Psy Takes a Big Risk With Next Single
Korean star Psy has every reason to be nervous about his next single, due to be released in April. After all, his breakthrough single racked up nearly 1.4 billion views online – so no pressure then.
Making the announcement in his trademark glasses, Psy used YouTube – the video platform that made him famous – to release a few tantalising details of a massive concert in Seoul next month where he would perform his new song live.
“There’ll be a new single, worldwide, all at the same time. And I’m gonna do a concert… you can see it live, on YouTube. Just for you,” he said.
It’s an unusual move to say the least. Traditionally record labels would test the waters for months before releasing a new single.
By unleashing it on the entire world simultaneously he must be supremely confident of his chances.
Tickets for the concert, called Happening, are on sale now.
Kelly Osbourne Released From Hospital
After spending five days in hospital, Kelly Osbourne has been allowed home after her dramatic collapse on the set of her US TV show Fashion Police last week.
Doctors have reassured her that the epilepsy-like seizure she suffered was “most likely a one-time episode”.
“Doctors ran numerous tests and determined that this was most likely a one-time episode of which there are no conclusive results. She is looking forward to returning to Fashion Police this week and getting back to business and life as usual,” her spokesperson said.
Osbourne, who had tweeted photographs of her on a drip from her hospital bed, again took to the social networking site to thank those who helped her.
“Thank you to all the doctors, nurses, medical staff & employees at Cedars-Sinai Hospital for fixing me enough to go home!”