Celebrity Scoop – 09/28/2018


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Ariana Grande took to Twitter on Thursday to get some of her emotions off of her chest.

“Can i pls have one okay day. just one. pls,” Ariana first tweeted, before adding, “i’m so f**king tired pls” and “jus wake me up when i’m supposed to sing or whatever. peace.”

Ariana has been going through a lot over the past year. Between the terrorist attack at her concert, to the recent overdose of Mac Miller, it’s no surprise that Ariana is in need of some time off.

Ariana then took to Twitter to thank her fans for all of their love and support.

“ty for loving me sm i do not deserve it,” Ariana tweeted. “ur angels in my life. it’s just been a tough month. i’m trying to get my work done and get back to normal and it’s hard and i’m human and tired. sorry i let u in or worried u. i shouldn’t have tweeted. i kno better.”

Last week, Ariana hinted that she wouldn’t be touring on Sweetener any time soon and is taking time to rest and heal. She also recently skipped the Emmys so she could lay low.


Our first taste of Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper’s musical chemistry out now. “Shallow,” their duet from A Star Is Born, has been released.

In the official video for the song, there are snippets from the scene in the movie where the two sing the song together on stage for the first time. Bradley’s character, established musician Jackson Maine, invites Gaga’s character, Ally, to join him on stage. While reluctant at first she ultimately does it, becoming more confident the more she sings.

“Shallow” is the first song released off the A Star Is Born soundtrack. It was co-written by Lady Gaga, Mark Ronson, Anthony Rossomando and Andrew Wyatt. Both the A Star Is Born album and the film will be released on October 5th.

Meanwhile, after filming A Star Is Born as a brunette, Lady Gaga needed a break. On The Ellen DeGeneres Show Thursday, the singer/actress talks about how it was hard for her to let go of her character Ally.

“I literally dyed my hair blonde the night that we stopped shooting because I wanted to get out of it as soon as possible because there is – without giving away the end of the film – there is some tremendous emotion and tragedy,” she says. “So I wanted to get her out, but to be honest, she’s still in here.”

Gaga is already receiving Oscar buzz for her performance. She credits Cooper, who also directed the film, for creating a “sanctuary” on set.


Jessie J will release her first Christmas album just five days before Halloween, on October 26th.

The album, This Christmas Day, is packed with classics like “Jingle Bell Rock,” “Rudolph The Red Nosed Reindeer,” “Let It Snow,” “Silent Night” and more. Jessie teams up with Boyz II Men on a version of “Winter Wonderland” and with Babyface on “The Christmas Song.”

Jessie J says, “I had so much fun recording this holiday album!  I did it in fourteen days around my summer tour, flying back and forth to L.A. from Europe….I love Christmas music…I hope you enjoy the music with your loved ones and create magical memories at my favorite time of the year.”

Jessie will kick off a tour on October 1st in San Francisco in support of her album R.O.S.E., which was released in four parts. The tour is scheduled to wrap up November 1st in Los Angeles.

ARIANA GRANDE, PENTATONIX, IDINA MENZEL TO PERFORM ON ‘A VERY WICKED HALLOWEEN’: The hit musical Wicked is celebrating its 15 anniversary on Broadway next month, and NBC is bringing the show’s original stars, along with some big-name singers, together to mark the occasion. On October 29th, NBC will air A Very Wicked Halloween: Celebrating 15 Years on Broadway, a concert tribute hosted by Idina Menzel and Kristen Chenoweth, who, respectively, originated the roles of Elphaba and Glinda in the musical. They’ll perform, and so will Ariana Grande, Pentatonix and more singers to be announced. The tribute will be taped at New York’s Marquis Theater and will be produced by the musical’s original creative team.