The D-List: Thursday

Ariana Grande Plans Emotional Visit To Manchester

Ariana Grande will come back to Manchester, England this weekend.

Two years ago, 22 people were killed and countless people were injured in a bombing that took place outside of the Manchester Arena where Grande was performing.

Grande will headline Manchester Pride with a set this Sunday.

Many think her return to Manchester might be emotional.

Justin Timberlake gives impromptu performance

Justin Timberlake is a pop superstar but he hasn't forgotten his roots.

Timberlake performed in his hometown of Memphis last night.

He was at the B.B. King's Blues Club and jumped on stage to perform.

Justin sang 'Tennessee Whiskey' to some surprised fans in the audience.

 

A Petition to Keep Spidey in the MCU Gaining Steam

Fans aren't happy that Spider-Man will no longer be a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and they have the signatures to prove it. 

A Change.org petition to keep Spider-Man with Disney and the Marvel Cinematic Universe has already received 70,000 signatures and the number is rising fast. 

It was just the other day that news came out Sony and Disney couldn't reach a financial agreement with the rights of the wall-crawler. 

The goal of the petition is to get 75,000 signatures of fans who hope that Sony lets go of Spidey and lets him set up shop at Disney.

Missy Elliott Announces Her First Album in 14 Years

Missy Elliott is making a comeback. Not only will she be receiving the MTV Video Vanguard Award, but she's also announced that after 14 years she'll be releasing a new album. 

The album will have 14 tracks and will be released at midnight. 

In a social media announcement about the album, Missy said, she wants to "throw it back to a time when music just felt good and made us want to dance."

 

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