Mariah Carey is scheduled to perform a concert in Brussels this weekend however according to TMZ, the singer has been warned to cancel the performance in light of Tuesday’s terrorist attack. The site has reported that Mariah’s security is “strongly against” the singer hitting the stage because the venue where she’ll be performing, Forest National, may be a target for another attack.
Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas’ tour has undergone a name change. According to Oh No They Didn’t, the tour was reportedly struggling to sell tickets and is now being sponsored by Honda. The tour, which is now called the “Honda Civic Tour: Future Now” will not be canceled as a result of the car company’s new sponsorship.
The Carter marriage rumours are increasing by the minute. According to Radar Online, Beyonce and Jay Z had a drama-filled dinner party which reportedly displayed the couple’s rumoured marriage woes. An insider told the site, “They had a private dinner on Saturday for about ten people consisting of their inner circle, family and business partners. They could hardly have been more detached!”
Reese Witherspoon turned 40 on Tuesday and celebrated the milestone over the weekend with a huge party that included nearly 200 guests. The event was held at the Warwick in L.A. and the guest list included Robert Downey Jr., Matthew McConaughey, Jennifer Aniston, Chris Martin, Nicole Kidman, Jason Bateman, Tobey Maguire, Chelsea Handler, Kate Hudson, Courtney Cox, and many more. The night also included performances by Keith Urban and Taylor Swift.
Melissa McCarthy claims that the secret to her marriage to Ben Falcone is having similar goals. She explained to The Daily Mail, “We have always been lucky that we have worked together for so long but we see the same thing and we have had the same goals.”The Boss star added that “patience and kindness” are also the keys to any good relationship as well as giving each other space.
Add author to actor-comedian Kevin Hart’s list of accomplishments. Atria Publishing Group announced Tuesday that the “Ride Along” star is writing a memoir about his experiences growing up and early failures as a comedian that helped fuel his now-prolific career. The book will be titled “From the Hart” and is scheduled to be released next year by Atria’s imprint 37 Ink. Hart has become a popular actor, appearing in the “Ride Along” films with Ice Cube, “Get Hard” with Will Ferrell and 2015’s “The Wedding Ringer.”
George Clooney and his wife Amal Clooney are one of Hollywood’s most charming couples, so it’s no wonder fans would long to share a table with the pair. The dream is now a reality – if you’ve got an extra $44,000 lying around! The duo is hosting a dinner at their Los Angeles home to raise money for Hillary Clinton.