Fans of Demi Lovato are going nuts online after the singer appeared to go for Henry Cavill on Instagram this week. Demi a photo of herself in white lingerie just minutes after following Henry and liking several of his photos. One fan tweeted, “OMG DEMI KNOWS EXACTLY WHAT SHE IS DOING I LOVEEE THIS B**CH SO MUCH,” another added, “Honestly, unbelievable and deeply inspirational Insta game.” Now Henry didn’t comment (or like) the lingerie shot, but he did show love for a photo of Demi practicing Jiu Jitsu. “This is awesome!” he wrote, “Nice one Miss Lovato!” Henry has been open about his own practice of Jiu Jitsu in recent interviews.
Fans of Prince are slamming Justin Timberlake’s decision to host a pre-Super Bowl party at the late musician’s Paisley Park estate. Prince fans are especially upset that JT’s team has been granted a temporary liquor license for the 65,000-square-foot museum for the duration of Super Bowl weekend. What is up with that? Well, apparently Prince partied without drinking and people had a lot of fun, so they think Justin’s party should not have alcohol I guess???
The sold out February 1 party comes with a diss history between the two artists as well. You may recall back in 2006 when Prince said of the “Sexyback” singer: “Sexy never left.”
Former “Glee” star Mark Salling died of an apparent suicide, before he could be sentenced on child pornography charges. He was 35 years old. He played the jock, Noah “Puck” Puckerman on the show.
Mark was arrested in 2015, after a former girlfriend turned him in. Investigators searched his computers and found thousands of images and videos of children as young as 3 years old being abused.
He pleaded guilty this past October, and was set for sentencing in March. He was expected to get four to seven years in prison.
His attorney said, “Mark was a gentle and loving person, a person of great creativity, who was doing his best to atone for some serious mistakes and errors of judgment.”
One of my sources tells me that Brad Pitt and Halle Berry are dating! Apparently, they have had a number of very top secret meet ups at one of the bungalows at the Hotel Bel-Air. It’s early days but so far things are going well… Brad thinks she’s absolutely stunning. It’s not like they’re going in cold. The connection was already there. Brad is totally Halle’s type too, so it’s no shock that she’s jumped at the chance to hang out with him.
Leonardo DiCaprio was so impressed by his Revenant co-star Tom Hardy’s acting that he bet the British actor would be nominated for an Oscar back in 2016. Tom humbly disagreed, so the two made a bet: if Tom was nominated, he would have to get a tattoo of Leo’s choice, and vice versa. Well, Tom was nominated–and Leo promptly designed a tattoo for him. Now, two years later, Tom has held up his end of the bargain. He recently shared a photo on Instagram that shows new ink on his arm that reads in all-caps, “LEO KNOWS ALL.”
Mandy Moore credits her divorce from singer Ryan Adams in 2016 for giving her a newfound confidence. She says, “It’s a combination of getting older and wiser and going through the hard knocks of a divorce. You realize, ‘I’m not going to take anyone’s s**t. It’s emboldened me. There’s power in saying no and in asking for what you deserve. There is power in knowing your value.”
The 33-year-old actress also says her attitude helped her land a starring role in This Is Us. “Before I got the part, I was making massive changes in my personal life and was looking to echo that in my work,” she shares. “I was waiting for something different that would allow me to dig deep. I knew I was capable, but I couldn’t get any momentum, and I had just been crushed by three failed pilot seasons. When I read the script for This Is Us, I told my agent, ‘I will do absolutely anything to be a part of this.'”
There might not be a real ‘Friends’ reunion movie, but you soon might be able to enjoy a cup of coffee at a Central Perk near you. Warner Bros. Entertainment secured a copyright earlier this month to use the name Central Perk for “coffee shop and café services.” They also filed for the name to use on a number of other products — including toys, board games and slot machines — but those ones have yet to be approved. In 2016, a guy in Toronto tried to open a Central Perk parody café, but Warner Bros. lawyers shut it down.
Aaron Carter announced yesterday he will release Love, his first album in 15 years, on February 16. “For me, it’s all about the music. And if there is one lesson I’ve learned this [last] year, it’s to not dwell on the past, but to live for the future,” the 30-year-old singer says in a statement. “I am so grateful to my fans and look forward to sharing this deeply personal music which came from the inner core of my heart and soul.”
A watchdog group is asking Justin Timberlake to keep his Super Bowl halftime show “safe for the children watching.” In an open letter to the entertainer, the Parents Television Council hopes there isn’t a repeat of what happened in 2004 when Justin ripped Janet Jackson’s costume to reveal her right breast. The group writes that it hopes Justin will keep the halftime show “friendly and safe” for the children watching, especially since some will want to emulate the singer. Justin has assured viewers “That won’t happen this time.”
The infamous wardrobe malfunction drew CBS a $550,000 fine from the Federal Communications Commission that was later overturned. The watchdog group says it wants “a positive, uplifting and entertaining halftime show on Sunday.”
In Rose McGowan’s new memoir Brave (out now), the Charmed star gets candid about her unusual upbringing and several traumatic experiences she’s had, including being allegedly sexually assaulted by Harvey Weinstein.
Us Weekly compiled eight significant takeaways:
McGowan was born into a Children of God cult in 1973: “Even then I knew none of it was ‘normal,’ whatever normal was,” she writes of the notorious cult allegedly advocating child-adult sex. “I don’t think there really is such a thing as ‘normal,’ but I knew that this was something deeply wrong, something to be avoided at all costs.”
McGowan tried acid in the 8th grade: “I had no clue what acid was, but I was all in for adventure,” she recalls. “Soon music was pulsating off the rec room walls, and my ears heard every little noise. … My soft young mind was on fire.”
McGowan suffered from an eating disorder: “I never was able to get below ninety-two pounds. For some reason that was my cut-off point,” she writes. “Because I had read about girls who were eighty-four pounds, I felt like a failure.”
McGowan’s first love was killed: While his murder is unsolved she writes, “I have been trying for years to remedy that.”
McGowan and ex Marilyn Manson liked hanging at home: “It was a blast, and we were madly in love, and anybody else who thinks differently is wrong. It was a pretty legendary relationship, not just in the media. It was a pretty legendary relationship behind the scenes, too. We had a whole lot of amazing.”
McGowan’s first film was The Doom Generation nightmare: She writes that a male co-star took “a bottle of water under my skirt to spray and push onto my privates.”
McGowan was raped by Weinstein: “I felt so dirty,” she recalls. “I had been so violated and I was sad to the core of my being.”
McGowan regrets her part in Robert Rodriguez’s affair: “I profoundly regret and publicly apologize for my part in this,” the actress writes of her relationship with the director, who was married to Elizabeth Avellan at the time. “I carry a deep, deep regret for the pain and heartache I caused.”