Avril Lavigne’s The Most Dangerous Celeb On The Internet
If you are an Avril Lavigne fan you may want to be careful before you start Googling her name. The cybersecurity firm McAfee has officially named her this year’s most dangerous celebrity on the Internet, because she’s the star most likely to bring people to websites carrying viruses and/or malware.
When searching Avril’s name, folks have a 14.5% chance of getting to a page that would be an online threat, while if you search for MP3s the danger increases to 22%.
And Avril isn’t the only pop star who’s dangerous. Bruno Mars made the list for the first time this year in second place, followed by Carlly Rae Jepsen, Zayn Malik and Celine Dion.
Top Ten Most Dangerous Celebrities On The Internet
Avril LavigneBruno MarsCarly Rae JepsenZayn MalikCeline DionCalvin HarrisJustin BieberSean “Diddy” CombsKaty PerryBeyoncé
Judge To Hear Case For Bobbi Kristina Biopic
TV One’s “Bobbi Kristina” biopic may be on hold. As you know, Bobby Brown and Bobbi Kristina Brown’s estate filed suit to permanently block the film.
A judge has “ordered the parties to appear in court to further discuss the matter.” A court date is set for September 29th, which is one week before the movie’s airdate. The judge will then determine if the biopic should be temporarily blocked for release.
According to the lawsuit, Bobby also claims the film depicts him as a bad father who abused his late ex-wife Whitney Houston. He and the estate are currently suing for $2 million dollars.
Harvard University To Honor LL Cool J
Congratulations are in order for LL Cool J. He’s among the recipients of Harvard University’s 2017 W.E.B. DuBois medal honoring those who’ve made a significant contributions to African and African American history and culture.
Other medalists this year include director Ava DuVernay, Democratic political strategist Donna Brazile, artist Kara Walker, Microsoft Chairman John Thompson, and Ford Foundation President Darren Walker.
The ceremony – also known as the Hutchins Center Honors – will be held on October 4th in Cambridge, Massachusetts.