The former member of The Beatles teams up with Omaze to offer one person an opportunity to perform with him on stage in Liverpool in exchange of charity donation.
The video features the 'Bodak Yellow' femcee lounging on a couch as she shows off her curves in black attire.
In a fan-captured video, the pop superstar is seen ripping off one of her falsies mid-performance, making it look like a planned part of the show.
The club banger finds the quartet singing about how they can stand by themselves without needing a man's help.
The 'Writing's on the Wall' singer teams up with the BBC Concert Orchestra at London's Abbey Road Studios to record the track for the animated adaptation of Richard Adams' novel.
Her contribution to the 'Transformers' spin-off marks the singer's first time releasing an original song for her own movie.
The visuals follows the Draco Malfoy of the 'Harry Potter' franchise getting depressed after losing his girlfriend.
The songstress' contribution will be included on the deluxe version of the soundtrack album, which will be available to stream on November 2.
Also set to perform at the 92nd annual parade are Rita Ora, Martina McBride, Sugarland, Leona Lewis, Ashley Tisdale and Fifth Harmony's Ally Brooke.
Filmed in New York City, the music video for the self-love anthem features her and some others coping with heartbreak in different ways at the same hotel.
It appears the songstress is still reeling from Halloween, because the almost-one-minute clip seems to be perfectly fitted for the special day.
Coming back to New York after two-year hiatus from the city, the lingerie extravaganza will also offer performances from the likes of Halsey, The Chainsmokers and Bebe Rexha.
The 33-second clip features each boys posing with their respective bikes against a red-and-white backdrop.
One day after tweeting about 'truly devastating news' from back home, the 'Trigger Bang' singer issues an apology for having to axe her Chicago and Minneapolis gigs.
Also hitting the stage to pay tribute to the late rapper are John Mayer, Miguel, Rae Sremmurd and Ty Dolla $ign among others.
The three-minute song talks about how the singer has had enough of her lover, shooing him away when he tries to get her trust and love back.
The drum-laden song finds frontman Dan Reynolds declaring that he is a free man and refusing to be controlled by anyone.
The 'Hamilton' star and his college friends, who made up 'Freestyle Love Supreme', are set to perform at the Greenwich House Theater in New York.
At one point, the two British stars look like they are about to kiss while performing at the Westfield London 10th Birthday Celebration.
In a statement she issued following the axing of her Dallas and Phoenix gigs, the 'Flashlight' singer tells fans, 'My mind is stronger than my body in this moment!'