Chris Rock is the latest high-profile name to reveal that a positive diagnosis for COVID-19.
And his announcement has come with a word of advice.
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Check out Rita Ora!
The multihyphenate star covers the October 2021 issue of Vogue Australia.
Posing it up in full spread lensed by Ben Morris, the singer, actress, host, and all-around media maven, also seized the feature to open up about her forthcoming album.
Owner of four #1 singles, Ora’s latest full-length LP was 2018’s ‘Phoenix,’ which she followed with experimentative EP ‘Bang’ earlier this year.
Head below for pics, as well as quotes about what the 30-year-old is cooking up…
Mark those calendars because ‘Our Kind of People’ arrives on Fox on September 22.
Yaya DaCosta leads alongside Morris Chestnut in the series which is helmed by writer/executive producer Karin Gist and executive producer Lee Daniels.
Based on Lawrence Otis Graham’s critically praised book ‘Our Kind of People: Inside America’s Black Upper Class,’ the show follows strong-willed single mom Angela Vaughn (DaCosta) as she sets out to reclaim her family’s name and make an impact with her game-changing haircare line that highlights the natural beauty of Black women. However, she discovers a dark secret about her mother’s past that will flip her world upside-down and shake up this community forever.
Ahead of its premiere, check out an extended trailer…
Cop a gander of Adele!
The superstar singer made for a stunning sight in newly shared snaps.
Arriving amidst ample excitement for her forthcoming new album, the British belter posed for the pics while attending basketball star Anthony Davis’ wedding.
The songbird also appeared to confirm her much-rumored relationship with Rich Paul – sharing an affectionate snap of herself with the multi-millionaire sports agent.
Check ’em out below…
Despite execs at Warner Bros. giving a remake of Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner‘s 1992 film, ‘The Bodyguard,’ two thumbs up (as we reported here), fans of the ‘I Will Always Love You’ diva have been everything except in love with the announcement.
Taking to Twitter in droves, commenters slammed the news – with some arguing its untouchable soundtrack couldn’t be replicated while others cited Houston and Costner’s on-screen chemistry as the reason the classic movie shouldn’t be updated.
As the debate raged on about the forthcoming, Matthew Lopez-penned reboot, our friends at TMZ caught up with the late Pop icon’s ex-husband Bobby Brown for his two cents on the matter. His response came as a surprise to no one.
Don Lemon has got to be feeling sour as he takes a look at his Twitter mentions, even days after the drama between he and Rap Queen Nicki Minaj reached a boiling point.
As has been reported all week, Minaj has been in the center of global criticism due to her stance on the COVID-19 vaccine – a stance, mind you, that’s earned detraction from fellow celebrities, public health leaders, political figures, and many more.
While social analysts have been taking to their respective platforms to debate the matter (namely Nicki’s comments about stalling on getting the vaccine until she does ‘more research’), Lemon – a longtime anchor for CNN – turned heads when he said:
“The people talking about, ‘I don’t know what’s in the shot’ … You know what they get shots in nowadays? In their rear ends, they’re getting shots to make it bigger. They’re getting shots in their face. They don’t know what’s in Botox. You don’t have to listen to a minority of people who are being harmful to the greater good and who are not acting on logic, reason, and science.”
Needless to say, once the commentary got to the GRAMMY nominee’s desk she responded with an epic roast. What’s more, her fans – affectionately called Barbz – are continuing what she started.
Walt Disney World is celebrating five decades of magical moments by creating more with some of music’s most notable names.
‘The Most Magical Story on Earth: 50 Years of Walt Disney World’ premieres October 1 on ABC and will be bringing with it special performances from the likes of Christina Aguilera and Halle Bailey.
In a freshly unwrapped trailer, Xtina is shown belting ‘Reflection’ from ‘Mulan,’ while Halle (who has nabbed the role of Ariel in ‘The Little Mermaid’) took vocal flight with ‘Can You Feel The Love Tonight’ from ‘The Lion King.’
Check it out below…
Lil Nas X has stirred up quite the promotional storm in support of his debut album ‘Montero’ and it looks like the star is set to yield major results.
Because the first-week sales predictions are in and they show that he’s set for a major debut on the Billboard 200.
Full story below…
Readers of That Grape Juice know how passionate we are about music – whether that be past or present.
However, unlike our other segments – Retro Rewind, TGJ Replay, and From The Vault – The Pop Stop is the most in-depth look at Pop songs that may have flown under the radar over the last week that you should know, rather they be from music’s biggest stars or those on the rise.
This week, we want to highlight cuts from Jonas Brothers, Majid Jordan, The War On Drugs, and Alec Benjamin.
Join us inside…
After ample teasing for months, Taylor Swift has finally released her ‘1989’ classic, ‘Wildest Dreams (Taylor’s Version).’
The song is the latest release from the music superstar as she re-records her discography after losing the rights to her masters.
Previously, she released her acclaimed ‘Fearless (Taylor’s Version)’ in April. Now, she is gearing up to release her next re-recorded album, the fan favorite ‘RED,’ which is due out November 19 (as we reported here).
It is worth noting that despite the release of ‘Wildest Dreams,’ there is no current word about ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version).’
Take a listen to the updated version of ‘Wildest Dreams’ below…