After a delay lasting several weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic, Lady Gaga is set to drop her sixth studio album.
Chromatica Finally Makes A Splash After Seven Week Delay
The hit new song "Rain on Me" features Gaga and fellow pop star Ariana Grande. Described as a "celebration of tears," the song about being able to keep going despite the hardships of life. The music video features the two singers dancing inside a giant arena during a rainstorm, with daggers falling from the sky.
The album offers a special message for listeners, with Gaga saying to Zane Lowe:
"If you're listening to this album and you're suffering in any type of way, just know that that suffering within itself is a sign of your humanity and you are not broken - you are connected to the whole world and we are one giant body."
The album is out now!
Celebrities Take To Social Media To Announce Their Hiatuses
Julia Roberts and @RealHughJackman are among the celebrities who will turn over their social media accounts to health experts to share facts and promote a science-driven approach to fighting the COVID-19 pandemic https://t.co/DoAnoSq87L pic.twitter.com/2VhO5uuDLo— Reuters (@Reuters) May 20, 2020
Many celebrities like Julia Roberts and Hugh Jackman announcing their decreasing presence on social media so that they can give the platforms to experts speaking out about the coronavirus pandemic. The initiative is called #PassTheMic, and celebs everywhere are taking part!
Hospital Workers Gain Huge Support From The Cast Of Their Favorite TV Shows
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💗💗💗 #regram @reesewitherspoon The Monterey Five are back…and this time for a great cause!🌊The #BigLittleLies cast teamed up with @FrontlineFoods to sponsor meals for medical heroes in Los Angeles, Phoenix, Nashville, New Orleans, and New York City who are working tirelessly to keep us safe and healthy. This amazing cause not only supports frontline workers, but also supports local restaurants! #winwin 😋🙌🏻 To learn more about the incredible work that Frontline Foods is doing across the country check the link in bio. 💛 Thank you @kerrywashington and the #Scandal cast for the inspiration! #CastItOn
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The cast of some famous TV shows have teamed up in order to give hospital workers all around the world their gratitude for their hardworking efforts during the pandemic. The hashtag #CastItOn is spreading all across Hollywood - from All Rise to Black-ish all the way to This is Us and Big Little Lies. The actors partnered with the group Front Line Foods to cater meals from local restaurants to front line workers across the country. The celebs then nominated casts of other TV shows to do the same.
GOT Favorites Will Reunite In New Project
Peter Dinklage and Jason Momoa have never shared a scene together in Game of Thrones, but now they're teaming up in a new vampire film. The movie will feature Peter as the vampire hunter and Jason as the vampire. There is no word just yet as to when filming will start.
And that is today's #HollywoodWrap.
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