BRITNEY SPEARS DANCES TO BEYONCÉ’S ‘HAUNTED’: Britney Spears has treated fans to a new freestyle dance video set to Beyoncé’s song “Haunted.” The 38-year-old took to Instagram and told fans that, “Over the Fourth of July weekend I danced my tail off !!!!!!” Britney told fans, “I wanted to listen to Beyoncé ….. ‘Haunted’ is such a beautiful song 👻👻👻 and I have never danced to it before. I never said I was the best dancer …. I dance simply because it fills my heart with joy and expression 💃🏼!!!!!” She added, “PS if I’m haunting you …. you must be haunting me 😜😂👻😱⭐️💋💋 !!!!!!! PSSSS my 80s pony tail shows how cool I am !!!!!!”
DEACON PHILLIPPE TO RELEASE FIRST SONG ‘LONG RUN’ ON FRIDAY: Deacon Phillippe, the 16-year-old son of Reese Witherspoon and Ryan Phillippe, is set to release his first song, “Long Run,” on Friday. “Long Run” also features Scottish singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt. Witherspoon shares Deacon Phillippe and her 20-year-old daughter, Ava Phillippe, with ex-husband, Ryan Phillippe. She is also the mother of 7-year-old Tennessee Toth with her husband Jim Toth.
WALK THE MOON’S NICHOLAS PETRICCA REVEALS HE’S BISEXUAL: Walk the Moon frontman Nicholas Petricca opened up about his sexuality in an Instagram post celebrating the last day of Pride Month on June 30th, sharing with his followers that he identifies as bisexual. “my whole life i have passed for a ‘normal person,’ cisgender straight guy, and this has afforded me a life of privilege. virtually no name-calling or bullying or hardship around my sexuality really at all,” he wrote in the caption of a video. “my heart is with so many LGBTQ+ human beings who have had a much more challenging experience than i have.” Petricca continued, “AND i believe in what Harvey Milk said… (i’m paraphrasing) that when the collective as a whole, when people as a whole realize that we are everywhere… that we are your children, that we are your mothers and fathers and brothers and sisters… that we have been with you and among you and are you and have been this whole time… *that’s* the moment when the myths, the bullying, and the inequality will end.”