BRITNEY SPEARS HINTS AT A POSSIBLE NEW COLLABORATION WITH MADONNA: Britney Spears sent fans into a frenzy on Tuesday when she uploaded a photo that read “Rebel Heart” in pink lettering against a marble-like surface, which immediately sparked a connection to Madonna’s 2015 album of the same name. Spears further teased with three “speak no evil” monkey emojis in the caption, hinting that her lips are sealed on the matter. However, singer Lauren Daigle also has a 2018 song called “Rebel Heart.” It’s been nearly 17 years since Britney and Madonna teamed up for “Me Against the Music” from her 2003 album In the Zone.
ADELE SHARES RARE PHOTO ON HER 32ND BIRTHDAY: Adele posted a picture of herself on Instagram while celebrating her 32nd birthday Tuesday. The photo shows Adele smiling and striking a pose in the middle of an oversized floral installation. The star wears a black minidress with balloon sleeves. In the caption, Adele sent well-wishes to fans and healthcare workers amid the coronavirus pandemic. Adele’s photo was her first Instagram post since December, when she shared snapshots of herself posing with the Grinch and Santa Claus. Adele last released the album 25 in 2015. Her previous albums, 19 and 21, were also named after significant ages in her life.
ARIANA GRANDE GETS RESTRAINING ORDER AGAINST OBSESSED STALKER: Ariana Grande and her mother Joan Grande have obtained a permanent restraining order against the man arrested at Ariana’s Los Angeles home. A judge ordered Fidel Henriquez to stay at least 100 yards away from Ariana, Joan and their respective homes and vehicles. The restraining order will expire in May 2025. The court order comes two months after Henriquez trespassed on the singer’s Los Angeles property looking for her. According to reports at the time, he snuck into the gated property by tailing a delivery truck. Then, after dumpster diving, he made his way to the front door with a love note for Ariana. However, it was Joan who answered the door. Henriquez was arrested for trespassing and a battery charge was tacked on when he decided to spit on the officers who arrested him.
JOE BIDEN’S CAMPAIGN USES JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE’S HIT IN NEW AD: Justin Timberlake’s 2002 hit “Cry Me a River” is getting a new life in a Joe Biden campaign ad that’s critical of President Donald Trump. The ad, posted on the former vice-president’s social accounts, shows an edited video of Trump at his recent Fox News town hall at the Lincoln Memorial, stating that he feels that he’s been treated worse than Abraham Lincoln. Between his comments, the song is heard playing. The caption on the video reads, “Over 1 million cases of COVID-19. Almost 70,000 dead. What is upsetting President Trump? Tough questions from the press. Cry me a river, Mr. President.”