E! News claims Ariana Grande is returning to Manchester, England for a benefit concert for the victims of her concert bombing. She released a statement saying; “My heart, prayers, and deepest condolences are with the victims of the Manchester Attack and their loved ones. There is nothing I or anyone can do to take away the pain you are feeling or to make this better. However, I extend my hand and heart and everything I possibly can give to you and yours, should you want or need my help in any way. The only thing we can do now is choose how we let this affect us and how we live our lives from here on out.”
I’ll be returning to the incredibly brave city of Manchester to spend time with my fans and to have a benefit concert in honor of and to raise money for the victims and their families. I want to thank my fellow musicians and friends for reaching out to be a part of our expression of love for Manchester. I will have details to share with you as soon as everything is confirmed.”
A source tells Hollywoodlife.com: “She’s reached out to a slew of celebs to come and perform with her, including Jennifer Hudson, Iggy Azalea, Nicky Minaj, Selena Gomez, and Chris Brown, who performs will come down to scheduling though, as it’s really short notice. Ariana really wanted Miley [Cyrus] to join her, but she can’t as she’s on tour.”
WPTV claims Ariana Grande’s fans gathered in her hometown of Boca Raton, Florida on Sunday to hold a memorial for the victims of her Manchester, England concert bombing. They released balloons in honor of those, who died.
Shawn Mendes was recently performing in Paris when he paid tribute to the victims of Ariana Grande’s concert bombing. He said: “I want to start with the fact that I know we all stand here tonight in this arena with heavy hearts for the people who were effected by the attack, and know that we all feel so, so sorry about what happened. But I need to tell you guys how important music is. Music is the one of the very rare things in life that can bring people together in a way that words cannot describe, but we can only feel. And something that important is something worth protecting and never, never let it broken.”
The NY Post claims Billy Joel was recently performing at Madison Square Garden when he paid tribute to the victims of Ariana Grande’s concert bombing.
He told fans; “I’m glad to see you weren’t terrorized, you came … If they can’t terrorize you, they lose.”
Billy then covered the Beatles song ”A Day in the Life.”
Julia Michaels tells Harper’s Bazaar that “Issues” is based on a true story. “I actually wrote it about a fight I had with my boyfriend. I tend to be a very non-confrontational person, so a lot of the time he will just fight at me, and I just kind of listen. A lot of the times I want to scream what I want to say, and it won’t come out, like my mind won’t work with my mouth sometimes, so basically everything I wanted to say but couldn’t say, I put in ‘Issues,’ and ‘Issues’ is me and my boyfriend, and my relationship, (but mostly me) in three minutes, seriously.”
Entertainment Tonight claims Pink’s husband Carey Hart built her a motorcycle as a push present.
She instagrammed: “Thanks @hartluck for the push present. I give you babies and you build me motorcycles,” she wrote with a heart emoji. “Some girls like diamonds, I like heavy metal and carbon-fiber and chrome.”
E! News claims Harry Styles recently called a 14 year-old girl, who was injured during Ariana Grande’s concert bombing in Manchester, England. Freya Lewis had been in intensive care since the blast. Harry called Freya after she woke up from surgery. He said he loved her and wished her well.
Selena Gomez tells WPOW that she is falling hard for The Weeknd. “I’m the kind of girl that loves tremendously big. I just have always been that girl. I will give my heart and my soul to the person that I love. It’s just how I operate. With that comes a lot, ya know?
Radar Online claims Beyonce is aiming for a silent delivery room when she gives birth. A source tells the site: “Beyonce likes peace and calm around her. She has zero time for drama and gossip, and prefers people be soft spoken. You can expect the same will be true when she gives birth to the twins. Beyonce asks to be surrounded with peaceful colors and soft sounds. This will be of utmost importance for her when giving birth.”
Law Newz claims Victoria Morales is suing Beyonce over her Blue Ivy brand.Victoria has a company called Blue Ivy while Beyonce has a daughter named Blue Ivy. Beyonce trademarked the name even though Morales has been using it for years.
The NY Post claims Mariah Carey and her manager Stella are starting their own beauty company. A source tells the paper; “Mariah and Stella are opening a business together, their own beauty company that they hope will feature their own products of makeup, skin care and fragrances. They plan on opening a brick-and-mortar store in Beverly Hills and have been secretly looking at a number of retail spaces with a plan to unveil it this holiday season or next year by the latest.”
People magazine claims Taylor Swift continues to do whatever she can to keep her relationship with Joe Alwyn private. A source tells the mag: “Taylor has been insanely private about her relationship with Joe. She has learned from the past. She wanted to get to know him without any chaos. He’s private and low-key. They’re on the same page on how to handle the attention.
NHL.com claims Carrie Underwood’s husband Mike Fisher could sing the National Anthem during the Stanley Cup Finals if needed.
Predators defenseman Yannick Webber tells the site; “Mike Fisher; he’s got a lot of help from home. He’s got a great voice. You underestimate him. His wife is a good singer, but he can go too. He must be the best one on the team.”
Fisher says; “I guess I’d be average, maybe. I’ve got a tough critic at home. She doesn’t make me sound too good. I would like to see her [Carrie] do every game, to be honest. She’s 1-0.”
NHL.com claims a car customized in Pittsburgh Penguins colors has been placed outside of the Nashville Predators’ stadium. The team is encouraging fans to smash the car. Carrie Underwood, in a reference to her song “Before He Cheats”, tweeted; ”Can I bring my Louisville Slugger?”