Let’s Get Dirty! 8/9/18

Let’s Get Dirty! 8/9/18

Let’s Get Dirty! 8/9/18

You knew it would happen sooner or later. Kylie Jenner has a cameo in one of Travis Scott’s videos. Stormi Webster’s mom is portraying a Virgin Mary-like character in “Stop Trying to be God.”

Check it out below.

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Angelina Jolie has filed paperwork saying that her soon-to-be ex-husband hasn’t paid any “meaningful” child support since they started divorce proceedings a year and a half ago. Even though the court hasn’t defined “meaningful” in this case, her attorney is seeking an order for retroactive child support.

Meanwhile, sources in Brad’s camp say that he’s totally fulfilled his obligations to their six children and called Angie’s filing a publicity stunt.

To review, while Angelina filed for divorce in September 2016, they put it on hold to get the custody agreement worked out. So far, that hasn’t happened.

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Next year’s Oscar Awards are introducing a new category: Achievement in Popular Film. At this point, we’re not sure what the criteria for the  category will be, but it’s thought that it will honor films that are commercially successful. In the past, many of the films nominated weren’t necessarily the most popular (think “The Shape of Water” vs “Black Panther”).

Another thing we’ll see in the upcoming kudofest is a shorter run time. They’re going to do their best to keep everything within a three-hour window…and pass out “selected” awards during the commercial breaks. The changes come after last year’s Oscar telecast was the least-viewed in its history.

We’ll see how it all works out when the 2019 Oscars airs on February 24th.

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We said yesterday that Ariana Grande could be the next passenger in James Corden Carpool Karaoke, and we were right! Ari just filmed Carpool Karaoke and apparently got injured during the shoot, she showed off her bandaged left hand on Instagram story, and we’ll get to see exactly what happened when she gets in the car on April 15th.

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“The Bobby Brown Story” is set to air in two parts on BET starting on September 4th, and we’ve got the first clip.

While both “Whitney” and “Whitney: Can I Be Me” tells Whitney Houston’s version of events, this biopic gives us a look at Bobby Brown’s side of the story. It covers his life from the time he left New Edition and his 15-year marriage. He worked closely with the network to make sure they got things right.

Check out the clip below.

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It looks like motherhood has really inspired Kim Kardashian West. The star is stepping up for children everywhere by launching a Facebook fundraiser to support children with mental health issues and learning disabilities. The fundraiser will benefit the Child Mind Institute, a non-profit organization dedicated to the cause.

“As a mother of three, I think nothing is more important than my children’s health. This includes their physical and mental health.” She urges fans to donate, adding that this is the first time she’s done a Facebook fundraiser.

So far, the fund has raised $15,000 in two days – and there’s a goal of $50-grand. Mental health has been discussed in the family before, particularly with Kendall Jenner, who recently revealed she took a break from modeling to focus on her mental health. Kim’s husband Kanye West has also been candid about his mental health issues.

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Twenty One Pilots just revealed the track list for their upcoming album “Trench,” which drops October 5th. The album features 14 songs, including the already released singles “Jumpsuit” and “Nico and the Niners,” as well as “Levitate,” for which they just released a new video.

The video for “Levitate” picks up where the first two videos left off, and has singer Tyler Joseph at a mountain retreat with a group of yellow-striped, face-covered rebels. It ends with Joseph getting snatched by a mysterious figure dressed in red.

Check out the track list below, and the video for “Levitate” below.

  • “Jumpsuit”
  • “Levitate”
  • “Morph”
  • “My Blood”
  • “Chlorine”
  • “Smithereens”
  • “Neon Gravestones”
  • “The Hype”
  • “Nico and the Niners”
  • “Cut My Lip”
  • “Bandito”
  • “Pet Cheetah”
  • “Legend”
  • “Leave the City”

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If you wondering why Kanye West hasn’t appeared on “Carpool Karaoke,” trust that it’s not James Corden’s fault. He said that ‘Ye has cancelled on him at the last minute at least twice. To make up for it, Mr. Kim Kardashian sent him flowers and pair of Yeezys. But it cost “The Late Late Show” $45-thousand bucks.

Hopefully nothing like that will happen tonight when ‘Ye is set to sit down with “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Should be interesting since he’s about that “Make America Great Again” life and Jimmy Kimmel is not in that sense.

 

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