One of summer’s staple events, Milwaukee’s epic Summerfest, is back this year with a packed lineup after taking 2020 off due to the pandemic. After canceling for the first time in its 53 year history, the festival is back in a big way; it’s happening over three weekends: Sept. 2-4, 9-11 and 16-18. The national’s biggest music event will feature headline acts from Miley Cyrus, Luke Bryan, The Jonas Brothers, Chris Stapleton as well as performances by 24kGoldn, Gabby Barrett, Flo Rida, Nelly and so many more.

(19) Jonas Brothers on Twitter: “Tickets go on sale May 21st. Feels so good to be talking about the live show and throwing around some ideas… 😈😎 Can’t wait to see your faces again!! Let’s get it!” / Twitter

Conan O’Brien has been a staple of late night TV for nearly three decades. He recently announced he’s wrapping up his TBS show before moving to HBO Max. He’s clearly an icon, but that doesn’t mean he’s a global superstar. O’Brien said on Wednesday’s show What’s my impact? What have I meant to the world? Well from BTS: not much. They were recently on a South Korean variety show where they played a game in which they were asked to identify various celebs. A pic of Conan pops up and J-Hope confidently blurted out Curtain. His bandmates quickly scolded him and said How can you not know Mr. Conan. J-Hope said he just got confused for a moment. We think an interview is in order here.

Bebe Rexha has long been a fan favorite among LGBTQ audiences. Now in a new interview she’s ready to explain why being a member of the community makes that connection even more special for her. Bebe explained she doesn’t have an explicit label that she places on her sexuality, because to her attraction doesn’t necessarily have a label. She said it’s a scale. She’s gone out with girl, famous ones too that she’s not naming. Has she fallen in love with a girl before? Yep. But right now she’s in a relationship with a guy. She’s happy, that’s what matters.

(19) Bebe Rexha on Twitter: “My sophomore album #BetterMistakes is OUT NOW 🖤 I wanted this album to convey the beautiful parts of me, as well as the broken parts. This is my story.” / Twitter

Imagine Dragons tapped actress Olivia Munn to embark on a wild ride in their Cutthroat music video which was released last Wednesday. The visual flashes to what looks like a crime scene where an actor is wearing a red-stained shirt on the side of a desert road and the trail of red splatters leads to Munn behind the wheel. But nothing is what it seems as later you simply see Munn struggling to get her driver’s license at the DMV. Things shift from there. Make sure to give the video a watch below: