Celebrity Scoop – 10/05/2018


This past summer, Camila Cabello dominated the MTV Video Music Awards, and now she’s doing the same at the MTV Europe Music Awards.

Camila leads all nominees for this year’s awards with six nods, including Best Artist and Best Video and Song for “Havana.” Ariana Grande and Post Malone each have five nominations, while Drake and Dua Lipa have four apiece.

In addition to “Havana,” the nominees for Best Video include Ariana’s “No Tears Left to Cry,” “This Is America” by Childish Gambino, “Freaky Friday” by Lil Dicky ft. Chris Brown and “APES**T” by The Carters, aka JAY-Z and Beyoncé.

The nominees for Best Artist are Camila, Ariana, Drake, Dua Lipa and Post Malone.

The 2018 MTV EMAs will air live from Bilbao, Spain, on November 4th.


Camila Cabello found 12 of her most dedicated Camilizers through social media, using their information to write them heartfelt letters and mail them a cryptic package.

The wooden boxes marked “From Camila to You” contained personalized letters, roses and Polaroid pics captioned “Consequences.”

The photos seem to be taken from clips of an upcoming music video for the singer’s latest single, likely teasing a “Consequences” video coming soon.

The emotional song appears on her debut solo album, Camila.

Fans are speculating that Cabello might debut “Consequences” during her American Music Awards performance on October 9th.

JENNIFER LOPEZ TO DEBUT NEW SINGLE AT AMAS: Jennifer Lopez will be performing at the 2018 American Music Awards and is set to debut a new single that will be featured on the soundtrack for her upcoming film Second Act. The AMAs take place October 9th at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Other performers include Taylor Swift, Cardi B, Camila Cabello, Mariah Carey, Shawn Mendes, Post Malone, Carrie Underwood, and more.



Representatives for Drew Barrymore are claiming that she “did not participate” in a celebrity profile published in an EgyptAir inflight magazine. The piece drew a firestorm of attention for a variety of perceived offenses from the shoddy grammar of the article itself to insensitive observations allegedly made by both the author and the subject.

Reads one paragraph:  “Despite being unstable in her relationships most of her life, despite the several unsuccessful marriages and despite the busy life of stardom that dominated her life for several years; the beautiful American Hollywood actress Drew Barrymore has recently decided to temporary [sic] take an unlimited vacation to play her most crucial role as a mother.”

But wait, there’s more. The piece continues: “Psychologists believe that her behavior is only natural since she lacked the male role model in her life after her parents’ divorce when she was only 9 years. Ever since that time, she has been subconsciously seeking attention and care from a male figure; but unfortunately things do not always go as planned and she has not yet succeeded in any relationship for various reasons.”

Yikes! But then Barrymore herself gets quoted saying: “I cannot deny that women made a great achievement over [the] past century, there is significant progress recorded by people who study women status throughout history.” Another comment about parenting reads: “I do not intentionally follow certain parenting methods with my daughters and I do not consult with psychologists… I focus on nurturing their minds as well as their small bodies.”

Did she actually say that? NOPE, her rep screams. In a statement to HuffPo, Barrymore’s team kept it simple, saying that she “did not participate,” and that they’re working with the airline PR team to rectify the error. 

The BBC has reps on record saying she didn’t “technically… sit down with EgyptAir for an interview,” but that the quotes were drawn from one such press conference.


EgyptAir stood by the piece on Twitter, writing:  “This a professional magazine interview conducted by Dr. Aida Tekla Former president of the HFPA (Hollywood Foreign Press Association) and one of the voting members of the Golden Globes.”

Meanwhile, the HFPA says it’s investigating. “We are aware that an article under the byline of our member Dr. Aida Takla-O’Reilly regarding Drew Barrymore, published in EgyptAir’s Horus magazine, has come into question,” the H.F.P.A. said. “Ms. Barrymore has been interviewed by H.F.P.A. members many times and we always appreciate her willingness to speak to us. As an organization comprised of journalists, the H.F.P.A. expects its members to uphold the highest degree of integrity in their journalistic activities. Based on our preliminary investigation, we understand that parts of the article in question were not written by Dr. Takla-O’Reilly and that other portions of the article may have come from other sources. We regret any distress caused to Ms. Barrymore by this article.”

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