The Bachelorette’s Clare Crawley & Dale Moss have split

H.E.R. will kick-off the 2021 Super Bowl… iCarly coming to Netflix… Billie & Rosalia have a new song… Josh Duhamel is in talks to replace Armie Hammer… and The Bachelorette’s Clare Crawley & Dale Moss have split

Super Bowl LV is coming up on Feb. 7th. The Weeknd was already announced as the halftime performer, and now the NFL has announced the pre-game performances. Country singer Eric Church and R&B artist Jazmine Sullivan will unite their voices to sing the National Anthem. And H.E.R. will take on “America the Beautiful.” Now the big question is, who will play in the Super Bowl? It will either be the Buffalo Bills or Kansas City Chiefs vs. either the Tampa Bay Buccaneers or the Green Bay Packers.

I loved watching “iCarly” with my daughter and I’ll even admit to having a bit of a crush on Spencer. Now, I will also admit to getting a little giddy when I found out that iCarly is finally coming to Netflix on Feb. 8th! “iCarly” was on for six seasons, but for whatever reason, Netflix is only streaming the first two. Last year, Paramount+ announced an “iCarly” reboot geared more toward adults. In the original announcement, only the actors who played Carly, Freddie and Spencer had signed on. One of the producers says whether or not Sam returns is entirely up to Jennette McCurdy, and they have reached out to Gibby.

Billie Eilish has teamed up with an unexpected artist for a new song. She and Rosalia will release a Spanish song tomorrow called “Lo Vas a Olvidar.” The song was written for a new episode of HBO’s “Euphoria” that comes out on Sunday.

Rumors of cannibalism led Armie Hammer to drop out of (aka, get fired from) the upcoming Jennifer Lopez movie, “Shotgun Wedding.” Now Deadline is reporting that Josh Duhamel is in talks to replace Armie. The movie is an action-comedy that follows a couple on a destination wedding with their closest friends and family. The couple gets cold feet and they’re about to call the whole thing off when the entire wedding party is taken hostage.

Clare Crawley insisted it was true love at first sight and there was no reason to give another man a chance. So after two weeks of filming “The Bachelorette,” she rode off into the sunset with Dale Moss and handed over the reins to Tayshia Adams, who ended up being a fabulous Bachelorette. However, Clare’s gamble on love did not pay off. She and Dale have ended their engagement. He made the announcement yesterday, saying, “…This is the healthiest decision for both of us at this time.” Sources say it all boiled down to Clare wanting to live in Sacramento and make babies while Dale wanted to live in NYC and focus on his career.

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