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FRIDAY MAY 11, 2018

May 11, 2018
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An Intruder Spent the Night in Rihanna's House

Someone broke into RIHANNA's home in the Hollywood Hills and STAYED THE NIGHT. Rihanna was NOT home at the time . . . and the police were alerted when the security company got suspicious that her alarm had been tampered with. When they showed up, they found a 26-year-old guy, and they arrested him for felony stalking. It's unclear if he'll face additional charges. TMZ says he resisted arrest, and had to be TASED. He's being held on $150,000 bail. More details HERE

 

Ryan Reynolds Apologizes to David Beckham in the New "Deadpool" Commercial

There are SO MANY things the "Deadpool" movies get right. At the top of that list is MARKETING. And the latest ad for "Deadpool 2" is a perfect example. You may not remember this, but in the original movie, Deadpool makes fun of DAVID BECKHAM's voice, saying it sounds like he  . . . "Mouth-sexed a can of helium." In the clip, Beckham is sitting at home, obviously still stewing over that joke, when Deadpool shows up to apologize. It contains absolutely zero scenes from "Deadpool 2", yet it makes you want to see it even more. The movie opens next Friday. More details HERE

 

Two Former "American Idol" Contestants Will Be Coaches on "The Voice" Next Season

This is kind of an interesting situation: Next season on "The Voice", two of the coaches will be former "American Idol" contestants. Season 14 is airing right now, with KELLY CLARKSON doing her first stint as a coach. She'll be back for Season 15, along with JENNIFER HUDSON, who coached Season 13. Kelly and Jennifer will be joined by BLAKE SHELTON and ADAM LEVINE . . . Speaking of American Idol, Katy invited Taylor Swift to host the night of the finale. More details HERE

 

Spotify Has Removed R. Kelly's Music From All Playlists

Spotify has removed R. KELLY's music from all its playlists, including the popular RapCavier. It's part of a new policy against "hate content" and "hateful conduct". His music is still on Spotify, they've just chosen not to actively promote it. They said, quote, "We don't censor content because of an artist's or creator's behavior, but we want our editorial decisions to reflect our values. "When an artist or creator does something that is especially harmful or hateful, it may affect the ways we work with or support that artist or creator." Kelly issued a statement saying Spotify is basing its decision on, quote, "false and unproven allegations." He also pointed out that Spotify, quote, "promotes numerous other artists who are convicted felons, others who have been arrested on charges of domestic violence and artists who sing lyrics that are violent and anti-women in nature." (He's not wrong.) More details HERE

 

EXTRAS:

--CHANCE THE RAPPER has joined the voice cast of "Trolls 2", and he'll also have a song on the soundtrack. There are no details on his character. The movie will come out in April of 2020. More details HERE

--PHARRELL is opening his first restaurant. It's an eatery and cocktail lounge called ' Swan and Bar Bevy.' It'll be in Miami . . . and it's probably too expensive for us to go. There's no word when it'll open, but one of the co-owners says they expect it to be, quote, "the most beautiful restaurant in Miami." More details HERE

--So Christina Aguilera released that song Accelerate  last week and we weren’t the biggest fan of it. Well, she released another new song, called TWICE. More details HERE

--So, I take it The Weeknd and Bella Hadid are back together.. They got pretty handsy at a club in Cannes & they were also reportedly spotted hanging out together at Coachella. Sure, it could just be platonic, but really? Don’t be naive. More details HERE

--Fox just canceled three comedies: "The Last Man on Earth", "Brooklyn Nine-Nine", and "The Mick". "The Last Man on Earth" lasted four seasons . . . "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" was around for five . . . and "The Mick" was dropped after just two. Apparently, Fox wasn't happy with the ratings, or they're feeling good about the NEW comedies they're debuting in the fall. There will be more information on that next week, during 'upfronts'. That's when all the major networks unveil their schedules for next season, along with previews of their new shows. Fox holds its presentation on Monday

 

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