After rumours started circulating earlier this week that Britney Spears was being considered to perform at the Super Bowl halftime show in 2018, Pepsi’s head of sports marketing has revealed that she won’t be. He didn’t hint to who will be though. Read more here.
Jocelyn Alice responded to the criticism over Tuesday’s MLB All-Star game national anthem giggle. Yesterday, the Canadian singer tweeted “A BIG thank you to the @MLB for one of the best days of my life yesterday. I giggled because I saw some fellow Canadians on the […] big screen and was overcome with excitement in that moment. I love my country. I am so proud to be Canadian.” Some fans are understanding, while others think it wasn’t just the giggle that made the performance hard to watch. Read more here.
Pamela Anderson has announced she’s pulling out of a vegan restaurant in the south of France just nine days after celebrating its grand opening. Anderson had originally teamed up with a French chef, but posted her “disappointing news” on her website on Wednesday, citing the pop-up food spot did not meet “expectations or agreements” and alleging the mistreatment of staff. Find the details here.
The Emmy Award nominations will be announced later this morning. Some are saying that NBC’s “This is Us” has a chance to show that network dramas can still be Emmy worthy. Streaming also has an opening to dominate, with HBO’s blockbuster “Game of Thrones” falling outside the eligibility window this year. Likely streaming nominees include Netflix’s “The Crown” and “Stranger Things” and Hulu’s “The Handmaid’s Tale.”