There’s one man who, for more than a decade, has been hankering to know just who Taylor Swift was referring to in her Fearless song Hey Stephen. That man is Stephen Colbert. Colbert tried to get to the bottom of it during an interview with its creator on The Late Show. Truth be told, it wasn’t so much an interview as a sketch. So was the song written about Colbert? Nope. C’mon. Swift recorded it back in the day when she was 18. She said it’s just the power of music. Don’t flatter yourself. Then matters took a strange turn when he held up a mood board stacked with pictures of Colbert. She flexed her acting chops by telling us some stalker knowledge of Colbert. But in reality, Hey Stephen is actually about the master of horror Stephen King. She’s a big fan.
When Peach County, Georgia flight nurse Britta Thomason recently revealed she’s a hard-core Swiftie, she had no idea the news would result in a handwritten note and huge gift box from her favorite singer. Britta revealed the thoughtful gift online where she said I’ve always seen videos of her fan opening packages but never did I think I would be one of them! Don’t mind me…I’ll be crying the rest of the day Taylor, thank you! Just the latest act of kindness from Swift.
Demi Lovato’s comedy series about a group of people with eating disorders is getting a pilot order at NBC. She is set to star and executive produce the project titled Hungry which follows friends who belong to a food issues group and help each other as they look for love, success and the perfect thing in the fridge that’s going to make it all better. Lovato has been open about having an eating disorder herself in the past. Just one of so many parts of her life she’s open about with fans. If this project gets the green light for a series, it will mark Lovato’s first regular TV role since she starred in Disney Channel’s Sonny with a Chance.
Demi Lovato opened up to Drew Barrymore about the struggles they shared being child stars in a recent interview. Both women started in the entertainment business before the age of 10, with Lovato on Barney & Friends and Barrymore’s breakout role in E.T. They both shared the Hollywood environment never taught them how to take care of themselves, also this weird dynamic with your parents when you’re the one who is paying the bills in the family but not holding the power. Lovato said she hasn’t told ever story and doesn’t feel like she needs to either. That’s for me and my treatment team.