Pink’s daughter Willow wants extra dessert for being on the cover of People
Pink’s daughter Willow only cares about being a People magazine cover girl if it can get her more sweets.
The singer posted a picture on Instagram of her six-and-a-half-year-old holding the cover of People’s Beautiful Issue, which features Pink with both Willow and baby son Jameson.
Pink captioned the photo with a conversation she had with her daughter. “So how does it feel, Willow, to be the most beautiful person in the world?” she asked.
“UMM, does it mean I get an extra dessert this week?” Willow replied.
It seems Willow inherited her nonchalant attitude from her mom her mom, though. As previously reported, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show last week, Pink described her reaction to hearing she would be on the cover on the Beautiful Issue.
"I laughed out loud," she recalled. "I immediately turned to...whoever was in the room and said, ‘Did you ever think this was as good as it gets?’"
A star is born IRL: Trailer for Lady Gaga's screen debut gets rave reviews from critics
It's not coming out until October 5, but Lady Gaga's movie debut, A Star Is Born, already has some people seeing golden statuettes in its future.
According to Vulture, the first trailer for the movie, directed by and starring Bradley Cooper, was screened this week at CinemaCon, a movie industry conference currently taking place in Las Vegas.
As previously reported, the movie is a remake of the 1937 original, and features Cooper as a veteran musician and Gaga as an singer he takes under his wing. In the trailer, Gaga says, "I don’t sing my own songs. I just don’t feel comfortable. People say they like the way I sound, but don’t like the way I look.”
The audience reacted with "sustained applause," according to Vulture, and many took to Twitter to rave.
Los Angeles Times writer Amy Kaufman, tweeted, "I mean, the trailer for A Star is Born just made me cry..."
Another writer, Eric Vespe, wrote, "It's obviously a passion project for [Cooper] and that earnestness shows in the footage. Lady Gaga was really impressive even in a couple minutes of footage. Very natural, real, vulnerable. This one might be something."
Erik Davis of Fandango wrote, "Huge applause for first trailer for #AStarIsBorn, which feels like it could definitely be an awards player. Both Cooper and Gaga look great in it. First fall-movie preview I’ve seen where awards will for sure be in the conversation."
Another writer, Shawn Robbins, concurred, writing, "Watch out for A STAR IS BORN later this year. Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga are moving and utterly electric together in the first trailer."
Finally, MTV's Crystal Bell tweeted, "[It]...gave me chills. Lady Gaga’s Hollywood moment is far from over. Music is phenomenal...it felt radically intimate. Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga have crazy chemistry."
Ed Sheeran writes new song, “In This Room,” for upcoming Irish film
Ed Sheeran has contributed a new song to the upcoming Irish film, The Delinquent Season.
The song, “In This Room,” is featured in the trailer for the movie, starring Cillian Murphy. The drama revolves around two married couples in suburban Dublin whose marital bliss starts to crumble.
Ed co-wrote the emotional piano-driven ballad with Irish singer Ryan McMullan and Antony Genn. Ryan, who opened for Ed on his European tour last year, tells Ireland’s Hot Press how the song came about.
“Ed called me in and was like, ‘Man, I’ve got this idea for a movie thing I’m doing, do you want to help finish it?’” he says. “Once we had, I went into the studio and stuck down the vocals. The way it happened was very organic.”
The Delinquent Season hits Irish theaters on April 27.
Portugal. The Man consider the "psycho" success of "Feel It Still"
The band Portugal. The Man was way out of the mainstream...until they released their groovalicious, '60s-flavored hit "Feel It Still." It hit #4 on the Billboard Hot 100, won the band a Grammy and sold more than 2 million copies. Earlier this week, they were honored with the prestigious ASCAP Vanguard Award, and at that event, bass player Zach Carothers revealed the moment when he suspected the song might appeal to more than just their usual crowd.
"We're not dum-dums. We knew that we had something good, but no one can predict what has happened. That was just crazy," Zach told ABC Radio. "I thought, 'Oh wow, we've got a really good song here, my friends seem to like it.'"
"Then, suddenly, within the same couple of days, we had [the Today show's] Kathy Lee and Hoda say it was their song of the summer, and we had Lars [Ulrich] from Metallica say that it was his song of the summer," he continues. "And I was like, 'Wow, we cast the net pretty wide...if we get a few people in the middle, I think we've got something special here!"
Now that the song has become a massive global hit, Portugal.The Man guitarist Erik Howk says even he seems to hear it everywhere he goes.
"So many Ubers, in lounges and bars, in commercials," he tells ABC Radio. "I had a friend that was in Russia that sent me a video of it just playing in the square, like, to no one in particular. Like, the city of Moscow was playing 'Feel It Still.' That's as psycho as it gets!"
Portugal. The Man kick off a summer tour May 19 in Nashville, and will also play numerous summer festivals including Lollapalooza.
Chris Pratt: Avengers: Infinity War will be "the biggest movie of all time"
The wait is finally over: Avengers: Infinity War officially opens Friday, with many theaters holding screenings tonight. Chris Pratt -- who plays Star Lord in the Guardians of the Galaxy franchise and appears as the character in his first Avengers film -- predicts the latest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe will be "the biggest movie of all time."
What makes the 38-year-old actor so sure? "There are 18 movies -- that's like 36 hours, maybe 40 hours of straight cinematic splendor that you take as a crash course to get ready for this movie, Pratt tells ABC News. "And the crazy thing is, is that the entire world has taken that crash course. And so that's why you can make a movie like this. That's why it's so exciting."
The experts agree: Infinity Wars is expected to rake in somewhere between $225 million-$245 million in its opening weekend. But Pratt insists it's all up to the fans.
"You're always crossing your fingers every time one of these movies comes out, and certainly when you're a part of them hoping that it connects with an audience and that audiences love them," he says.
Disney is the parent company of Marvel Studios and ABC News.
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