UPDATE: The GRAMMYs have confirmed that the award ceremony has been pushed back to March 14. They said in a statement: “After thoughtful conversations with health experts, our host and artists scheduled to appear, we are rescheduling the 63rd Annual GRAMMY Awards to be broadcast Sunday, March 14, 2021. The deteriorating COVID situation in Los Angeles, with hospital services being overwhelmed, ICUs having reached capacity, and new guidance from state and local governments have all led us to conclude that postponing our show was the right thing to do. Nothing is more important than the health and safety of those in our music community and the hundreds of people who work tirelessly on producing the show.
Dr. Dre is in the intensive care unit after suffering a brain aneurysm. The rapper, 55, is hospitalized at Los Angeles’ Cedars-Sinai Medical Center,. TMZ reported Tuesday that the musician was taken to the hospital by ambulance on Monday after suffering the aneurysm. Dre (born Andre Romelle Young) is in a stable and undergoing tests, the outlet reports.
Academy Award-winning actress Emma Stone is pregnant. Multiple entertainment outlets are reporting that Stone and her husband, Saturday Night Live segment director Dave McCary, are expecting their first child together.
Tanya Roberts’ publicist and longtime partner have released statements that the actress is still alive, despite previous reports that had announced her death on Sunday. A day after releasing a statement saying that the 65-year-old had died, her rep Mike Pingel said on Monday that he had been mistaken.
Wonder Woman 1984 is the No. 1 movie in North America for a second weekend in a row, earning an additional $5.5 million. The film, starring Gal Gadot, was simultaneously released in theaters and on the HBO Max streaming service on Dec. 25 in order to reach as many viewers as possible during the coronavirus pandemic.