The D-List: Billie Eilish, Mulan, and more!

Billie Eilish Puts Body on Display in New Video Shown on Tour

Billie Eilish kicked off her tour in Miami on Monday night and as the concert drew to a close the singer displayed a video that talked about body shaming. 

Eilish, who is known for her baggy attire addressed criticism about how she is seen for what she wears or doesn’t wear. "If what I wear is comfortable, I am not a woman, If I shed the layers, I am a slut".

"Though you've never seen my body, you still judge me for it. Why?" she asked in the video.

The 2-minute video played before her song, All The Good Girls Go To Hell, and features the singer removing her clothing to reveal herself in a bra before sinking away in a pool of black liquid. 

"We decide who they are. We decide what they're worth," she said. "If I wear more, if I wear less, who decides what that makes me? Is my value based only on your perception? Or is your opinion of me not my responsibility?" she says as the video ends.

Katy Perry Tells Dying Grandma She’s Pregnant In Precious Video

Katy Perry posted more pictures and videos of her grandmother, Anne Pearl Hudson, Perry's video revealing her pregnancy to her dying grandma will require plenty of Kleenex. 

As Katy sits by her grandmother’s hospital bed she repeats her name several times before giving her the special news. 

“I’m going to tell you that I’m going to have a baby,” the pop star tells Hudson. “I’m pregnant, grandma! Katy is finally pregnant, she’s the last one, but I have a baby inside me and I wanted to tell that to you.”

Perry’s grandmother died over the weekend at the age of 99.

Yes, There’s a Baby Yoda Waffle Maker

Now is your chance to have breakfast with Baby Yoda. 

That's right for all you fans of The Mandalorian, just pour the waffle batter into the machine and you'll have a Baby Yoda design in your morning waffle. 

The waffle maker is already popular and ready for you to preorder now. It'll ship by September 5. 

John Boyega Gets Netflix Deal

'Star Wars' actor John Boyega has just struck a deal between his Upper Room Productions Company and Netflix. 

The deal will allow Boyega's company to develop non-English language films that are focused on East and West Africa. 

This new deal just shows that Netflix is indeed strengthening its foothold in original African content. 

The South African teen drama "Blood & Water" plus the cartoon series "Mama K's Team 4" will stream on Netflix later this year.

Critics Are Loving Disney's "Mulan" Live Action Remake

The first comments about the Disney live-action remake of Mulan are very favorable.

Critics gave their first thoughts about the movie on social media.

One person wrote, "#Mulan is the best of the Disney live-action remakes since Cinderella — I didn’t even miss the songs. Finds new notes in a story we already know while delivering gorgeous action, heart, and humor."

Another person said, "Is Mulan the first great superhero movie of 2020? It sure feels like it. She soars over rooftops, flies across walls, shoots arrows, and is just a general badass. The film serves as a reminder to be true to yourself."

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