Celebrity Scoop – 08/27/2020


Katy Perry is a mom! The 35-year-old singer and fiancé Orlando Bloom welcomed their baby girl on Wednesday, naming her Daisy Dove Bloom.

The couple shared the exciting news in a statement with UNICEF, while also sharing the first photo of their baby girl. In “celebration of the heart we know our daughter already has,” Katy and Orlando established a UNICEF donation page on baby Daisy’s – or “DDB” as they called her – behalf. “We are floating with love and wonder from the safe and healthy arrival of our daughter,” they said.

Daisy is the first child for Katy. The 43-year-old Pirates of the Caribbean actor shares nine-year-old son Flynn with ex-wife Miranda Kerr.

Meanwhile, Katy also released an animated music video for “Never Really Over” 14 months following the premiere of the original live-action visual.

The trippy new music video puts you in the shoes of an animated Perry in first person perspective. The animated video seems to be inspired by Groundhog Day. It unfolds from the point of view of a woman, presumably Katy, who wakes up every day at the same time, brushes her teeth in the same way and sits down to breakfast. What she’s eating changes, but when she gets up to do the dishes, she sees the same dirty dish on the counter – even though she remembers washing it the previous day…and the day before…and the day before…

“Just ‘cause this song came out in May 2019 doesn’t mean it’s ever really over,” Perry tweeted. “Here’s ‘NRO’ based on my ACTUAL experiences with dishes during quarantine.”

“Never Really Over” is the opening track from Perry’s upcoming sixth studio Smile, which drops Friday.

In other Katy news: she will receive the Gracies Impact Award from the Alliance for Women in Media Foundation (AWMF) at the 45th annual Gracie Awards program, which will air live (virtually) on AWMF’s Facebook page on September 10th.

The Gracies Impact Award is presented to an artist who has made a positive impact on society through her music.

Other honorees this year include Gayle King, Naomi Watts, Amy Poehler, Tamron Hall, Angela Yee, Danai Gurira and Natasha Lyonne.

Mickey Guyton is slated to perform twice at the event. For more info, visit allwomeninmedia.org.


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Gigi Hadid is celebrating her pregnancy with a stunning photoshoot on Instagram. The 25-year-old supermodel showed off her blossoming bump in a series of flowing, see-through dresses.

The model, who is expecting her first child with Zayn Malik, is spending her quarantine on her family farm in Pennsylvania. 

“growin an angel,” she wrote with a smiley face, adding she was “cherishing this time” and appreciated “all the love & well wishes.” She captioned one photo with the date July 26, 2020, which appeared to be the date of the photoshoot. 

Her mother Yolanda Hadid has previously said the baby is due in September. Hadid has been relatively mum on her pregnancy, so fans greeted this shoot with joy, giving it more than 4.6 million “likes” in just two hours.


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NIKKI AND BRIE BELLA INTRODUCE BOYS: Twins Nikki and Brie Bella introduced their baby boys on Wednesday in separate posts. “Matteo Artemovich Chigvintsev,” Nikki, 36, captioned an Instagram photo of herself kissing her and Artem Chigvintsev’s son’s cheek. “7/31/2020. 7 pounds, 3 ounces, 19 3/4 inches.” Brie shared that she and husband Daniel Bryan named their sun Buddy Dessert, after his father and her grandmother: “Named after Bryan’s dad and his middle name is pronounced Desert after my Nana’s maiden name. He came into our lives in such a special way we wanted to name him after some special people.”


Lady Gaga took to social media to show how she would be getting ready for her VMAs performance in a post-pandemic world.

In one clip captioned “When you want to be on stage performing for your fans but there’s a super-virus #VMAs,” Gaga is laying face-down in bed, wearing a yellow “Chromatica” t-shirt, underwear that says “Tokyo” and a pink mask with giant bunny-esque ears. The words “Dreaming of reality” pass across the screen before she screams into her pillow, and then there’s a test-pattern sound followed by the words “Stay tuned.” We then see Gaga floating in a pool on a big unicorn-shaped raft, holding a parasol.

In a separate photo, she sits in an ice bath, doing devil horns with both hands: “#vmas,” the caption reads, with a pair of emojis.

Lady Gaga will be performing with Ariana Grande at the VMAs on Sunday night. They are the show’s top nominees, with nine each – many of them for “Rain on Me,” their duet from Chromatica.


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Kanye West has managed to get on the 2020 presidential ballot in Idaho, Minnesota and Tennessee, but he will not be on Missouri’s ballot. According to The New York Post, the secretary of state’s offices in Idaho and Missouri confirmed earlier this week that West will be on the ballot. Kanye filed his petition to be on the ballot in Tennessee last Thursday, right before the state’s noon deadline.  A spokeswoman for Tennessee secretary of state’s office confirmed that Ye made the deadline and will appear on the ballot.

Meanwhile, Kanye failed to get enough signatures to appear on the Missouri ballot. In order to be on the ballot, Kanye needed 10,000 signatures and he was short 3, 443 signatures.

In related news, TMZ has also reported that West has hired a firm called Let The Voters Decide to get his name on the ballot in Arizona and he is prepared to spend up to $500,00 to get it done. 

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