Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines for Nov. 4 are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. Country singer Kacey Musgraves paid homage to her home state of Texas for Halloween. The "Rainbow" songstress, 31, donned a classic Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader costume with feathered hair and pom-poms. She posted several photos to Instagram, captioning the first batch "D A L L A S C I R C A '75." The costume included a blue crop-top paired with a white vest and shorts, all featuring blue stars.
Kacey Musgraves, the future of country music, has released a new video for her song "High Horse." Like the song itself, which blends disco queen vibes with country twang, the video is a mashup, alternating between a killer karaoke party and an office day dream. And not just any office, but a throwback full of '70s-style burnt orange, wood paneling, popped collars, and plenty of smoking--not to mention some sleazy male co-workers, complete with bad combovers. There are some subtle nods in the video to the #MeToo movement, as one creepy, mustachioed colleague tries to put his arm around Musgraves and sips from a coffee cup branded with the words "Mustache Rides." But Musgraves' character confidently dismisses his behavior, singing "I think we've seen enough."
Country music singer Kacey Musgraves urged fans in Chicago to chant'somebody f--king do something' following the mass shootings in Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas. Kacey Musgraves isn't giving much thought into being lightly scolded during a chance encounter with Prince Harry where the country star broke royal protocol while greeting the Duke of Sussex. Musgraves recently recalled crossing paths with Harry at the Royal Variety Performance in 2015 and unforgettably giving Harry, 35, a high-five – to which the "Slow Burn" songstress immediately drew admonishment for the loose greeting. A photo, sealing the faux-pas in time, shows Harry and Musgraves having a laugh while exchanging high-fives. Country star Kacey Musgraves greeted Prince Harry with a high-five after the Royal Variety Performance at the Albert Hall on November 13, 2015 in London, England.
Country music singer Kacey Musgraves urged fans in Chicago to chant'somebody f--king do something' following the mass shootings in Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas. However, that didn't stop the country music superstar from firing off a witty response to a hater on Twitter who sent a rude remark in her direction on Sunday. "I liked your music but your personality seems sh--ty," the user wrote, prompting the 31-year-old singer to quip back, "it is," before pinning the tweet to her user profile for all to see when they visit her account. The six-time Grammy-winning songstress has never shied away from keeping it real with herself or her fans. In October, the "Golden Hour" singer admitted that she drew inspiration for two songs -- "Slow Burn" and "Mother" -- off of her Grammy-winning album from hallucinogens.
Country music singer Kacey Musgraves urged fans in Chicago to chant'somebody f--king do something' following the mass shootings in Dayton, Ohio, and El Paso, Texas. Kacey Musgraves is sharing the inspiration behind two of the songs off of her Grammy-winning album "Golden Hour." While she didn't get into too many specifics, Musgraves disclosed to W Magazine that "Slow Burn" and "Mother" were inspired by hallucinogens. "I was sitting on the porch, having a good, easy, zen time," Musgraves explained in the video. "I wrote it down on my phone, then I wrote the songs the next day with a sober mind."