Justin Bieber showed some major love to Hailey on his Instagram, but fans are suspicious that Hailey is the one posting the pictures! Also, on new music Fridays, Taylor Swift just dropped her new song “Lover’ and we are in LOVE! All this and more on an all new Daily Rewind!
Kylie Jenner and Khloe Kardashian seemingly throw shade at Jordyn Woods with some recent Instagram posts. Well…technically Khloe’s could be directed at several people but you get the point. PLUS…Kourtney Kardashian is starting to have some serious feels over the fact she’s not the one with Scott Disick now that he’s matured into the man. Apparently it’s all just BITTERSWEET. I’m talking about this sweet and salty KarJenner news right now so stay tuned.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has issued a warning to members that coffee is prohibited no matter how fancy the name and that vaping is banned despite the alluring flavors
Cardi B CAME FOR Hollyscoop’s Maddison Hill & Courtney Revolution and we are breaking down all the drama! Plus, we have all the highlights from Kylie Jenner’s birthday bash and much much more coming up on an all new Daily Rewind!
Massachusetts health care officials say there has been an increase in calls to the state's poison control center about toddlers ingesting marijuana products
Kylie Jenner amps up those Travis Scott birthday marriage rumors by calling him hubby on Instagram in the midst of dancing on tables with her best friends. Who by the way have apparently made this years birthday the best of all time…more proof for people that she is no longer sad Jordyn Woods is out of her life. With Kylie in Europe she’s sure giving us a lot to talk about to stay right here for the latest.
Hailey Bieber channels Selena Gomez in her new brunette look in her latest shoot with Interview Magazine. PLUS…Shawn Mendes got the SHAWMILA shippers swooning once again with his most recent instagram post where he admits he’s happy.
New York is demanding that companies connected to the Sackler family hand over financial records as the state tries to trace where money made from opioid sales ended up