Welcome to this week’s Roundup, where you can check out the biggest stories in music and movies throughout the world! Here are this week’s top stories.

Panic! At The Disco reaches out to family of fallen fan

On December 28, three little girls, Hannah, Norah and Jude Bishop were involved in a car wreck that resulted in critical injuries. On New Years Day, Jude passed away.

A day later, the girls’ mother reached out to Panic! At The Disco on Facebook, a band that the girls loved and had tickets to see at their show at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena later this month. The mother asked if it would be possible for the group, including frontman Brendon Urie, would be able to visit at the Vanderbilt Children’s Hospital ahead of the show. 

Just days later, the band took to social media to thank fans who had shared the news with them and diverted attention to the grieving family’s GoFundMe page. 

To help out the Bishop family, you may visit their GoFundMe page here. 

Golden Globes kick off awards season

Hollywood’s drunkest evening took center stage on Sunday night as the 76th annual Golden Globes honored amazing achievements in film and television. 

The Kominsky Method took home the Globe for Best Television Series – Musical or Comedy, while The Americans’ final season earned them the award for Best Television Series – Drama. 

On the film side, Green Book took the win for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. Bohemian Rhapsody’s win for Best Motion Picture – Drama closed the night. 

For a full list of winners, please click here. 

Coachella Lineup Announced

Last Tuesday, Coachella announced its stellar 2019 lineup. The annual music festival takes place of two weekends: April 12-14 and April 19-21. The headliners include Childish Gambino, Ariana Grande and Tame Impala. Here’s the full lineup below ↓

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Jordan Peele debuts ‘Us’ trailer

After an Oscar-winning debut film, writer and director Jordan Peele is returning this year with a second film, simply titled Us. 

The trailer debuted on Christmas Day and will star Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o alongside Winston Duke, Elizabeth Moss, Evan Alex and Shahadi Wright-Joseph. To see the full trailer, see it below ↓


  • This week’s movie releases: A Dog’s Way Home, Replicas, The Upside
  • This week’s recommended tracks: Sunflower by Swae Lee & Post Malone, Crossfire by Brandon Flowers, Best Part by H.E.R.