Billboard has reported that Adele’s album, 25, has returned to the number one spot on the Billboard 200 chart. The singer was also recently spotted doing some casual shopping in Target.
Nick Jonas has announced that his sophomore solo album is finished. He said on Instagram, “New album done… That means new music music is coming soon..”
Rebel Wilson revealed on ‘Ellen’ that she received “death threats” from Harry Styles fans. She explained, “Basically, I got accused of sexually assaulting Harry Styles. These little girls, I think they’re about 12, [were] very, very unhappy with that. Basically, we’re just like two professional entertainers having a good time, and he really enjoyed it… and I told him that on Twitter, and then they just sent me more death threats.”
Deadpool blew away the competition at the weekend box office in its second week of release. The movie racked up an additional $55 million to nab the top spot above Kung Fu Panda 3. 20th Century Fox exec Chris Aronson said in a statement, “It’s a Deadpool world and we’re just living in it.” He added, “He’s a character who is part of the culture. People feel that they have to see it, so they don’t miss out.”
Jared Fogle believes he got the raw deal when he was sentenced to more than 15 years in prison for child molestation and possession of child pornography. His lawyers have filed an appeal on the basis that the judge unfairly exceeded the maximum sentencing guidelines.
Spencer Pratt took to Twitter on Friday (February 19th) to apologize for comparing the end ofThe Hills to 9/11 during a recent interview with Broadly. He told the website, “The Hills getting cancelled] was our 9/11.” Spencer tried to ease the backlash by writing, “RE: my 9/11 comment: I want to apologize for making a such a thoughtless analogy. I’m not going to make dumb celebrity excuses about being taken out of context. I just said something dumb and potentially hurtful to a lot of people and that’s all there is to it. I’ll likely say something dumb again, but I know I need to check myself on this one. Again, apologies to anyone I offended and for being insensitive. Much love, Spencer.”
Mariah Carey might be engaged again but Nick Cannon isn’t even ready to date again. He recently explained to People, “I haven’t figured it out yet. I just don’t think I’m ready to date yet. It’s funny because my next film that I’m writing is all about online dating so I’m learning all about it. It’s so intriguing to me but I have yet jump into that pool. But it’s the new wave so I’m not against it.” Nick was rumored to be dating Nicole Murphy back in December. He and Mariah split in 2014.
Chrissy Teigen is pissed at Us Weekly for putting a negative spin on an answer she gave them during a recent interview. The mother-to-be took to Twitter on Saturday (February 20th) to put the magazine on blast for quoting her as saying that getting a night nurse was one of the best pieces of parenting advice she has received.
Chrissy wrote, “@usweekly so I am nice enough to choose to stop and talk to you guys and you use the last of many questions as your headline because you know it will make me look like a poor, uncaring mother and get people talking. Awesome. Doesn’t go unnoticed. I literally always make the time to talk to you and am honest and open to your extremely personal questions. No more. I’ve learned.”
Amy Adams has signed on to star in a TV adaptation of Gillian Flynn’s novel, Sharp Objects. The story involves a reporter who spends time at a psych ward and is released only to be assigned to cover the murders of two preteen girls. Jean-Marc Vallée will direct the pilot. The script will be written and exec produced by UnREAL’s Marti Noxon.
Kesha’s worst nightmare became a her reality this past weekend. The singer attended court on Friday regarding her lawsuit against Dr. Luke, where she requested an injunction from a judge so that she would be able to work with other producers aside from Luke — whom she claimed physically assaulted her. According to BreatheHeavy.com, a Buzzfeedreporter who was inside of the hearing said, “There has been no showing of irreparable harm. She’s being given opportunity to record. You’re asking the court to decimate a contract that was heavily negotiated and typical for the industry.” The judge added, “My instinct is to do the commercially reasonable thing.”