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Meghan Trainor to take the stage in LIC tonight, part of Macy’s pre-taping of July 4th Celebration


June 24, 2016 Staff Report

Meghan Trainor, a well-known singer/song writer, will take the stage on the Long Island City waterfront tonight.

Her performance will take place at Hunters Point Park South and is part of the Macy’s July 4th celebration, a well-placed source told the LIC Post. She is expected to arrive at the park at around 5pm with taping planned to take place in the early evening.

NBCUniversal employees are currently setting up the stage, which is going up adjacent to LIC Landing,

Macy’s is pre-taping Trainor’s performance for its July 4th show.

Trainor, 22, rose to fame with the release of her album Title that debuted at number one on the US Billboard 200, which went on to sell over one million copies domestically.

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Yeah I didn’t even know about it besides I don’t stop her from doing anything she can do what she wants I really don’t care anymore in just about done with her after all the bullshit and fuckn.drama she pulls and i caught her redhanded. And she still denies it straight faced you guys can have her and feed her and house her and buy things for her all of the above seriously if she don’t change and fuckn. Fast IM DONE !!! For good. I don’t need or want that crap games are for kids and IM a man not a child enjoy

A Buchanan

Meghan not lame. The only thing that would have made it better was if my grand daughter would been there. I have a grand daughter is a Meghan fan. One year old stops everything when any of her songs play


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