Celebrity Scoop – 11/01/2019


Hollywood makes its living getting dressed up, so it should come as no surprise that Tinseltown is Ground Zero for creative hijinks come Halloween.

Among this year’s all-stars:

Kylie Jenner, who went for is Ariel in the Little Mermaid. … and then Marilyn Monroe. Earlier in the week, she’d dressed up as a Playboy bunny, and collaborated with BFF as Anastasia “Stassie” Karanikolaou as Britney Spears and Madonna for their iconic 2003 MTV Video Music Awards performance and kiss. 

Kim Kardashian dressed as Reese Witherspoon in Legally Blonde

Jason Momoa, noted hunk of burning love, dressed as Elvis Presley when he showed up for The Ellen DeGeneres Show Thursday. “I am obsessed with Elvis, slightly,” Jason told host Ellen DeGeneres while delivering an impression of the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll. “I just love him. My momma raised me on him and I’m so obsessed, I bought a bike like him. I got an old ’55 pink Cadillac.”

Kevin Hart, who trolled BFF Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson wearing his iconic 90’s look: blue jeans, black turtleneck, chain, black fanny pack. “This s–t makes me laugh. #NailedIt #HappyHalloween #PeepTheNapkinUnderMyElbow,” Hart, 40, captioned the side-by-side comparison.

On The Today Show, cohosts really went all out. Carson Daly and Savannah Guthrie dressed as Grease’s Danny and Sandy; Hoda Kotb brought out her inner Saturday Night FeverJenna Bush Hagerand Willie Geist recreated Dirty Dancing’s iconic dance-lift scene; and Craig Melvin and Al Roker buddied up as The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air characters.

Jennifer Garner, meanwhile, dressed as a mailbox. 

File this under tricks and not treats: Sarah Jessica Parker took to social media to vent about people who stole the  “beautiful,” “carefully chosen” pumpkins off the stoop of the West Village brownstone she, her husband Matthew Broderick and their three kids live in. But wait, happy ending! Fans were distressed by her plight and gifted the star with pumpkins. 

Drake actually showed up to a Halloween party dressed like his dad Dennis Graham. He shared a pic of himself, along with the caption, “Not planned.”

Cardi B put her own spin on Poison Ivy, naming her costume “Money Ivy.” She later appeared on Ellen, who dressed up as “Cardi E.”


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Pink’s recent Beautiful Trauma tour grossed just over $397 million, making it biggest tour for a woman in over a decade. In a new cover story with Billboard, Pink credits her long-lasting career to her elaborate and acrobatic stage shows.

“I don’t think I would still have a career if I wasn’t good at touring because I’ve never won at any other angle – I’ve never been the ‘it’ girl. I’ve never been selling perfumes or clothes or dolls,” she tells Billboard. “I have really made a career out of keeping my head down and beating the pavement.”

Pink is set to receive the Legend of Live and Tour of the Year honors at the 2019 Billboard Live Music Summit and Awards, held on November 5th and 6th in Beverly Hills. She’s the first female solo artist to win the Legend of Live award.

Pink also opened up about the difficulties of being a parent while on a world tour, as well as her plans for the future of her career.

According to the singer, traveling the world for work makes parenting more difficult. “There have been many times when I have been sitting in the corner of arena bathrooms crying and saying to myself, ‘There’s a reason why women don’t do this, there’s a reason why moms don’t do this,’ because it’s f*cking impossible at times,” she said. Pink continued to describe the toll touring has taken on her 8-year-old daughter Willow.

“The last couple of months, Willow was over it. She wants to be home and do BMX and swim team and gymnastics and all the sh*t that an 8-year-old wants to do,” the singer added. “So she was asking to go home, and that’s when I knew: From here on out, it changes.”

Pink said she considering a Las Vegas residency, where she can perform without the hassle of touring. “Think about the show I could do in Vegas,” the singer told the outlet.

One thing you probably won’t see Pink doing is the Super Bowl halftime show. After singing the national anthem at the 2018 game, Pink is fine to leave it at that. “Everybody that does it gets so persecuted,” she says of the halftime performers. Plus, she doesn’t support the NFL’s treatment of former quarterback Colin Kaepernick following his protests of racial inequality in America.

“I’d probably take a knee and get carried out,” Pink says.

The singer – who spoke with Billboard a few days before it was announced that Jennifer Lopez and Shakira had been tapped to perform – suggested that the NFL “should only give it, because of the controversy, to African-American or Latina women for a while.”


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Prince Harry and Prince William’s relationship has reportedly been strained for quite some time, and it seems Kate Middleton is over it. 

“[She] hopes William and Harry will eventually heal the rift and let bygones be bygones,” the source said.

According to Us Weekly, Kate is also concerned about how Harry and Meghan Markle seem to be suffering under the strain of media and public criticism. 

Kate “hates to see” Meghan and Harry “so miserable,” a source told the outlet. But “while Kate’s concerned about Harry and Meghan’s well-being, she tries to stay out of the drama,” the source added.

Her approach is based on her essentially practical nature, the insider opines. “The way she sees it, life’s too short to make enemies – especially with loved ones,” the insider adds. “She’s very levelheaded like that. Kate’s a family girl.”

Harry and Meghan have filed suit against tabloids and have spoken openly in ITV’s Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, about the pressure they feel. 

Harry also addressed issues with William, saying: “Part of this role and part of this job, this family, being under the pressure that it’s under, inevitably stuff happens,” he said. “But look, we’re brothers, we’ll always be brothers. We’re certainly on different paths at the moment but I’ll always be there for him and as I know he’ll always be there for me.”


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Kesha has a “rainbow” inspired makeup line coming out. The singer revealed her new collection will be called Kesha Rose Beauty and will feature her “favorite bright, insane rainbow- and earth- and nature-inspired colors.”

She said: “I actually have a makeup line coming out called Kesha Rose, and it’s all my favorite bright, insane rainbow- and earth- and nature-inspired colors. I don’t even really like using the word ‘beauty’ because it’s more about expressing yourself. It’s about redefining what beauty means to you. Beautiful is happiness and happiness is beautiful, so that’s what I am trying to encourage with the makeup line and with the record.”

The 32-year-old singer bases her makeup looks on her “floating aura,” which she says changes from day to day.

She added: “Quite frankly, I feel like I am just a floating aura and my aura changes colours from day-to-day, and I want to be able to express that with my [makeup]. It’s not about feeling perfect or trying to look perfect or perfectly symmetrical or anything like that, it’s about being happy and having fun. So, I want people to play with it and have fun with it and hopefully feel like they’re expressing their auras and souls through makeup and not so concerned with looking like some perfectly symmetrical, filtered Instagram thing.”


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Louis Tomlinson and Niall Horan have both announced solo tours for next year, and their former One Direction bandmate Harry Styles may be hitting the road as well.

Harry spilled the beans on a potential 2020 tour during a video chat with the U.K.’s Capital FM. When asked why he couldn’t play Prince Eric in the Disney live action remake of The Little Mermaid, Harry responded, “They shoot for so long, and I want to tour next year.” He quickly added, “Maybe, don’t know, potentially…haven’t announced that yet.”

The musician also spoke about his new single “Lights Up” and his double duties on Saturday Night Live.

Harry released his latest single, “Lights Up,” earlier this month, but a release date for his sophomore solo album has yet to be announced.

While talking about “Lights Up,” Harry said: “For me, the song is about free some and self-reflection and self-discovery. A couple things that I’d kind of thought about and wrestled with over the last couple of years and I think this song is about me accepting those things.”

As for the sexy video, Harry oiled up in a sea of naked people, he admits that it was not oil on his body, but “aloe vera actually, it was a lot more healing than that.”

Harry is preparing to host Saturday Night Live and confessed to feeling anxious about the challenge. He shared: “I’m not going to lie, I’m a little nervous.

“I’ve been there before to perform. So I know kind of like how insane it is backstage and how, like hectic everything is – even when you’re just playing two songs on it. So the idea of doing everything is definitely a little nerve wracking, but I’m excited for it. I think it’s going to be really fun.”

Harry will be on SNL on November 16th, where he’ll perform a variety of his music in addition to hosting.


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CBS TO RECREATE JAMES CORDEN GAME SHOW: CBS is set to remake James Corden’s Sky gameshow, A League of Their Own. CBS already has had huge success with Corden’s The Late Late Show, and while Corden will not likely appear in the gameshow, his fingerprint will be present. TBD when this will land. 

DUA LIPA DROPS ‘DON’T START NOW’: Dua Lipa has dropped her new song “Don’t Start Now.” It marks the first new song from Dua’s second studio album, which is expected to be released in the near future. “I chose to put this song out first so I could close one chapter of my life and start another,” Dua said in a statement. “Into a new era with a new sound! It’s about moving on and not allowing anyone to get in the way of that. It also felt like a natural first song choice as I made it with the brilliant same crew I made ‘New Rules’ with.” Dua is confirmed to perform at the 2019 ARIA Awards, to be held November 2nd at the Star Event Centre in Sydney. The British pop artist is the second international booked to perform at the Australian recording industry’s flagship ceremony, after Halsey.

AVA MAX DEBUTS ‘FREAKING ME OUT’ MUSIC VIDEO: Ava Max has released a new music video for “Freaking Me Out.” The video was directed by Edgar Daniel. The song was originally released earlier in the summer, and follows the release of the Joseph Kahn-directed music video for “Torn.” Next up for Ava is a performance on the MTV EMAs, taking place in Seville, Spain on November 3rd.

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