The Sauce, With Sos 5/17/22

Did Jack Harlow Slam the Door on Elle King at the Billboard Awards?

Elle King's duet with Miranda Lambert was one of the highlights of Sunday's Billboard Music Awards. But behind the scenes, Elle wasn't feeling the love.

In an Instagram post, she said, quote, "Jack Harlow shut his dressing room door when I passed by in my wheelchair and said hi." She used the wheelchair backstage due to a sprained ankle.

 A source close to Jack says it didn't happen that way. Quote, "He definitely said hi to her, and it was just time for him to get dressed to walk on stage, so someone else on the team closed the door.

 "I think the timing was coincidental. He definitely said hi."

 (Page Six)

Kim Kardashian Among This Year's "SI" Swimsuit Cover Models

Congratulations are in order for Kim Kardashian. She, along with Ciara, Maye Musk, and music artist Yumi Nu will grace the cover of this year’s “Sports Illustrated” Swimsuit Issue. She rocked a nude-colored suit with matching arm length gloves from her own SKIMS brand for the cover.

Pete Davidson’s love interest joins a long list of A-listers who’ve landed the cover, including Beyoncé, Kate Upton, Heidi Klum, Cheryl Tiegs, and Tyra Banks.

Other notables in the 2022 edition of the magazine include the visibly pregnant model Katrina Scott, and WNBA players Sue Bird, Breanna Stewart, Te’a Cooper, Nneka Ogwumike, and DiDi Richards. The issue hits newsstand on Thursday.

Source: TMZ

Selena Gomez Teaming With First Lady Jill Biden For Youth Mental Health Event

Selena Gomez continues to do all she can to promote mental health awareness, and now she’s teaming with First Lady Jill Biden to get the message out. 

The singer and the First Lady are coming together for a special White House event regarding youth mental health. The Youth Mental Health Action Forum is happening tomorrow and aims to “drive culture from awareness to action on mental health through storytelling and media.” 

In addition to Selena and the First Lady, the event will feature policy adviser Susan Rice, Surgeon General Vivek Murthy and more than 30 activists and creators.

Source: The Hill

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