Celebrity Scoop – 01/28/2020


Nick Jonas performed a high-energy set with his brothers, Joe and Kevin Jonas, Sunday night at the 2020 Grammy Awards.

But during the Jonas Brothers set, it seemed all fans on social media noticed was Nick had a piece of food stuck in his teeth.

The Jonas Brothers began by singing their new song, “Five More Minutes,” before transitioning into their new single, “What a Man Gotta Do.” But it was Nick’s teeth that caught fans’ attention during the live broadcast.

“Who let @nickjonas on stage at the GRAMMYs with food in his teeth? Someone’s getting fired tonight,” one person tweeted.

Another person tweeted: “Nick Jonas had food in his teeth during his performance and I think Joe and Kevin purposely didn’t tell him as pay back for breaking up the band years ago”

Nick found the humor in the situation, though, tweeting shortly after the performance, “So honored to have been back on the GRAMMY stage tonight. At least you all know I eat my greens.”

The JoBros are preparing for a Las Vegas residency, which was announced earlier this month.


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GRAMMY NOMINEE LEWIS CAPALDI MISTAKEN FOR SEAT-FILLER AT SHOW: Lewis Capaldi had one of the biggest songs of the year with his hit “Someone You Loved” and was in attendance at the 2020 Grammys as a nominee – but was still mistaken for a seat-filler at the show. The 23-year-old singer tweeted about the experience. “A lady at the grammys has just come up and offered to take my seat because she thought I was one of the people who sits in the chairs to fill them when someone gets up to use the bathroom #GRAMMYs,” Lewis posted.

NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK PLAYING BOSTON’S FENWAY PARK THIS SEPTEMBER: New Kids on the Block has lined up a hometown show at Boston’s Fenway Park this September. It’ll be the band’s only non-cruise concert this year. They’ll perform the day after Aerosmith plays the venue and will be joined by Bell Biv Devoe as well as other yet-to-be-announced special guests. Aerosmith will take the stage September 18th to celebrate their 50th anniversary as a group at the Bad Boys of Boston concert and New Kids will perform September 19th. Tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday.


Justin Bieber teamed up with Migos star Quavo to shoot a music video at a Los Angeles daycare center.

The stars were accompanied by a gaggle of kids they all danced and clapped in unison. The clip was recorded on Friday.

Bieber also just released of his new YouTube docuseries, Justin Bieber: Seasons. The first episode, titled “Leaving the Spotlight,” focuses on Justin getting back into the studio and onto the stage two years after cancelling the remaining dates on his Purpose Tour in 2017. It features interviews with his wife, Hailey Bieber, and manager Scooter Braun.

The episode also hints that Justin’s new album is coming in February. It notes that parts of the episode were filmed in May 2019, “9 months until album release.”

The 10-episode series has promised to document the process of making Bieber’s upcoming fifth studio album as well as his relationship with wife Hailey Bieber and the recent revelation of his Lyme disease diagnosis.

New episodes will be available every Monday and Wednesday for the next five weeks.


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CHRIS HARRISON WILL HOST UPCOMING BACHELOR SPINOFF: The Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart officially has a host: Chris Harrison. “We got a new mansion, new drama, but it’s still always about love,” Harrison said of the show. The Bachelor: Listen To Your Heart will have 20 single men and women sing songs and live together as they go on Bachelor-style music-focused dates. The Bachelor: Listen to Your Heart premieres April 13 on ABC. 

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