Say goodbye to the wasps, the thigh chafing, and the lackluster TV schedule, it is finally fall! Celebrities are making moves - literally and figuratively.
Cardi B is moving on
Rappers Cardi B and Offset filed for divorce after three years of marriage and one child together. Cardi B took to Instagram live to set the record straight about the split. She claimed there was no cheating and she simply got tired of arguing and not seeing eye-to-eye. She also stated, “I’m okay. I want to let you know I have not shed not one tear.” Which is very impressive because I cried over being hungry, a sad commercial, and accidentally getting pen on my couch – and, that’s just today!
Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard expand Hello Bello line
The middle of a pandemic is truly the best time to start selling cleaning products and that’s just what Kristen Bell and Dax Shepard are doing! The actors originally started Hello Bello with premium, plant-based, affordable baby products (or body wash for 32-year-olds who like smelling nice and feeling soft) and have now expanded to home care. I never thought I’d be this excited for spray hand sanitizer and hypoallergenic plant-based wipes, but this is what 2020 has done to me.
We Finally Caught Up with the Kardashians
Keeping Up with the Kardashians is ending after 14 years and 20 seasons with their final season airing next year. Rumours are the E! Network could no longer afford the famous family and they will either focus on their respective businesses or sign a new deal with a big budget streaming network.
Ashley Tisdale is pregnant
Actress Ashley Tisdale and her musician husband, Christopher French, are expecting their first child together. The Disney channel alumni shared the news on Instagram with a series of photos (https://www.instagram.com/p/CFPeyj4lLDt/)
Ashley can now get full access to the famous pregnant people club that includes Chrissy Teigen, Eniko Parish (wife of Kevin Hart), Ashlee Simpson, Gigi Hadid, Nicki Minaj, Morgan Stewart, Bindi Irwin, Rachel McAdams, Emma Roberts, and seriously about 50 more. We only needed to take away international travel to get an entire new generation of celebrities.
The Ellen DeGeneres Show is back
In July, Buzzfeed News published an article investigating the alleged toxic workplace culture at The Ellen Show. Warner Bros. hired a neutral third party to do a review of the production and in August executive producers Ed Glavin and Kevin Leman and co-executive producer Jonathan Norman were fired. Ellen addressed the controversy on the show’s season 18 premier on Monday. The show has returned to in-studio filming without a live audience due to coronavirus. Be kind to one another! For real this time!
Divorces, pregnancies, new product lines, show cancellations and shows are coming back - it’s going to be a busy fall! And by busy, I mean we get to stay home and read all about it.
Keely Turner takes a look at pop culture through the eyes of a PEI girl with a big city attitude. Keely lives in Toronto, working as a fitness trainer and writer, with her husband and beagle. You can find her on Instagram @KeelyMTurner.