Celebrity Scoop – 10/28/2019


Lady Gaga has once again assured fans that that a new album coming.

In a fan video captured during a performance of her Las Vegas residency show Enigma in Las Vegas Wednesday, Gaga says, “Don’t you worry. I’m not going nowhere. I’m making new music.”

As the crowd cheered, she continued. “I’ll be a whole new me, over and over. And I’ll be just like Tony Bennett, I’ll be onstage when I’m 92.”

Back in March, Gaga confirmed that she was working on her long-awaited sixth album. Last month, the head of the French division of her record label said it would arrive next year. When it does, it’ll be the follow-up to 2016’s Joanne.

Gaga is up for two American Music Awards: Favorite Soundtrack for A Star Is Born, and Collaboration of the Year for her Bradley Cooper duet “Shallow.”

Meanwhile, a Lady Gaga impersonator said she felt “like a deer in headlights” after the emcee at a charity event falsely introduced her a the real thing, forcing her to just go along with it as the crowd went wild and mobbed the stage.

Tierney Allen is a renowned Gaga impersonator, who performs in the Legends In Concert show at the Tropicana in Las Vegas, alongside Freddie Mercury, Pat Benatar and Elvis tribute acts, among others.

Allen recently played a Vegas charity event, where she took to the stage in Joanne-era getup and played “You And I” and “Million Reasons.” It was business as usual until the end of the event, when the emcee told the crowd that she was not an impersonator, but was the real thing.

Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Allen described the wild situation that ensued, saying: “What happened is I was booked to perform at a private event for Women of Global Change. We always tell the clients to make sure the guests know I’m not the real thing … I thought, ‘Oh, that’s not good. I immediately started sweating. I must have looked like a deer in the headlights.”

She stuck around to help out with a charity auction, assisting in the sale of a framed A Star Is Born poster, autographed by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, which was eventually sold for $3,000. On leaving, she told event organizers “I really hope I don’t upset Gaga’s people.”


Full Story: Billboard


Selena Gomez has opened up about her love life and shared that first loves can be “a little toxic.”

On Friday, the 27-year-old appeared on the Zach Sang Show, where she revealed that she’s ready for a new romance after her headline-grabbing, years-spanning relationship with Justin Bieber.

“I’ve been super, super single for two years and I want to know what that love will look like next for me,” she admitted. “I want it to be real and I don’t want it to be codependent, or messy, or lack of communication. When you get older, you find people who are actually right for you, that are actually on the same wavelength.”

Gomez also touched upon the hard lessons she’s learned from relationships in the past, seemingly referencing her history with Bieber.

“You’re in a phase of life where you experience love for the first time and I think that can just be a little toxic,” she said. “When you’re young, you have this codependency that you think is love, and then you have this addiction to the passion and the frustration with each other and you think, ‘Oh that’s love.’ I believed that for a long time.”

Immediately after Gomez’s new song, “Love You to Love Me,” and its music video were released last week, fans began analyzing the lyrics, convinced that the song is a formal farewell to her relationship with Bieber.

During her chat, Gomez assured fans that although she misses being in love, she’s doing just fine as a single woman.

“I’m chillin right now, you guys,” she stated. “Honestly that [dating] is so stressful so I’ve been having way too much fun being on my own. It sucked for the first year, I was like, ‘I just wanna cuddle, I just wanna watch something and be adored.’ Now it feels good. Now it feels awesome.”


Full Story: Billboard


Demi Lovato is taking Halloween very seriously this year.

For a pre-Halloween event on Friday, Demi posed dressed as Marie Antoinette in a dark beige and pastel green corset mini dress – complete with layered ruffles and lace. The corset top was pulled together with a white broach and a pearl lining which she matched with a string pearl necklace. The star matched the dress with a pair of white fishnet stockings.

For footwear, Lovato wore a pair of white Victorian styled boots tied up with a pair of silk shoe laces. The 27-year-old completed her 18th Century get-up with a perfectly powdered face, red blush and a towering blonde wig.

Demi created the look with the help of celebrity makeup artist Etienne Ortega and celebrity hairstylist Paul Norton.

“Halloween round 1… I told y’all I don’t play on Halloween!! It’s my time to shine. glam team killed it,” she captioned her selfie featuring the costume.

The next day, Demi brought the scares to her star-studded Halloween party in Los Angeles by showing up as the infamous Pennywise character from It.

Demi gave the evil clown a feminine twist by wearing an elaborate ruffled dress to complement her sinister makeup, red wig and creepy contact lenses. Her costume was based on Bill Skarsgård’s character in the 2017 horror movie, based on the Stephen King novel of the same title.

Lovato’s mom dressed up as Georgie, a little boy wearing a yellow raincoat who falls victim to Pennywise early on in the film. “My mom is the best,” the singer captioned a photo of the two on her Instagram Story.

Lovato’s party at L.A.’s HYDE nightclub on Saturday also such guests as Paris Hilton, Jason Derulo and The Real Housewives of Miami star Larsa Pippen.


Full Story: PopSugar

JESSICA BIEL DRESSES AS JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE: Jessica Biel dressed up as Justin Timberlake circa 1990s at the annual Casamigos Halloween party Friday night. The 37-year-old stole the show wearing a metallic jumpsuit, white sneakers, tiny blue sunglasses, diamond earrings and wig in Timberlake-mode from his ‘NSYNC years. Timberlake, meanwhile, dressed as a microphone. The married lovebirds parties alongside Randy Gerber, Cindy Crawford, Paris Hilton, Kaitlynn Carter, Lisa Rinna and several others. 

Brought to you by: