Transcript for Taylor Swift to embark on 2 'Lover Fest' music festivals
Right now you don't want to miss "Pop news" with Lara Spencer. Indeed, lots to talk about. Good morning to you and to you. We begin with Taylor Swift announcing that she's taking her album "Lover" to the stage, everybody. But, but, but this is not a giant stadium tour instead she's doing something different. She wants to host two shows that feel more like a music festival. Lover fest. The lover fest will take place over two day, two different stadiums, one in L.A. And one in Massachusetts. Taylor taking to svitolina yesterday saying the "Lover" album is open field, it's sunsets and summer. I want to perform it in a way that feels authentic. I want to go to some places I haven't been and play festivals so she's doing it. Lover fest tickets go on seam October 14th. More dates in the U.S. And around the world expected soon. I think is sounds great. Looking forward to it. Great idea. And now gird your loins, Chicago. Miranda priestly is on her way to the windy city. The highly anticipated muse cam based on "The devil wears Prada" is heading to the big stage, everybody. Very excited about that. It will first make its premiere in Chicago this summer. No cast announced yet. We do know the music created by none other than sir Elton John, everybody. Ooh. Yes. Guy in the front row, big thumb's up. Sir Elton says of the opportunity I can't wait to sink my musical teeth into this hunk of pop culture and that's a the musical will follow the same story as the best-selling book and hit movie starring Meryl Streep and Anne Hathaway but with, quote, a fabulously fresh makeover. Looking forward to that coming this summer in Chicago. I can see that. Robin, Michael, this one is for you, a special opportunity for fans of "Downton abbey." Oh, yeah. I'm just not letting this go. So the highly anticipated "Downton abbey" movie opens this Friday. Now fans seek a more immersive experience can go stay in the actual "Downton abbey" -- it's called highclere castle. It will be available to rent on airbnb for one night and one night only on November 26th. The entire 300-room castle will be 150 pounds, two people, 300 rooms, have at it. You know what I'm saying. I believe your opportunity is October 1st. So go on airbnb, check that out and finally, check this guy out. In the background of ESPN's college gameday on Saturday, look closely. Carson king holding a special sign, look there to the right or at least my right hoping to raise beer money for his tailgate. It read Busch light supply needs to be replenished along with Carson's actual venmo account and before you know it the beer money was flowing. Listen up. Come on. I thought, you know what would be kind of a funny thick to do for a sign then I was like, well, maybe some guys will give me a couple bucks and I can buy a case of Busch lattes. They call them Busch lattes. When it hit $6,000. What. He is a good king. He announced he would donate all the money less one case of beer to the Iowa children's hospital. It gets better. Good-hearted fans sent money. Eventually robin totaling $27,000. Wow. Venmo and Busch light offering to match those donations, $81,000 going to that children's hospital. Well done. I know. Because I was giving you a momma look. Why are we celebrating this beer sign? There's a good reason. That's "Pop news."
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