Who Dat Making Headlines: The summer of music

Who Dat Makin' Headlines: The summer of music

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - "I can't get this song out of my head." Does that line sound familiar?

Chances are the next time you're laying beachside, you might be singing a song from Spotifys summer playlist.

If predictions are right, Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop the Feeling" will be in the top ten. The streaming music service bets Ariana Grande's "Into You" and Drake's "One Dance" will also be among your faves.

Spotify gathered research from its users, experts and social media to round out the top hits.

Tracks from Calvin Harris, Fifth Harmony, Desiigner, Jason Derulo could become hits over the next few months.


A Disney favorite "Mary Poppins" returns with actress Emily Blunt.

The iconic movie's sequel will take place in depression-era London and will follow a grown up version of the children from the original.

Poppins will use her magical touch to help the family "rediscover the joy and wonder missing in their lives."

Blunt will fly high into theaters Christmas Day 2018.

Never say never?

This week was a special one for Rolling Stone's guitarist Ronnie Woods.

The star welcomed twins at the age of 68 on Memorial Day.

Before the arrival of his twin baby girls, he tweeted this picture of him and dog with the caption "waiting."

Wood has a total of six kids, adding Gracie Jane and Alice Rose to the bunch.

Sally, 37 years old, is his third wife and is younger than his oldest child.

Other celebs who have had kids in their 60's include Paul McCartney, Rod Stewart, and Robert De Niro.

Wood's oldest child will be 40 this year.

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