June 02, 2017
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Hi Shawn fans. I’m very sorry for the lack of the updates on the site. I’ve been busy and haven’t been quite motivated to get everything missing added. For now, I have updated the gallery with some HQ photos of Shawn performing at different dates of the Illuminate World Tour. Check them out in the gallery! I’ll try my best to keep you all more updated!

April 21, 2017
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April 08, 2017

I have updated the gallery with HQ photos of Shawn at the Juno Awards on Sunday. Enjoy.

March 14, 2017
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THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER – The film marks the helmer’s first foray into the genre.

Singer-songwriter Shawn Mendes will make his big-screen acting debut in Ivan Reitman’s musical Summer of Love.

The 18-year-old Canadian broke out as a Vine star, but has since become a full-fledged sensation thanks to such hits as “Stitches” and “Treat You Better.”

Reitman, who also is Canadian, enlisted Mendes to star in the project, which currently is being shopped to studios. Reitman has never directed a musical before.

While plot details are being kept under wraps, the title is believed to reference the summer of 1967, when as many as 100,000 people, mostly young hippies, converged in San Francisco’s Haight-Ashbury neighborhood in opposition to the Vietnam War. The summer was known for iconic musical performances in Northern California by such artists as The Who, The Grateful Dead, The Animals, Jefferson Airplane, Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and The Byrds. The pic is described as a road-trip movie.

Reitman’s Montecito Picture Co., which has its own financing, paid for the film’s development. Reitman, who wrote the screenplay, last directed 2014’s Draft Day.

Summer of Love won’t mark Mendes’ first film role, as he voiced a character in The Weinstein Co.’s 2013 animated film Underdogs, but it represents his first live-action part in a feature.

Musicals suddenly have renewed currency in Hollywood in the wake of La La Land’s success. That film recently crossed the $400 million mark worldwide.

March 08, 2017
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On Sunday night, Shawn attended the iHeartRadio Music Awards. He also performed “Mercy.” I have added HQ photos of Shawn at the awards to the gallery!

January 12, 2017
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January 12, 2017
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BILLBOARD – While some struggle to find the perfect wedding gift for long-time pals, Shawn Mendes gave his friends something they will always remember: a performance of an original song he had composed for the newlyweds.

Mendes wrote the song, titled “Try My Best,” based on a love letter the groom penned for the bride. The singer-songwriter, responsible for such heartfelt smashes as “Stitches” and “Treat You Better,” sang while strumming an acoustic guitar, as the couple enjoyed what appeared to be their first dance as man and wife.

December 09, 2016

On Wednesday (December 07), Shawn performed at the Q102’s Jingle Ball 2016 at the Well Fargo Center in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The gallery has been updated with high quality photos from the concert to the gallery!

December 05, 2016

Shawn performed at the Capital’s Jingle Bell Ball With Coca-Cola yesterday. I have added photos from his arrivals to the gallery. You can watch videos from his performance below!

December 05, 2016

FLAUNT MAGAZINE – Shawn Mendes would rather take a drive to the beach than go out to the club. However, he’s a Leo, and he’s not exactly shy. He’s a tender-voiced, albeit outspoken, peach-fuzzed cat of 18 who rocketed to fame after posting to the Vine social media platform short looping videos of himself singing. Three years, and almost half a billion plays later, I’m listening to his new record, Illuminate—every song of which seems to either be about love or the loss of love or heartbreak or how he can get that person back or why he just can’t do it anymore.

“Love is probably the strongest emotion that you can feel.” Mendes tells me, “It’s very natural—and I wouldn’t want to say easy—but natural and comfortable to write about, and there’s so many different forms of it, millions of layers, you could write forever about it.”

An 18 year-old telling me this makes me sweat—I’m quite a stretch older than Mendes and I can’t seem to keep a relationship going for longer than a month—I dread the notion of writing about it forever. “The second you start trying to write about things that other people want to hear,” Mendes advises, “it’s not as honest as it should be”

Mendes, tell me more, dude, I need it… and yes, we are calling each other dude and man, and it feels good. “My family, growing up, all my cousins, all of us, we all spoke about how we were feeling, it wasn’t a hide your emotions type family,” he says sniffling from the Canadian cold (where he is at the moment, at home in the suburbs of Pickering, Ontario, about 20 miles east of Toronto). “If you have good intentions and your heart is in the right place then you’re gonna be okay,” he counsels, “I’m trying to stay as real as I possibly can.”

And what about this new album is Mendes trying to illuminate? His coming of age? His impending adulthood? (Which I foresee being filled with Grammies and houses at the top of Holmby Hills and retreats in Palm Springs—probably more on the level of Gstaad—and lots of champagne and girls and boys and first class tickets and the best seats in the finest restaurants and swimming pools and an entourage of Chows, presuming he likes dogs…)

But how? He’s 18. When I was 18 I was eating lots of bagels with cream cheese, smoking joints with my dad and calling it quits. Compare and despair. Quit it! But for Mr. Mendes, will there be ups and downs? Will the wave of life not always be a sweet, opalescent, purple Hawaiian swell that drags on for a mile, so meditative, so rich?
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