BTS announced the two-day Muster Sowoozoo livestream event, which will celebrate the group’s eighth anniversary and ARMY on June 13-14. The second night will feature a world tour version of the show with some of BTS’s foreign language songs. Their new song Butter is already breaking record. Set a new all-time 24-hour record of 108.2 million views and reached a record for the biggest music video premiere on YouTube with 3.9 million. They’re just on a roll, top home all four awards they were up for at Sunday’s Billboard Music Awards as well.
Taylor Swift might have been proud of her baby Olivia Rodrigo as soon as Drivers License became a hit, but Rodrigo’s actual mother also incredibly supportive of course didn’t react to the song the way one might have expected her to the first time she heard it. Olivia said her mom is the first person to listen to any of her songs and she’s very honest with her. After hearing Drivers License her mom said the bridge is really weird. It’s too much and doesn’t fit with the rest of the song. Olivia laughed it off in the interview, said if you couldn’t tell her Mama is very honest, she’s glad she didn’t take her criticism to heart. Also how cool does Rodrigo’s mom sound? She’s a third grade teacher whose favorite genre of music is metal. We love a metal mom!
Selena Gomez warned that everybody is a suspect while sharing the official trailer for her upcoming Hulu series Only Murders in the Building. Gomez stars alongside Steve Martin and Martin Short, who all live in the same apartment building that’s plagued by a great murder mystery that the three tenants try to investigate together. But in search of who’s guilty, the seemingly innocent parties might find themselves on the other side of the mystery. Only Murders in the Building premieres August 31 on Hulu. Check out the trailer:
Disney+ is officially conjuring up a new Hocus Pocus movie, with the streaming service announce the sequel will be released in 2022. Disney+ also confirmed The Proposal filmmaker Anne Fletcher is taking over directing duties from Adam Shankman, who remains on as an executive producer. Hocus Pocus 2 is a follow-up to the 1993 feature, three witches who were rescurrected in Salem, Massachusetts are bent on becoming immortal. All three are returning for the sequel, which begins production in the fall. The sequel sees three young women accidentally bring the Sanderson Sisters back to modern-day Salem. The must stop the child-hungry witches from causing a new kind of toil and trouble.