"Tell me what you want, what you really really want," is what the Spice Girls' smash song "Wannabe" said years ago when it was first released, and the crowds went wild for it.
News that #FelicityHuffman and #LoriLoughlin have been indicted in what has been described as the, "largest-ever college admissions scam prosecuted by the Justice Department," by United States Attorney Andrew Lelling has definitely rocked Hollywood, if not North America. For the uninitiated, this admissions scam has seen wealthy parents across the United States pay to have their children admitted to any one of a number of A-list schools, including Georgetown University, Yale University, Stanford University, the University of Texas, the University of Southern California and UCLA, according to Washington Post.
While I acknowledge that "I Believe I Can Fly" is a song that can be empowering for many people, I've never been a big R. Kelly fan. His music has never really been that appealing to me, and once he started facing some serious legal trouble—dating back to 1996—I simply get a bad vibe from him.
It seems the world has effectively fallen in love with Billie Eilish since her first song released on SoundCloud, "Ocean Eyes"—went viral in 2016. With the release of her current title, "Wish You Were Gay," people are a little less excited and a little unhappy.
While I find I have little time in my current schedule to sit and watch the 35-year-old game show Jeopardy!, I have always enjoyed watching Alex Trebek in action.
Leaving Neverland, a two-part HBO documentary that chronicles the stories of two men who report they were sexually assaulted by legendary pop star Michael Jackson, is a story that may have needed to be told by some, but for others, may only pour salt in a lifelong wound.