Like the rest of us, Billie Eilish is stuck at home in isolation, and while some people may be going stir crazy, Billie is actually enjoying it.
“If I'm being honest, I haven't wanted to," she tells Telekom Electronics Beats about doing video calls with friends. "It sounds so introverted and lonerish, but I've been really enjoying being alone. It’s been nice." She adds, "I love my friends, I can't wait to see them, I do miss them a lot, but at the same time I'm good,” noting, “I'm good being alone. I like being alone. I haven't had this time off since like I was like 12, so yeah, it's crazy."
And while going through this self-isolation is hard, she suspects people will quickly forget about it once life goes back to normal. "If I'm being real, I feel like as soon as we can see people again and go out, we're going to be so happy and grateful,” she says, adding, “and in about three days, we're all going to take it for granted again.”
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom announced last month they were expecting their first child together, and now they’ve revealed the child’s gender.
Katy posted a photo of Orlando’s face covered in pink frosting, simply writing, “💕 it’s a girl 💕.”
Meanwhile, a source tells People the couple is thrilled to be expecting a daughter. “They are both so excited about having a baby. They are also ecstatic that it’s a girl,” he insider notes. “They love that they have this amazing, positive thing to focus on right now. It’s such a happy distraction for them.”
While this is the first child for Katy and Orlando, Orlando is already dad to 10-year-old son Flynn with ex-wife Miranda Kerr.
Madonna is opening up her wallet to help in coronavirus relief efforts. The singer’s rep announced she’s donating $1 million to the Gates Philanthropy Partners’ COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator.
“I’m joining the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation effort to find a drug that will prevent or treat COVID-19. We need this to protect our health workers, the most vulnerable, and all of our friends and families,” Madonna shared on her website. “I am so impressed by the work of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator’s urgent efforts to find new or existing drugs that could effectively prevent or treat the disease.”
She added, “I send enormous gratitude and strength to the courageous first responders, medical professionals and scientists who are protecting our communities, those suffering and our most vulnerable.”
Post Malone has a huge hit with his song “Circles” and now somebody else is trying to take credit for it. A man named TylerArmes has filed a lawsuit claiming he helped co-write the number one tune but didn’t get any credit.
According to Armes, he and Post got together in August of 2018 to write the tune, and he contributed the chords and bass line for the track, and also contributed other things to the song, including the guitar melody.
Armes says he had been in negotiations to get a writing credit, but he was offered 5% of royalties and no credit, and when he tried to get more they ended discussions.
- Well, Post has already responded to the suit, suing Armes back. In his suit, Post claims while Armes was at the first recording session, he didn’t write any part of the tune and was never at a recording session after that. He says Armes is just someone who falsely claimed to take credit for the song and demanded unwarranted and unearned profits from it. He wants a judge to rule that Armes isn’t a co-writer of the song.
To help promote his new movie “Trolls World Tour,” JustinTimberlake recently answered some questions from kids, and revealed the things that make him happy, and a lot of them are food-related.
“Ice cream, I think we can all agree on that. Pizza, pancakes,” Justin shared. “I’m basically just naming everything that I’ve been eating since we’ve all been staying in our homes. ”
Of course, food isn’t the only thing that makes Justin happy, adding, “And my son. When he is happy, I am happy.”
- In the same Q&A Justin revealed his favorite toy as a child, his Cabbage Patch doll, sharing, “I carried that doll with me everywhere.”