ARIANA GRANDE LAUNCHES NEW ANIMAL SHELTER – (11/12/2020)
Ariana Grande announced the launch of Orange Twins Rescue on Wednesday (November 11th). Posts on the singer’s Instagram and Twitter accounts showed the organization’s logo along with the promise that a website is coming soon.
The singer writes that she is “so happy proud and excited”.
According to the Orange Twins Rescue Instagram page, it is a non-profit animal rescue located in Los Angeles, California.
Applications for pet adoption and fostering are already available via the rescue’s Instagram.
‘BAD GUY’ SURPASSES ONE BILLION VIEWS ON YOUTUBE – (11/12/2020)
The video for Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy” has surpassed one billion views on YouTube.
Variety reports the song reached the milestone on Wednesday (November 11th) morning, just a year-and-a-half after the video’s release.
It is her only video to join the billion views club, but her “Lovely” collaboration with Khalid isn’t far behind with almost 900 million views.
INSIDE PRINCE CHARLES’ SUCCESSION PLANS – (11/12/2020)
Prince Charles is preparing to become king. Sources tell Us Weekly that Charles is setting the stage in anticipation of his mother Queen Elizabeth II stepping down.
A source tells Us: “Charles will serve as king with Duchess Camilla by his side. This is something he’s dreamed about his entire life — he sees it as his birthright, and Her Majesty would find it extremely difficult to deprive him of that.”
The Prince of Wales turns 72 on Saturday, November 14th, so the time, observers say, may be drawing near. Princess Diana’s former butler Paul Burrell tells Us: “Charles has made it quite clear that he intends to slim down the monarchy and reduce the number of full-time working members of the family to those in the immediate line of succession.”
Charles is first in line for the throne, which the 94-year-old Queen has held since 1952. Next up is Prince William, then his three children with Kate Middleton: Prince George, 7, Princess Charlotte, 5, and Prince Louis, 2.
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CHRISTINA AGUILERA SIGNS WITH JAY-Z’S ROC NATION – (11/12/2020)
Christina Aguilera has signed with Roc Nation management after parting ways with Irving Azoff, her manager of 20 years.
According to Variety, Aguilera’s move to the Jay-Z-helmed agency is confirmed only by the presence of her photo and bio on the company website.
Other notable Roc Nation clients include Mariah Carey, Megan Thee Stallion, and DJ Khaled.
LAFD RESPONDS TO DENZEL WASHINGTON’S HOME: Smoke could be seen pouring out of Denzel Washington’s second floor in L.A., sending fire crews over. But no flames were detected and occupants exited safely. (ET)
HALSEY CONSIDERING RECORDING A ROCK ALBUM – (11/12/2020)
Halsey is thinking about recording a rock album.
The singer, who has already collaborated with Machine Gun Kelly and Bring Me the Horizon, told Vogue that when it comes to making a punk rock LP, “I do really want to, but it needs to come naturally.”
She added, “When that time comes, it’ll happen on its own. I definitely need to do it eventually though, because I’m starting to age out of being angsty and punk.”
G-EAZY DENIES HALSEY POEM: Halsey’s new poem by an abusive ex is not about G-Eazy, his camp is saying. In her anthology, “I Would Leave Me If I Could,” Halsey included the poem “Lighthouse,” she wrote about a man who’s “7 feet tall” with dark hair and who does lines “for days on end” until he would “pace the room in circles,” at his California home and cry “banging his fist against his forehead” until his knuckles bled. His publicist told Page Six: “We understand everyone’s desire to continually link them for sensationalist purposes, but she did not name any names, so for anyone to speculate is just irresponsible.” (Page Six)
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