JUSTIN BIEBER TO PERFORM ON 'SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE’: Justin Bieber and Luke Combs will serve as musical guests on Saturday Night Live’s first two episodes of February. Bieber will perform on the February 8th installment, hosted by RuPaul. Country singer Combs will make his SNL debut on February 1st. Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt hosts that episode. Saturday Night Live returns from its holiday break on January 25th with host Adam Driver and musical guest Halsey.
LADY GAGA'S NEW SONG 'STUPID LOVE' LEAKS ONLINE: Lady Gaga’s new song, “Stupid Love,” is rumored to have leaked. She hasn’t made an official comment on the leak, but some have shared the song and labeled it as Gaga’s first single off of her sixth studio album. Early on Tuesday, fans discovered that the words “Stupid Love” were buried into source code on her official site. Hours later, the song was apparently leaked online.
IN REAL LIFE ANNOUNCES SPLIT TO PURSUE SOLO PROJECTS: In Real Life, the group that was formed on the ABC reality competition series Boy Band in 2017, is breaking up after two and half years together, noting that each of the bandmembers has been presented with individual career opportunities. The guys – Brady Tutton, Chance Perez, Drew Ramos, Sergio Calderon, and Conor Smith – took to Instagram to announce the news to fans. In Real Life released an album titled She Do in 2019 and they also charted two songs in the Top 40 of the U.S. Pop Songs chart. From the album, the single “Tattoo (How 'Bout You)” peaked at No. 29 on the Mainstream Top 40 chart dated June 8, 2018.
DJ KHALED CELEBRATES BIRTH OF SECOND SON: DJ Khaled took to Instagram Monday after welcoming his second child, a baby boy, with his wife, Nicole Tuck. Khaled shared a photo of himself celebrating with his wife’s doctor. The picture shows the pair smiling for the camera as they share a high five. The couple are also parents to a 3-year-old son, Asahd. DJ Khaled released his 11th studio album, Father of Asahd, in May. The album includes the singles “Top Off,” “No Brainer,” “Higher,” “Just Us” and “You Stay.”