The Sauce, With Sos 3/18/22

Pete Davidson No Longer Headed For Space

Looks like Pete Davidson won’t be going to space after all. The “Saturday Night Live” comic was set to be on the next Blue Origin mission. 

The company issued this tweet last night – “Blue Origin's 20th flight of New Shepard has shifted to Tuesday, March 29th. Pete Davidson is no longer able to join the NS-20 crew on this mission.” 

No reason was given for the delay…or why Kim Kardashian’s current love interest couldn’t fit it into his schedule. Blue Origin will announce a sixth crewmember in a few days.

Source: Blue Origin

Olivia Rodrigo Shares New Trailer For Disney+ Movie

Olivia Rodrigo is set to star a Disney+ movie “Driving Home 2 U (A Sour Film),” which will share the story behind the making of her hit album, with behind-the-scenes footage from the recording studio and more.

With the film dropping March 25th, Olivia is giving fans another peek at the new project with a new trailer. 

“I just wanted to tell people what was going on in the back of my head in a way that was proud and not ashamed,” she says in the clip. “There’s nothing that connects people and nothing that’s a truer window into human emotion than music.” 

She also talks about turning heartbreak into song, noting, “Coming from this place of hurt and devastation, and you manage to turn it into something you’re proud of?,” adding, “There’s nothing better than that.” Check out the trailer to the right.

Source: Olivia Rodrigo

Sounds like Ed Sheeran fans are going to be getting some new music sooner than they think.

While being interviewed by “The Project NZ” for his just announced tour Down Under, Ed was asked about giving all his albums titles that are mathematical symbols. When asked if the next release would be “-“ (a.k.a. “Minus”), he shared some rather big news.

“That’s not gonna be the next record I put out,” he said “I’ve got something else that’s a bit more of a curveball,” noting, “We’ve got the first thing of it dropping in 10 days.”

He went on to say, “I don’t think it’s gonna be a massive hit in New Zealand though, I’ve got to be honest,” noting, “It’s gonna be a big hit, somewhere else. When you hear it, you’ll understand.” 

Source: The Project NZ

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