Miley Cyrus Surprises Las Vegas Shooting Victim With Special Message: ‘I’m thinking about you all the time’

A big Miley Cyrus fan received a heartwarming message from her idol on Tuesday.

The “Malibu” singer, 24, sent Las Vegas shooting victim, Katrina Hannah, a sweet video message, which was shown to her on Tuesday by one of Katrina’s friends, according to ABC 7.

“Hi Katrina, this is Miley,” the singer said in the video. “I’ve heard about you from so many wonderful people. Your name got to me from so many friends, some contestants on The Voice.”

“They said that you’re a huge fan, and I just wanted you to know that I’m thinking about you all the time,” Cyrus continued. “Sending all good, healing, and peaceful vibes to you, all your family and your friends. I hope you’ll feel better soon and just want you to know that you’ll be on my mind and on my heart. See ya!”

Katrina, who was injured at the Route 91 Harvest festival, saw the message from her hospital while wearing a neck brace. She was shot twice while at the festival — once in the shoulder, and once in the neck.

According to ABC 7 reporter Elex Michaelson, Cyrus saw a previous story written about Katrina and sent her the message. Katrina is now back in California with her family.

While watching the video, Katrina immediately gasped and began to cry as she heard Cyrus’ message to her.

Earlier this month, Cyrus sang Dido’s 2013 single “No Freedom” alongside Adam Sandler on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon in honor of the victims of the tragic Las Vegas shooting.

Gucci Mane and Keyshia Ka’oir’s Lavish Wedding Cake Came Close to Outshining Her Extravagant Wedding — See the Pic!

Keyshia Ka’oir’s extravagant wedding dress was almost given a run for its money by her and Gucci Mane‘s wedding cake.

Following the couple’s lavish $1.7 million ceremony, the rapper, 37, shared a photo of their multi-tiered wedding cake on Instagram Wednesday.

The sparkling white cake towered over Mane, who stands at 6’2” — he even needed a sword to cut through it.

Complete with white, delicate roses as the frosting, the cake was made up of four double-tiered layers with crystals dangling from each section so that it resembled a dramatic chandelier – perfect for the “diamonds and crystals” theme of their nuptials.

“Cake double my size,” Mane wrote in the caption.

The Atlanta-based rapper and the beauty-fitness entrepreneur married Tuesday at the Four Seasons in Miami, Florida, which was televised on BET.

 

While the cake was blinged out, of course, there was no beating the bride’s custom Charbel Zoe Couture gown.

For the ceremony, Ka’oir wore a beaded, long-sleeve gown with leaf-like embroidery that gathered into a feathery skirt and train.

She accessorized with a crystal headpiece, blinding drop earrings and a bouquet made of what appears to be (and what we’re hoping is) real diamonds.

She later changed into another heavily embellished dress by Yousef Aljasmi, which was just as over-the-top as her ceremony gown.

Ka’oir’s dressed turned every head in the room, but so did her outfits leading up to the wedding. For her bachelorette weekend in Las Vegas, the bride-to-be dressed up in a see-through lace bodysuit with a frilly, tiered skirt, matching garter belt and feathered gold masquerade mask.

Her rehearsal dinner dress wasn’t laid back, either. The duo wore matching bright red outfits, with Ka’oir in a ballgown with an embellished bodice and Mane wore a red suit with layers of diamond necklaces.

Taylor Swift’s Enemies Beware: ‘Reputation’ Filled With ‘Obvious’ Disses To Kim, Katy & More

Taylor Swift is about to take down the people who have wronged her the most in her new album ‘Reputation.’ Sources say her latest project is jam-packed with disses for Kim Kardashian, Katy Perry and more.

Liz Gillies Says Ariana Grande Wants a Victorious Reunion — But Does Victoria Justice?

Liz Gillies, star of the CW’s Dynasty reboot, has her eye on another fan-favorite reprise that could one day reunite her with Ariana Grande.

It’s been over seven years since Victorious last aired on Nickelodeon, and if it were up to Gillies the cast would return to Hollywood Arts.

“I’m so down. I keep speaking out of turn and saying I’m ready to do one tomorrow,” the actress, 24, recently told PEOPLE Now’s Jeremy Parsons and Andrea Boehlke.

RELATED STORY: Ariana Grande and Victoria Justice Stage a Cozy Victorious Reunion

Gillies played Jade West on Dan Schneider’s popular Nick show for 57 episodes from 2010 – 2013 alongside costars Grande and Victoria Justice.

“I think everybody’s down. I think we unanimously had a Twitter thing where somebody, I think it might’ve even been Ari, she’s like ‘I want to do this reunion, who else is down?’” Gillies said, adding, “And we got even extended cast members to agree to it.”

In May, Grande, who played Cat Valentine, practically started a Victorious revolution when she tweeted that the show deserved a proper series finale.

Back in March 2016, on the six-year anniversary of the show, Schneider teased fans, tweeting Victorious still had “#Possibilities.”

Grande was previously reunited with Daniella Monet (Trina Vega), Leon Thomas III (Andre Harris), Avan Jogia (Beck Oliver), and Matt Bennett (Robbie Shaprio) at her 23rd birthday party in June 2016.

Dynasty airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on The CW.

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Liz Gillies Says Ariana Grande Wants a Victorious Reunion — But Does Victoria Justice?

Liz Gillies, star of the CW’s Dynasty reboot, has her eye on another fan-favorite reprise that could one day reunite her with Ariana Grande.

It’s been over seven years since Victorious last aired on Nickelodeon, and if it were up to Gillies the cast would return to Hollywood Arts.

“I’m so down. I keep speaking out of turn and saying I’m ready to do one tomorrow,” the actress, 24, recently told PEOPLE Now’s Jeremy Parsons and Andrea Boehlke.

RELATED STORY: Ariana Grande and Victoria Justice Stage a Cozy Victorious Reunion

Gillies played Jade West on Dan Schneider’s popular Nick show for 57 episodes from 2010 – 2013 alongside costars Grande and Victoria Justice.

“I think everybody’s down. I think we unanimously had a Twitter thing where somebody, I think it might’ve even been Ari, she’s like ‘I want to do this reunion, who else is down?’” Gillies said, adding, “And we got even extended cast members to agree to it.”

In May, Grande, who played Cat Valentine, practically started a Victorious revolution when she tweeted that the show deserved a proper series finale.

Back in March 2016, on the six-year anniversary of the show, Schneider teased fans, tweeting Victorious still had “#Possibilities.”

Grande was previously reunited with Daniella Monet (Trina Vega), Leon Thomas III (Andre Harris), Avan Jogia (Beck Oliver), and Matt Bennett (Robbie Shaprio) at her 23rd birthday party in June 2016.

Dynasty airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on The CW.

PEOPLE NOW streams live every day at 8:30 a.m. EST from Time Inc. headquarters in New York City, and rebroadcasts at 11:30 a.m. EST.

WATCH: Jason Aldean & CMT Artist of the Year Honorees Open 2017 Show with Message of Hope

CMT transformed this year’s CMT Artists of the Year special from a formal awards show to a night of hope and healing.

Following devastating hurricanes and the tragic mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest music festival in Las Vegas, honorees Jason AldeanLuke BryanFlorida Georgia Line‘s Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, Chris Stapleton and Keith Urban used Wednesday’s event to send heartfelt messages directly to their fans from Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center.

The six men opened the 90-minute special with speeches of hope and unity after Andra Day and Little Big Town dedicated a moving musical tribute of Day’s hit “Rise Up” to all who have suffered tragedy this year.

“Music can be so powerful and we’ve never needed it more than we do right now,” Bryan, 41, began the intro segment. “Music moves us. Music brings us together. And tonight music can be a part of the healing.”

Then, Stapleton shared: “From Las Vegas to Puerto Rico, from Florida and Texas to Charlottesville and California, the entire nation is trying to process these devastating events. But on this night, one that we usually celebrate a year of music, we also want to celebrate a year of incredible human spirit. A spirit that we see in our fans every night.”

Hubbard, 30, and Kelley, 32, continued the emotional presentation by reminding fans of the strength of country music amid tragedy.

“The character of country music fans is obvious to us all. We see it all the time. When the natural disasters strike, you step up to lend a helping hand and open your hearts and wallets for those in need,” Kelley said before Hubbard shared, “During tragedies like Las Vegas, so many people — from concertgoers to first responders who risked their own lives for total strangers — it’s in those moments, those acts of courage and heroism, that bring light to even the darkest times.”

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Also, Urban, 49, reminded the audience and viewers the true purpose of the night.

“In some small way tonight, we want to thank you for your resolve and perhaps lift your spirits just for a moment. We hope to remind you that everything we go through, we can get through when we stick together,” he said.

Aldean, 40, closed out the segment with a somber statement, reflecting back on the Route 91 Harvest Festival, the outdoor country music gathering where he was performing before a gunman killed 58 people and injured 489.

“We’ve been tested beyond our worst nightmares the past few months. Heartbroken doesn’t even begin to explain how some of us feel,” he said. “But we have proven time and again in this country that we have the power to overcome anything that threatens our way of life or our freedom. We dedicate this night to you and to everyone who’s experienced loss or tragedy in the past few months. Like Keith said, we will get through this together.”

 

WATCH: Jason Aldean & CMT Artist of the Year Honorees Open 2017 Show with Message of Hope

CMT transformed this year’s CMT Artists of the Year special from a formal awards show to a night of hope and healing.

Following devastating hurricanes and the tragic mass shooting at the Route 91 Harvest music festival in Las Vegas, honorees Jason AldeanLuke BryanFlorida Georgia Line‘s Tyler Hubbard and Brian Kelley, Chris Stapleton and Keith Urban used Wednesday’s event to send heartfelt messages directly to their fans from Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center.

The six men opened the 90-minute special with speeches of hope and unity after Andra Day and Little Big Town dedicated a moving musical tribute of Day’s hit “Rise Up” to all who have suffered tragedy this year.

“Music can be so powerful and we’ve never needed it more than we do right now,” Bryan, 41, began the intro segment. “Music moves us. Music brings us together. And tonight music can be a part of the healing.”

Then, Stapleton shared: “From Las Vegas to Puerto Rico, from Florida and Texas to Charlottesville and California, the entire nation is trying to process these devastating events. But on this night, one that we usually celebrate a year of music, we also want to celebrate a year of incredible human spirit. A spirit that we see in our fans every night.”

Hubbard, 30, and Kelley, 32, continued the emotional presentation by reminding fans of the strength of country music amid tragedy.

“The character of country music fans is obvious to us all. We see it all the time. When the natural disasters strike, you step up to lend a helping hand and open your hearts and wallets for those in need,” Kelley said before Hubbard shared, “During tragedies like Las Vegas, so many people — from concertgoers to first responders who risked their own lives for total strangers — it’s in those moments, those acts of courage and heroism, that bring light to even the darkest times.”

Don’t miss a beat of country music news, photos and videos! Click here to get all this and more in the PEOPLE Country Newsletter.

Also, Urban, 49, reminded the audience and viewers the true purpose of the night.

“In some small way tonight, we want to thank you for your resolve and perhaps lift your spirits just for a moment. We hope to remind you that everything we go through, we can get through when we stick together,” he said.

Aldean, 40, closed out the segment with a somber statement, reflecting back on the Route 91 Harvest Festival, the outdoor country music gathering where he was performing before a gunman killed 58 people and injured 489.

“We’ve been tested beyond our worst nightmares the past few months. Heartbroken doesn’t even begin to explain how some of us feel,” he said. “But we have proven time and again in this country that we have the power to overcome anything that threatens our way of life or our freedom. We dedicate this night to you and to everyone who’s experienced loss or tragedy in the past few months. Like Keith said, we will get through this together.”

 

Chris Young Joins the Opry – and Brad Paisley Is There to Tease Him In

Brad Paisley was obviously delighted to be the one to induct Chris Young on Tuesday night into the Grand Ole Opry – among country’s highest honors – but earlier in the day, Paisley wasn’t about to let it go to his friend’s head. At least not just yet.

After Young texted to say how much he appreciated Paisley for “wanting to be the one to induct me,” country’s jokester couldn’t resist.

“Yeah, man,” Paisley texted back. “I called the Opry two or three times but I couldn’t get them to change their minds, so I figured I might as well show up.”

Young, 32, laughed as he told the story backstage just moments before his induction. “Brad just brought me back to reality perfectly,” he said.

And yet it still was a pretty perfect reality.

Young’s induction at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry House was the culmination of a lifetime of idolizing one of country’s most hallowed institutions. Some of Young’s earliest memories, at age 4 or 5, were listening to the Opry on the radio. His beloved grandfather deepened Young’s passion for the Opry stars’ music with his collection of 45- and 78-rpm records. Growing up in nearby Murfreesboro, Young started attending the Opry by the time he turned 7 or 8. Once as a boy, he got Little Jimmy Dickens to notice him from his seat. Another time, he presented Loretta Lynn with flowers.

Cliches were made just for moments like this: Becoming an Opry member really was Young’s dream come true.

“Is there anything that I feel like I could put over this for relevance and the amount of how big an honor it is to be asked to be a member of the Grand Ole Opry?” Young asked during a press conference, then answered: “No.”

The big moment finally arrived during the show’s last segment. But first he had to perform, and for two of his five songs, he veered dramatically from his set list to pay homage to the history-making moment: He delivered the Marty Robbins classic “Devil Woman” – with a surprising touch of falsetto – in honor of his grandfather, who was seated in the audience. Another choice, “When You Say Nothing at All,” paid homage to Keith Whitley, “one of my favorite artists, pretty much of all time.”

Paisley, 44, was still in a teasing mood when he finally took the stage for the formal induction.

“Raise your right hand … repeat after me,” he deadpanned.

Young was momentarily flummoxed. “Just kidding,” Paisley said, flashing a smile. “We don’t actually do that.”

The Opry member effortlessly switched gears to welcome Young into the Opry family. “Chris is one of those people that will make the most of this,” he told the crowd, and then to Young: “You are a great guy. I say that with all my heart. You folks probably only have had the pleasure of meeting him or watching him on TV. You may not know him that well, but this is a great human being. That’s what the Opry needs.”

Membership, Paisley explained, means “you will have a home on this stage the rest of your life. You can come out and sing any song you want to sing, and we will be so proud to have you here.”

“I love you,” Paisley added, “and I can’t wait, for you to be – I guess I get to say this … Chris Young is the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry.”

Young took the trophy, topped with a small microphone, and pressed it to his lips as the crowd stood and cheered. When words finally came, they were brief. “I don’t know exactly what I’m supposed to say – something not stupid, probably,” Young said. “So it’s the two best words I can think of … ‘thank you.’”

During a commercial break, Young rushed the trophy to his mom, Becky Harris, who was seated in one of the pews at the back of the stage, handing it to her for safekeeping. She clutched it and wept as she watched her son joyfully belt out one last song, “Think of You,” with duet partner Cassadee Pope.

Once the curtain fell, a bounty of hugs, congratulations and photo-taking awaited Young, but there was still one more formality: affixing a small plaque, engraved with his name, among the others on display at the artists’ entrance backstage.

Beaming, Young took a screwdriver and twisted in the two screws, then stood to soak in the fact that his name now resides among Dickens’ and Lynn’s and all the rest. He took one hand and softly stroked his name a few times. Yes, he really was a member of the Grand Ole Opry.

Young’s big week continues with the debut of his seventh album, Losing Sleep, on Friday. This week he also announced his Losing Sleep World Tour, which kicks off Jan. 11 in Indianapolis.

Did Lana Del Rey Write 2012 Song ‘Cola’ About Harvey Weinstein?

Lana Del Rey‘s 2012 song “Cola” was reportedly inspired by Harvey Weinstein, the New York Post’s Page Six reports.

According to the outlet, the original lyrics to the track, were: “I got sweet taste for men who are older / It’s always been, so it’s no surprise / Harvey’s in the sky with diamonds / And he’s making me crazy / I come alive, alive / All he wants to do is party with his pretty baby … I know your wife, and she wouldn’t mind”; however, when Weinstein got wind of the track, Del Rey tweaked “Harvey” to “Ah, he’s.”

An entertainment source also told Page Six that the song is ironic, Del Rey was not interested in the film producer and that she wrote the song when Weinstein pursued her and “she rebuffed him she had a boyfriend.”

A rep for Del Rey did not respond to PEOPLE’s request for comment.

The 32-year-old Del Rey (born Elizabeth Grant) worked with Weinstein, 65, in the past: She wrote two songs (“Big Eyes” and “I Can Fly”) for the 2014 film Big Eyes, produced by The Weinstein Company.

Earlier this month, The New York Times and The New Yorker published bombshell stories, in which they alleged Weinstein has sexually harassed and sexually assaulted women in the entertainment industry for decades. Since, more than 50 women — including Angelina Jolie, Gwyneth Paltrow and Cara Delevingne — have revealed having similar experiences with the movie mogul. Weinstein has denied all allegations of nonconsensual sex.

Weinstein has since been fired from The Weinstein Company and booted from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. And on Oct. 10, his wife, Marchesa designer Georgina Chapman, revealed she was leaving Weinstein; the pair share two children, ages 7 and 4.