Far Left: Lance Bass; Albert L. Ortega/Getty ImagesWith everything going on in the world, it’s hard to remember that June is Pride Month. The Hollywood Reporter has recognized that with a special Pride issue, featuring an oral history of “How I Came Out in Hollywood,” as told by multiple gay
Streamline/InterscopeLady Gaga‘s new album is ready to “Rain” atop the Billboard 200 chart, industry forecasters tell the publication. Chromatica is on track to debut at number-one on the album chart with sales of over 250,000 units, according to Billboard. If it succeeds, it’ll become Gaga’s sixth chart-topper, following the soundtrack
ABC/Image Group LATo further support the Black Lives Matter movement, Christina Aguilera has been sharing her platform with the black community in the wake of George Floyd‘s death. On Wednesday, the “Beautiful” singer shared a thought-provoking letter from a black activist to further educate her followers about racism. “Imagine. I urge you to use this time to
Jason Koerner/Getty Images for OprahA few days ago, Lady Gaga declared “Everyday people in America are racist, that’s a fact…it’s time for a change.” Now she’s reacting to what she sees as, perhaps, the beginnings of that change: the arrest of all four officers involved in the death of George
NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty ImagesKelly Clarkson has been recording a lot more than “Quaraokes” while in lockdown. The singer teases that she’s just recorded a new duet — but she won’t reveal the mystery duet partner. In an interview with ET Canada from her Montana ranch, Kelly says, “I
ABC/Image Group LALately, Pink‘s socials have been filled with her reaction to the death of George Floyd and the resulting protests, leaving her husband Carey Hart to celebrate their daughter Willow‘s ninth birthday online in his own way. Willow’s birthday was Tuesday, and Carey posted to Instagram a photo of
Adam Christopher/NBCUniversal/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty ImagesAs protests grip the nation over the death of George Floyd, an unarmed black man who died while in police custody, celebrities have been using their platform to denounce any and all instances of police brutality while voicing their support for the Black Lives Matter movement.
Norbert SchoernerIn her new Chromatica era, Lady Gaga has spoken many times about the importance of being kind and spreading kindness — she’s also called herself a “kindness punk.” But she says the concept is something that she’s been aware of since she was a teenager being bullied at school.
ABC/Lou RoccoFresh from an appearance on the American Idol finale, Jordin Sparks is back with her brand-new single, “Unknown,” from her upcoming EP, expected June 26. This is the first we’ve heard from Sparks since her solo release in 2015, but the Grammy-nominated singer and American Idol alum clearly still has the vocals to fuel the powerful
Kevin Winter/Getty Images for NARASThe death of George Floyd while in custody of Minneapolis police has sparked protests, not just in the U.S., but all over the world. Adele, who usually goes for months between social media posts, has taken to Instagram to drive home the point that violence against