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Demi Lovato To Offer Free Mental Health Therapy Sessions For Fans In Upcoming Tour

Singer Demi Lovato announced she'll be giving fans a special treat on her upcoming North American tour. Lovato is offering free therapy and wellness sessions in partnership with the center she works through her own mental health issues with.

WATCH: Lily Allen Releases Video For ‘Trigger Bang,’ Announces New Album ‘No Shame’

The official music video for Lily Allen's song 'Trigger Bang' has just been released. The track is included on her upcoming album 'No Shame,' which will be available in the summer.

David Copperfield Sexually Assaulted A Teen Model In 1988: ‘Don’t Rush To Judgment,’ He Says

Illusionist David Copperfield found himself in the #MeToo firing line after a model came forward accusing him of a decades-old sexual assault. The accusations surfaced after Copperfield made an ill-advised plea on Twitter for understanding for the ...

50 Cent Is Apparently Rolling In Dough, Thanks To Bitcoin Payments For His 2014 Album

50 cent is $8 million richer, thanks to his bitcoin investment from 2014. The rapper sold his 'Animal Ambition' album to his fans using the cryptocurrency, and the value of bitcoin soared in four years.

Rapper Flavor Flav Viciously Attacked In Las Vegas Casino

Rapper Flavor Flav was viciously attacked by a man while at the South Point Casino in Las Vegas. The suspect, Ugandi Howard, was later on released by police officials.

No, Kim Kardashian Isn't Thinking About Having A Baby No. 4

Kim Kardashian has no plans to have another baby anytime soon. The reality TV star has not also asked her gestational carrier to get pregnant with her fourth child.

More Women Come Forward Accusing Nelly Of Sexual Assault

In October of last year, Nelly faced explosive allegations of harassment. Two more women have come forward and accused the rapper of sexual misconduct, assault, and intimidation.

Prince Harry And Meghan Markle’s Matchmaker Finally Revealed: Here’s How It All Happened

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were introduced to each other by their common friend, Violet von Westenholz in 2016. The couple has decided to tie the knot less than two years later.

Grumpy Cat Owner Wins Copyright Lawsuit, Gets Awarded With $710,000 Payout

Grumpy Cat, who had appeared in multiple television shows and commercials, won in a case against a beverage company. The unhappy kitty was also used in memes, thanks to her owner's brother who posted the feline's photo on Reddit.

Grammy Awards 2018: Celebrities To Wear White Roses To Support Time's Up Campaign

Voices in Entertainment sent a letter to music industry stars, encouraging them to wear white roses during the Grammys. Inspired by the Golden Globes, the group wanted to support the Time’s Up movement against sexual harassment and inequality.

AMC Faces Lawsuit Over 'The Walking Dead' Stuntman's Death

The mother of a stuntman who fell to his death while filming a scene for 'The Walking Dead' has filed a lawsuit. The complaint against AMC accused the network for emphasizing budget and profit over safety precautions.

Aspiring Filmmaker Accuses Russell Simmons Of Rape, Launches $5 Million Lawsuit

Yet another woman is accusing music mogul Russell Simmons of rape. The Def Jam Recordings cofounder has been accused by multiple women of sexual misconduct, though he has denied all of them.

Former ‘Tonight Show’ Employees Sue NBC, Questlove Over Alleged Racial Discrimination

NBC and Questlove are being sued for allegedly discriminating against two 'Tonight Show' employees because they are white. The plaintiffs allege they were wrongfully terminated over a racist text.

Imagine Dragons' Dan Reynolds To Appear In Anti-Smoking Ad That'll Air During The Grammys

Apart from the two nominations for Imagine Dragons, vocalist Dan Reynolds is gracing the Grammys with a special mission: to promote his advocacy through an advertisement. He partnered with a youth group in bringing the commercial to the event.

Mark E. Smith, Frontman Of Post-Punk Band The Fall, Is Dead At 60

Mark E. Smith, the lead singer and founder of The Fall, died at the age of 60 at his home on Wednesday. He had been having health issues in the months prior to his death.

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