5 Things You Missed Today (February 17)
Earlier today, CBS aired the Grammys Special in honor of musician Stevie Wonder. Artists came together to sing a few of his songs that have touched the hearts of music-lovers from all over the world. One of our fave performances was, of course, from the artists we can't wait to see working on a song together—Ed Sheeran and Beyonce. You can watch their nine-minute long opening number over here. Bey also shared a few snapshots on Instagram of their rehearsals for the number. Can these two do an original song together already? We'd be the first ones in line to listen to the song if they did.
Douglas Booth and Hailey Baldwin are on the cover of the latest issue of Wonderland Magazine. Among other things, the two celebrities shared a few deets on their careers. "I think modeling is a great platform, and I am really enjoying what I am doing now, but as I grow as a person, I will see what works for me," the model said when asked about what she thought of the career path she's taking. "I just want to stay open to explore all creative avenues." Douglas, on the other hand, was asked if he was willing to move to America, maybe because he was getting more and more projects lately. To that he said, "I love going to LA too, one of my best friends lives there, but after four weeks I’m ready to come home and have a reality check." You can read more about these two soon on the magazine's website but for now, check out their stunning covers below.
Are you a fan of The CW's Beauty and the Beast? If yes, then this will sound great to you. The network renewed the show for a fourth season after its third season premieres this May. Starring Jay Ryan, Kristin Kreuk, and Nicole Anderson, Beauty and the Beast centers on the lives of Detective Catherine Chandler and Dr. Vincent Keller who turns into a monster once he's angered.
We know it's been so long since you saw Taylor Lautner on the big screen, so we're happy to report that his upcoming movie Tracers has released a new clip you can watch while waiting for the film to premiere on March 20. That's next month, Candy Girls, so you better prep yourself for it!
Missed iCarly star Miranda Cosgrove? Don't worry because you'll be seeing her on TV soon. The former Nick star just landed a role on an untitled NBC sitcom about grown-up daughters going home to their parents who have been used to having no kids for a while. Miranda will be playing the youngest sibling who holds a doctorate in astrophysics and aspires to be an astronaut. What do you think of her new role so far?
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