BTS is getting the ARMY in the festive spirit by teasing their upcoming holiday themed package, which includes a behind the scenes DVD and planners for the 2021 calendar year. In a second teaser for the Season’s Greetings DVD, the boys are seen goofing around in the countryside, riding bikes, playing some games and more. They are decked out in their usual retro-themed outfits the for the shoot, as that seems to be the theme of their next musical era. The teaser comes just a week ahead of their upcoming album, Be set for release on Nov. 20.
With its late fall schedule largely in place, ABC is turning its attention to the first part of 2021. The network has set premiere dates for several unscripted series, including The Bachelor and American Idol. A half dozen series, including a trio of new game shows will premiere in January and February. The Bachelor will be here Monday, January 4. Thursday the 7th is game night with Celebrity Wheel of Fortune and you’ll have to wait until Valentine’s Day for American Idol.
— American Idol (@AmericanIdol) November 10, 2020
Usher debuted a picture of his newborn daughter Sovereign Bo Raymond on TV earlier this week on Wednesday, which was her scheduled due date. HE first revealed the precious photo of him kissing his baby girl’s forehead on The Ellen Show and she described her as a little porcelain doll. Usher teased, you believe that until you have to change her diaper! Sovereign is Usher’s first daughter. He has two songs with his ex-wife. So we want to say Congratulations to Usher and his girlfriend Jenn. Welcome to the world newborn!
Pinkfong’s upstoppable toddler set song Baby Shark has officially reached RIAA Diamond status. The 11x platinum Baby Shark was a top 40 hit on the Billboard Hot 100, reaching No. 32 January 2019, as well as hitting No. 14 on the streaming songs tally while spending a total of 59 weeks on the chart. It’s been quite the month for Baby Shark, which scored another major milestone last week when the video moved past Despacito to become the most-viewed YouTube video of all-time. It currently has 7.13 billion views and is now the only children’s song in history to be certified Diamond.
— RIAA (@RIAA) November 10, 2020