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Music notes: Ava Max, Nick Jonas, Britney Spears and Camila Cabello

Ava Max is the latest Sketchers ambassador, and the “Maybe You’re the Problem” hitmaker teased her new collection on Instagram. The Uno Collection contains ultra colorful sneakers that are now available to purchase. Priyanka Chopra is on vacation with husband Nick Jonas and the two shared...
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Music notes: Lindsey Stirling, Harry Styles, Ava Max, Michael Bublé, Christina Aguilera, Justin Bieber and Nick Jonas

Lindsey Stirling shared some secrets of her “Sleepwalking” music video, revealing the snow machine used in the shot was broken, so she was being blasted in the face with snow! “It was like a blizzard,” she revealed on TikTok. But, like a pro, she kept her eyes open even though they were being “annihilated” by snowflakes!
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Ava Max Responds To Shooting That Happened After Her Performance

Ava Max has released a statement on Instagram in the aftermath of a shooting that took place after her performance during Monday night's Fourth of July fireworks show in Philadelphia. Ava posted the following on July 5th, "I am devastated at the shooting that happened after our show in Philly last night. She ended the statement by rallying for an end to gun violence. "I don't know what this country has come to. Everywhere we go we are terrified. We are traumatized. This needs to end. I pray everyone stays safe in the upcoming shows & events."
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Wawa Welcome America: Jason Derulo, Ava Max, Tori Kelly Perform on July 4th

Editor's Note: A shooting after the concert left two police officers injured and sent people fleeing from the parkway amid the fireworks finale. Welcome America Inc. organizers on Tuesday tweeted thanks to police and emergency responders and said its "committed to creating opportunities for our city to come together and celebrate safely."
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