Ed Sheeran And Justin Bieber Duet On A Love Song Called "I Don't Care"

Photos by Pascal Le Segretain, Theo Wargo/Getty Images

Which, wow, same

Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber teamed up for a duet to share all the sweet nothings they feel about their significant others, and it's kinda cute. Named for the exact words that first come to mind when I think about both artists, "I Don't Care" finds Sheeran and Bieber at parties they're not that enthusiastic about attending—luckily the presence of their partners makes it all better.

Sheeran's opening verse references his lack of sense of style, singing, "I'm at a party I don't wanna be at/ And I don't ever wear a suit and tie, yeah," taking his love's hand to dance at the end of the verse, which makes the party a little less dreadful. It's not a song that'll fit into Sheeran's catalogue of funeral-ready tunes, rather something to cheesily sing to your partner when you're already being annoying.

Bieber references his mental health in his solo verse, singing about how loud the party is, "With all these people around/ I'm crippled with anxiety/ But I'm told it's where we're s'posed to be." But his love—presumably wife Hailey Bieber, née Baldwin, though she goes unnamed—makes it so that Bieber "really don't mind," because she's by his side. It appears that Bieber's supposed music hiatus won't be happening right now, but hopefully he is still prioritizing his mental health over new releases.

Listen to the new single below.

Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images

"Shame on you"

After actress Bella Thorne posted her own topless photos following a hacker threatening to release them, Whoopi Goldberg criticized her for having taken them in the first place during a segment of The View. In response, Thorne took to her Instagram stories to call out Goldberg for shaming her body and sexuality and announce that she'd be canceling her interview with The View.

Keep reading... Show less
Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images

Your IG feeds aren't ready for this

A new Infinity Room from artist Yayoi Kusama is headed to New York City later this year. According to Dazed, Kusama will return to the David Zwirner Gallery with a never-before-seen mirrored wonderland from November 9 to December 14.

Keep reading... Show less
Photo by Cindy Ord/Getty Images


Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club is canceled. According to a new report by Page Six, Lohan's MTV reality series will not produce a second season. What's more, Lohan's beach resort on the Greek island of Mykonos, which the show centered around, appears to have also shuttered.

Keep reading... Show less
Asset 7
Photo by Rich Fury/Getty Images, Photo by Miami Dade County Corrections via Getty Images

"Hope you're okay up there," okay

Billie Eilish paid tribute again to XXXTentacion; this time, for the one-year anniversary of his death. In a series of three posts to her Instagram Stories, Eilish remembered the rapper without naming him directly, writing "miss you," "hope you're okay up there," and "long live you" over black, blank screens. The tribute, screen-grabbed by a fan account and first reported on by NME, has already garnered criticism online.

"Up where baby he's in hell," a popular tweet from @vondylantweets wrote. Jokes aside, Eilish's continued support of the rapper and convenient refusal to acknowledge his long history of violent abuse is extremely disappointing.

Last year on the day of his death, Eilish posted a screengrab of a conversation with XXXTentacion captioned, "the strongest human being ive ever known. all you ever did was care." Months later, she played a tribute song for XXXTentacion, and was called out for her disappointing ignorance of his horrifying history of abuse (notably by NYLON).

One day following her first performance of the song, recordings of XXXTentacion admitting to domestic abuse and stabbing nine people were released by Pitchfork. In April of this year, Eilish defended her performance yet again, insisting her right to mourn while still not acknowledging his actions.


You love to see it

Welcome to our third annual NYLON Pride party, which came in two parts: a panel, hosted at The Phluid Project, and a very big, very gay bash, which we threw at the Bowery Electric. It was easily the best Pride party of the year.

Keep reading... Show less