Aw! Christina Aguilera's Daughter Joins Her On Stage for a Beautiful Moment. Christina Aguilera had a very special guest join her on stage at her Tuesday night show in St. Louis, Mo. While performing her hit "Beautiful" at the Peabody Opera House, the singer had her 4-year-old daughter, Summer Rain, sit beside her. Even though the five-time Grammy winner is used to performing in front of crowds, it looks like her little one had a bit of stage fright. "Summer begs me to come out every night onstage!" the proud mama wrote alongside a video of their sweet mother-daughter moment. "And then gets shy...but loves it...she's taking it all in early..." To make her daughter more at ease, Aguilera gently stroked her hair and held her close. She also invited the audience to sing along. "Beautiful, Sum! You hear that?" Aguilera excitedly said as her youngest listened with protective headphones over her ears. "Aw, I love you guys." At one point, Aguilera informed her little one the song was actually older than she was -- two years, in fact. "Summer, this was way before you were born," she said. "Mommy was wearing Chucks." Watch the video to see the beautiful moment. Summer isn't Aguilera's only child. The star also has a 10-year-old son named Max. Balancing motherhood and her Liberation Tour isn't always easy. "Tonight wasn't easy getting here," she said last month during her concert at Radio City Music Hall in New York, per People. "Summer was not happy about tonight's performance at all, but she finally went to bed. My 4-year-old is dying for me to be offstage so she can spend time with me and my oldest is like, 'Can I go home and play Fortnite now?' I'm like, 'Ugh... thanks.'" However, she'll soon be able to spend even more time with her kids. Her tour ends Nov. 13. (Eonline)

One of Ariana Grande's famous exes is beyond thrilled he didn't make the cut for her new hit song about past romances ... so much so, he couldn't contain his sense of relief. We got Nathan Sykes of The Wanted Wednesday at LAX, where we asked how he felt about not being named in Ari's song "thank u, next" ... which name-checks the likes of Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez, Mac Miller and, of course, Pete Davidson. Nathan, who dated Ariana briefly in 2013, hasn't heard the track yet ... but after we described it, he breathed a genuine sigh of relief. Seriously, you have to see his reaction -- pure joy. The song's basically about what AG's learned from each of her ex-BFs. So, we had to ask Nathan what HE learned from her. We're not saying he shaded her -- he actually showed Ariana a lot of love here -- but let's just say there was a looong pause after our question. As for her being single now? Nate's good. (TMZ)

Offset's upcoming album makes Cardi B cry. Cardi B couldn't be prouder of husband Offset. The Bronx rapper, 26, gushed about her husband's upcoming album on Twitter Tuesday, admitting it even made her cry. "I'm loving hubby album ... It's a very deep album..Intro made me cry twice" she wrote. The still-untitled album is due out Dec. 14, Offset, 26, announced early Tuesday morning. It'll be the third solo release from one of Migos' three members since the release of the trio's latest album, "Culture II" in late January. The first record, Quavo's "Quavo Huncho," debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 when it was released last month. While Takeoff's "The Last Rocket," which debuted last Friday, has been greeted by rave reviews. (PageSix)

Reggaeton sensation Karol G's Hollywood performance was allegedly a serious smash for one of her fans, who claims Karol's hired muscle roughed her up backstage. Karol played at Avalon Hollywood Tuesday night, and sources tell us, afterward a female fan was invited backstage with friends. At some point, they spotted Karol and her BF, rapper Anuel AA, leaving the club. We're told the fan lined up for a chance encounter, but that's when -- out of nowhere -- a security guard rushed at her and allegedly grabbed her arm and started shaking it aggressively. The guard kept telling the fan no photos or video were allowed backstage, and the fan said she hadn't taken any. During the scuffle, she claims the security guard twisted her wrist until her phone fell ... at which point, security started scrolling through it. We're told he found nothing. We're told the security guard left with the phone, but the fan got it back hours later. Law enforcement sources tell us the fan filed a report with LAPD for simple battery. We've reached out to Karol G's team ... so far, no word back. (TMZ)

Jason Bernard Announces Exit From Pulse Music Group. Jason Bernard is departing from Pulse Music Group to form a new entertainment venture. The veteran executive served as COO and head of the management arm of Pulse, founded in 2007 by record producer Josh Abraham and songwriters Scott Cutler and Anne Preven. In future, Bernard will represent several of his current songwriter/producer and mixer management clients, including Tim Pagnotta, Grammy nominee Tommy English, and Grammy-winning mixers Tony Maserati and Adam Hawkins. "I'm beyond proud of what we've accomplished as a team at Pulse, and truly appreciative of the time spent with colleagues and partners whom I deeply respect," Bernard comments in a statement. "Getting to witness what this company has become from inception is an experience that I don't take for granted. I'm excited to continue representing the caliber of creatives I've been fortunate enough to work with, while having the opportunity to develop new partnerships and ventures throughout the industry." Pulse Music Group is active in music publishing, management and music services, and currently boasts more than 25 staff. Bernard continues as a shareholder in Pulse's publishing division, the so-called core of the company. He'll remain with Pulse through the end of the year, before focusing his efforts on his new business. (Billboard)


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