JASON DERULO GOES VIRAL WITH A ‘WIPE IT DOWN’ TIKTOK CHALLENGE: Jason Derulo joined the many TikTok users participating in the fun “Wipe It Down” challenge, in which users spray and wipe down a mirror while briefly revealing different looks in between swipes of the mirror. Jason took the challenge to the next level with a superhero twist – transforming into Spider-Man. The video has over 2.9 million views since being posted on Saturday.
MADONNA POSTS NSFW PHOTO: Madonna is causing controversy on Instagram over a photo that she posted on Saturday. In the photo, the 61-year-old is pictured looking disheveled on a couch while wearing a completely sheer bra that exposed her nipple. “Current Wardrobe Sitch………………” Madonna wrote as the initial caption for the post. After getting some backlash for the post, Madonna added to the caption, “And for those of you who are offended in any way by this photo then I want to let you know that I have successfully graduated from the University of Zero F*^ks Given. Thanks for coming to the Ceremony! 🎓 Class of 2020! 🎉🎉🎉.” Katy Perry commented on the post: “Omg I just enrolled in that college!”
BTS’ SUGA RELEASES ‘D-2′ MIXTAPE AS AGUST D: BTS’ Suga has released the mixtape D-2 and a music video for the single “Daechwita” under his alter ego Agust D. Daechwita is a genre of traditional Korean military marching music. In the video, Suga mixes traditional and modern imagery while playing two different characters. The “Daechwita” video also features cameos from BTS members Jin and Jungkook. D-2 features 10 songs, including collaborations with BTS member RM, Korean artists NiiHwa and Nell, and American singer Max. Suga, born Min Yoon-gi, said in an interview with Time that Agust D allows him to show “a more raw side” of himself. The new mixtape incorporates different styles, including trap, hip-hop, rock and pop.
JASON MRAZ, ANDY GRAMMER & MORE SET FOR SAVE THE CHILDREN VIRTUAL BENEFIT CONCERT: A virtual benefit concert for Save the Children will stream tonight from 6 to 9:30 p.m. ET on the charity’s YouTube channel to raise money to support kids and families affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. Among the artists participating are Andy Grammer, Jason Mraz, Johnny Rzeznik of the Goo Goo Dolls, Matt Nathanson, Vertical Horizon’s Matt Scannell, Mat Kearney, Duncan Sheik, Ryan Cabrera and many more. In addition to being able to donate in real time, you’ll also be able to access a live interactive chat during the concert.