Even though the incident may be embarrassing because it happens right in front of a lot of people, they already know how to handle it.
The Marcus Mumford-led rock band randomly selected 150 fans from a mailing list and invited them to the taping of their new song's music video in London.
The visuals features the British songstress flirting with an unknown guy while dancing together at a party in London.
The 'God's Plan' hitmaker was originally scheduled to perform with Migos at the American Airlines Arena on September 21 and 22 as part of their joint tour.
A representative for the radio network says that it always plays her songs 'as soon as her record company puts out her next song.'
The No Doubt singer is smiling as her singer boyfriend sings the 'Texoma Shore' track while strumming a guitar.
The stars will be performing at the Will Ferrell's Best Night of Your Life event at the Greek Theater in Los Angeles next month.
While the Godfather of Punk will be featured on new version 'Silent Night', the 'Sons of Anarchy' star will sing punk version of 'Jingle Bells'.
Knowing 'plenty of secrets' about the Yeezy founder and his wife, the Canadian rapper reportedly 'is going to take his time writing new material.'
The 32-year-old spitter also calls out NFL for not letting black artists headline the game's annual halftime show.
Returning to her native Houston, Texas for 'On the Run II' tour, the 'Naughty Girl' songstress takes time to catch up with LaTavia Roberson backstage.
On the song, the British songstress can be heard blaming herself for continuously disappointing her lover.
The raptress can be seen rapping in the visuals, 'Why don't you chill with the beef and get some chicken instead?'
The 'American Idol' alum calls out the radio network for not playing her music on iHeartRadio's channels.
The rapper is also nominated for Best Mixtape for his 'Dedication 6:Reloaded' at the annual award-giving show.
The 'Bodak Yellow' hitmaker reportedly spent all night in the studio to work on the song, which would be full of 'heated words.'
Some fans point out that both 'Not Alike' and 'Rap Devil' are produced by Ronnie J, who also wrote the latter song.
The song will serve as the end-credit song of the Disney movie, which is set to hit theaters across the nation on November 21.
In the song, the Canadian singer passionately wishes to God to keep her alive when she doesn't think she has the strength to keep breathing.