Beyoncé’s twins have arrived and Blue Ivy now has a younger brother and sister, according to multiple reports. Details have been kept under wraps on the twins’ arrival, which reportedly happened in a Los Angeles hospital on Monday, June 12. However, according to TMZ, a “minor issue” has kept the Bey babies in for a longer-than-expected stay.
Bill Cosby’s sexual assault trial was declared a mistrial on Saturday after jurors deadlocked after 53 hours of deliberating. Prosecutors now have four months to try Bill again. Former Temple University athlete Andrea Constand claims Cosby drugged her before assaulting her.
Twitter announced Friday that Katy Perry has made history: she’s the first user ever to reach 100 million followers. The social media platform celebrated the milestone by posting a video of her tweets through the years, starting with her first-ever tweet in 2009.
Ed Sheeran has received one of the highest honors that a Englishman can receive: a title from Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen’s annual Birthday Honours list included a special title for Ed: MBE (Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire). Ed received the honor for his services to both charity and to music. An MBE is the lowest of five classes of appointment to the Order. The top is a knighthood, which has been granted to such legends as Sir Elton John, Sir Paul McCartney and Sir Mick Jagger.
Pharrell Williams debuted his new Minion-filled music video “There’s Something Special” Friday from the upcoming Despicable Me 3.. This is the artist’s second original track for the soon-to-be-released animated movie. Williams dropped the song earlier last week, which followed his previously released track and music video “Yellow Light” for the film. The video features scenes from the movie with intermittent shots of Williams’ kaleidoscoped floating head sporting a yellow beanie. The movie hits theaters June 30th.
Cars 3 raked in an estimated $53.5 million for its opening weekend, Disney reports. Cars 3 marks the 16th Pixar film to open at No. 1. It’s also the 18th straight A CinemaScore for a Pixar film.
Simon Cowell is recording a charity single for the victims of the Grenfell Towers. He wants to help the victims of the recent Grenfell Towers fire in England. Cowell, who lives a mile from the towers, went to see the devastation. Glamour magazine claims One Direction’s Liam Payne, James Arthur, The Who, James Blunt, Leona Lewis, Rita Ora and Craig David are all recording a charity single. The Daily Mirror claims the singers will be covering Simon & Garfunkel’s hit ”Bridge Over Troubled Water”. Simon is also trying to get One Direction stars Harry Styles and Niall Horan to record.