People.com has reported that Celine Dion will live stream her first Las Vegas show since her husband, René Angélil’s death. The singer’s website posted a message, saying, “We are pleased to announce the return of Céline to The Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. Join Céline and her fans in Las Vegas for a trip down memory lane, live at The Colosseum, to celebrate her return and witness Céline’s loving tribute to René.” A source also told the site that the first 10 minutes will be streamed.
Ariana Grande has announced the title of her third album. The “@PopCrave” Twitter account wrote, “Ariana Grande has announced that the title of her third studio album is Dangerous Woman – and it’s trending!”
Will there be a second Coachella Festival taking place this Fall? According to MissInfo.Tv, a statement in The Desert Sun via Indio, CA Mayor Glenn Miller says that a second Coachella is “imminent.” Apparently a second festival can bring an extra $1.3 million a year to Indio, so city officials are on board. Miller said, “It brings a different group into the community that wouldn’t be here in the summer heat, so it brings in money, business and jobs to the city.”
Lea Michele is back on the market. Us Weekly is reporting that she and boyfriend Matthew Paetz have ended their relationship after nearly two years. A source told the magazine that it was reportedly Matthew who did the dumping and that it has left Lea heartbroken. The insider said, “He had enough. She was completely crushed. He won’t take her back.” Another source told E! News, “The breakup came all of a sudden and without warning. She got no reason or explanation for the split. He ended up being an opportunist who took advantage and broke up with her in a very heartless way. Her friends were always concerned with the relationship because of his past. All of those fears were validated.”
Vanessa Hudgens has booked a new gig on TV. She will be the star of a new NBC sitcom called Powerless. The show tells the story of a woman who is just a normal person living in a city full of superheroes. It is being eyed for the 2016-2017 TV season.
There are two new X-Files novels on the way which will follow Dana Scully and Fox Mulder in their teen years. The X-Files Origins: Agent of Chaos and Devil’s Advocate stories will both take place in the spring of 1979 and deal with the chain of events which lead both characters to join the FBI. Both books will be released simultaneously in January of 2017.
Spike TV’s Lip Sync Battle is getting a younger sibling. Lip Sync Battle Jr. is being developed for Nickelodeon and will premiere later this year. The competition will feature kids fighting it out on the stage. The original series averages four million viewers each week when it airs on Thursdays on Spike.
How is Ben Affleck moving on as his pending divorce from Jennifer Garner works is way through the process? A source reveals that as long as he keeps busy, Affleck is well. “He is happier and a more fulfilled person when he’s busy all day and night working,” a film source tells People magazine. “He’s smart, dedicated and restless.” When it comes to his love life, the insider explains that “he is not dating anyone.”