Bonnaroo 2021 have changed… Patrick Mahomes is going to be a dad… BadBunnyXCrocs… Documentary film about Billie Eilish… and Kelly Clarkson sued by management firm
EVENTUALLY, things will get closer to normal. But until then, stuff just keeps getting pushed back. Take Bonnaroo, for instance. It usually happens in the middle of June, but when COVID-19 was ramping up, they made the decision to bump it to September. Things weren’t improving as quickly as they’d hoped, so they bumped it again to June 2021. And now, just to be on the safe side, Bonnaroo has now been moved to September 2-5, 2021. Organizers said to stay tuned for info on the lineup and camping. And they’re encouraging everyone to hang on to their original tickets and use them in 2021. But if you can’t make it work, they’ll give you your money back.
The original dates for Bonnaroo 2021 have changed. Bonnaroo will now take place on Sept. 2-5, 2021. Stay tuned for info on lineup, camping + more. We encourage you to rollover your tickets to the new dates, but refunds will be available for those who cannot attend. pic.twitter.com/i78MnMITdY— Bonnaroo (@Bonnaroo) September 29, 2020
Coronavirus ain’t stopping Patrick Mahomes from living his best life! Over the summer, he signed a 10-year extension with the Kansas City Chiefs that could pay him almost $500M. It’s the richest contract in US team sports history. And then, the same day he received his Super Bowl ring, he asked his girlfriend since high school, Brittany Matthews, to be his bride. And yesterday, the couple announced they’re expecting a baby! We don’t have a due date, but based on the sonogram picture, I’m guessing April 2021.
Post Malone, KFC, and Bad Bunny all have something in common. They have all released special edition Crocs that sold out in minutes. Yesterday, Bad Bunny released his collab with Crocs. They are white with glow in the dark Jibbitz charms. They cost $60 and customers could only buy one pair. They sold out in 15 minutes.
Billie Eilish’s documentary will hit Apple TV+ and theaters in February. “The World’s a Little Blurry” reportedly cost between $1M-2M to make, and Apple bought it for $20M. The documentary cost $1M-$2M to make and Apple bought it for $20M. And Sacha Baron Cohen spent a good chunk of the pandemic filming the followup to “Borat.” Yesterday, Amazon landed the rights to the movie, which will be available on Amazon Prime Video in a few weeks. The title is “Borat: Gift of Pornographic Monkey to Vice Premiere Mikhael Pence to Make Benefit Recently Diminished Nation of Kazakhstan.”
The documentary film about Billie Eilish, titled “Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry” and directed by RJ Cutler, will be released in theaters and on Apple TV+ in February 2021. pic.twitter.com/eSMzYE7Jhz— billie eilish (@billieeilish) September 28, 2020
Just weeks after announcing she’s divorcing Brandon Blackstock, Kelly Clarkson has been sued by her soon-to-be former father-in-law’s company! Narvel Blackstock owns the Starstruck Management, which has managed Kelly’s career since 2007. The company claims Kelly owes them unpaid commissions from her work on “The Voice” and her talk show. As of now, they say Kelly owes them $1.4M, but by the end of the year, that amount will be over $5.4M. Interesting to note, the lawsuit states Kelly and Starstruck Management only have an oral agreement. There’s nothing in writing. Kelly hasn’t released a statement, but she may have been responding to the lawsuit when she posted a video of Morpheus from “The Matrix” motioning, “Bring it on.”
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