Taylor Swift LOVED that John Travolta mistook Jade Jolie for her at the "VMAs".
Toddrick Hall, co-producer of Taylor's "You Need to Calm Down" music video, talked about the incident and said, quote, "We talked about it backstage [and] Taylor thought it was hilarious.
Todrick said that Jade Jolie, quote, "has made quite the living performing at Play nightclub and she is a fantastic drag queen. Everybody knows that she is the Taylor Swift doppelgänger, so I think that was the highest compliment he could pay her.”
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Matthew McConaughey... I mean PROFESSOR McConaughey, will be teaching at the University of Texas at Austin as a “Professor of Practice.”
He has been co-teaching a class called Script to Screen since 2015. But this fall, he's full-on instructor, which means he can, quote, "mentor students, explore teaching other classes and participate in all of the University events."
He said, “It’s the class I wish I would have had when I was in film school. Working in the classroom with these students gives me a chance to prepare them.”
Matthew earned his film degree from UT Austin in 1993.
A week after Kelly Clarkson hosted the "Billboard Music Awards" with a burst appendix, she was doing a live episode of "The Voice" when an ovarian cyst burst.
She says, quote, "I had to grab [Blake Shelton's] arm and I was like, 'Something is wrong.' That was more painful than the appendicitis.”
She's totally fine now. But she says, quote, "I was hysterically laughing and crying at one point in the E.R. like 'What is happening?'"
Nick Jonas is getting into the tequila business. He teamed with designer John Varvatos and Stoli Group for a new ultra-premium tequila named Villa One.
LOL @ Nick's response to the question "What can't Nick Jonas do?"
Shawn Mendes announced the launch of his new foundation, The Shawn Mendes Foundation, "to support causes that are important to my fans and our generation."
Shawn wrote, "I’ve wanted to find a way to amplify the causes that my fans care deeply about, and to further help them make their voices heard."