Today, she just released new music!!!
Ch-ch-check out the video (below):
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To catch you up, the city is in trouble following a 2014 water supply switch from Detroit to a local water source. Unfortunately for the town's residents, the supply was found to contain high levels of lead which grossly affected MANY children.
On Sunday, the Tonight Show host announced on Twitter that he was donating $10,000 to Community Foundation Greater Flint — and asked his supporters to do the same:
And he's not the only one lending a hand…
Marky Mark and Puff also put on their capes and donated one million water bottles from their El Lay-based bottled water company AQUAhydrate. Flint is expected to receive 5,000 cases by Wednesday, and the business also promised to continue sending aid until the contamination problem is fixed.
What an incredible use of resources! Who would've ever guessed that much water could come out of LA!
We just love selfless acts of kindness from these celebs!
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Another week, another box office record broken by Star War: The Force Awakens!
The space adventure set the bar for the best New Year's Day earnings with $34 million on Friday!
And the rest of the weekend proved just as lucrative — the J.J. Abrams-directed epic made $88.3 million domestically, winning the biggest third weekend at the box office ever!
The Force Awakens now has a domestic total of $740 million, and will most likely become the highest grossing film ever in North America on Tuesday — when it's predicted to beat out the $760 million total set by Avatar!
Hauling in another $770 million from overseas, the seventh installment of the franchise has accumulated $1.51 billion worldwide in just 19 days!
Coming in second place
But the two are pretty great father figures to their kids IRL — unless, of course, they're on the soccer field!
Appearing on The Graham Norton Show, the actors talked about getting a little too swept up in the excitement while attending their kids' soccer games!
Marky Mark admitted that his wife refuses to sit next to him during games, and he was so stressed when his 9-year-old son's team made it to the championship he couldn't eat!
But Ferrell is just as guilty, revealing he briefly turned into his Kicking & Screaming character when he yelled at his son during a game — only to realize he momentarily "lost his mind!"
Ch-ch-check out the clip (above) to hear the funny story!
Talk about a deal!
Landing the right actor in a film for a great price can sometimes make or break a flick.
According to Forbes magazine, Chris Evans tops the list of best valued Hollywood stars and pulls in $181.80 for every $1 he's paid!!
Of course the list is only takes into account the actor's three most recent movies before June 2015 — and it doesn't include independent films, animated movies or cameo roles.
While Evan's position might surprise you some, it's not the most interesting thing on about the list that includes other hot commodities like Jennifer Lawrence, Scarlett Johansson, and Chris Hemsworth!
Ch-ch-check out the list (below) for a few more surprises:
Workin' on his fitness!
Speaking to E! News, Wahlberg revealed a really tough day on set where he was supposed to speak casually to Ferrell while pulling himself up over and over and over again!!!
Will the creator of Ballers please stand up?!
According to legal docs, writers Everette Silas and Sherri Littleton claim they had the idea for the sports comedy way back in 2007.
The two say they were about to cut a deal with Wahlberg, Johnson, and their manager in 2009 until they asked for "Created By" credits.
Silas and Littleton believe there are way too many similarities between the two projects. Both are about the lives of football players on and off the field, both are set in Miami, and both center around African American athletes.
Furthermore, they claim the title Ballers was taken from one of their episode titles.
The plaintiffs are seeking unspecified damages.
According to a rep from HBO:
"We are confident the case has no merit."
The show has been renewed for a second season.
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