Let’s Get Dirty! 5/17/18

Let’s Get Dirty! 5/17/18

Let’s Get Dirty! 5/17/18

As promised, Christina Aguilera dropped her Demi Lovato collaboration, “Fall In Line,” which will appear on Christina’s upcoming album “Liberation,” which drops June 15th.

Check out the song below.

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The original “Iron Man” suit worn by Robert Downey Jr. in 2008 was lifted from Movie Prop Storage in California. Workers told police the suit, which is valued at $325,000, went missing sometime between February and April 25th.

The LAPD confirmed the burglary is being investigated, and from what we could find, there currently isnt any leads.

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“America’s Got Talent” is about to expand globally with a new competition show featuring past competitors from the U.S. and around the world. “America’s Got Talent: The Champions” will see previous performers duke it out with past competitors of “Got Talent” shows from around the globe. And yes, Simon Cowell will be there to judge the whole thing. It all begins this winter on NBC.

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Pink isn’t about to let someone insult her on social media and keep quiet. Case in point, the singer recently clapped back at an online troll who had the nerve to suggest she was looking old.

After the troll in question tweeted “Wow, Pink looks so old she should be named Purple instead,” Pink did not hold back. “You must be from la. Well, there are a few people left in the world that choose to age naturally. And I’ve earned every f**king minute of my 38 years,” she tweeted. “How you lookin though? Cause I never heard of ya til you put my name in your mouth. I shall call you little purple troll.”

See everything she tweet back below.

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Rihanna recently told “Vogue” that she and Drake don’t have a friendship anymore, and it seems that may have prompted him to stop following her on social media

Although there’s no word when Drake actually stopped following RiRi, “Us Weekly” says he was following her as recently as last week.

Not that Rihanna probably even noticed. The mag claims she stopped following Drake months ago.

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OneRepublic has teamed with Logic for a new song that will appear on the season two soundtrack to the Netflix series “13 Reasons Why,” which drops tomorrow.

The song, “Start Again,” features vocals from Ryan Tedder, with Logic adding a verse on suicide about halfway in.

Proceeds from sales of the album will go towards The Trevor Project and Crisis Text Line, which both provide depression and suicide resources for LGBTQ+ teens.

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Lauren Cohan has been confirmed to return as Maggie Greene on season nine of “The Walking Dead.” The news comes at a great time – as the new season starts filming next week. Cohan confirmed the news herself while promoting her new movie, “Mile 22,” with Mark Wahlberg saying, “There’s a lot more Maggie story to tell.”

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Another university has revoked Bill Cosby’s honorary degree in the wake of his assault conviction. The University of Cincinnati unanimously agreed to revoke Cosby’s doctor of humane letters degree he received in 2001.

The Kennedy Center has also stripped Cosby of two awards including his 1998 Kennedy Center Honors and the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor he received in 2009. They join the growing list of institutions that have already revoked Cosby’s honors.

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