KATY PERRY MOURNS DEATH OF HER CAT KITTY PURRY: Katy Perry announced on Instagram that her cat Kitty Purry passed away on Friday night. “Kitty Purry crawled through my then-boyfriend’s window 15 years ago, fully pregnant and seeking shelter,” Katy wrote. “Two litters and many moons later, this street cat became a lovable mascot to many. Sadly, Kitty completed her 9th life last night. I hope she rests in salmon fillets and tuna tartare way up in catnip heaven. Kitty, thanks for the cuddles and companionship along the way. Big thanks to my brother David and @garethwalters for being great co-parents 💔
SAM SMITH, DEMI LOVATO COMPETE IN THE OLYMPICS IN ‘I’M READY’ VIDEO: Sam Smith and Demi Lovato pay tribute to the Olympics in their new music video for “I’m Ready.” The two take part in a number of Olympic events such as wrestling, track and field and diving. The singers receive gold medals at the end and celebrate together at the top of a podium. “It’s a hot night in my head in the chill of winter/ No, I’ve been looking hard for a lover disguised as a sinner/ No not a cheater, a redeemer/ He’s a cold, cold-blooded defeater,” Lovato sings while standing on a diving board. “I’m Ready” will be featured on Smith’s upcoming third studio album. The project was originally titled To Die For and has been delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
CELINE DION PERFORMS ‘THE PRAYER’ WITH LADY GAGA & MORE AS THE FINALE FOR ‘TOGETHER AT HOME’: Celine Dion made a surprise appearance to perform “The Prayer” with some friends during the One World: Together At Home special. Dion was joined by her duet partner Andrea Bocelli, along with event curator Lady Gaga, John Legend, and pianist Lang Lang for the performance. All of the entertainers filmed their portions from home and the videos were pieced together to create an incredible moment.
THE CHAINSMOKERS DONATE 20,000 KN95 MASKS TO NYC AND LAS VEGAS HOSPITALS: The Chainsmokers have helped medical workers in two of the U.S cities hardest-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic – New York and Las Vegas. The duo, Alexander “Alex” Pall and Andrew “Drew” Taggart, donated 20,000 KN95 masks – 10,000 each – to NYC’s Weill Cornell Medicine and University Medical Center in Las Vegas. The masks were transported with the help of the Diocesan Emergency Task Force and the NYPD and LVMPD. Weill Cornell Medicine and UMC each took to their respective Twitter pages to thank the duo.