Bob Harper, popular host of “The Biggest Loser” is on the road to recovery after suffering a serious heart attack earlier this month. Harper, a 51-year-old fitness expert, was unconscious for two days after sustaining the medical scare during a workout session in New York City two weeks ago, Harper confirmed to TMZ. A doctor who was also exercising in the gym reportedly managed to keep Harper alive by giving him CPR and using paddles.
Everyone is looking for love in the official video for the Ariana Grande and Future collab “Everyday.” As Grande sings the song across the city, couples make out on car hoods, on a city bus and in a laundromat. Future, meanwhile, shows up at an office where co-workers are mixing business and pleasure on the copy machine.
Last week, paparazzi photos of Justin Bieber revealed a mysterious stain on his pants. Bieber took to Twitter to set the record straight: He didn’t pee his pants, as some thought. “Someone got me flowers and I was driving, made a turn, and the water spilled on my d**k area…Didn’t bother me if it made ya laugh nice!” he tweeted. Bieber showed his sense of humour by sharing an Adam Sandler meme from Billy Madison with the catchphrase: “You ain’t cool unless you pee your pants.”
TLC’s manager has announced that they will be releasing their last album this summer. According to Complex, TLC’s manager, Bill Diggins, wrote on Kickstarter, “I am thrilled to let you know that the album is tentatively scheduled to be released at the end of June […] We are working out the official date in the next couple of weeks and once it is final we will notify you. This album could not have happened without your support and your confidence in TLC has inspired us greatly to make the best album possible. We would have loved to have delivered this album sooner to you but we are confident that you will agree that it was worth the wait when you hear it. The pursuit of excellence is never an easy task and always takes longer than expected.” As previously reported, TLC launched a Kickstarter campaign two years ago and raised more than $430,000 with help from fans to do their final album.
Lorde is getting ready to grace us with her Royal presence again. She hasn’t released anything since her 2013 debut Pure Heroine, but according to a new TV spot, she may have something new for us as early as Thursday. Lorde dropped the ad on New Zealand TV Sunday, which features her sipping on a shake in the backseat of a car as a piano instrumental plays. A black screen flashes: “3.2.17 NYC” and “3.3.17 NZ.”
this ad just played real casually on nz television // LORDE IS COMING pic.twitter.com/KROf6uNrpC
— megan (@megan_sagar) February 27, 2017
To honour Bill Paxton, the star of Twister who died on Saturday, close to 200 storm chasers used GPS coordinates to spell out his initials on a map showing Oklahoma’s stretch of Tornado Alley. The Spotter Network came up with the tribute on Sunday, with its president, John Wetter, saying the group has done this for a handful of chasers, but never for someone not in the field.
Glee star Heather Morris and The Bachelor’s Nick Viall are set to join Dancing With the Stars for its upcoming 24th season, according to E! News. Morris has danced back-up for Beyonce and competed on season two of So You Think You Can Dance. Dancing With the Stars premieres Monday, March 20 at 8 p.m. on ABC.