Ariana Grande’s Saturday Night Reside hosting debut went more than exceptionally nicely last weekend, thanks to her spot-on celebrity impressions, impressive comedic timing, and dazzling musical performances. In reality, the episode was so packed with hit segments, that not each bit produced the final cut — and judging by the newly surfaced vid of one particular of those sketches, that is in fact a truly, actually great point.
In the bizarre sketch, Ari invites two clueless co-workers, JoJo (Kyle Mooney) and BoBo (Beck Bennett), to her property for a March Madness celebration. A series of increasingly insane inquiries comply with, as the two dudes do not know when to arrive (now?), what to put on (ponchos?), or what to bring (nails and frogs?).
You may possibly muster a chuckle… but that may only be because of the moment Ari adorably almost breaks character. In addition to that, this 1 was possibly ideal left on the cutting space floor.
Right after Kesha’s recording contract with Dr. Luke was upheld in court on Friday, a number of celebrities have taken to social media to rally behind her.
The New York Supreme Court denied an injunction that would stop Dr. Luke — whom Kesha claims drugged, raped, and emotionally abused her — from interfering ought to she sign with another label. The decision effectively keeps the 28-year-old singer contractually obligated to Sony Music Entertainment.
During Halsey’s sold-out show in Glasgow on Friday night, she dedicated her empowering Badlands anthem “Hold Me Down” to Kesha, yelling, “To Kesha Rose!” prior to launching into the song.
“to kesha rose” Hold Me Down @halsey pic.twitter.com/O4OSdNHLcB
— bex ✨ (@heartofsmine) February 20, 2016
According to Genius, Halsey after explained the meaning behind “Hold Me Down” at a 2015 show, saying, “This song is a reminder that no matter how modest you are or how modest men and women may make you appear, you should by no means let something hold you down.”
Earlier in the day, Halsey tweeted about the “toxicity” of Kesha becoming forced to perform with her alleged abuser.
Disgusted by anybody in power positions abusing their authority. My heart breaks for Kesha and all people affected by this toxicity. Fuck.
— HALSEY (@halsey) February 19, 2016
I don’t even know what I would do… I only hope she can discover peace and locate a way to continue to develop express herself without fear.
— HALSEY (@halsey) February 19, 2016
Her sentiments were echoed by Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande, Lorde, and far more musical peers who expressed their disappointment and provided effectively wishes for Kesha.
There are people all over the world who really like you @KeshaRose. And I can say really I am in awe of your bravery.
— Lady Gaga (@ladygaga) February 19, 2016
My thoughts are with @KeshaRose nowadays. I am sorry you’ve had to endure this knowledge.
— lily (@lilyallen) February 19, 2016
My heart is with @KeshaRose.
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) February 19, 2016
standing with @KeshaRose by means of this traumatic, deeply unfair time. send great vibes her way everyone
— Lorde (@lorde) February 19, 2016
the reality that kesha has to decide on to either freely make music or keep away from the person who abused her is outrageous and degrading #freekesha
— bea (@BeaMiller) February 19, 2016
genuinely disappointing to hear about this kesha case. no a single should be denied freedom from their abuser, nor freedom of their creativity.
— ac (@alessiacara) February 19, 2016
Im not accusing any individual of anything, but i believe Kesha deserves the potential to move forward, create and earn a living.
— IGGY AZALEA (@IGGYAZALEA) February 20, 2016
I send you adore ❤️ @KeshaRose
— Sara Bareilles (@SaraBareilles) February 19, 2016
If you don’t see why this Kesha situation is a huge deal, you’re element of the dilemma. This is specifically why I speak up the way I do #FreeKesha
— Greatest Coast (@BestCoast) February 19, 2016
Trying two not say something since I can’t say something nice about a person… so this is me not speaking about Dr. Luke https://t.co/lLhtUHbmgG
— Kelly Clarkson (@kelly_clarkson) February 19, 2016
I don’t know all the details, of course, but the bottom line is: it is a terrible feeling to not personal your voice/ be able to release music.
Surprise! Ariana Grande lowkey released her second fragrance last weekend. The great news is that you don’t have to deal with the weeks of anticipation like you did with her final 1, Ari. The even much better news is that this one is gender inclusive.
The restricted edition scent — Frankie, named following Ariana’s older brother — is meant to be worn by both guys and women. The cubic bottle comes in two colors, a metallic silver and pink, though neither are made for one particular particular gender.
Frankie isn’t the initial unisex fragrance to hit the market. Calvin Klein’s CK 1 dates all the way back to 1994, and because then, designers like Tom Ford have followed suit. Still, getting an individual like Ari release her own genderless fragrance promotes the idea of equality in a new way to a new generation. And the truth that it smells very good doesn’t hurt either.