The D-List: Michael's Touching Tribute, Channing's New Book, and more!

Ariana Grande Becomes First Woman to Reach 200 Million Followers on Instagram

Ariana Grande has another first.

The 27-year-old songstress is now the first woman to reach 200 million followers on Instagram.

Grande hit this mark over the weekend. Congrats Ariana Grande!

On her heels to reach that 200 million mark is Kylie Jenner with 193 million followers and Selena Gomez with 190 million followers.

Channing Tatum Writes A Children's Book

Channing Tatum has summoned unicorns and sparkles for his first children's book. 

The book is titled The One And Only Sparkella.

Tatum posted an Instagram picture of him playing dress-up. He wrote, “Guys, I don’t know about you but things got a little weird for me in quarantine. I ended up accidentally locking myself in my 7-year-old daughter’s room. And I ended up finding my inner child. So this is what I created for my little girl. From what is, I guess, the little girl in me. Thanks for reading.”

The story is about a little girl who gets teased at school because she likes sparkly things.

KYLIE JENNER: Top-Earning Celeb

Kylie Jenner is the highest-earning celebrity of the year thanks to selling 51 percent of her LipKit company, Kylie Cosmetics, to Coty. Kylie tops the Forbes 2020 Celebrity 100 list with earnings of $540 million. She happens to be the youngest and only woman in the Top 10.

Five of the men are athletes: LeBron James, tennis champ Roger Federer and three soccer stars.

Kylie’s brother-in-law Kanye West takes second with $170 million for the past year.

Michael B. Jordan's Tribute To Chadwick Boseman

Michael B. Jordan and Chadwick Boseman will forever be tied together because of Black Panther. 

In a statement about Boseman's death, Jordan expressed his emotions over the loss of his co-star and friend.

Jordan said over and over, "I wish we had more time" as he wrote a touching tribute on Instagram that included photos of the two together. 

Part of the statement said, "Since nearly the beginning of my career, starting with All My Children when I was 16 years old you paved the way for me. You showed me how to be better, honor purpose, and create legacy. And whether you've known it or not...I've been watching, learning and constantly motivated by your greatness."

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