Justin Bieber Cancelled The Remaining Tour

Most-followed TikTok creator… King Charles’s coronation concert… ‘Freaky Friday’ sequel… Vanessa Bryant awarded $29 million… and Justin Bieber cancelled the remaining tour

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TikTok just released its Top 10 most-followed people.

  1. Khabane “Khaby” Lame — a Senegalese-born Italian best known for silently mocking “life hack” videos
    Follower count: 155 million
    Account: @khaby.lame
  2. Charli D’Amelio – the first TikToker to reach 100M followers
    Follower count: 150.1 million
    Account: @charlidamelio
  3. Philippine-born American singer Bella Poarch, whose real name is Danarie Taylor. She may be best known for lip syncing to the song “M to the B” by British rapper Millie B.
    Follower count: 92.9 million
    Account: @bellapoarch
  4. Addison Rae, who was ranked as TikTok’s highest-earning star in August 2020, made Forbes 30 Under 30 list in 2021, and that same year starred in her first Netflix movie “He’s All That.” Addison recently signed for her second big screen roll in a movie called “Thanksgiving,” starring Patrick Dempsey!
    Follower count: 88.8 million
    Account: @addisonre
  5. MrBeast aka Jimmy Donaldson
    Follower count: 77.7 million
    Account: @mrbeast
  6. Former Vine star Zach King, known of this “digital sleight of hand” videos
    Follower count: 73.7 million
    Account: @zachking
  7. Mexican singer Kimberly Loaiza
    Follower count: 73 million
    Account: @kimberly.loaiza
  8. Actor Will Smith
    Follower count: 72.8 million
    Account: @willsmith
  9. Turkish chef and restauranteur Burak Özdemir, aka CZN Burak
    Follower count: 69.5 million
    Account: @cznburak
  10. Actor and wrestler Dwayne Johnson
    Follower count: 67.8 million
    Account: @therock

King Charles’ Coronation will take place on Saturday, May 6, with a huge concert planned for the next day. King Charles turned in his list of preferred performers, but so far, organizers are hearing a lot of “Thanks, but no thanks.” We already knew that Adele and Ed Sheeran declined, but now we’ve learned that the Spice Girls — who were almost confirmed —have now said no. Also reportedly taking a pass are Sir Elton John, Harry Styles and Robbie Williams.

Jamie Lee Curtis says a “Freaky Friday” sequel is going to happen. While nothing is official, Jamie said she’s confident that she and Lindsay Lohan will be sharing the big screen again. At the Producers Guild Awards, she told one reporter, “Without saying there’s anything officially happening, I’m looking at you in this moment and saying, ‘Of course it’s going to happen.’ It’s going to happen.” Jamie Lee has been very vocal about this potential project. Back in October, she told the women on “The View” that she could see herself playing an old grandma, “so then Lindsay gets to be the sexy grandma, who is still happy with Mark Harmon in all the ways you would be happy with Mark Harmon. And simply, I would like to see Lindsay be the hot grandma, and I would like to see me try to deal with toddlers today. I wanna be a helicopter parent in today’s world, as an old lady.” And in other movie news, Jenna Ortega has joined the cast of The Weeknd’s movie debut. According to Deadline, filming has already begun on this still untitled project, which is based on an original idea from The Weeknd, who co-wrote the script. Sources say when Jenna read the script, she was “blown away.” Both she and The Weeknd are executive producers on the movie, as well.

Vanessa Bryant has reached a $28.85M settlement with Los Angeles County. Back in August, a jury found that the LA County Sheriff’s and Fire Departments had shared photos from the helicopter crash site where her husband Kobe Bryant, their daughter Gianna, and seven others were killed in February 2020. The jury originally awarded Vanessa $15M, which she donated to the Mamba and Mambacita Sports Foundation. This $28.85M settlement includes that original $15M. This agreement includes claims from Vanessa and covers any future claims from her and Kobe’s daughters, 20-year-old Natalia, 6-year-old Bianka, and 3-year-old Capri.

Justin Bieber has officially canceled the remainder of his “Justice World Tour.” This tour has had trouble pretty much from the start. It was originally supposed to start in May 2020, but COVID put it on pause for two years. The tour finally began in February 2022, but after about 40 shows Justin was diagnosed with a condition that temporarily paralyzed half of his face and pressed pause. A few months later he picked up where he left off, but after a few shows, he decided to postpone AGAIN to prioritize his health. And now this week, Justin has decided to just cancel the rest of his tour, which included stops in Europe, Australia, New Zealand, and a few US dates in 2024. The reason? We don’t know. But ticket holders are getting full refunds.


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