A new Lady Gaga documentary, Gaga: Five Foot Two, is slated to launch on Netflix September 22nd. The “intimate and unfettered portrait of a year in the life of Lady Gaga” will premiere at this year’s Toronto International Film Festival. With the doc, “audiences get an unguarded glimpse at Gaga through a series of personal highs and lows and the culmination of a year’s emotional journey,” according to a press release.
A Mariah Carey remix version of French Montana’s hit song “Unforgettable” arrives today, and Mimi herself has shared a sneak-peek snippet of the track on social media. She makes a guest vocal appearance on the tune as well.
Amy Schumer isn’t afraid to talk about the gender wage gap….while topless! This week, Variety reported that Schumer was paid $11 million to star in a stand-up comedy special for Netflix, but then returned for more money when she learned that fellow comedians Chris Rock and Dave Chappelle were earning $20 million each. Variety quoted a source saying she “received significantly more” as a result of the talks, but exact numbers weren’t specified.
Taylor Swift has released the first single from her upcoming new album. And she is not ready to make nice on “Look What You Made Me Do,” the biting lead single of her highly anticipated sixth album, Reputation. Reputation will be released on November 10th and is available for pre-order. So, when can we see the new video? On Sunday, during the MTV video awards. Here is a teaser:
— Taylor Swift (@taylorswift13) August 25, 2017
Justin Bieber may have canceled the remainder of his Purpose world tour “due to unforeseen circumstances” but you don’t have to wait to hit another concert to grab pieces from his Purpose the Stadium Tour merchandise collection because it’s coming to H&M September 7th, according to a tweet by the Biebs himself.
MTV’s annual Video Music Awards are often the biggest spectacle of the awards season, offering up some of the wildest performances and zaniest getups from the most popular entertainers of the day. This year, Katy Perry will host while fan faves like Lorde, Kendrick Lamar and Fifth Harmony will hit the stage to perform.
Comic Jay Thomas, best known for his role as Jerry Gold on Murphy Brown, has died at age 69 from cancer.
It took a serious paycheck to lure David Letterman out of retirement. The 70-year-old has kept a low-profile (gigantic beard notwithstanding) since leaving The Late Show in May of 2015, but Netflix’s offer of $2.5 million per show to host a six-episode interview series got his attention.