The D-List: The Drew Barrymore Show, Beyonce Shares "Already", and more!

Beyonce Drops "Already" Video Ahead Of Disney+'s “Black Is King”

Beyonce is in a mood to give fans new music and we’re sure the Beyhive is here for it. Bey dropped the “Already” video ahead of the “Black Is King” visual album coming to Disney+ on Friday (July 31st)

“Already” features Shatta Wale and Major Lazer and was released along with a deluxe version of “The Lion King: The Gift” 

According to a press release for the new project, “Black Is King” is a reimage of the lessons from “The Lion King” for “today’s young kings and queens in search of their own crowns.”

Lady Gaga And Ariana Grande Call Off "Drive-In" Appearance

Footage of the Chainsmokers concert in New York where people were not properly distanced or wearing masks put some other event coordinators on notice. 

Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande were scheduled to make a surprise appearance at a Drive N' Drag show at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California on Friday.

Page Six quotes a music industry insider who said, "Gaga really wanted to do it, but the Rose Bowl pulled the plug because of what happened in the Hamptons (with the Chainsmokers). They feared that once the crowd realized who it was, they would run toward the stage, not social distance, and they feared they’d lose their license.”

The event will still go on without the superstars being present. 

Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, Jim Carrey Unite For Secret Standup Show

Dave Chappelle, Chris Rock, and Jim Carrey all performing together? Sounds like one of the greatest comedy shows ever! Too bad we didn't get to see it.

Chappelle & Rock - along with a special Facetime appearance by Carrey - performed a private standup show for an audience of just 100 people in Chappelle's hometown of Yellow Springs, Ohio.

Guests had to lock up their cellphones before the show to make sure no video leaked out - so far, all we have is a couple of photos from Rock's Instagram. Hopefully, it'll show up as a streaming special sometime soon.

Drew Barrymore Interviews 7-Year-Old Self

In the lead up to Drew Barrymore's new talk show, she released a promo featuring her interviewing a familiar guest.

Through the magic of technology, grown-up Drew found herself on the set of the Tonight Show interviewing her 7-year-old self from almost 40 years ago.

The younger Drew appeared on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson in 1982 after she starred in E.T.

The Drew Barrymore Show will premiere in daytime on September 14th.

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