The Chanels are ready to head into surgery for season two of Scream Queens!
Emma Roberts, Billie Lourd, Taylor Lautner, and the rest of the Scream Queens cast pose in scrubs and white coats while playing with medical instruments in the latest promotional pictures for the hit comedy-horror.
In case you missed it, season two of Scream Queens will shift from the sorority house to a hospital when the Chanels start studying to become doctors.
Scream Queens season two is set to premiere on Fox on Tuesday, September 20.
Carly Rae Jepsen has given a gift to her fans in the form of a bunch of new songs via her new album Emotion Side B!
“Emotion Side B almost never was. Well, technically all the songs existed I just didn’t think to share them until we toured,” the 30-year-old singer said in the liner notes.
“But meeting many of you face to face, getting to share in one of the most joyful touring experiences of my life, all I wanted was to give back more of the feelings you all gave me,” Carly added. “So this is for you guys, a B sides album full of some extra tunes we made on the journey to Emotion. I hope you enjoy. And thank you for making the past year so incredible. The memes, the covers, the parties, and the shows. You keep me inspired. So yeah… new album on the way… but here’s something to hold yah over till then.”
Download the new album on iTunes and stream it below via Spotify!
A Taylor Swift fan waited outside of her New York City apartment possibly hoping for a glimpse of the singer, but she got the next best thing – a sighting of Meredith the cat!
The pet feline was spotted by a fan on Thursday afternoon (August 25) and Meredith kept her gaze on the fan throughout the day!
“Meredith is currently sitting in Taylor’s window just staring at me,” fan Rikki Condostweeted on Thursday morning. After a fan tweeted back saying “OH MY GOD MEREDITH IS ALIVE,” the original fan responded with a photo of the cat in the window.
Bea Miller takes the stage to introduce her brand new “Yes Girl” music video at the premiere event held at Beacher’s Madhouse inside the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel on Wednesday evening (August 24) in Los Angeles.
The 17-year-old songstress talked about the track in depth during a Q&A hosted by JustJared.com‘s own Jared Eng.
“Yes Girl” is about having a relationship with anybody who is incredibly controlling,” Bea said about the song. “It’s about overcoming that and realizing you don’t need them in your life anymore.”
She added, “The strings are representative of people in my life who need things from me constantly, who make me feel like I’m tied down to [them] in a literal sense. The video visually brings that feeling and struggle to life.”
The video was directed by Aya Tanimura and shot in Los Angeles.