Jeannie Mai & Jeezy are engaged… Nick Cannon daytime talk show… Harry & Meghan to launch new charity… Lady Gaga to host at-home concert… and New Tiger King series that will investigate Carole Baskin
He originally planned to propose on their trip to Vietnam this month, but Coronavirus changed all that. Instead, Jeezy brought Vietnam to his house in LA and proposed to “The Real” co-host Jeannie Mai there instead. Jeannie’s mom is from Vietnam, which is why that has special meaning for her. Jeezy had her favorite Vietnamese food and some decor…he lit some candles…he made it special. Jeannie and Jeezy met when he was a guest on her talk show, and they’ve dated since November 2018.
Just last night my daughter was asking me whatever happened to Nick Cannon, so she’s not watching “The Masked Singer,” obviously. But it just so happens that Nick’s new daytime talk show “Nick Cannon” — is set to premiere September 21st, and it’s going to be available to 90 percent of the country. So if you don’t want any Nick Cannon in your life, you’re going to have to work hard to avoid him. “Nick Cannon” is still on track to go into production over the summer.
In addition to Fox stations, Nick Cannon (@NickCannon) will air on local affiliated owned by CBS, Sinclair, Nexstar, Tegna, Hearst, Mission, Cox, Sunbeam, Meredith, Capitol, Lockwood, Gray and CW Plus https://t.co/Nqtfg4Uhj0— The Hollywood Reporter (@THR) April 6, 2020
Harry and Meghan can’t use “Royal Sussex” in any way, shape or form, so they’re going with “Archewell” for the name of their new charity. They wanted to delay announcing it because of the coronavirus pandemic, but nosy reporters saw the legal paperwork filed to register the name and couldn’t wait to share the news. The charity will be based out of LA. Of course, the name has a little something to do with Harry and Meghan’s son, Archie. But “Archewell” is derived from the Greek word, “arche,” which means “source of action.”
We finally know why Lady Gaga told Jimmy Fallon she didn’t have time to talk to him last week. Last night, she was back on “The Tonight Show” to announce that she’s put together a huge primetime special called “One World: Together at Home” that will air on April 18, and three late night hosts will be steering this thing — Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert. What…did James Corden have a scheduling conflict?? Was Conan O’Brien too busy to be bothered?? And Seth Meyers would probably have said no, but it’s always nice to be asked. Anyway….A lot of big names are performing, including Lizzo and Billie Eilish, and celebrities like Priyanka Chopra and Kerry Washington will be part of it, as well.
Joe Exotic’s husband Dillon Passage told Andy Cohen that he won’t be part of the upcoming “Tiger King” episode that Jeff Lowe says is happening and should be available this week. But Dillon said, from what he understands, this will like a reunion show, letting us all know where everyone is now. Carole Baskin will not be part of it. Her rep told “People” that she wasn’t invited, but if she was, the answer would be NO.