Who Dat Making Headlines: Beyonce adds tour stop in New Orleans, Timberlake releases new single

Kristi Coleman: Who Dat Making Headlines

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - More fans will get a chance to get into formation with megastar Beyonce'.
Queen Bey added eight shows to the Formation World Tour due to demand. Among the added shows is a third New York area performance, along with a second L.A. gig. Also second shows have been added in Santa Clara, Calif., Houston, Atlanta, and Philadelphia, with a stop in New Orleans.

After Beyonce's many visits to New Orleans and constant use of the city's imagery, fans were upset she did not include a show in the first round of tour dates. The Formation World Tour will stop at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Sept. 24.

Presale tickets started Thursday. General public tickets go on sale May 13.

Justin Timberlake drops a hot one

Finally, new music from Justin Timberlake.

In more than two years, Timberlake blessed fans with a new single "Can't Stop the Feeling." Can we go ahead and claim this as our summer anthem already?

The song will reportedly be on the soundtrack for the animated film " Trolls." Timberlake voices a character in the film.

See the full video below.

Mother's Day love from Britney Spears

Britney Spears writes a touching letter to her sons ahead of Mother's Day.

In the essay, she shares advice about life, love, and dreams writing, "I pray as a mother I teach you strength and passion to carry through the struggles in the world."

Spears says Preston and Jayden are her "masterpieces."

Read the full essay here.

T-Swift on Top

There's no stopping singer Taylor Swift.

Billboard names Swift the highest-paid musician of 2015. The "Shake It Off" singer took in a whopping $73.5 million thanks to her 1989 World Tour.

Kenny Chesney landed the second spot with the Rolling Stones placing third on list.

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