Trending With Tricia 2.24.17

While Katy Perry was being interviewed by BBC Radio One yesterday, Ed Sheeran happened to walk by the studio. Perry sarcastically thanked him for keeping her out of the #1 slot on the charts. Then Ed came into the studio and shared the story of how he and Katy first met, and how sweaty he wasHe said, "The first time I ever met Katy, I was sweating profusing and Katy said to me, 'I would hug you, but ew.'"

Late last night, Justin Bieber clarified the pee stain on his pants. The embarrassing photo went viral. He tweeted, “Someone got me flowers. I was driving, made a turn, and the water spilled on my D area...Didn't bother me. If it made ya laugh, nice!” Believable, but skeptics still have doubts. WHO bought flowers for Justin? On a Thursday. A week after Valentine’s. AND he drove around with them in his lap? Pics, or it didn’t happen. More likely, Justin turned his shame into a slight aimed at Selena Gomez. He’s not jealous of The Weeknd! He’s got a secret admirer! Who buys him flowers. Alternatively, it could be juvenile incontinence. Billy Madison understands. Justin at least saw the humor in it with this post.

Just when you think Kanye West is doing enough, he does something else. The rapper and fashion designer is now getting into cosmetics. Mr. Kim Kardashian has filed legal documents that declare his intention to produce makeup, perfumes, lotions, and other cosmetics under the DONDA brand name. As you know, Donda West, Kanye’s mom, passed away in 2007. At this point, ‘Ye’s application is being processed, but it’s more of a formality in case something happens. It doesn’t look like he’s developing actual products yet. 

Demi Lovato has been very open about her mental health troubles, and now she's produced a documentary about the issues facing many young people today. Demi, who's done extensive speaking tours on behalf of her own Be Vocal Speak Up organization, is the executive producer of Beyond Silence, which follows three people with different disorders as they work to cope with everyday life. She tells Variety, “I hope that this film will show people that there is nothing wrong with having a mental health condition. If you do have one, you are able to live well and thrive with a mental health condition, if you are able to speak up and be vocal about the things you are going through.” The documentary is available for free viewing at

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