Dave Meyers/Republic RecordsAriana Grande has finally acknowledged that she's going through a difficult time right now, and is taking a break from social media.
Tuesday, Ariana taped NBC's A Very Wicked Halloween Special, celebrating the 15th anniversary of her favorite musical, Wicked. In an Instagram Story post captured by Peoplemagazine, she wrote, "Ok today was v special and i’m so grateful i was able to be there. Time to say bye bye again to the internet for just a lil bit.”
She then continued, "It’s hard not to bump news n stuff that I’m not trying to see [right now]. It’s very sad and we’re all tryin very hard to keep going. love u. and thank u for bein here always."
Ariana and fiancé Pete Davidson reportedly called off their engagement over the weekend.
At the A Very Wicked Halloween Special taping, Ariana performed the song "The Wizard and I," and posted a photo of herself with Idina Menzel, who originated the role of Elphaba the witch in Wicked on Broadway. "If y’all told me ab any of this fifteen years ago..." Ariana captioned the picture. The Wicked special airs on October 29.
Additionally, TMZ reports that while Ariana was performing, she very purposely wore a small adhesive bandage strip on her ring finger to cover up a tiny tattoo that reads "pete." Of course, she was no longer wearing her engagement ring, either.
Meanwhile, according to Entertainment Tonight, Pete Davidson pulled out of a comedy gig at Temple University Wednesday for “personal reasons.”
Solaiman FazelThis has been a good year for Janet Jackson when it comes to getting big, honorary awards.
Following her Billboard Music Icon Award, the BMI R&B/Hip-Hop Icon Award, the 2018 Radio Disney Impact Award and the Black Girls Rock! Rock Star Award, Miss Jackson will now be named a 2018 Global Icon at the MTV European Music Awards.
Janet will perform a medley of her greatest hits on the telecast, including her latest single, “Made for Now.” The telecast will air live from Bilbao, Spain on November 4,
The 2018 MTV EMAs, hosted by Hailee Steinfeld, airs at 9 p.m. CET and across MTV's global network of channels in more than 180 countries.
Mert & MarcusNow that Taylor Swift has decided to speak out about politics, she isn't stopping with just an endorsement: She's now encouraging fans to take advantage of early voting.
While November 9 is officially Election Day, Taylor has taken to Instagram to remind fans that, depending on your state, you can vote early if you can't make it to the polls on the 9th.
Next to a photo of her toes painted red, white and blue, Taylor writes, "Something I wish I knew about when I was 18 and voting for the first time: EARLY VOTING. It makes it so quick and easy to go and cast your vote before November 6."
Referring to her adopted home state, she adds, "Early voting starts TODAY in Tennessee and goes to Nov 1. You can check out your state’s early voting dates at the link in my bio."
As previously reported, Taylor endorsed Democrat Phil Bredesen for Senate and Jim Cooper for House of Representatives in Tennessee. She said the voting record of Republican candidate Marsha Blackburn "appalls and terrifies me."
NBC/Trae PattonThe battle rounds continued Tuesday night on The Voice, as teammates from Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson’s teams went head-to-head for the right to advance to the next stage in the competition, a night that also saw Jennifer and Kelly each stealing an artist for their teams.
Each coach enlisted the help of a guest adviser during rehearsals: CeeLo Green for Team Adam; Keith Urban for Team Blake; Thomas Rhett for Team Kelly; and Halsey for Team Jennifer.
Here are the highlights of Tuesday night's show:
Powerful gospel singer Kymberli Joye and duo OneUp, representing Team Kelly, faced off against each other on “Mercy,” by Brett Young. Both Clarkson and her adviser, Thomas Rhett, were floored with their performance in rehearsal. After some minor tweaks, Kelly, who chose the song for its “pure passion,” predicted the trio would deliver “the performance of the season.” It ended up being a tough choice for Kelly, who picked Kymberli. She moves on to the knockout rounds. OneUp was eliminated.
Next up, Adam, along with his adviser and “spirit animal” CeeLo Green watched as 15-year-old Anthony Arya take on the more seasoned Steve Memmolo for a bluesy cover of “Aimee,” by Pure Prairie League. Ultimately, Adam opted for experience, declaring Memmolo the winner. He moves on to the knockouts, but so does Arya, who was stolen by Jennifer.
Team Blake’s gravely-voiced soulful singer Chris Kroeze went toe-to-toe with Mercedes Ferreira-Dias, who got Shelton to turn his chair after failing to get any of the coaches to turn for her last season. They battled on Steve Winwood’s “Back in the High Life.” Blake and his advisor, Keith Urban, felt the two vocalists matched up perfectly, but had a few suggestions on how each of them could step up their games. How well each “put our notes into motion,” said Blake, would decide the winner. Blake ended up picking Chris, based on his incredible range. Mercedes was sent packing.
Finally, Mike Parker and Natasha GreyCloud, representing Team Jennifer, duked it out on John Mayer’s “Gravity,” with Hudson explaining that she wanted to “bring the soul out of both of them.” Mike, in her opinion, had the “instincts,” but needed to “own” them. Natasha, on the other hand, had a range, but “wasn’t letting it all out.” Jennifer declared the battle a tie, but went with Mike for "strategic" reasons. He moves on to the knockouts, as does Natasha, who was scooped up by Kelly.
Also advancing to the knockout rounds on Tuesday were Team Adam’s Tyke James, defeating Jarred Matthew; and Katrina Cain, from Blake's team, who beat out Rachel Messer.
The Voice returns with more battles Monday night at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
Andrew Lipovsky/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty ImagesForgive the pun, but Marshmello is on fire. The deejay/producer has scored a top-10 hit with his Bastille collabo "Happier" and the video for his 2016 single "Alone" just passed a billion views. Marshmello's also collaborated with Selena Gomez, Khalid, Logic and Anne-Marie, but working with others hasn't made him any more willing to show his face. Anne-Marie reveals that the whole time they were working on their big hit "Friends," Marshmello refused to remove his trademark helmet.
"It's funny because when I first meet people, I wear sunglasses because I get anxiety, and then when I get comfortable, I take them off," Anne-Marie tells ABC Radio. "And I was like, waiting for when he was gonna take his off. Like 'Are we comfortable yet?' But nah."
In fact, Anne-Marie says she's never seen Marshmello's face in real life, and he didn't ask her to call him by his real name, either. Still, the British singer says she thinks he's great.
"I think he's a really incredible person, he's very humble and very talented," she says. "I just think all of the songs that he's released this year...like, how he's catered to the artists that he's worked with, I think is really inspiring."
From October 20 through November 9, Marshmello will be playing various clubs in Las Vegas. He then travels overseas for some European dates, and in December, he'll return to the U.S. for radio holiday shows.
Meanwhile, Anne-Marie, who's spent the last few months opening for Ed Sheeran in North America, kicks off a tour of the U.K. November 19.
ABC/Paula LoboLiam Payne could be paying a visit to your school campus. He’s the latest musician to participate in Chegg Music 101, the campus takeover contest sponsored by Chegg, the Student Hub.
Chegg has teamed up with truth, the tobacco prevention campaign, to give one U.S. college or high school campus the chance to win an appearance by the singer.
"Music and the arts are so vital to campus life, and I am delighted to be part of CheggMusic101, to highlight its importance," Liam says in a statement. "And it's great to do this in partnership with truth, since they share the facts about tobacco and encourage young people to use their creativity to make an impact on the issue in their communities.”
Liam will take over a classroom and participate in a Q&A with students, as well as treat them to a private concert.
Chegg will also award the winning school with a $10,000 David B. Goldberg Music Grant for the music department at their school.
Students can start nominating their campus now by visiting Chegg.com/Music101. The contest runs through November 13.
Interscope RecordsSongs by top artists that appeared in movies over the past year have been nominated for The Hollywood Music in Media Awards, which honor "musical excellence in visual media."
In the Original Song -- Feature Film category, Lady Gaga's hit duet with Bradley Cooper, "Shallow," is nominated. So is "For You (Fifty Shades Freed)," the duet performed by Liam Payne and Rita Ora for the movie of the same name. "Revelation," performed by Troye Sivan for the movie Boy Erased, is another nominee in this category.
In the Original Song -- Documentary category, "I'll Fight," performed by Jennifer Hudson for RBG, a documentary about Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, is nominated.
In the Original Song -- Animated Film category, "Finally Free," written and performed by Niall Horan for the movie Smallfoot, is nominated.
In the Original Song -- Sci Fi, Fantasy or Horror Film category, "All the Stars," performed by Kendrick Lamar and SZA for Black Panther, is nominated.
In the category of Soundtrack Album, A Star Is Born is nominated, as are the soundtracks for Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again, Fifty Shades Darker, Deadpool 2 and Black Panther.
The 2018 Hollywood Music in Media Awards will be held November 14, and a portion of the proceeds will go to music education.
Now that Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson have reportedly called off their engagement, it's time to split up the property.
A source confirms to E! Online that Ariana has returned the $100,000 engagement ring that Pete bought her a few months ago. "She did give the ring back," dishes the insider. "She ended the engagement and felt that was the right thing to do. They are not 100% split but things are very up in the air."
Adds the source, "She just knew they had to make a change and it wasn't a good situation the way it was going."
However, TMZ reports that Ari will get custody of the couple's pet pig, Piggy Smallz. According to TMZ, she's the one who bought the pig, so she's keeping it, even though Pete actually got a tattoo of the tiny porker on his torso.
Meanwhile, Ariana has assured her fans that she still plans to take part as scheduled in NBC's upcoming salute to the 15th anniversary of the Broadway musical Wicked.
Posting a photo of the special's script -- which reveals that she'll be singing "The Wizard and I," she wrote, "Honored to be included in this celebration of 15 years of my favorite musical of all time wouldn’t miss it for the whole universe."
On her Instagram story, she posted a behind-the-scenes photo of herself wearing Wicked-green lipstick, and wrote, "Can't believe I almost let my anxiety ruin this for me today!!! Not today satan! Not tomorrow or the next day either not no more u can suck my big green d***."
She added, "[Gonna] sing my heart out and be a big walking vessel of love bye."
Ricky Vigil M/GC ImagesJustin Bieber's fiancée/wife Hailey Baldwin -- we're not 100% sure which she is at this point -- is featured in the new issue of Harper's Bazaar, and while the article is ostensibly focused on her and her fashion career, of course, Justin's name comes up.
After being congratulated about her July engagement, Hailey tells the magazine of her fiancé, "He is incredible. He crushes everything. Every song, every feature. It’s crazy to see what he does. I’m always blown away."
Hailey also tells Harper's Bazaar that while she has many tattoos and wants more, she's "keeping space for my kids' names" -- so apparently she and Justin are planning to start a family at some point.
Justin's name also comes up in a promo for the new season of Apple TV's Carpool Karaoke: The Series. In the promo for the episode featuring Hailey and her pal Kendall Jenner, both girls are hooked up to a lie detector while sitting in the front seat of a car. They ask each other questions as the technician sits in the back seat and monitors their answers.
Brian Bowen SmithMeghan Trainor will be spending at least part of her Thanksgiving in Dallas, performing during halftime during the Cowboys' annual Turkey Day game.
The Dallas Cowboys' Thanksgiving game marks the official kickoff of The Salvation Army's annual Red Kettle Campaign, which collects money for Christmas toys for children, shelter and meals for the homeless and hungry, and other social service programs.
Meghan will perform live at AT&T Stadium when the Cowboys take on the Washington Redskins. In a statement, she says, "I am so honored and excited to be performing...to kickoff the 128th Red Kettle campaign."
"More than 40 million people live in poverty, and the money raised during the Red Kettle Campaign helps The Salvation Army give those in need a chance at a new life," she adds.
Last year's campaign raised just over $144 million dollars. Since the campaign partnered with the Cowboys in 1997, nearly $2.4 billion has been raised. This year, in addition to donating online or throwing money into those ubiquitous red kettles, you can ask Amazon Alexa to "donate to the Salvation Army," or text KETTLES to 91999.
Wes and AlexNow that the original version of Maroon 5's "Girls Like You" video has racked up more than one billion views, it's time for Volume 2.
The band has released an alternate version of the video that, like the first, features Adam Levine singing as various famous and notable women appear behind him, including Ellen DeGeneres, Millie Bobby Brown, Gal Gadot, Sarah Silverman, Camila Cabello, Mary J. Blige, Jennifer Lopez, Elizabeth Banks, Tiffany Haddish, gymnast Aly Raisman, YouTube star Lily Singh, race car driver Danica Patrick, and Adam's wife, Behati Prinsloo.
So what's the difference? Basically, the women appear in a different order and are shown doing different things, some of which are goofy and silly. For example, J-Lo tweaks Adam's ears and Tiffany Haddish jumps on top of him. At the end, instead of hugging Behati and their daughter Dusty Rose, Adam just hugs a solo Behati and kisses her neck.
The song "Girls Like You" is #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 for a fourth week, and has been number one on Billboard's airplay-based Radio Songs chart for 12 straight weeks. That's the longest-running song on that chart by any duo or group this century.
Maroon 5 just wrapped up their Red Pill Blues tour in New York City, but they'll be back out on the road in 2019.
FilmMagic via ABC/Jeff Kravitz/AMA2018One of today's hottest female singer/songwriters is teaming up with an iconic '80s female singer/songwriter for a holiday benefit.
Bebe Rexha will join Cyndi Lauper on the bill for the eighth annual Cyndi Lauper & Friends: Home for the Holidays concert, taking place December 8 at New York's Beacon Theater. The annual event raises money for Cyndi's charity, the True Colors Fund, which works to end homelessness among LGBTQ youth.
The show is hosted by original Queer Eye star Carson Kressley. Other acts on the bill this year include former 10,000 Maniacs frontwoman Natalie Merchant, singer/songwriter Regina Spektor, rapper A$AP Rocky, blues legend Charlie Musselwhite, and former Grey's Anatomy star SaraRamirez.
Tickets for the event go on sale this Friday, October 19 at noon, ET via Ticketmaster.
Michael Kovac/Getty Images for ELLE MagazineLady Gaga is soon to be a married lady.
The singer confirmed her engagement to boyfriend Christian Carino Monday night at Elle’s 25th annual Women in Hollywood Celebration in L.A.
Gaga, who was being honored at the event, thanked “my fiancé Christian” during her speech.
She and the 49-year-old talent agent were first confirmed to be dating in February 2017, and earlier this month it was rumored that the two were engaged. Gaga was previously engaged to actor Taylor Kinney before they split in 2016.
Also in her speech Monday, Gaga emotionally discussed sexual assault and mental health. She explained that her decision to wear an oversized Marc Jacobs pantsuit to the event was one of female empowerment.
“As a sexual assault survivor by someone in the entertainment industry, as a woman who is still not brave enough to say his name, as a woman who lives with chronic pain, as a woman who from a very young age who was conditioned to do what men told me to do, I decided today I wanted to take the power back,” she said. “Today I wear the pants.”
Trae Patton/NBCThe Voice aired its final blind auditions during the first half of Monday’s two-hour episode, with coaches Adam Levine, Blake Shelton, Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson each looking to complete their teams.
The battles kicked off the second half of Monday’s show, with coaches getting help from the following advisers: Keith Urban for Team Blake; Thomas Rhett for Team Kelly; and Halsey for Team Jennifer. Members of Team Adam, assisted by former Voice coach CeeLo Green, will take the stage on Tuesday.
Here are the highlights of Monday night's show:
The blind auditions:
Emily Hough, 16, is a Petersburg, Illinois native, who has been singing at local events since she was seven-years-old. Her rendition of Joni Mitchell’s “Big Yellow Taxi” coaxed Adam, Blake and Jennifer to turn their chairs. Emily picked Adam, who declared the teen was “as A-team as it gets.”
After performing in a Christian boy band and landing a short-lived record deal, Tennessee native Josh Davis now focuses his energy on secular music. His take on Sam Smith’s “Too Good at Goodbyes” got Kelly and Jennifer to turn around. However, Adam and Blake, fed up with the way the ladies argued, pleaded their cases for them. Blake, speaking on JHud's behalf, noted she’s a triple threat, winning an Oscar, Tony and Grammy. Adam touted Kelly as “a beast, vocally.” Levine -- or Clarkson, rather -- won the battle.
Blake and Jennifer also completed their teams: Shelton nabbing electro-pop singer Katrina Cain, who delivered a slow, soulful version of Fleetwood Mac’s “Rhiannon;” and Hudson with Matt Johnson, who covered “Never Too Much,” by Luther Vandross.
Here's how the teams stacked up at the end of the blinds:
Team Adam: Anthony Arya, DeAndre Nico, Fousheé, Funsho, Jake Wells, Jarred Matthew, Natalie Brady, RADHA, Reagan Strange, Steve Memmolo and Tyke James.
Team Blake: Caeland Garner, Chris Kroeze, Dave Fenley, Joey Green, Kameron Marlowe, Kayley Hill, Keith Paluso, Kirk Jay, Mercedes Ferreira-Dias, Michael Lee and Rachel Messer.
Team Jennifer: Audrey Bartholomew, Colton Smith, Franc West, Kennedy Holmes, Lela, MaKenzie Thomas, Mike Parker, Natasia GreyCloud, Patrique Fortson, Tyshawn Colquitt and Zaxai.
Team Kelly: Abby Cates, Chavell Shepherd, Claire DeJean, Cody Ray Raymond, Delaney Silvernell, Erika Zade, Kymberli Joye, Mikele Buck, OneUp, Sandyredd and Sarah Grace.
Sandyredd and Cody Ray Raymond, representing Team Kelly, duked it out on Solomon Burke’s “Cry to Me,” from the Dirty Dancing Soundtrack. Kelly, thought the soulful, but edgy song would “slow Sandyredd down a bit” and “get a little more passion out of Cody.” Clarkson’s advisor, Thomas Rhett urged Sandyredd to showcase the lower part of her vocal range, while Kelly suggested Raymond do enough to wow people, without getting lost in the song. Kelly declared Cody Ray the winner. He advances to the knockout round. However, Sandyredd also moves on as part of Team Jennifer, who prevailed over Adam and Blake.
Next, Team Blake's Michael Lee and Joey Green, were pitted against each other on Bonnie Raitt’s “The Thing Called Love,” in a battle the two buddies dubbed a “Texas Showdown.” Blake’s advisor, Keith Urban warned Lee about being “too in control of his voice” and “let it go.” Green, according to Urban, was too laid back and needed to look like he’s “working for it.” Michael won the night, according to Blake. He advances to the knockouts, while Joey heads home.
Team JHud’s Colton Smith battled Patrique Fortson on Blake Shelton’s “God Gave Me You” to close out the show. Jennifer and her adviser, Halsey, wanted to hear each singer seize his moment. After the performance, Jennifer noted both artists were “superb” and deserved to continue, but declared Fortson the winner. He moves on to the next round.
Blake didn’t let Smith go home though, explaining that Colton took his song to a level he couldn’t. Colton advances to the next round as part of Blake's team.
The battles continue Tuesday night at 8 p.m. ET on NBC.
Raphael Dias/Getty ImagesMaroon 5 is enjoying their fourth straight week at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 with their smash "Girls Like You." Guitarist James Valentine says the band can hardly believe they've managed to rack up another number one hit at this late stage in their career.
As James tells ABC Radio, "We were just so blown away by the success, because being so 'advanced' into our career -- that's a nice way to say 'we're old!' -- I don't think any of us expected to have a Hot 100 #1 again, just because it's so competitive. So we're just beyond stoked."
Maroon 5 wrapped up its Red Pill Blues tour Monday night at New York's Madison Square Garden, and James says it's been a blast performing "Girls Like You" live.
"It's been a great feeling," he says. "Every time we've got a song like 'Girls Like You'...that turned out to be a huge hit, you can just feel the air in the room change, once you go into those opening notes."
Also making the tour fun, James says, was the set list.
"Just because now every song we play is a song that's a single, it feels like it's a different sort of show at this point," he explains. "It's a greatest hits sort of set, which we've never been able to do before. But if you stick around as long as we have, you can start to do that!"
During the tour, Verizon's Up Rewards program customers enjoyed the show from a special pit right in front of the stage. The fans were so close to them, James jokes, that every night, they had the opportunity to "get some of Adam [Levine]'s sweat!"
Maroon 5 will end the year with two Las Vegas shows December 30 and 31.
Ben WattsFor the eighth year in a row, Rob Thomas will play a series of solo concerts to raise money for his charity foundation, Sidewalk Angels.
This year's shows will take place at the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, NJ on January 18, 19 and 20. The public on-sale date is October 19 at 10 a.m. ET, but fan club members can get access to tickets tomorrow, October 16 at 10 a.m. ET.
In addition to regular tickets, there are several VIP packages available that include goodies like exclusive merch, meet-and-greets, the chance to get a photo with Rob, and the chance to attend his soundcheck and a Q&A session.
These benefit shows usually feature Rob playing more stripped-down versions of his hits and telling the stories behind them.
Rob and his wife, Marisol, who've been married for 19 years, established The Sidewalk Angels Foundation to support and fund no-kill animal shelters and animal rescues across the U.S. It also works with homeless shelters where families can get support and not have to give up their pets.
Noel Vasquez/Getty ImagesJustin Bieber's been looking gloomy lately, while his ex-girlfriend Selena Gomez is seeking treatment for a so-called "emotional breakdown." According to People magazine, Selena is upset about Justin, and Justin's upset about Selena...maybe.
A source tells People that Selena "isn't over" Justin, so news of his engagement and alleged marriage to Hailey Baldwin "threw her off guard and hit her hard.”
But wait. Another source close to Selena tells People that Selena's breakdown -- which came after she suffered medical problems connected with her lupus and kidney transplant -- had nothing to do with Justin's news.
"She’s also been dealing with other stressful situations and being back in the hospital was really difficult and brought back tough memories,” claims the source. "It’s not fair to say this caused it or that caused it because depression and anxiety is so layered...it's been a combination of things."
As for Justin, a source close to the singer tells People, "It’s hard for him to hear that [Selena] isn’t doing well.” And another source claims, "He was extremely upset over what has happened to Selena. He feels like she is part of his life and he wants her to be happy and healthy.”
However, the source says the reason that Justin was spotted crying while spotted out with Hailey last week wasn't because of Selena.
The Bieber source tells People, "Justin had a bit of a rough week, but was doing better over the weekend...Like most people, he has his ups and downs...he feels bad that Selena isn’t doing well, but that has nothing to do with his gloomy mood a few days ago.”
ABC/Image Group LADua Lipa has a big hit out now with "Electricity," her collaboration with Silk City. But this week will bring yet another collaborative single release from the British star.
"Kiss and Make Up," Dua's collabo with the all-female K-Pop band BlackPink, will be released this Friday, October 19. It's one of the new tracks on the re-release of her hit debut album.
She tells Access Hollywood, "It's a song I wrote a year ago but I wanted to do a collaboration with someone...and I recently met the girls in Seoul, and I was just like, 'Ohmigod, would it be crazy if I just sent them a song to see if they liked it and if they wanted to sing on it?'"
She adds, "They were very quick with the response -- they were like, 'Yeah, let's do it!' and they just quickly went and recorded it and changed some of the lyrics to Korean...and that was really it!"
Dua is also working on her second album, and she tells Access Hollywood, "It's coming along really well, I've been writing quite a bit."
"The second I started writing, I'm itching to get it out," she continues. "But it feels more conceptual, this one, so I really wanna make sure it's perfect before I put it out into the world."
FilmMagic for dcp via ABC/Jeff Kravitz/AMA2018Mariah Carey has finally announced a title and release date for her long-awaited new album.
She posted a video on social media showing herself walking down a long staircase in a gown, with her son Moroccan Cannon playing on the steps above her. "The name of my new album is called Caution -- and when's it coming out, Rocky?" she asks him.
"November 16thhhhh!" he yells as he runs down the stairs.
Caution will be Mariah's first album of original material since 2014's Me. I Am Mariah... The Elusive Chanteuse. So far she's released two songs from the forthcoming record: "With You" and "GTFO."
iamcosmic/Atlantic RecordsIn a new video for her duet with Bazzi, "Beautiful," Camila Cabello perfectly embodies the first line of the song: "Hey, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful, beautiful angel."
In the clip, filmed in New Orleans, Camila pulls up to the landmark restaurant Muriel's in a horse-drawn carriage. She's wearing a white gown, mask and a pair of angel wings. When she goes inside, there's a party going on and Bazzi is there. He spots her, and immediately starts following her through the place, but she keeps on eluding him.
After climbing up several stories, he spots her below on the dance floor, seemingly making the couples on the floor freeze as she moves by them. They come face to face, they touch, and the restaurant around them disappears, leaving them standing in a forest.
Bazzi finally removes Camila's mask, they look into each other's eyes...and then suddenly, they're back in the ballroom and the clock is striking midnight. Camila vanishes, leaving just a single white feather behind.
Camila and Bazzi toured together earlier this year.