“She really just needs to go give a statement because she’s worried about the other people and she wants to give all of the information,” Maia shared. “Mike is very much involved as well because he’s at the police station anyway. You see the mothers find out the full extent.”
She adds, “Stef and Callie really connect over their sense of social justice and that kind of need to fix everything. They’re very similar in a lot of ways. I don’t think Stef is mad at her. She really understands [the situation]…they’re just worried.”
Zara Larsson has just dropped her brand new single “So Good” featuring Ty Dolla $ign, and it’s indeed “so good, so good, so good”!
The track – which was co-written by Charlie Puth and produced by Danny Schofield and LunchMoney Lewis – is set to be included on the 19-year-old Swedish singer’s upcoming full-length debut album, due out later this year via Epic Records.
Liam Payne can’t even stop laughing at his own impressions!
Charlie Puth caught the former One Direction singer in the studio while he was doing impressions of the Family Guy cast and shared it on his Snapchat last night — and it’s hilarious!
One of the impressions Liam did was of Peter Griffin, saying “Hi there, Peter Griffin here.” Check it out below!
Later on, Liam headed to his Facebook where he showed fans around the studio he was working in.
“This is the studio that I’ve been working in today. I’ve been writing a song, it’s been a lot of fun,” he shared. “I’m hoping you’re going to like the music, it’s a little bit different, but it’s really nice.”
Charlie is also pictured heading out to dinner with a pal in Los Angeles earlier this week.
“I think it’s good and I think it’s great that she was taking some time off for herself, because I see it on a much smaller scale,” Charlie told MTV UK. “People kind of treating you, who are maybe not necessarily fans, but seeing you as an object and shouting things at you. Real fans won’t, like, scream obscene things out at you, but it’s important to feel like a human again. So, I think her taking some time off is a really good thing.”
He added, “I can feel it getting to myself sometimes. I’ll be emotionally drained and kind of lifeless. So if I take like a week off and just go hiking, I don’t look at Twitter every, like, five minutes, but just hit the giant refresh button.”