JUSTIN BIEBER SAYS THERE’S NO BEEF BETWEEN HIM AND TAYLOR SWIFT: Following the recent drama between Justin Bieber’s manager Scooter Braun and Taylor Swift, the Biebs wants to assure people that he has no beef with Taylor. When asked by paparazzi Thursday if he and Taylor were “cool,” Justin responded, “Always homies.” He added, “I’m done with all that other stuff. Other people’s drama is not my drama.” In a Tumblr post back in June, Taylor called out Scooter for buying the rights to her master recordings from her former label, Big Machine Records, in defiance of what she said were here expressed wishes. She also accused Justin of teaming up with Scooter to bully her in the past. Bieber apologized to Taylor on Instagram, but also defended Scooter and criticized Taylor for taking the disagreement public.
JENNIFER ANISTON TALKS INSTAGRAM DEBUT: Jennifer Aniston has had a busy week making her Instagram debut and breaking the Guinness World Records title for the fastest time to reach 1 million followers: 5 hours, 16 minutes. Now, she tells Jimmy Kimmel, she’s “baking content” for 11 million followers. She appeared on Jimmy Kimmel Live! Wednesday, and also discussed her new Apple+ series, The Morning Show. She says she had dinner with Diane Sawyer, who dished on what really happens behind the scenes on morning news show.
MEGHAN TRAINOR, CHARLIE PUTH, MAREN MORRIS ON THEIR WAY TO ‘SESAME STREET’ – (10/18/2019)
The new season of Sesame Street will mark the 50th anniversary of the iconic kids’ show, and a slew of celebrities have lined up to celebrate.
Leading up to the 50th season launch on November 16th on HBO, many celebrity fans will be using the hashtag #ThisIsMyStreet to share their favorite Sesame Street memories, including Alessia Cara, Ellie Goulding, Andy Grammer, John Legend and Josh Groban, and actors Mindy Kaling, Terry Crews, Keegan-Michael Key, Blake Lively, Seth Rogen, Amanda Seyfriend and Peter Dinklage, among others.
On November 9th, HBO will air Sesame Street’s 50th Anniversary Celebration, featuring a look back at five decades of the show, and cameos from Meghan Trainor, Patti LaBelle and Norah Jones, as well as Sterling K. Brown and Whoopi Goldberg. The special will air November 17th on PBS.
The regular season will premiere the following week on November 16th. Special guests making their way to Sesame Street over the course of Season 50 will include Charlie Puth, Maren Morris, Dave Grohl and Chrissy Teigen.
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CODY SIMPSON RELEASES MILEY CYRUS-INSPIRED SINGLE ‘GOLDEN THING’ – (10/18/2019)
Cody Simpson has released “Golden Thing,” the song he wrote about his girlfriend Miley Cyrus.
Bits of Miley appears on the single artwork, including her hair, her neck, with several gold chains around it, and part of her chest.
Earlier this week, Miley shared a snippet of the song on her Instagram Story.
The Aussie singer/songwriter serenaded Miley with the song while she was recovering from tonsillitis surgery and Miley insisted that he release it.
“She was like, ‘If you don’t put this s*** out, I’m putting it out on your behalf for you. I’m getting your Spotify login and doing this s*** myself’,” Cody told People magazine.
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KATE MIDDLETON AND PRINCE WILLIAM’S PLANE FORCED TO MAKE EMERGENCY LANDING – (10/18/2019)
Kate Middleton and Prince William had a terrifying incident Thursday during their royal tour of Pakistan. After a full day of events in Lahore, the pair were set to travel back to Islamabad on a jet when an electrical storm hit.
At one point, lightning could be seen over the right wing of the plane as it got jostled about in the wind, according to reports. Despite the efforts of the RAF Voyager’s pilot to land at two airports, the plane had to turn back. A flight that was set to take 25 minutes ended up taking 2 hours.
“Those big flashes are the RAF Voyager, carrying William, Kate and traveling media, going through [lightning] – two aborted landings at Islamabad due to the storm and we’re back in Lahore,” tweeted Press Association reporter Emma Louise Bowden.
After landing, William joked to reporters that he was doing the flying. A RAF spokesman told reporters: “On background, can confirm Royal flight turned around.
“Everyone safe and sound back in Lahore.”
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