Celebrity Scoop – 11/03/2020
ARIANA GRANDE TOPS THREE DIFFERENT BILLBOARD CHARTS – (11/03/2020)
Ariana Grande has the latest #1 song on the Billboard Hot 100 with “Positions.” The song also topped Billboard’s Global 200 and Global Excl. U.S. charts. Grande took to social media to express her gratitude and wrote: “Thank you so, so much and congratulations to the most incredible team.”
She also used the post to persuade voters in today’s Presidential election, she ended with: “This is such an honor, please vote for Biden.”
“Positions” is Grande’s fifth single to reach the #1 position on the Hot 100 and her third single to achieve the feat this year, following her “Stuck with U” collaboration with Justin Bieber and her “Rain On Me” collab with Lady Gaga. It’s also the first single from her sixth album of the same name.
LADY GAGA TWEETS TO THE PRESIDENT ‘GLAD TO BE LIVING RENT FREE IN YOUR HEAD’ – (11/03/2020)
Lady Gaga found herself tangled in President Trump’s Twitter feed after stumping for Joe Biden for president. At 2 AM on Monday morning, Trump sent out a tweet about her and then later on, the campaign sent out an official statement about her appearance at a Biden drive-in rally, calling it a “desperate effort to drum up enthusiasm for Biden’s lackluster candidacy.”
Gaga jumped in on the action and replied: “So Happy, I’m Glad to be living rent free in your head. Biden and Harris for President”
Trump also accused her of “mocking Pennsylvania.”
DONALD TRUMP CALLS OUT JAY Z AND BEYONCE DURING RALLY – (11/03/2020)
Donald Trump called out Jay-Z and Beyonce during a rally in Pennsylvania yesterday (November 2nd). After Beyonce officially endorsed Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, Trump told his supporters in Scranton, “They got Beyonsee and they got Jay-Z.”
He continued on Jay-Z, “He started using the f-word, you remember. He was using the f-word, f-word, f-word.” Trump was referring to Jay Z and Beyonce’s headlining performance at Clinton’s Ohio rally during her run for presidency.
During the rally, Trump supporters were also heard yelling “Lebron sucks!”
KENDALL JENNER DRAGGED FOR HOSTING MASSIVE HALLOWEEN BASH AMID THE PANDEMIC – (11/03/2020)
The quiet rumble of criticism against the travel and socializing choices members of the Kardashian-Jenner clan have made during the pandemic has turned into a roar. First, Kim Kardashian West threw herself a 40th birthday party last week on a private island, flying friends and family in so they could “pretend things were normal just for a brief moment in time,” and then Kendall Jenner threw a 100+ person bash without masks or social distancing for 25th birthday and Halloween.
While there were signs up everywhere begging people not to post on social media, many, including her sister Kylie, ignored her instructions and the blowback she seemed to anticipate hit with a vengeance.
One shot shows Kendall blowing out candles on a birthday cake, breaking multiple coronavirus health guidelines in one fell swoop; an apparently horrified waiter tried to evade her spittle. He, unlike the attendees, was wearing a mask.
Twitter was peeved, and didn’t understand why she couldn’t see this happening. Wrote one: “i’m still in awe of kendall jenner’s chaos of inviting influencers and models and her sister to her birthday and expecting them to read and follow these rules.”
Miley Cyrus seemed pretty furious too. She reportedly unfollowed celebs who attended, plus Kendall and Kylie.
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OFFICIALS SLAM TRUMP’S CLAIM ON SEAN CONNERY – (11/03/2020)
The former First Minister of Scotland is among the officials debunking President Donald Trump’s claim that Sean Connery supported him during his fight to get a golf course built on a nature preserve. Connery died at age 90, his family revealed over the weekend.
“Scotland and much of the world is mourning the loss of a great spirit. Sean Connery’s contribution and life’s work was immense, real and lasting and everyone with an ounce of class is reflecting upon just that today,” Alex Salmond, who served as Scotland’s First Minister from 2007 to 2014, said in a statement. “Tributes are great from all sources but this is not a time for tweeting silly claims or indeed responding to them.”
“The legendary actor, 007 Sean Connery, has past on to even greener fairways. He was quite a guy, and a tough character. I was having a very hard time getting approvals for a big development in Scotland when Sean stepped in and shouted, ‘Let him build the damn thing,’” Trump claimed on Twitter. “That was all I needed, everything went swimmingly from there. He was so highly regarded & respected in Scotland and beyond that years of future turmoil was avoided. Sean was a great actor and an even greater man. Sincere condolences to his family!”
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