Nick Cannon is standing firm on his decision to not get married again. According to People magazine, Nick said “never,” when asked about remarrying. He continued, “That messes everything up. That takes the fairy tale out of it. Cinderella didn’t get married, she just lived happily ever after.”
Katy Perry has revealed that she would work with Taylor Swift under one condition. When a fan asked Katy about collabing with Swift, Katy said, “If she says sorry, sure!” She also spoke on Beyonce. When asked about her thoughts on Bey, Katy said, “I don’t think, I listen.”
Beyonce helped to arrange a surprise proposal for one of her backup dancers during the St. Louis stop of her “Formation World Tour.” Bey paused the show to allow John Silver, one of her dancers, to propose to another one of her dancers, Ashley Everett. Bey then performed, “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It).”
Miley Cyrus’ kid sister, Noah Cyrus, has signed a record deal. According to Perez Hilton, Noah will receive $250,000 to record her first album and $100,000 to write the album. TMZ has also reported that she’ll get another $1.5 million advance for her second album, if the first album does well.
Sia is celebrating six years of sobriety. She tweeted, “6 years sober today. Thank you to all those who have contributed knowingly and unknowingly. I love you, keep going.”
Gwen Stefani isn’t sure if she’d remarry after divorcing Gavin Rossdale. During a recent interview, Gwen said, “I don’t know! God, I don’t know. Everything is going so quickly. I’m in the moment and um…Look at me! You got me tongue-tied.” Meanwhile, Gwen and Gavin’s former nanny, Mindy Hann, gave birth to a baby girl this past weekend. It was previously rumoured that Gavin had a longtime affair with Hann.
Clint Eastwood’s latest movie, Sully, topped the weekend box office. The drama starring Tom Hanks about the “Miracle on the Hudson” earned over $35 million in opening weekend.
The movie marked the highest September opening for Warner Bros./Village Roadshow as well as the highest September opening for a drama. Studio exec Jeff Goldstein told Deadline, “We are so proud of Sully. Clint Eastwood made a sensational movie, and Tom Hanks and Aaron Eckhart gave amazing performances. The stars aligned and it over-performed.”
Julianne Hough is in no rush to get married despite her engagement to Brooks Laich. She told E! News, “It’s fun, but we’re still just enjoying the process of being engaged because we’re never going to be here again. We kind of started to plan and we’re like,’Eh! Let’s just enjoy it instead and not feel pressured to start planning already.’ So we’re just picking up little tidbits here and there but not really focusing on it too hardcore.”