KANYE WEST WANTS TO CHANGE HIS NAME
Kanye West is changing his name. He’s petitioning to legally become “YE.” According to the paperwork, he cited personal reasons for the change. In order for it to become official, a California judge has to sign off. Also, the name change must be published in several newspapers.
Meanwhile, the soon-to-be ex-Mr.Kim Kardashian is preparing for his third listening event for the long-delayed “Donda” album. This one is in Chicago and there are reports that he’s planning to rebuild his childhood home in the middle of Soldier Field.
The Chicago “Donda” event happens tomorrow.
TRAVIS SCOTT 'SURPRISED' DAUGHTER STORMI WITH HER OWN SCHOOLBUS
Stormi Webster is going through a school bus phase. Her mother, Kylie Jenner, said in her IG Stories, “All Stormi has been talking about is riding a big yellow bus. Daddy surprised her.”
Daddy is Travis Scott, and apparently he was able to get his hands on one for his baby girl. The three-year-old – wearing a “Space Jam” t-shirt and baggy jeans – looked fascinated as she looked around the bus.
Kylie – who’s rumored to be pregnant with her and Travis’ second child – later uploaded a picture of the soon-to-be big sister with the caption, “Favorite girl.” The blue heart she followed the caption with caused one of her eagle-eyed fans to say, “So you’re saying, ‘It’s a boy.”
SELENA GOMEZ INSISTS SHE'S "PROUD" OF HER TIME WITH DISNEY
In a recent interview, Selena Gomez seemed to have a few negative things to say about her time on the Disney series “Wizards of Waverly Place,” but now she’s clarifying those comments.
In the interview she said, "I signed my life away to Disney at a very young age and I didn’t know that’s what I was doing,” but now insists she has nothing bad to say about her time on the show.
Talking to RadioTimes.com about her new Hulu series “Only Murders in the Building,” Selena says "I'm beyond proud of the work that I did with Disney as well. It kind of shaped who I am in a way." Her “Murders” co-star Steve Martin added that Selena said her initial comments in a “most light-hearted, funny, jokey way,” noting they have been “interpreted” to sound worse than they were.
Selena insists she was always treated well at Disney, sharing, “I have to say, I'm very lucky... As a female in my position, I was taken care of and I've only had lovely experiences, so I'm grateful for that."