Celebrity Scoop – 07/10/2018


Justin Bieber has confirmed his engagement to Hailey Baldwin. The 24-year-old singer shared new photos of him and Hailey, 21, and he wrote a touching note in which he called his fiancée the love of his life.

“Was gonna wait a while to say anything but word travels fast, listen plain and simple Hailey I am soooo in love with everything about you!” Justin wrote on Instagram. “So committed to spending my life getting to know every single part of you loving you patiently and kindLY. I promise to lead our family with honor and integrity letting Jesus through his Holy Spirit guide us in everything we do and every decision we make. My heart is COMPLETELY and FULLY YOURS and I will ALWAYS put you first.

Hailey then took to her Twitter to express her excitement and gratefulness for the next step for the couple.

“Not sure what I did in life to deserve such happiness but I am so utterly grateful to God for giving me such an incredible person to share my life with! No words could ever express my gratitude. ❤️,” Hailey wrote.

She also commented on Justin’s post about their engagement, responding to their friend Ryan Good’s suggestion that Justin grow his mustache again. “Grow the mustache back for the wedding,” Ryan wrote. Hailey quickly responded, “don’t u dare give him that idea you lunatic”

TMZ broke the news that Justin had popped the question Saturday night at an unnamed resort in the Bahamas, after which Justin’s parents quickly seemed to confirm that there was big news in the family.

His dad Jeremy wrote on Instagram Sunday, “Proud is an understatement! Excited for the next chapter!” Mom Pattie Mallette tweeted Saturday, “Love Love Love Love Love Love Love.”

Justin, 24, and 21-year-old Hailey – a model and daughter of actor Stephen Baldwin – recently rekindled their relationship after previously being linked as far back as 2014.


There are a lot of rumors surrounding Halsey’s love life since it was announced that she and G-Eazy were “taking some time off” from their relationship.

Now, Halsey has taken to her Twitter account to dispel any rumors that she’s rebounding with Machine Gun Kelly after a photo of the pair at a beach location emerged on Twitter.

“I’m not at the beach. I’m on tour. Alone. Slow news week I guess,” Halsey wrote on her Twitter account. “I’m not with anybody. That photo is 2 years old. Everyone mind they damn business.”

The photo in question appears to have been originally posted by Machine Gun Kelly back in March of 2017.


Just before he kicks off his Honda Civic Tour, Charlie Puth has released a new video for his song “The Way I Am.”

The clip finds Charlie at a bustling house party, but he keeps to himself as the party-goers move at hyper-speed around him. He laments at feeling like he doesn’t fit in, singing, “Everybody’s trying to be famous, and I’m just trying to find a place to hide.” He also longs to make a connection, singing, “‘Cause all I wanna do is just hold somebody, but no one ever wants to get to know somebody.”

The chorus has him realizing he can’t control what people think of him. “I’mma tell ‘em all/I’mma tell ‘em all/That you can either hate me or love me/But that’s just the way I am,” the lyrics say.

In the end, as the party comes to a close, he finally makes a connection with a pretty brunette. She locks eyes with him and he smiles in surprise.

Charlie’s headlining Honda Civic Tour kicks off July 13th in Boston and runs through September 1st.


Singer-songwriter-producer Bazzi surprised fans last week by dropping an unplanned video for “FTC” – a newly released candid piano ballad.

The release follows Bazzi’s cinematic video for “Beautiful,” which Billboard called “as epic as the song’s thematic elements themselves.” The follow-up single to this year’s breakthrough RIAA-certified Platinum smash “Mine,” “Beautiful” boasts over 72 million streams and was recently featured as a global Snapchat Lens.

Bazzi was most recently named an “Artist You Need To Know” by Rolling Stone and placed No. 6 on their “31 Best Things We Saw” at Bonnaroo following his debut festival performance.

He embarked on his sold out headline COSMIC Tour last week, with new shows added in Portland, Chicago and more due to overwhelming demand.

The COSMIC Tour arrives on the heels of his performances as special guest on Camila Cabello’s sold out Never Be The Same North American tour and the release of his debut album COSMIC, which saw a Top 15 debut on the Billboard 200 and boasts over 853 million streams worldwide to date.

Bazzi has also been announced as special guest on the European leg of Justin Timberlake’s Man of the Woods Tour, kicking off August 13th in Berlin.


Noah Cyrus announced plans Monday for her first headlining, North American concert tour. The Good Cry Tour is set to kick off September 22nd in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. It is scheduled to wrap in Portland, Oregon, on October 24th. Tickets for the shows are set to go on sale to the general public Friday.

“I’ve been waiting for such a long time to travel and see my fans who have been supporting me the last couple of years. I can’t wait for them to come experience this sad girl’s dream world. We’re either gonna dance or cry the night away,” Cyrus said in a statement.

Noah’s debut album is due out this fall. Her hit singles include “Again,” “Labrinth – Make Me (Cry)” and “Stay Together.”

Cyrus, 18, opened for Katy Perry on her U.S. tour last year and she recently sold out her first Los Angeles headline show at the Troubadour. She also took the stage at the past two editions of the Coachella music festival.

Cyrus is the younger sister of Miley Cyrus and the daughter of country music star Billy Ray Cyrus.

DRAKE BREAKS HISTORIC BILLBOARD RECORD SET BY THE BEATLES: Drake has made Billboard Hot 100 history with his new album Scorpion, which currently has seven tracks in the top 10. “Nice for What” has returned to the top spot on the chart, making it the only song to ever hit No. 1 four times in the chart’s history. “Nonstop,” “Gods Plan,” “In My Feelings,” “I’m Upset,” “Emotionless,” and “Don’t Matter To Me” have also made the top 10. This ups Drake’s career count to 31 Hot 100 top 10′s, passing Michael Jackson for the most among male soloists. Drake surpasses The Beatles’ 54-year-old record for the most simultaneous Hot 100 top 10’s and breaks the record for the most simultaneous top 10 debuts. Scorpion is also “the first album to be streamed over 1 billion times in a week,” across multiple platforms. Additionally, Scorpion emerges as the No. 1 release on the Billboard Top 200, marking his eighth consecutive No. 1 bow on the respective chart.