PINK’S DAUGHTER WILLOW DESIGNS MOTORCYCLE GAS TANK FOR DAD’S CHARITY: Pink and Carey Hart’s daughter Willow has designed an Indian Motorcycle gas tank to be auctioned off at her dad’s second “Tank for Troops” online fundraiser, hosted by his Good Ride charity. The tank features Willow’s colorful drawings, including the popular poop emoji. At press time, bidding for Willow’s gas tank was up to $1,850. The auction will be open through 9 p.m. ET on Thursday. All proceeds will go to benefit the Infinite Hero Foundation, which aims to help the frontline issues facing military heroes and their families.
SIA REVEALS SHE ADOPTED A SON: Sia, 44, casually revealed to GQ that she adopted a child. Discussing cover star Diplo, she told the magazine she texted the DJ recently to say, “I’ve decided to be single for the rest of my life, and I just adopted a son. I don’t have time for a relationship.” But, Sia said she is “sexually attracted” to her LSD collaborator and said she told him, “If you’re interested in some no-strings sex, then hit me up.'” Sia didn’t elaborate further on her adopted child.
SELENA GOMEZ TEASES BIG PERSONAL NEWS IN TITLE OF UNRELEASED SONG: A clip from Selena Gomez’s interview on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon has been released – and in it Selena teased some big personal news. “Do you have other songs that didn’t make it to ‘Rare’ that are done?” Fallon asked. Selena then slyly responded, “Maybe there’s a few things, yeah. There are a few other songs that I can’t help but want to exist, so I can’t really tell when – but one of my favorite tracks is called ‘Boyfriend’ and I can’t wait for people to hear that one.”
HARRY CONNICK JR. ANNOUNCES ‘TRUE LOVE: AN INTIMATE PERFORMANCE TOUR’: In support of his No. 1 jazz album True Love: A Celebration of Cole Porter, Harry Connick Jr. is hitting the road for an intimate tour this winter and spring. Harry will kick off the True Love: An Intimate Performance Tour next month with three dates at the Encore Theater at Wynn in Las Vegas beginning February 26th. He’ll then hit a limited number of cities across the U.S. The tour wraps in Atlanta on March 22nd. Tickets go on sale in several markets on January 17th. Harry originally designed the tour production for a run on Broadway, which wrapped up December 29th.