Jeannie Mai & Jeezy are officially married… James Charles admits to messaging underage boys… Bhad Bhabie breaks the OnlyFans record… Snoop Dogg joins The Voice… and Demi Lovato recreates the night of her overdose

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I told you yesterday they’d be married sooner rather than summer, and it turns out….Jeezy and Jeannie Mai have already gotten married! They tied the knot in the backyard of their Atlanta home on March 27! They gave the scoop to “Vogue,” telling the magazine they’d originally planned a HUGE wedding, but then COVID. And after Jeezy’s mom died unexpectedly, they decided life is too short. Forget waiting for a time when they could do it up big. They just wanted to be married. So they exchanged their vows in front of their immediate family and a few close friends. Jeannie and Jeezy want to reassure everyone that everybody had to provide negative coronavirus test results before being shuttled to the house for the wedding. If you love details like I do — Jeannie wore a wedding dress by Galia Lahav and Jeezy wore a pastel-pink tuxedo. Jeannie walked down the aisle to “How Deep Is Your Love” by the Bee Gees. Jeannie’s mom led the couple in a traditional tea ceremony and then Jeezy surprised Jeannie by having Tyrese sing their first song, “Sweet Lady.” And after the ceremony, everybody changed into their pajamas for the reception!

For the last couple years, YouTube beauty guru James Charles has been dealing with accusations that he sexts underage boys online. Each time, James claims he’s done nothing wrong. They all duped him into thinking they were older than they actually were and then deleted messages to make him look bad. Yesterday, James posted a 14-minute long video, finally admitting to a lot of the accusations and apologizing for his actions. I don’t want you to have to listen to the whole thing, so basically he said he’s not trying to make any excuses. What he did was completely wrong. James said that even though they all told him they were 18, he should have done more research before sexting them. He claims he always stopped when he found out they were underage. Alleged screenshots show that wasn’t always true, but James claims to have receipts proving he’s telling the truth, but that it doesn’t matter because he was still wrong. James said he realizes there’s a power imbalance and he unknowingly pressured people who are not famous into vulnerable positions. At the end of his video, James said he’s going to take some time away from social media to “reflect and further educate” himself.

Bhad Bhabie — otherwise known as Danielle Bregoli or the “Catch Me Outside” girl from Dr. Phil — just turned 18 last week and posted on Instagram, “From now on im gonna do whatever the (BLANK) I want.” Like she hasn’t already? Anyway, that included joining OnlyFans, and in just six hours, Bhad Bhabie earned over $1M. That broke the old record set by Bella Thorne who earned that much in her first 24 hours on the sharing platform. Bhad Bhabie is charging $23.99/month for access to photos and videos, and subscribers also have the ability to DM her. Bhad Bhabie showed that in her first day, she earned $757,526.08 from subscriptions, $267,675 from DM payments, and $5502.35 in tips. By the way, OnlyFans creators receive 80% of the revenue on their earnings.

Snoop Dogg is joining “The Voice” as a Mega Mentor — meaning he’ll work individually with each of the four artists saved during the Battle Rounds who will then compete in the Four-Way Knockout. This may be a shock to a lot of the show’s fans because Snoop’s not known for singing. But he’s been a coach before! Snoop was part of the Netflix rap competition “Rhythm + Flow” and also the docuseries “Coach Snoop” about his football coaching experience. Snoop also served as a judge for the 7th annual Independent Music Awards.

Demi Lovato’s new album “Dancing With the Devil” dropped today and she released the video for the first single last night. The single is also called “Dancing With the Devil” and Demi’s idea for the video was to recreate the night she almost died from a drug overdose. She even wore an almost identical outfit and had stand-ins for her family standing around her bedside at the hospital Demi co-directed the video along with Michael D. Rater, who directed her YouTube docuseries of the same name. Demi said the music video and the documentary have been the ultimate catharsis.

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