Seeking for celebrity information? Eric Wainaina’s cheating scandal almost broke his marriage and his career. The talented musician had a fling wit Tusker Project Fame star Valerie Kimani, that resulted in a child. He and his wife managed to work around the cheating and during an interview, he expressed how remorseful he was for the mistake. He was grateful that his wife was willing to give him a second chance.
When Justin Bieber went public with Sophia Richie in 2016, he threatened to turn his Instagram private because so many of his fans opposed his new relationship. Selena Gomez jumped into the conversation, writing, “If you can’t handle the hate then stop posting pictures of your girlfriend lol — it should be special between you two only. Don’t be mad at your fans. They love you.” “It’s funny to see people that used me for attention and still try to point the finger this way. Sad. All love,” he reportedly wrote. Gomez didn’t appreciate the comment, and responded back, “Funny how the ones that cheated multiple times, are pointing the finger at the ones that were forgiving and supportive, no wonder fans are mad. Sad. All love.” Years later, Gomez hinted that Bieber cheated on her in her new song “Look at Her Now.”
When Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson called off their whirlwind engagement, Grande told Vogue in her 2019 cover interview that their relationship was a “distraction; frivolous and fun and insane and highly unrealistic.” Davidson clapped back during his Netflix stand-up special, joking that Grande “spray painted” herself brown for the shoot, and pointed out that his own career would be over if he admitted he used a woman as a “distraction.” The two also publicly snubbed each other in November 2018. In a Saturday Night Live promo, Davidson jokingly proposed to Maggie Rogers, who was the musical guest that week. After seeing this, Grande tweeted, “for somebody who claims to hate relevancy u sure love clinging to it huh.” See extra info on Camila Cabello.
Though he was worried that writing lyrics would pigeonhole him as a lyricist, Sondheim picked up his pen again to write the lyrics for the Ethel Merman vehicle Gypsy, with a book by Laurents and music by Jule Styne. Sondheim called the musical, which was loosely based on the memoirs of famous burlesque entertainer Gypsy Rose Lee (aka Louise) and focusing on her domineering stage mother, Rose, “the show where I came of age—lyrically, at any rate.” Originally, the scene featuring Rose’s breakdown wasn’t going to be a song at all, but “a surreal ballet, in which Rose would be confronted by all the people in her life,” according to Sondheim. But a week into the rehearsals, choreographer Jerome Robbins said he wouldn’t have time to teach Merman a ballet. So it would have to be a song. Styne had a prior engagement that night, so Sondheim sat down with Robbins to discuss what the number should be. “I suggested to Jerry that since he wanted all the people in the story to collide in a ballet, perhaps if Rose’s breakdown were to be sung rather than danced it could comprise fragments of all the songs associated with her and the people in her life; the songs we’d heard all evening, colliding in an extended surreal medley consisting of fragments of the score.” As Sondheim improvised on the piano, Robbins danced across the stage, “like a stripper, but a clumsy one: like Rose doing a strip,” Sondheim writes. “That was the beginning of three exhilarating hours of musical and choreographic improvisation, as we shaped and constructed the number to be a summary of the score. I even improvised lyrics, something which was anathema to me.”
Love was in the air for actor Brie Larson at the 2020 Oscars. The Captain Marvel star went public with her new boyfriend on the awards show red carpet on February 9, walking into the ceremony with virtual reality director and actor Elijah Allan-Blitz. The couple were first spotted together packing on the PDA in a grocery store in July 2019. We love a chic Hollywood debut! See additional details at Elsa Pataky.