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Omarion And The Rest Of The Artists On The 2020 Millennium Tour Say “Wassup” In New Video Update



#Roommates it’s been about a week since Omarion fired the unbothered shot heard ‘round the world when he announced the second half of the popular Millennium Tour without his B2K group members—most notably Fizz. Well, he just gave excited fans another update…and it’s a total throwback to the 2000s.

Social media is still talking about Omarion’s ultimate chess move of removing Fizz (and the rest of B2K) from the new Millennium Tour and announcing it on his birthday—and O just gave them even more reason to keep things going.

He posted a video on Instagram that was a parody of the popular Budweiser commercials of the early 2000s featuring a group of guys saying “Waassuuuuuuuppp.” This version was a FaceTime call featuring all of the artists hitting the road with Omarion next year, including Sammie, Pretty Ricky, Ying Yang Twins, Lloyd, Soulja Boy and co-headliner Bow Wow.

You’ll also recall that both J-Boog and Raz B have sent Omarion their congratulations on the new tour outing and even said they plan to attend the show at some point—but Fizz definitely has not. Neither he nor girlfriend Apryl Jones (Omarion’s baby mama) have publicly addressed him being purposely left off the tour. Apryl instead posted a lengthy birthday message to him on the day the Millennium Tour announcement was made.

He may not have responded, but he surely knows he’s the subject of one of the hottest topics on social media right now.

Roommates, what are your thoughts on this?


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Billie Eilish Talks About Career in Variety’s Hitmaker Issue




Billie Eilish has had a triumphant year thanks to the release of her debut album, When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, and a slew of award show wins. Her rise to stardom has not only been sudden, but impactful, which is something she recently spoke about in Variety‘s Hitmaker of the Year issue. The 17-year-old singer — who was crowned as 2019’s hitmaker — admitted that she initially wasn’t ready to be catapulted into the limelight. “I was not prepared for it. I just liked music,” she said. “It was a really weird thing to be put on me when I was 15 years old.”

Her fast-growing appeal might have something to do with the subject matter of her music. Since her early teens, the “Bad Guy” songstress has touched on a handful of significant and often difficult topics such as mental health, failed romances, and low self-esteem.

“I didn’t realize that I was saying and touching on aspects in life that were deeper than the average song,” Billie continued. “I didn’t try to do that — I just did it. When I was starting out, one of the only things I heard was that the music was too dark, too sad, too depressing, that it wasn’t happy enough. There was this period where all I was hearing was, ‘Smile! Talk about how much you love yourself!’ — and I was literally at a time when I didn’t love myself. Now I can, but then, I was a little 14-year-old. I didn’t know anything about self-love or self-care. All I knew was the stuff that I knew, and a lot of it was bad and negative. That’s what I wanted to write about, and that’s why people relate to it. I mean, even The Beatles have songs that are just like, ‘I’m miserable!'”

It’s exactly that stick-to-it-iveness that kept Billie on a self-paved path and furnished her take-the-lead mentality. So it should come as no surprise that she enjoys being a leader. “I love it,” she said. “With my friend groups and things I did, I was always the one in charge, the alpha. I’ve always wanted to do my own sh*t, be my own person — not controlling people, but controlling what I’m doing.”

And apparently, Billie has inspired fans to embrace their own inner bosses, which she discovered this past Halloween when she saw people dressed as her. “I went trick-or-treating and I walked by many Billies,” she revealed to Variety. “It was very weird.”

Still, the young talent is getting used to the recognition and wants even more for herself. “I worked really hard for a long time, and I’ve gotten to where I don’t have to work as hard anymore,” she said. “I don’t even need to talk about how bad it was because I’m so happy in it now — it’s actually, like, great and I’ve been enjoying the sh*t out of it, and I just want it to get bigger.”

Read Variety‘s full interview to learn more about Billie’s journey into the spotlight, including her relationship with fans, how she handles criticism, and, of course, her unparalleled love for The Office.


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Emma Stone and More Who Found Love With SNL Stars




Emma Stone is on her way to joining the SNL family…by way of marriage, that is.

The 31-year-old Oscar-winning actress and show writer and segment director Dave McCary announced on Wednesday via Instagram that they are engaged. The two have been dating for more than two years.

Another member of Hollywood royalty, Scarlett Johansson, also found love with a member of the SNL family: Colin Jost. The 35-year-old actress and 37-year-old Weekend Update co-host and writer first sparked romance rumors in May 2017 and it was revealed in May 2019 that they are engaged.

And of course, we cannot forget Pete Davidson. The 26-year-old SNL cast member has over the past year and a half dated not one but four female celebs, and was even engaged for one hot minute to pop star Ariana Grande, 26. He recently began a hot romance with 18-year-old model Kaia GerberCindy Crawford‘s daughter.

Check out celebs who found love with SNL stars:


Pete Davidson, Ariana Grande, MTV Video Music Awards, VMAs

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Pete Davidson, Kate Beckinsale

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Pete Davidson, Margaret Qualley

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Pete Davidson, Kaia Gerber, Miami


Scarlett Johansson, Colin Jost, 2018 Emmys, 2018 Emmy Awards, Couples

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Lindsay Shookus, Ben Affleck

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Elisabeth Moss, Fred Armisen

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Fred Armisen, Natasha Lyonne, 2016 Emmy Awards, Couples

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Will Arnett, Amy Poehler, 2012 MET Gala

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Gene Wilder, Gilda Radner

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Olivia Wilde, Jason Sudeikis, Alumni Gear

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January Jones, Jason Sudeikis

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Carrie Fisher, Dan Aykroyd

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Paul Simon, Carrie Fisher, Wedding

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2016 Oscars, Academy Awards, Arrivals, Sarah Silverman, Michael Sheen, Candids

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Sarah Silverman, Jimmy Kimmel


Jamie Lee Curtis, Christopher Guest, 2016

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Naya Rivera, David Spade

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