The D-List: Percy Jackson on Disney+, Cardi Gets Her Grammy, and more!

Percy Jackson Series in Development at Disney Plus

A Percy Jackson series is in the works for Disney+.

The announcement was made via video on Twitter by the author of the Percy Jackson book series-Rick Riordan and his wife.

He said, we can't say much more at this stage but we are very excited.

He also said that both he and his wife will be involved in person in every aspect of the show.

69 million copies of the books have been sold in 35 countries.

Channing Tatum Takes COVID-19 Test After Birthday Party

Channing Tatum recently took a COVID-19 test after concerns from his ex-wife.

TMZ reports that Jenna Dewan urged Tatum to get tested after he had a gathering for his 40th birthday in late April.

Tatum and 5 friends went dirt biking. Sources say the buddies were all self-quarantining before they all got together. 

Dewan was concerned for Tatum's health and the health of herself and their daughter Everly. The parents share custody and Everly spends time with both of them. Tatum volunteered to get tested. The results came back negative.

Stars Line Up For Houseparty Live Stream Event

The Houseparty app plans to keep you entertained this weekend.

The "In The House" event will feature performances and appearances by celebrities from Friday, May 15th through Sunday, May 17th.

Katy Perry, John Legend, Alicia Keys, Doja Cat, Bad Bunny, DaBaby, Snoop Dogg, Dua Lipa, and more are scheduled to join the fun.

You'll be able to bring the event into your own group chat on Houseparty to have your own exclusive virtual get together.

Cardi B Finally Receives Her Grammy in the Mail

Cardi B gives the phrase, better late than never new meaning.

She JUST received her 2018 Grammy for Best Rap album in the mail.

She unboxed it on her InstaStory saying, I just received my Grammy to the right house.

The album's she beat out were Pusha-T's Daytona, Mac Miller-Swimming, Nipsey-Victory Lap and Travis Scott-Astroworld.

So the million dollar question is, 'where is her new project?' It appears her follow-up album has been delayed due to a "protracted renegotiation" with her label, Atlantic Records.

Cardi Gets Her Grammy

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