The curtain is coming down on the most celebrated circus in the US, the “Greatest Show on Earth”, run by Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey. After 146 years in the business, the owners said declining tickets sales and high operating costs were to blame. Activists who campaigned for decades against the travelling circus’s animal acts welcomed the news. In May 2016, after years of legal battles with activists, the circus stopped its elephant shows and sent the animals to live at a conservation centre in Florida.
Katy Perry and Cher are just two of the names joining the Women’s March on Washington, which is scheduled to take place in various cities across the country one day after Donald Trump’s inauguration on Jan. 20.
Perry tweeted a link revealing her involvement, along with the message, “SISTERS ARE DOIN’ IT FOR THEMSELVES!”
Scarlett Johansson and Amy Schumer will also participate along with actresses America Ferrara, Chelsea Handler, Julianne Moore, Olivia Wilde, and Debra Messing.
As if owning a $25 million mansion in Beverly Hills isn’t enough, now Taylor Swift wants her home declared a landmark.
The mansion, which includes six bedrooms and five bathrooms on a 10,982-square-foot property, was purchased by Swift in September 2015 and was previously owned by movie mogul Samuel Goldwyn. Swift, 27, is seeking the designation to ensure the home is “preserved,” according to the Beverly Hills Courier.
Miley Cyrus had a high old time at boyfriend Liam Hemsworth’s birthday bash on Friday, handing out Snoop Dogg’s brand of marijuana in party bags.
Miley through a crazy rap-themed party, and shared snaps from the bash on Instagram, and revealed a ‘weed bar’ was set up for guests at the party, with goodie bags filled with samples from Snoop Dogg’s Merry Jane marijuana company. Recreational marijuana use was legalized in Los Angeles at the start of the year.