Florence Welch and Calvin Harris upset about Conservative Party playlist These are external links and will open in a new window Image caption Florence Welch and Calvin Harris took to Twitter to voice their disapproval Florence Welch and Calvin Harris have complained about their music being used at the Conservative Party conference. Both musicians said they did not approve of their songs being played and were not happy about it. Prime Minister Theresa May took to the stage for her speech to the music of Harris's 2016 Rihanna collaboration This is What You Came For. "I do not support nor condone happy songs being played at such a sad event," Harris tweeted. Florence Welch from Florence and the Machine also tweeted that the use of her version of You've Got The Love was not approved and "nor would it have been had they asked". She added: "If the Conservative Party could refrain from using our music in future." The Conservative Party has not yet responded to a request for comment. The political party is able to play music without gaining express permission as the conference centre is a public space and the artists will be paid royalties. Harris and Welch are far from the first acts to complain about their music being used at political rallies. Last year, artists including Adele, REM and Aerosmith complained that Donald Trump had used their music as his events.
Taco Bell Is Launching a Clothing Line with Forever 21 You’ll soon be able to wear your fast food pride on your sleeve—literally. Taco Bell is teaming up with Forever 21 to launch a fashion line which they promise to be “hotter than Diablo Sauce.” We would be frauds (FRAUDS!) if we didn’t admit to kind of loving bargain clothing that displays a love of tacos. The line, which comes out on October 11, includes a millennial pink pullover sweatshirt with the “Live Mas” logo embroidered on it and a tank top inspired by a fire sauce packet. So far, the only items we’ve seen are those two pieces—modeled by Brittany Creech and Andrew McBurnie, super fans who you may remember bucked tradition and shot their senior portraits at Taco Bell . RELATED: The Most Outrageous Taco Bell Menu Items of All Time The fast food chain says the line will also include tops, bodysuits, cropped and regular hoodies, sweatshirts, and anorak jackets. According to the press release, the pieces are “updated with pops of color and distinctive illustrations that effortlessly bring the heat.” WATCH: Crunchwraps From The Couch: Taco Bell Offers Delivery The two brands announced their collaboration via “casting call” encouraging fans to post photos and videos on social media with the tag #F21xTacoBell. At an after a party in Downtown Los Angeles Oct. 10, some of the fan content will be incorporated in the debut. Want the ultimate dish on the latest celebrity food news, plus exclusive recipes, videos and more? Click here to subscribe to the People Food newsletter. Only time will tell if the fast food brand will make its way into closets everywhere.
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