The Weeknd has unveiled an 18-song greatest hits collection, The Highlights, in advance of his upcoming Super Bowl halftime performance. He will take the stage on Feb. 7. But before then, he’s offering fans the chance to order a copy of his greatest hits, features songs like Can’t Feel My Face, Starboy, Heartless among others. The CD version will ship in the next two or three weeks. And meanwhile he’s gearing up for the big game.
The pandemic opened up the floodgates for online shopping but it also opened up Billie Eilish to realistic prices of food versus how much she thought it costs. Adulting has introduced her to new prices after she grew up with no money. She said in a recent interview with Vanity Fair I don’t know how much Froot Loops are. I tried to order a mini box and was like oh yeah, sure $35. She ended ordering 70 mini boxes of the cereal. Sometimes gaining a fortune means losing sight of the value of a dollar. But she is on track for her upcoming album. Eilish revealed it feels exactly how she wants it to feel. Check out some of her shots from the Vanity Fair shoot here!
Demi Lovato will star in a comedy project in the works at NBC. She has signed on to Hungry which has a pilot commitment, meaning NBC will pay a penalty if it doesn’t air. Hungry will follow a group of friend who belong to a food issues group and help each other as they look for love, success and that one thing in the fridge that will make it all better. Lovato who has been open about having an eating disorder is also an executive producer.
There’s a good reason why we didn’t find out about Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel’s second son, baby boy Phineas until several months after his birth. On Dax Shepard’s Armchair Expert podcast, Timberlake broke down the couple’s parenting philosophy when it comes to keeping their kids and their private life out of the public eye for as long as possible. They simply try to be conscious of making sure they can live a life where we’re not weirdly private but conscious of making sure the kids can be kids for as long as possible and not have the weight of somebody else treating them differently because of something that their parents do. Let the kids be kids, you gotta love and respect them for it too! Learn more at the JT podcast episode here!