The D-List: Meghan Trainer, The #DollyPartonChallenge, and more!

Juice WRLD Had 2,000 Unreleased Songs When He Died

Juice WRLD passed away with thousands of songs waiting to be listened to.

TMZ reports that around 2,000 songs are available.

His team is trying to figure out the best way to "pay tribute to his unheard work."

Juice's family and production team recently posted a message on Instagram saying "unreleased music and projects" would eventually but put out for the public.

"The Bachelor" To Air Two Episodes Next Week

If you are still reeling from Monday's edition of The Bachelor, you will get double the drama next week.

Two episodes will air. One on Monday and the other on Wednesday. Both will be seen on ABC at 8 pm / 7 pm Central and Mountain.

The typical petty behavior will be capped by Peter Weber's accident in Costa Rica. We will find out more about that. 

Police Use Dolly Parton Challenge To Find Burglars

A few police departments in the UK have used the viral Dolly Parton Challenge to ask for the public's help in finding some burglars.

In case you didn't know, the challenge that was started by a Parton social media post asked people to reveal pictures they would list on LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram, and Tinder.

Several police departments started posting suspect's photos so that people could get a good look at who is being accused of a crime.

People who saw the posts congratulated the police departments for being creative.

Post Malone Hopes to Release New Music This Year

It's been a pretty successful two years for Post Malone, and now he's hoping to release new music this year. 

In an interview with Rolling Stone, Post says he wants the music to be released after he's done with his Runaway Tour. 

He released his latest album 'Hollywood Bleeding' five months ago and the album has been streamed over 3 billion times in the first three months of it being released. 

There aren't any details on whether the new music will be an album or a song, but you can bet fans are ready for either.

This Year’s Grammys Was Lowest Rated Ever

The numbers are in and this year's Grammys received the lowest-rated show ever. 

According to the ratings, the over 3-hour ceremony only had 18.7 million viewers. 

When you look deeper the drop in viewership was 6% from last year and 53% drop in viewership from 2012. 

Many believe the tragic death of Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter, and the seven other passengers in a helicopter crash played a part in the decline in viewers.

Meghan Trainor Teases New Music

Meghan Trainor has new music with Nicki Minaj. 

The singer teased the new song called "Nice To Meet Ya" and announced that it will be available this Friday along with her new album titled "Treat Myself." 

It was just last week that Meghan revealed the tracklist for the upcoming album. 

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