Lady Gaga has cancelled the remaining dates of her “Joanne” world tour because of “severe pain” caused by her fibromyalgia. She had ten European tour dates left. In a statement, Gaga said, “I love this show more than anything, and I love you, but this is beyond my control.” Back in September, she was forced to take a hiatus from the tour because of the same issues. Fibromyalgia is a chronic illness, which is not fully curable.
Leave it to the Kardashians to try and steal the Super Bowl’s thunder! Kylie Jenner, who kept her entire pregnancy totally under wraps, announced she gave birth to a baby girl on February 1st. When did she announce the big news? Just hours before Super Bowl 52 kicked off! She explained in a post on social media that she kept the pregnancy private to prepare for what she described as the “role of a lifetime” in “the most positive, stress free, and healthy way…” She and the baby’s father, Travis Scott, have not yet announced the baby’s name.
Michael Buble and his wife, Luisana Lopilato, are expecting baby number three! They are already parents to two little boys, 4-year-old Noah and 2-year-old Elias. Noah was recently treated for liver cancer and is doing well on his road to recovery.
Surprise – John Stamos is a married man! He and his pregnant fiancé, model Caitlin McHugh, tied the knot in California on Saturday. Meantime, though, about $165,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from McHugh’s Beverly Hills hotel room on Friday. The bling was reportedly on loan for her big day.
In case you weren’t sure, YES there IS a new episode of “This is Us” tomorrow (Tuesday) night!
Some great trailers premiered during the Super Bowl last night! We got our first look at “Solo: A Star Wars Story,” as well as anticipated sequels “Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom,” “Avegers: Infinity War,” and “Mission Impossible: Fallout.”
“Jumanji” jumped back to the top of the box office this weekend!
- “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” – $11 million
- “Maze Runner: The Death Cure” – $10.2 million
- “Winchester” – $9.3 million
- “The Greatest Showman” – $7.8 million
- “Hostiles” – $5.5 million
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