Adam Levine Conflicted Over Maroon 5 Performing at the Super Bowl
Maroon 5 is set to headline the 2019 Super Bowl Halftime Show—for now, at least.
Pink and Rihanna had passed on the Halftime Show in support of former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, who was basically blacklisted for “taking a knee” during the National Anthem.
Celebrities like Amy Schumer have urged Maroon 5 to step down, and an online petition was created to encourage the band to drop out of the show; to date, it has over 63,000 signatures.
Naturally, the band’s frontman, Adam Levine, is conflicted about how to proceed. For months, the singer—who has been named Variety’s 2018 Hitmaker of the Year—batted away questions about the band’s involvement. Now, he tells the magazine, “I’m still formulating a lot of things.”
Will Smith’s wife says her mom once questioned their marriage
Jada Pinkett Smith has revealed that her mom, Adrienne Banfield-Jones, once questioned her marriage to Will Smith.
The 47-year-old actress has been getting candid about the ups and downs of her relationship since launching her Facebook Watch series, “Red Table Talk,” and the latest installment covered the subject of divorce, which Adrienne raised after the couple started calling themselves “life partners” instead of “husband” and “wife.”
“She was like, ‘Well, why don’t you guys just divorce?’” Jada recalled. “One of the ideas for me is that we’ve built such a beautiful community, we’ve built such a beautiful family… we do well together. Breaking that group and community up for me? It’s just never an option.”
During the candid discussion, Jada also said that she doesn’t feel mature enough to undergo a divorce, but later added that she believes staying together requires an even greater level of maturity.
Queen Elizabeth Finds the Word Pregnant “Vulgar”
Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton’s grandmother-in-law has more than a few non-traditional pet-peeves, which include a distaste for wedge heels, potatoes, and men in shorts.
Perhaps the most shocking among Queen E’s laundry list of unique grievances is this: the word “pregnant.” What about it, you ask? Well, according to an Us Weekly “palace source,” she finds the term “vulgar.”