Written by on September 11, 2023

Olivia Rodrigo is accused of plagiarism. It’s “Déjà Vu” all over again. The chorus of “All-American Bitch” sounds exactly like Miley Cyrus on “Start All Over”. The album is predicted to top the album chart next week with a quarter-million copies sold. (Hits Daily Double)

Joe Jonas warned fans not to believe everything you read on social media about his nasty divorce and mom-shaming Sophie Turner. During Saturday night’s concert in Los Angeles, Joe told the crowd (quote) “If you don’t hear it from these lips, don’t believe it.” You can trust, however, everything you hear on the radio. (New York Post)

Good Morning America co-host Robin Roberts will take time off for a honeymoon. She married her partner of 18-years,  Amber Laign [pr: LANE]  Robin posted to social media (quote) “An intimate, magical wedding ceremony in our backyard followed by a joyous reception…ohhhh the dancing!! Honeymoon here we come!”

Drew Barrymore will face striking writers outside her talk show studios. Production returns today on The Drew Barrymore Show with non-union crew crossing the picket line. The SAG-AFTRA actress said one-week before her show’s 4th season debut (quote) “I own this choice. We are in compliance with not discussing or promoting film and television that is struck.”

Elon Musk confirms secretly having a third child with Grimes, a baby they named Techno Mechanicus. Though it’s not known if the two are back together, they also share 1-year-old daughter Exa Dark Sideræl and 3-year-old son X Æ A-12. (Page Six)

The attorney for Todd and Julie Chrisley revealed substantial reduction in their time behind bars. Todd Chrisley is due for release two-years earlier than the original 12-year sentence. The lawyer thinks more time can be shaved based on “Federal recommendations for reduction of sentences for nonviolent offenders.” (New York Post)

Photos published by TMZ of Amanda Bynes show that she’s removing her face tattoo, which requires several treatments. While engaged, Amanda placed a delicate heart tattoo on her cheek.

The creator of the A.I.-generated track “Heart on My Sleeve” mimicking the style of Drake and The Weeknd has been submitted for Grammy consideration for Best Rap Song. The Recording Academy confirmed (quote) “It’s absolutely eligible because it was written by a human. A work that contains no human authorship is not eligible in any category.” (Billboard)

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