Paul and Ringo, come together
Paul McCartney is currently on his Freshen Up tour and on Saturday night he performed at Dodger Stadium. Like many artists who bring special guest stars out on stage with them, the legendary musician got a little help from his friend, and boy did it feel like yesterday.
“We’ve got a surprise for us, a surprise for you, a surprise for everyone!,” teased Paul during the encore, before introducing “The one and only Ringo Starr!” Naturally, the audience couldn’t let it be when they saw him standing ther. They lost their damn minds as one half of The Beatles ended up performing “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” and “Helter Skelter.” Entertainment Weekly pointed out that next month marks 53 (!!!) years since The Beatles played their second to last concert ever at the Los Angeles ballpark, though Paul and Ringo had reunited previously, in 2014, as part of a Beatles tribute.
All you need is love. And peace. And a couple former Beatles members never hurt.
Kim K. shared a sweet photo of Saint and Psalm
Kim Kardashian West may have waited a week to share a photo of her youngest child, son Psalm, but she’s been a little more giving with the baby pics as of late. On Sunday night, Kim gifted us with a photo of her two boys, the aforementioned Psalm being cuddled by big brother Saint. We dare you not to swoon.
It was just last week that Kim shared another pic of her youngest child, all smiles and cuteness.
My, how Psalm’s grown! Now, if Kim wants to share more pics of her and Kanye’s adorable kids, we will happily go goo-goo over them.
Kelly Clarkson has brilliant advice for Taylor Swift on how to screw over Scooter Braun
Kelly Clarkson has proven she’s not only a talented singer-songwriter, she’s also a savvy businesswoman. Case in point? Her simple but sage advice to fellow singer Taylor Swift, who has been dealing with some major drama with Scooter Braun over the ownership of her previous albums: go back into the studio and re-record her earlier music.
@taylorswift13 just a thought, U should go in & re-record all the songs that U don’t own the masters on exactly how U did them but put brand new art & some kind of incentive so fans will no longer buy the old versions. I’d buy all of the new versions just to prove a point 💁🏼♀️
— Kelly Clarkson (@kellyclarkson) July 13, 2019
Clearly Kelly is on Team Taylor, and supportive of a fellow singer whose music, like her own, teeters between pop and country. Clarkson’s theory is that if Swift re-records all the songs from Taylor Swift, Fearless, Speak Now, Red, 1989 and Reputation, and repackages them as something shiny and new, her rabid fanbase (and Kelly herself) will flock to purchase it. It would not only ensure Swift would own the new versions under her new label, but hopefully render the old masters, under Braun’s new company Big Machine, obsolete. Hmm, perhaps Taylor needs to hire Kelly on as a consultant.
Sophie and Joe are honeymooning in the Maldives
Two weddings down, one honeymoon to go. Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas may be having their wedding cake by the ocean as they soak up the sun in the Maldives. The couple took lots of photos (and one super-fun-looking video) of their romantic vacation and were more than happy to share them with their fans.
The couple first tied the knot in Vegas at the beginning of May, with an Elvis impersonator presiding over the ceremony. They followed that up with something a little more formal, in France two weeks ago. Let the honeymoon continue!
Dog the Bounty Hunter gave an emotional eulogy at his late wife’s memorial service
Fans of Beth Chapman, the late wife of Duane “Dog” Chapman, had their chance to pay their last respects to the reality star as her funeral was livestreamed and broadcast on the Dog’s Most Wanted Facebook page.
The Dog the Bounty Hunter star sat on stage while family and friends — including Shannon Tweed and the couple’s children — spoke about Beth. Dog spoke at great length about his wife and, according to Us Weekly, almost broke down as he said, “I can’t believe she’s gone.” But it wasn’t all sadness. Dog spoke about how they first met and it was both funny and sweet.
Beth died on June 26 after battling throat cancer. She was 51.