Dirty Talk with Keliegh Butt
Friday August 18th, 2017
Amy Schumer had fans in hysterics when they realized she was sitting in the audience for Judge Judy, one of her favorite TV shows. Clips and screenshots quickly went viral of Schumer looking in turn suspicious and thoughtful as she observed the cases unfolding. "Does anyone want to tell me why @amyschumer is casually in the courtroom on Judge Judy?" one confused viewer asked. Another observed, "I do believe that is @amyschumer on @judgejudy... and she ain't buying this guy's story." Schumer gleefully confirmed viewers' speculation on Twitter by sharing her own screenshot of her in the courtroom. "Hell yeah! You know I was in the audience on #JudgeJudy!" she wrote. "My sister and I sat in on the cases for the day because we love her!!!"
Demi Lovato has revealed that she has just two vices now that she's sober and steers clear of the party scene. "I love cigars. I only smoke them when I'm in Vegas or on a special occasion," she admitted in a Thursday radio interview. "It's all I have left--that and Redbull. One night in Vegas, I got a sugar-free Redbull and a cigar and those are my vices. I'm set." Lovato, who turns 25 on Sunday, also opens up about what it's like for her to be living alone for the first time. "I'm at a pivotal point in my life where I'm single now, and I'm living on my own," she explains. "I get along with me very well. I'm by myself at night and I put on some Netflix. Sometimes I just knit or watch crime shows, and I just, you know, relax. I'm knitting, like, scarfs, I love it."
Justin Bieber dropped his latest single, “Friends,” on Thursday, and fans understandably think it’s about Selena Gomez. The following passage, in particular, seems to be perfectly pertinent to Bieber’s ex, who’s since moved on with The Weeknd: “No, we didn’t end so good/But you know we had something so god/So I’m wondering’/Can we still be friends?” As E! notes, the track is Bieber’s first purely solo single since “Company” was released in 2016, and marks the pop star’s first return to the musical landscape since he canceled his Purpose tour in order to become more “sustainable.”
MTV Is Bringing Unplugged Back Again, Starting With Shawn Mendes
This isn't the first time that Unplugged has come back from the dead. The network rebooted the series as MTV Unplugged No. 2.0 between 2000 and 2009, but its heyday as guaranteed water cooler was in the decade before that.
We can’t wait to see who else will be announced.