe we have a case closed here. No official release yet. But fans online speculating this new music will drop in December, my money is on the fans. Then we have Miley Cyrus to talk about who isn't being quite as coy as sir Paul. She is just coming right out and saying it as Miley does, she's making new music, people, her choice of genre may surprise you. I want you to think Miley the metal head. Yes. Cyrus telling designer Rick Owens for "Interview" magazine we're working on a metallica cover album. So lucky to continue to work on this. At first it felt uninspiring now I've been totally ignited. That's exciting. Miley ignited is a good thing. She's shown her love for the hair bands rocking out to their "Nothing else matters" at the 2019 glastonbury festival in the uk. No word yet on when her album will be released. Then finally a little pup news investigation for you. Come on. You ready? I need your help. We'll find out which doggie did let's consult the video. Shall we? As Molly writes in her post who the heck got into the powdered doughnuts. Was it this guy or this guy or was it suspect -- nope, wasn't three but could it have been this guy? Busted! Busted. That is chewy. He did not need to confess to the confectionery crime. After cracking the case Molly posted this video with two simple words, people, guilty dog. But a happy dog. He'd do it again. I know. He would do it again. That tail wagging. Thank you, riva and Lara. Now the "Gma" cover story
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