Written by on October 30, 2020

Saturday night’s Halloween is extra-special. It will be a full moon. Truly a blue moon, which is the second full moon of the month. And Halloween extends an extra hour because we “fall back” to standard time.

Ariana Grande’s sixth studio album, Positions, is streaming now. The first track, “34 + 35” is just as raunchy as you supposed it might be. Those numbers add up to 69 …. NICE.

Paris Jackson released a song under the radar the same night as Ariana Grande. “Let Down” is the first track of Paris Jackson’s debut album, Wilted, which was influenced by the breakup with her SoundFlowers bandmate. (Showbiz 411)

The second season of the Mandalorian is streaming now at Disney-Plus. For $70 you can purchase a plush, baby Yoda toy at the Shop Disney website.

Possible trouble in paradise for Tiffany Haddish, who is currently making a movie in Europe. Her boyfriend, Common, has unfollowed Tiffany on Instagram. That’s never a good sign. (Hot New Hip Hop)

Jeff Bridges gave a health update with a photo taken in the hospital. The actor said (quote) “This cancer thing is bringing on feelings of preciousness, and gratitude, and good old fashion love, and lots of it, big time. I’m feeling so much of it comin’ my way. It’s contagious, all this love, like some kind of positive virus.” (Just Jared

Sacha Baron Cohen donated $100,000 to an unlikely star of his Borat sequel streaming at Amazon Prime. The grandmotherly babysitter Jeanise Jones was paid less than $4000 to appear in a movie she thought would never play in the United States. A GoFundMe collected an additional $130,000 for Jeanise. The donation from Cohen will be distributed to charities in Oklahoma City with the help of Ebenezer Baptist Church (People)

Gwyneth Paltrow declared marijuana a “hero ingredient of the future.” She’s invested in a cannabis-infused beverage maker, Cann. Their CEO said (quote) “When people think of Gwyneth Paltrow, they don’t think of ‘weed.’ Her endorsement signals that micro-dose beverages are a viable pain remedy.” Legal marijuana is on the ballot next week in five states: New Jersey, Arizona, Montana, South Dakota and Mississippi. (CNBC)

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