Celebrity Scoop – 09/21/2018


Beyoncé’s former drummer claims that the singer practices “extreme witchcraft” and cursed her with “magic spells of sexual molestation.” According to The Blast, Kimberly Thompson sought a temporary restraining order following the claims she made about Bey. In the court documents obtained by the publication, Thompson — who worked for Beyoncé as a drummer in her band for seven years, also claimed that Bey started a campaign of harassment against her, that includes “Extreme witchcraft, Dark magic” and “Magic spells of sexual molestation.” She also claimed that Bey murdered her kitten. 

Thompson also believes that Bey has been tapping her phones and controlling her finances. It is unclear why Thompson believes Bey is allegedly doing all of this, but she is adamant that it stems from the singer. 

Thompson’s request for a temporary restraining order was denied by a judge. 


While it’s still not clear if they’re actually married or not, Justin Bieber made a grand romantic gesture to Hailey Baldwin in London Tuesday.

The singer sat down with his guitar in front of Buckingham Palace and serenaded Hailey – as well as a crowd of onlookers – with acoustic versions of his 2016 song “Cold Water” and Tracy Chapman’s 1988 classic, “Fast Car.”

In fan-captured video of the impromptu concert, Justin is heard proclaiming his love for Hailey. “That girl right there is the love of my life,” he says. Hailey is seen blushing and covering her face.

The couple was in town for London Fashion Week, where Hailey walked the runway in the Falcon Catwalk Show with Adidas Originals.

Justin and Hailey have been engaged since July but People reported recently that the two tied the knot at a New York City clerk’s office. Hailey denied that they were already hitched, but her uncle Alec Baldwin said that the two “just went off and got married.”


The man accused of sending threatening letters to Taylor Swift has been indicted on federal charges.

Swift was granted a restraining order against the obsessed fan, Eric Swarbrick, 26, of Texas, who threatened to rape and kill her.

Investigators say Swarbrick has been sending Big Machine Label Group in Nashville written threats, boasting that no one can stop him from ending Swift’s life. He claimed to have been in BMR offices.

A federal complaint was issued Wednesday charged Swarbrick with interstate stalking and sending interstate communications with the intent to threaten.

“Too often, we have seen the consequences of ignoring signs of escalating violent behavior by some individuals,” said U.S. Attorney Cochran. “The attention given to this matter by our law enforcement partners and the resulting federal charges we have brought should serve to prevent a future tragic event.”

Swarbrick is currently jailed in Travis County, Texas, and will be transferred to middle Tennessee at a later date.

If convicted, Swarbrick faces up to five years in prison and a $250,000 fine on each count.


Noah Cyrus is turning her tears over Lil Xan into liquid gold.

The singer’s new line of merchandise for her Good Cry EP features a bottle of “Noah Tears” being sold for $12,000.

According to the product’s description, the bottle contains “approximately 12 tears made by Noah Cyrus as a result of sadness.”

The description continues, “Human digestion of these tears is not suggested cause tears are generally pretty salty and that would just be super f*cking weird if you drank someone else’s tears.”

The merch, which also features t-shirts with her dad Billy Ray Cyrus’ face and a hoodie that says “Sry I’m Trash,” is available for a limited time only on Pizzaslime.com.

Good Cry drops today.


Pentatonix has announced they’ll release their fourth holiday album, Christmas Is Here!, on October 26th. It will feature new arrangements of modern and classic holiday favorites.

The first single off the album will be their cover of Danny Elfman’s “Making Christmas,” from Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas. The song will be released on September 28th.

In conjunction with the album, Pentatonix will head out on a 17-date The Christmas Is Here! Tour, kicking off November 25th in Grand Prairie, Texas. The trek will wrap with four shows at New York City’s Beacon Theatre.

Tickets for the tour go on sale September 28th.