SELENA GOMEZ FOSTERS & THEN ADOPTS NEW PUPPY DURING QUARANTINE: Selena Gomez introduced her new canine companion to her fans during an Instagram Live while staying at home and quarantining. “I know a few friends who are fostering right now, just to give animals a safe place,” Selena shared of the addition to her family, and revealed that after just a few days, she decided to adopt the pup. She added that both her dogs, “Winnie and Daisy are getting along really well…I couldn’t help it. I have to keep her.” Selena also revealed that she had been working on new music when the stay at home order in California order came into effect.
SHAWN MENDES DONATES $175,000 TO SICKKIDS FOUNDATION FOR CORONAVIRUS PREPAREDNESS: Shawn Mendes is giving back big to the SickKids Foundation through his own charitable foundation, so they can be prepared for the coronavirus pandemic with PPE equipment. “Through The Shawn Mendes Foundation, we have been working to find ways to best support the COVID-19 crisis. By making this donation to SickKids, we hope to help provide support in the urgent screening and prevention of COVID-19 for their patients and the surrounding community of Toronto,” Shawn shared on his Instagram about the donation. He added that “for the next month, we will be directing all donations to The Shawn Mendes Foundation to go towards additional efforts by SickKids, as well as efforts being made internationally by the World Health Organization COVID-19 Response Fund.”
HARRY STYLES POSTPONES HIS ‘LOVE ON TOUR’ & URGES FANS TO SELF-ISOLATE: Harry Styles has postponed the upcoming European leg of his Love On Tour. The singer had been due to kick off the 26-date tour in Birmingham, England, on April 15th, with pit stops in Germany, Italy, and France. In a post shared on his Instagram and Twitter accounts, Harry addressed his fans and told them he had rescheduled the tour, which will now start in February 2021. Harry went on to urge fans to “self-isolate” and “treat people with kindness” during the world crisis: “For the safety of yourself and others, please self-isolate,” he continued. “We’re all in this together. I can’t wait to see you out on the road as soon as it’s safe to do so. Until then, treat people with kindness.”