Harry Styles Boards Olivia Wilde’s ‘Don’t Worry, Darling’ – “Dunkirk” star Harry Styles has boarded the psychological thriller “Don’t Worry, Darling,” opposite Florence Pugh, Chris Pine and Olivia Wilde. Styles replaces Shia LaBeouf, who has departed the project due to a scheduling conflict. Wilde is directing “Don’t Worry, Darling,” which is set in an isolated community in the California desert in the 1950s, from a screenplay by Katie Silberman. New Line is planning a fall production start. Wilde is also a producer on “Don’t Worry Darling” along with Silberman and Vertigo Entertainment’s Roy Lee and Miri Yoon. – Read more at Variety
Adam Lambert IG live chat with Pete Buttigieg 2020-09-10
Adam Lambert had a chat with former presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg about the upcoming Presidential election.
Adam Lambert joins ‘pizza and film night’ for LGBTQ young people in London – Adam Lambert has hosted a ‘pizza and film night’ for LGBTQ youth in London. The Queen frontman, 38, joined members of the Mosaic LGBT+ Young Persons’ Trust in the capital on Thursday (10 September) to hear about their experiences and share some of his own advice as a gay man and founder of the Feel Something Foundation, which supports LGBTQ groups and initiatives. Wearing a mask bearing the words ‘Black Lives Matter’, Lambert, who previously visited the Mosaic Trust’s youth centre in 2018, discussed the important of community support as he heard how the group helps to give LGBTQ confidence and a chance to make friends. – Read more at Attitude.co.uk
Adam Lambert Meets Up With Incredible Shark Attack Survivor Paige Winter – Adam Lambert had the chance to meet with a super-strong superfan and fellow environmentalist in Paige Winter. ABC captured the adorable meeting between Lambert and Winter, an amputee who was the victim of a shark attack off the coast of North Carolina on June 2. “I just love him so much. He’s so talented. The way he talks, his view on things. He’s just such a lovely person,” Winter told the camera. “So I just met Adam Lambert, a dude that I’ve loved since sixth grade… this is something that I’ve been dreaming of forever.” – Read more at ETCanada
Lauren Alaina Shares How She Grew as a Songwriter – “I came to Nashville fresh off ‘American Idol,’ and I said, ‘I write songs.’ People told me, ‘Oh, yeah, everybody says they write songs.’ But I had been writing songs since I was nine years old. I wasn’t very good at it at the time, but I definitely had that need and want to do it,” Alaina says. Even though she was just a teen at the time of her move, Alaina never let intimidation get the best of her and she soon learned to use her talented peers as a resource to improve her own skillset. “It’s a craft, so you have to design your craft and work on it. You have to get better. It’s like tennis. If you play with somebody whose game is better than yours, you improve. You learn from them. You become more vulnerable,” she explains. – Read more at AmericanSongwriter.com
Scotty McCreery Walks Onto a Real Stage After 176 Days Off Stage – What did it even feel like? Were you nervous? Did it all come back to you? McCreery: It was different for sure. I’d been looking forward to it, but right before we walked on stage, me and the band were like, “We’re not nervous, but we’re just slightly uncomfortable.” Just not knowing what to expect. But seeing those faces in the crowd again was so great. You couldn’t see them smiling — because they were all in masks — but you could tell in their eyes that they were. It was good to be back together with the band and playing for people, not for a computer screen. – Read more at CMT.com
Kellie Pickler shares her must-have quarantine purchases – “American Idol” alum and “Dancing With the Stars” winner Kellie Pickler has been in Nashville with her husband during quarantine. The country singer shares with Yahoo Life some of the things she’s been obsessed with while at home. Puzzles are a big deal for Pickler and her family. She recently ordered a 26,000 piece puzzle that she says,” I can probably knock that one out in a few days.” The only problem is she doesn’t have a table big enough to hold the puzzle. “Maybe I can do it in the garage,” she jokingly says. – Read more at Yahoo.com