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Josh Groban Will Release Original New Song 'Evermore' for 'Beauty & the Beast' Soundtrack

New Josh Groban music is on the way, and it will be featured in Disney’s highly anticipated live-action movie Beauty and the Beast!

The 35-year-old singer has recorded an all-new original song titled “Evermore” for the film’s soundtrack and end credits.

The ballad will also be performed by the Beast (Dan Stevens) after he releases Belle (Emma Watson) to be with her father.

“Evermore” was written by Oscar-winning composers Alan Menken (The Little Mermaid, Aladdin) and Tim Rice (The Lion King).

The original motion picture soundtrack will be released by Walt Disney Records on March 10. Pre-order it now on Amazon and other services.

“I’m honored to have recorded a special version of For Evermore for the new movie AND I get to show you this never before seen poster!!! 👹🌹” Josh tweeted. Check it out below!

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Josh Groban Apologizes for Tweet About Mariah Carey's NYE Performance

Josh Groban has deleted a tweet he wrote about Mariah Carey‘s failed performance on New Year’s Eve and he sent out an apology for his comment.

The 35-year-old singer tweeted minutes after the performance aired saying, “Any time one of the greatest voices of my generation lip syncs an angel loses its wings.”

Josh‘s tweet received a lot of backlash from Mariah‘s fans and he ended up deleting it.

“Deleted my tweets about a certain performance because it was made in humor but taken way more meanly than intended. Not out to diss artists,” he said.

Other celebs and tons of people on Twitter reacted to the performance on Saturday night and everyone seemed to be in shock over what happened.

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VIDEO: Josh Groban Surprises Hotel Guests With a Holiday Concert

Josh Groban just gave some hotel guests a special holiday surprise!

The 35-year-old singer showed off his vocal pipes at the Grand Hyatt in New York City earlier this month much to the surprise of some lucky travelers.

Not only did guests get a festive performance from Josh but also dancers, confetti and lots of holiday spirit!

“I LOVED MAKING THIS!! Great teaming with @GrandHyattNYC for this #agrandcarol video. I hope you enjoy!!” Josh wrote on his Twitter before sharing the video.

Check out the whole thing go down below…

Josh Groban Celebrates Opening Night of 'Natasha, Pierre'

One of the hot new musicals on Broadway this season is Josh Groban‘s show Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812, which just held its opening night!

The 35-year-old singer makes his Broadway debut alongside actress Denee Benton, who you might recognize from her work on Lifetime’s UnREAL.

The two stars hit the red carpet for the opening night celebration on Monday (November 14) in New York City.

Later in the week, Denee got into the holiday spirit by joining Swarovski for the star raising ceremony at the Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Re-Writes 'The World Was Wide Enough' For Broadway For Hillary Event - Read the Lyrics!

Lin-Manuel Miranda raps on stage during a performance with Renee Elise Goldsberry at Hillary Clinton‘s Broadway fundraiser “Stronger Together” on Monday night (October 17) at the St. James Theatre in New York City.

The 36-year-old Broadway star and his Hamilton co-star performed in addition to Neil Patrick Harris, Jon Hamm, Jake Gyllenhaal and Josh Groban.

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During Lin-Manuel and Renee‘s time on stage, they performed re-written version of “The World Was Wide Enough” from Hamilton, where they gave fans some instructions of how to support Hillary.

“You register to vote and it’s on! Post that Hillary sign up on your lawn… Call some undecides with your crew, your cousins in Ohio, maybe try to flip them blue,” Lin-Manuel rapped.

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Sienna Miller & Bennett Miller Couple Up at U.S. Open Finals!

Sienna Miller sits in a private box with her boyfriend, director Bennett Miller, at the finals of the 2016 U.S. Open on Sunday (September 11) at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City.

The couple was joined in the box by Peter Sarsgaard, Josh Groban, Debra Messing, and James Spader, among others.

Also spotted in the crowds at the match were Damian Lewis and Kevin Spacey (with his manager Evan Lowenstein).

Sienna starred in the movie Foxcatcher, which was directed by Bennett. He previously was linked to Ashley Olsen.

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Celebs Slam Wells Fargo for Ads Discouraging the Arts

Celebs are upset with Wells Fargo after the bank released an ad that seemingly discouraged teenagers from pursuing the arts as careers.

The advertisement for a Teen Day later this month shows two kids in a classroom. The caption for the girl reads, “A ballerina yesterday. An engineer today. Let’s get them ready for tomorrow.”

The caption for the boy reads, “An actor yesterday. A botanist today. Let’s get them ready for tomorrow.”

Lots of celebs, including many in the Broadway community, immediately took to Twitter to shoot down the idea that one cannot pursue the arts. There were also many jokes made about how Wells Fargo is featured in the musical The Music Man!

Read what people like Paul Wesley, Josh Groban, and Tony winners Laura Benanti and Cynthia Erivo are saying:

The company eventually released this apology statement: “Wells Fargo is deeply committed to the arts, and we offer our sincere apology for the initial ads promoting our Sept. 17 Teen Financial Education Day. They were intended to celebrate all the aspirations of young people and fell short of that goal. We are making changes to the campaign’s creative that better reflect our company’s core value of embracing diversity and inclusion, and our support of the arts. Last year, Wells Fargo’s support of the arts, culture and education totaled $93 million.”

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