Welcome to an extra special edition of Tuesday headlines! Today we have some romantic Jennifer Lawrence news, Beyonce standing up for gender equality and a surprising announcement regarding a popular HBO series. Those stories and more in today’s celebrity headlines!
Here are the 6 stories you need to read this morning:
1. Jennifer Lawrence and boyfriend Nicholas Hoult were simply adorable together while attending the Golden Globes. The camera shy couple not only shared a kiss before Lawrence accepted her Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actress, but afterwards, Hoult proved that chivalry is alive as he gallantly offered his coat to help keep the American Hustle star warm. [ABC News]
2. Taylor Kinney opened up, well somewhat opened up, about his romantic relationship with provocative performer Lady Gaga. The Chicago Fire star confirmed that opposites may very well attract. “I’m reserved, she’s not. And for whatever reason it works.” [E Online]
3. Beyonce wrote a passionate essay concerning gender equality for the annual Shriver Report on Women. “We have a lot of work to do, but we can get there if we work together,” the singer wrote, in the essay which was partially published online. “Women are more than 50 percent of the population and more than 50 percent of voters. We must demand that we all receive 100 percent of the opportunities.” [CBS News]
4. Get ready for some news that will warm the hearts of Frozen fans! Disney confirmed that a stage version of the popular movie is in the works! Since discussions about specific plans are still in the development stage, we may need to wait awhile before the movie makes its transition to theater. “We’re not demanding speed. We’re demanding excellence,” Disney CEO and chairman Bob Iger told Fortune magazine. [Cinema Blend]
5. OneRepublic’s new special edition music video for their single “Feel Again” is certainly one-of-a-kind. Lead singer Ryan Tedder drew inspiration from recordings of heartbeats from children in remote villages of Malawi and Guatemala, and the video features never-before-seen footage of his visit there. “As soon as we heard about the Every Beat Matters campaign, we knew we wanted to be involved,” Tedder related to People. “My trip to Guatemala showed me first-hand what Save the Children does for kids around the world. It was a special experience.” You can learn more about Every Beat Matters by visiting their website. [People]
6. Will McAvoy’s mission to civilize is about to come to an end. HBO announced that the upcoming third season of its polarizing drama The Newswroom will be its last. “The Newsroom is classic Aaron Sorkin – smart, riveting and thought-provoking,” said HBO programming president Michael Lombardo. “I’m sure this farewell season will be one to remember.” No word on how the cancellation will affect McAvoy’s dogged attempts to “fix the internet.” [EW]
What’s your favorite headline from today?
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