Cameron Dallas just took his Justin Bieber impression to another level. While he’s been known to imitate Justin’s hard-partying ways in the past, Cameron’s latest bad boy vibes are all fraudulent. The social media star decided to get covered in fake tattoos before heading home for his mom’s birthday and his fans have yet to recover.
Kylie Jenner loves Rihanna’s style so much she’s been accused of outright stealing it. In the aftermath of the Fenty Beauty launch, Kylie’s makeup brand was one of several left scrambling for an effective response to the diverse and inclusive line from Rihanna. Kylie Cosmetics has finally found its answer to the gauntlet thrown down by Fenty: 30 new concealer shades ranging from “Pearl” to “Cocoa.”
Demi Lovato has stayed quiet on politics for most of 2017. After being an avid Hillary Clinton supporter during the 2016 election, the singer has said surprisingly little about the Trump administration since gearing up for the release of her latest album.
That all changed on Wednesday, when Demi decided she need to call out TIME Magazine. Demi apparently has an issue with one of the selections in the 2017 “Person of the Year” issue. Despite their bad blood, Demi didn’t have anything to say about “silence breaker” Taylor Swift. Instead, she is taking issue with the first runner-up: President Donald Trump.
BTS, Camila Cabello, Harry Styles and Niall Horan may have been ignored by the Recording Academy, but not by their Twitter fan armies . On Tuesday, Twitter released its year-end data, revealing 2017’s most tweeted-about celeb. And the top spot was claimed by a surprising act.
TIME Magazine has finally revealed its annual “Person of the Year” issue honoring “The Silence Breakers” and Taylor Swift is one of the many men and women being highlighted. While many people are happy that President Donald Trump was left out of the mix, some are questioning why Taylor was chosen to cover the issue.