Ariana Grande has filed a lawsuit against retail chain Forever 21, claiming that the company used the singer’s “name, image, likeness, and music to promote their brands and products” without her permission. The suit claims that the chain attempted to partner with the pop star in “early 2019” but Grande declined “due to Forever 21’s unwillingness to pay the fair market value for a celebrity of Ms. Grande’s stature.” The suit also claims that Forever 21 went on to use imagery from Grande’s album and song “Thank U Next,” including visuals from her video for “7 Rings,” in order to “create the false perception of her endorsement.”
Renée Zellweger made headlines for retreating from the Hollywood spotlight from 2010 until 2016, when she returned to the big screen to reprise her celebrated Bridget Jones role in “Bridget Jones’s Baby.” Now Zellweger is speaking candidly about her hiatus from Hollywood.
Mario Lopez says there have been talks about a reboot of the hit 90s sitcom “Saved by the Bell.” Lopez, who played the hunky AC Slater on the show, admits “obviously we couldn’t be in high school still, so you’d have to be creative with the premise. But it’s fun to think about. And who knows? You never say never.”
After suffering major injuries after a car crash on September 1st, Kevin Hart successfully underwent back surgery and is reportedly expected to make a full recovery. The 40 year-old actor is currently hospitalized in L.A.