The D-List: Thursday

Spice World Bus Now on Airbnb

If you have ever wanted to go back to the 90s and live on the double-decker bus from the "Spice World" movie now is your chance.

The original double-decker bus that was driven by Meatloaf is giving three lucky fans the chance to spend the night on the bus for two nights in London's Wembley Park.

The bus has been renovated with all the comforts you'd expect on a tour bus and if you want to have your chance at Spice Girls nostalgia you're going to have to act fast.

The Airbnb booking for the bus will start at 2:00 A.M. EST on May 22 and will only be available June 14 and 15 at $127 a night.

Maisie Williams Says “GoT” Affected Her Mental Health

In an interview with the Happy Place Podcast, Maisie Williams of the hit show Game of Thrones says fame affected her mental health.

Williams was only 13 when she began playing the role of Arya Stark and she says that being a teenager and playing a major role on a show took a huge toll on her life.

"I still lie in bed at night telling myself all the things I hate about myself," says Maisie. "It's just really terrifying that you're ever going to slip back into it. That's still something that I'm really working on."

Her co-star Sophie Turner has also revealed that she dealt with mental health issues as well, but Maisie says that the key is to "focus on yourself instead of trying to be who people want you to be."

DJ Khaled Donating Song Proceeds to Nipsey’s Kids

DJ Khaled has announced that he will donate "100 percent" of the proceeds from his new single "Higher" to the children of Nipsey Hussle.

Khaled has been given the blessing of the family to share Nipsey's "energy and positivity" he brought to the set for the video of the song that also features John Legend.

"Higher" will be on DJ Khaled's new album "Father of Asahd" that will be out on Friday.

“Game of Thrones” Fans Planning to Call Out Sick

The series finale of Game of Thrones could make your commute to work a little easier Monday morning.

According to a survey done by Kronos, 27 million people plan to watch the "Game of Thrones" series finale and skip work, be late for work, or work from home the following day.

Six percent of people in the survey flat-out said they plan on using a vacation day.

So, if your office is a little light come Monday now you know the reason.

Fans Roast Will Smith for “Aladdin”

A teaser of Will Smith singing the famous song "Prince Ali" from the live-action remake of Aladdin has been released, and the internet hates it.

One user said the performance "looked like an Expedia commercial," and another wanted Danearys to come and burn the whole thing.

Others just brought up the comparison to Robin Williams that I don't think Will can ever shake.

You'll be able to judge for yourself once Disney's live-action "Aladdin" hits theaters next week.

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