Bruce Springsteen, Tove Lo, & Pharrell Lead The Best Looking Instagrams Of The Week - February 17
Thu, 16 Feb 2017 10:11:03
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The stars were all over Instagram this week, which shouldn't be a surprise to anyone. After all, this past week was one of the biggest in the industry with the GRAMMYs happening on Sunday night. Artists also turned out on screens across the globe on Valentine's Day to show their love for their special someones. Bruce Springsteen shared a photo of him and his wife, Patti Scialfa, with guitars in hand. Tove Lo, meanwhile, celebrated personal affection with a touching moment.
Did we forget to mention that it is also fashion week? The stars have been running all over New York for the past several days. Pharrell has been showing off some pretty slick duds over on his Instagram, including a pretty sick toile pair of pants. Meanwhile, another one of New York's finest, Lorde (yes, she is from New Zealand, but currently resides in NYC) gave us an up close and personal look of her reflection.
Here are the top Instagram images of the week:
Alexis Krauss was getting amped in a black number.
In celebration of Valentine's Day, he took a much needed bath.
Nothing says "Love Me Do" like a nice glass of milk.
Getting the best out of New York Fashion Week.
At the tender age of 20, Lorde is doing some reflecting.
Diplo was on the decks earlier this week, and Justin Bieber couldn't miss being inches from the action.
Is there anything better than doing what you love with the person you love the most?
Tove Lo knows that one must love themselves first.
Steve Aoki certainly seems to have enjoyed his time with James Coden.
Dillinger Escape Plan
"By now I'm sure many of you have already heard the news, but we wanted to communicate to you all directly. Not just to express the fact that nobody is in critical condition, but to express our gratitude to the fans who have seen us or who were going to see us on this tour, the crew who was also in the accident with us and part of why things have been going so smoothly, the various promoters and venue staff, Live Nation Poland who have been so helpful in the last 38 hours, the many police and medics and emergency workers who came to the scene, the hospital workers, and the friends and family who have reached out to us personally since yesterday morning. We were in the middle of playing some of our favorite shows we've ever played, and having a better time on and off stage than we have in a long time. We were ripped out of sleep at 8:25AM to what still feels like a lucid nightmare. The cacophony of metal bending and things breaking and people screaming and what felt like being hit by a missile. Without going into detail, not everyone is out of the hospital yet, some of us are hurt worse than others. Questions like why did this happen, why are we alive and others not, why are the people from the Bay Area fire dead, why at all is anyone here or not. What the hell is all of this. Remember how valuable life is. We are all lucky to be alive. To just have any time at all. Anyway, thanks to you all for caring. We were truly having an amazing time and we're blessed to have you all, such a high caliber group of people. It's been an honor to play these shows, but we unfortunately have to cancel the remainder of them. We will reschedule every one that we can, and we'll update more when we can. - Greg, Ben, Liam, Billy, Kevin"
Dillinger Escape Plan were involved in an awful looking car crash. Thankfully, they are all alright.
—The ARTISTdirect Staff