Celebrity Scoop – 02/05/2020


Jay Z has addressed why he and his wife Beyonce remained seated during the National Anthem at Super Bowl LIV this past Sunday (February 2nd) — and it had nothing to do with protesting. The music icon was at Columbia University yesterday (February 4th) and said that he and his family sat down because they were focusing on Demi Lovato‘s performance.

When asked if he sat down to “convey a signal,” he said, “It actually wasn’t. Sorry.” He said that Beyonce told him what she thought Demi must have been going through in the seconds before starting the anthem, since, as Jay put it, Beyonce has “performed at the Super Bowl before, and I haven’t.”

He said that he and Bey then “immediately jumped into artist mode” and he was really focused on the show. Jay — who produces all of the entertainment at the Super Bowls, said,  “I’m really just looking at the show. The mics start, was it too low to start?” He went on to make the point he was concerned about the audio, and every aspect really, of the show … and for very good reason.

He added that there was no need to have a “silent protest” because he was “making the biggest loudest protest of all” by selecting such a diverse group of artists to perform at the game, like Jennifer Lopez, Shakira, Demi Lovato  and Yolanda Adams

  1. Scott also mentioned that the Carters usually stand during the National Anthem during sporting events.


Robert Pattinson has been declared the “most handsome man” according to the Daily Mail’s rigorous analysis. This revelation comes after the October, 2019 news that Bella Hadid is the “most beautiful woman in the world,” according to science. 

What science, a cynic might wonder. According to the outlet, Batman’s eyebrows, eyes, jaw, nose, lips and general facial shape were measured against the features of other male celebrities, and the Greeks’ notion of facial “perfection.”

These researchers arrived at the notion of perfection by using The Golden Ratio of Beauty Phi, a tool painters used during the Renaissance. 

According to the formula, Pattinson came in at 92.15. 

The runners-up:  Henry Cavill (91.64), Bradley Cooper (91.08), Brad Pitt (90.51), George Clooney (89.91), Hugh Jackman (89.64), David Beckham (88.96), Idris Elba (88.01), Kanye West (87.94) and Ryan Gosling (87.48). In comparison, Hadid’s percentage was 94.35.


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After five years of breast cancer and then remission, Shannen Doherty revealed that she has stage 4 cancer. The 48-year-old revealed her diagnosis on ABC’s Good Morning America, explaining that she decided to open up so that she could “control the narrative of her experience with the terminal illness.

She told Amy Rochach: “It’s going to come out in a matter of days or a week that — I’m stage four. So my cancer came back. And that’s why I’m here. I don’t think I’ve processed it. It’s a bitter pill to swallow in a lot of ways.”

The Beverly Hills, 90210 star admitted that she’s had trouble accepting the diagnosis after years of remission. 

“I definitely have days where I say, ‘Why me?’ And then I go, ‘Well, why not me? Who else? Who else besides me deserves this? None of us do,'” said Doherty. “But I would say that my first reaction is always concern about how — how am I going to tell my mom, my husband.”

In 2015, when she was diagnosed, she shared her struggles openly on social media, but this time was different as she found out shortly after her friend Luke Perry died unexpectedly at age 52 from a stroke. 

Doherty said: [“It’s so weird for me to be diagnosed and then somebody who was, you know, seemingly healthy to go first. It was really, like, shocking. And the least I could do to honor him was to do that show. I still haven’t done enough, in my opinion. So it’s a hard one.”] SOUNDCUE (:24 OC: . . .it’s a hard one.)

She added that she wanted to prove that she could still work, which is why she agreed to the 90210 reboot:  “One of the reasons, along with Luke — that I did 90210 and didn’t really tell anybody because I thought, people can look at that other people with stage four can work, too. Like, you know, our life doesn’t end the minute we get that diagnosis. We still have some living to do.”

Doherty said that she confided in co-star Brian Austin Green, which helped her: “I had moments of great anxiety where I thought, ‘I can’t really do this,’ and Brian was the one person who — of that group of people that knew — that I told, like, pretty quickly and said, ‘Here, this is what I’m dealing with.’ So prior to shooting he would always call me and say, ‘Listen, you know, whatever happens, I have your back.’ He would look at me and be like, ‘We got this, kiddo’…so Brian helped me through a lot.”


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