As the 32nd GLAAD Media Awards quickly approach, tons of celebs are getting ready to join in the celebration for LGBTQ inclusion. GLAAD revealed a new slate of special guests who will be attending the revamped, virtual ceremony this year. The stars joining in for the big night include Katy Perry, Sam Smith, Jojo Siwa, Laverne Cox, Jim Parsons and more. It was previously announced actress Niecy Nash would serve as the event’s host, following her coming out in 2020. GLAAD partnered with Google in order to premiere the ceremony on GLAAD’s YouTube channel on Thursday, April 8 at 8PM.
Demi Lovato said her heart is overwhelmed with the support she’s gotten from fans for her docuseries Demi Lovato: Dancing with the Devil. She also announced her new single Dancing with the Devil will be here March 26. Lovato was beside her with joy at the kind words and thoughts she’s gotten since the premiere of the original series that explores the darkest chapters of her life. The four part docuseries opened a film festival on Tuesday and pulled back the curtain on Demi’s 2018 heroin overdose as well as a sexual assault she suffered at 15 and on the night of her near-fatal overdose. Her companion album will be here April 2.
(18) Demi Lovato on Twitter: “My new song “Dancing With The Devil” as heard in the @YouTube #DemiDWTD doc trailer will officially be released 3.26 🖤 #DWTDTAOSO Pre-save it now: https://t.co/QIyFhN6X37 https://t.co/Z2TGGaoLsR” / Twitter
Nick Jonas would jump at the chance to play fellow New Jersey musician Bruce Springsteen in a movie. He revealed in a new interview about how the acting opportunity is a dream of his. He missed the chance to go see Springsteen perform at Giants Stadium when Jonas was young, but he finally got to see The Boss two years ago in LA. Growing up in Jersey, Bruce has a special place in Nick’s heart and creative life. In fact, the Jonas Brothers have even taken a page out of The Boss’ notebook on how his shows have resonated so deeply with his fans. They want to make sure their artistic vision comes through but at the end of the night they want their fans to have the best night too.
Cardi B is celebrating the other TV broadcast highlighting her buzzy Grammys performance of WAP with Megan Thee Stallion: Fox News’ Tucker Carlson Tonight. On a segment, Tucker and Candace Owens sounded off on the sexually explicit display. The two conservative commentators swapped harsh opinions about the footage from Sunday’s performance. But Cardi applauded her appearance on the news broadcast, tweeting Yay! We made Fox news guys! She later thanks Owens whom she nicknamed Candy for boosting the YouTube Video of her performance which now has over 5 million views and was the No. 1 trending video on the platform.