When the going gets tough, the tough put on a show. Kristen Bell is currently stuck in Florida as Hurricane Irma slams the state, but she’s doing her best to keep everyone’s spirits up. On Saturday morning, ET confirmed the star put on a 20-minute performance of songs from “Frozen” for around 200 people and families taking shelter at the Meadow Woods Middle School in Orlando, Florida. Watch the heartwarming video here.
Spent some time with actress Kristen Bell this morning. I played piano for her while she sang songs from Frozen. This all happened at a hurricane shelter full of almost 200 people escaping Hurricane Irma. She wanted to take people's mind off of the coming storm. What a class act! #kristenbell #hurricaneirma
Usher has responded to a lawsuit that claims he failed to warn three people of his herpes diagnosis. In August, two women and a man sued the singer, alleging he had sexual relations with them without telling them he had a sexually transmitted infection (STI). In court documents, the singer’s legal team “denies each and every allegation” made against him. Usher and his lawyers stated that “Any alleged conduct by Defendant, which is expressly denied, was unintentional,” and that they “assumed the risk of any alleged harm” by engaging in sexual contact. Read more here.
Stephen King’s “It” shattered box office records this weekend to deliver the biggest September opening in Hollywood history. As Variety reports, the combination of positive reviews, word of mouth and Stephen King’s existing fan base have propelled “It” to the top spot at the weekend box office, with a domestic take of $117 million in its opening weekend. This more than doubles the existing record for top September opening, set in 2015 with “Hotel Transylvania 2”, which set the record by bringing in $48.5 million in its opening weekend. Find out more here.