Celebrity Scoop – 03/25/2020

NETFLIX STREAMING HITS ALL-TIME HIGH: Netflix is seeing unprecedented levels of video streaming, as millions of people are homebound due to coronavirus, according to reports, especially as other entertainment outlets shut down. Netflix shares are up 8.4% on Monday, bucking broader bear market trends. 


Lady Gaga is delaying the release of her sixth studio album, Chromatica due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The 33-year-old singer explained that while art is something that can help in a time like this, she doesn’t feel right about releasing her album as the virus continues to spread.

She instead believes that the focus should be on finding solutions and cures so the world can heal.

Gaga said she will announce a new 2020 release date for Chromatica soon. She also confirmed her April 30-May 11 shows at the MGM in Las Vegas will be postponed, but said her Chromatica Ball tour will begin in the summer as planned.

In addition, Lady Gaga shared how she had a secret Coachella set lined up prior to the COVID-19 outbreak. Coachella Music Festival was postponed this month and rescheduled for October.

Lady Gaga was to release Chromatica on April 10th.


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CAMILA CABELLO POSTPONES ‘ROMANCE’ WORLD TOUR: Camila Cabello has postponed her upcoming Romance tour. The singer revealed the news on her Instagram, sharing that “so much that is really unknown, we’re also taking extreme precautions to protect ourselves, our team, our dancers, our band, our crew and ultimately you guys.” Camila added that she’s “truly heartbroken to say that we’ve decided we need to postpone the tour.” “We can’t start rehearsals without putting people at risk and with so much up in the air with no real and definitive end in sight, I feel this is the responsible thing to do,” she added. Camila said that they are going to try and work out rescheduled tour dates.

JUSTIN BIEBER SHARES ‘R&BIEBER’ MUSIC COMPILATION: Justin Bieber is releasing new compilations of his music. He shared the five-song compilation R&Bieber Monday. Bieber said he will release compilations twice a week while in isolation amid the coronavirus outbreak. “Gonna be putting up some compilations for you guys. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Here is the first one,” he wrote. R&Bieber features the songs “Habitual,” “Take It Out On Me,” “Changes,” “Get Me” featuring Kehlani and “Available.” The tracks appear on his most recent album, Changes, released in February.


Queen Elizabeth II is planning an unscheduled address for the fourth time in history. The 93-year-old monarch will follow “advice of the government as to when it might best be deployed,” People reports, noting that the last time she made such an address was following the death of her mother in 2002. 

Following strict social distancing guidelines, Elizabeth will likely give the speech via FaceTime or Skype. The Queen, who is in isolation, may even begin meeting with staff via video chat, People reports. 

She and her husband Prince Philip, 98, are in seclusion with a skeleton staff of eight people. Not even close relatives such as the Duke of York, who lives close to her Windsor estate, or Prince Edward and his wife Sophie are permitted to visit, The Daily Mail reports. 

Meanwhile, Prince Charles and Camilla, 71 and 72 respectively, are also in seclusion at Birkhall, a 53,000 acre estate. They also have a skeleton staff on hand and are not seeing their children or grandchildren. 

Prince William and Kate Middleton are staying quiet at their Norfolk estate with Prince George, Princess Charlotte and Prince Louis.

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are with their baby Archie in Canada. 


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CHARLIE PUTH, JON BON JOVI HELP ANNOUNCE LAUNCH OF NEW JERSEY PANDEMIC RELIEF FUND: Native New Jersey residents Charlie Puth and Jon Bon Jovi are among the celebrities who are featured in a new YouTube video announcing the launch of the New Jersey Pandemic Relief Fund. The charity was set up to encourage online donations that will be used to aid vulnerable citizens of the Garden State in need of medical, social and economic assistance because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Other stars who are either New Jersey natives or residents who are featured in the video include Bruce Springsteen, Danny DeVito, Jon Stewart, Whoopi Goldberg, and soccer star Carli Lloyd.

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