Demi Lovato Sings About Self Love in Bold New Single 'I Love Me'
Demi Lovato’s new song, “I Love Me” is here and she’s dropped off a telling video to go along with it.
In the video Demi is seen fighting against herself in an apartment, trying to reach out to a woman on a stretcher being loaded into an ambulance and watching a young bride and groom run past her on the street.
All the scenes in the video are relevant to Demi’s life as she has battled with an eating disorder, drugs, and a breakup with Wilmer Valderama.
In an interview Demi said “I Love Me” is “an anthem,” "It talks about how hard we are on ourselves and the negative self-talk [and] how easily we can listen to that. But when is loving yourself gonna be enough?"
Strip Club Takes Anti-Coronavirus Measures, Makes PSA for Customers
Larry Flint is taking the Coronavirus very seriously when it comes to his strip clubs. Flynt’s Hustlers Club has made a PSA for customers to make them aware of how to combat the virus prior to enjoying a night at the strip club.
The PSA video features strippers in face masks, however the Surgeon General wouldn’t approve of the use of them because they don’t help you if you’re not sick.
The Hustlers Club has hired a professional custodian company to come in and clean and sanitize the club on a daily basis. There will also be porters and staff to clean throughout the night.
So you may be safe from the Coronavirus but not from the glitter and guilt after looking at your bank account the next day.
James Corden Gets Usher To Help Deliver Bad News
A Late Late Show sketch showed that Usher can deliver bad news with the best of them.
James Corden was playing a boss struggling to fire someone. That's when Usher appeared in a spotlight to share the news in a funky way.
In another segment, Usher has to tell someone that they have to pay for damage to their rental car.
The final piece of the skit features Usher sharing some bad news at a wedding.
"A Quiet Place Part II" Getting Great Early Reaction
Even though the movie won't be released to the public for two weeks, members of the press got a chance to view A Quiet Place Part II.
The reaction has been overwhelmingly positive.
One reviewer tweeted that the sequel is "just as tense and terrifying as the first one." Someone else tweeted, "I have a stomach ache now from how tense this movie is."
A Quiet Place Part II will be in theaters on March 20th.
McDonald's Employee Arrested After Smashing Pot of Hot Water Over Customer's Head
In what amounts to really bad customer service, a New York McDonald's worker is behind bars after smashing a pot of hot water over a customer's head.
The incident happened Thursday night at a McDonald's in the Bronx, according to an NYPD report. The victim, a drive-thru customer, reportedly got into a verbal dispute with 24-year-old Emonie Reed, an employee of the eatery. The spat escalated, leading the customer to spit on Reed and attempt to crawl through the restaurant's drive-thru window, police say. That's when Reed grabbed the water-filled coffee pot and smashed it over the man's head.
The customer was taken to a local hospital, where he was treated for cuts. Reed was taken to jail, where he was booked on charges of assault, criminal possession of a dangerous weapon and reckless endangerment.