While others might be excited for the upcoming Fifty Shades flick, we are on the edge of our seats for the "IDWLF" music video featuring our two faves, Taylor Swift and Zayn Malik. T-Swift took to her Instagram to post a major preview of the MV and dropped the news that the video will be released "tomorrow night midnight est." Thank God it's Thursday! (Just Jared Jr.)
We've always admired the strong bond among T-Swift's girl squad, but rumor has it that things have gone sour between Gigi Hadid and Selena Gomez since Sel started dating The Weeknd. According to Hollywood Life, ever since Gigi found out that Selena is going out with her sister's ex boyfriend, "[She] refused to answer Selena's calls." Oh no! We hope these two patch things up soon. (Hollywood Life)
In other Selena Gomez news, it's been quite some time since Sel's Wizards of Waverly Place last aired, but here's some good news: The young artist is coming back to the small screen! This time around, she's putting on a different hat and will be the producer of her new show on Netflix Thirteen Reasons Why. Watch the trailer of Selena's passion project below and get crazy excited just like us!
Miley Cyrus is known for a lot of things and speaking her mind is definitely one of them. During the presidential campaign season down to the recently held Women's March, Miley has been vocal about her issues with current US President Donald Trump. Now, the former Disney Star is being accused of treason by Angelina Jolie's father Jon Voight. According to Perez Hilton, Voight recently told a paparazzi "When you see the young people, like Shia LaBeouf and Miley Cyrus, and they have a lot of followers, a lot of young people, what are they teaching? They're teaching treason. They're teaching going up against the government, not accepting the will of the people on this presidency. It's a very sad day really when I see this." (Perez Hilton)
It was a sad day for all Game of Thrones fans when it was announced that the hit series will end on its eighth season. But before you panic, Candy Girls, your favorite show might be getting a much-deserved prequel! HBO’s Programming president Casey Bloys told Entertainment Weekly "It's such a big property we would be foolish not to explore it, but it’s a pretty high bar, we'll take some shots at it. I'm not going to do it just to do it. It has to feel very special. I would rather have no sequel and leave it as-is then have something we rushed out." OMG, fingers crossed! (Hollywood Life)
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