Lady Gaga opens up about her future goals in an interview with “InStyle” and those dreams include marriage and kids.
When asked what she wants out of life she replies, “Marriage," as well as, "more music, more movies, more charity with the Born This Way Foundation."
Gaga's goals include a lot more philanthropy, and funding research for things like fibromyalgia and chronic pain, noting, “I have a lot of dreams and hopes. What I will actually accomplish, I have no idea, but I know that I'll be doing it with the people I love."
Another thing Gaga, who is currently dating Michael Polansky, is looking forward to is starting a family. "I will say I am very excited to have kids. I look forward to being a mom,” she shares. “Isn't it incredible what we can do? We can hold a human inside and grow it. Then it comes out, and it's our job to keep it alive."
She shares, "It's so funny, everyone works out of my house every day. When they come in, I always say, 'Welcome to the Womb!'"
Halsey is doing what she can to help out healthcare workers on the frontlines fighting the coronavirus. The singer shares on Instagram that she’s purchased 100,000 FDA certified masks from a factory in China, which she’s donating to several hospitals.
“Every single day I am in awe of the medical workers on the frontlines. Their determination, selflessness and empathy is the single greatest example of our capacity to love and survive as humans,” she writes, noting that she wanted to “find a real way to make a difference,” which is why she purchased the masks. She will be donating them to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Providence Saint Joseph, LAC+USC Medical Center, and Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital.”
Halsey urges fans to stay home, and offers, “If you are on the frontlines, my heart is with you. And I will be continuing the fight to help you get the support and resources you need.”
The Weeknd has given a rare interview to “Variety” and in it opens up about what he considers the “darkest time” in his life.
The singer shares that the song “Faith” on his album “After Hours” was inspired by this period, explaining, “So, this is about the darkest time of my entire life, around 2013, 2014," adding, "I was getting really, really tossed up and going through a lot of personal stuff. I got arrested in Vegas," referring to a 2015 arrest for punching a police officer. He explains, "It was a real rock-star era, which I'm not really proud of. You hear sirens at the end the song—that's me in the back of the cop car, that moment."
The Weeknd admits it wasn’t easy looking back on such a hard time in his life. “I didn't want to...but sometimes you try to run away from who you are, and you always get back to that place,” he offers. “By the end of this album, you realize, 'I'm not that person.' I was, but I'm growing and wiser, and I'm gonna have children someday, and I'm going to tell them they don't have to be that person."
- ONE MORE THING!In the article, The Weeknd says he was inspired to be a performer after seeing Jim Carrey’s “The Mask,” and now they are both friends and neighbors. “I texted him the address of my condo in L.A., and he said, ‘I can literally see your place from my balcony,’ and we got out telescopes and were waving to each other,” he shares. “Anyway, on my [30th] birthday, he called and told me to look out my window, and on his balcony he had these giant red balloons, and he picked me up and we went to breakfast.”
- And...The Weeknd also accuses Usher of copying one of the songs from his 2011 mixtape "House of Balloons." "I heard 'Climax,' that Usher song, and was like, 'Holy f**k, that's a Weeknd song,'" he says. "It was very flattering, and I knew I was doing something right, but I also got angry. But the older I got, I realized it's a good thing."