When Caitlyn Jenner is not too busy being a fashion trailblazer, she’s giving back to the LGBTQIA community in touching, palpable ways. It was reported last month that the former Olympian passed out condoms during NYC Pride Week. And now we have video evidence of Caitlyn being a casual charitable goddess.
We are devastated to report that a gunman in Lafayette, Louisiana opened fire in a movie theater during a screening of Trainwreck, killing three (including the shooter) and injuring nine. The film’s star Amy Schumer responded to the tragedy on Twitter. [Twitter]
My heart is broken and all my thoughts and prayers are with everyone in Louisiana.
Nicki Minaj performed on Good Morning America’s Summer Concert Series this morning. Before hitting the stage, she addressed the Twitter/VMA/Taylor Swift craziness that went down earlier this week. “We’re all good,” she said. “I spoke to Taylor Swift yesterday on the phone. She was super, super sweet and she apologized. She said, ’Look, you know I didn’t understand the big picture of what you were saying, but now I get it, so we’re all good.'” [E! Online]
Keeping it in the family! Angelina Jolie has signed on to direct and produce a Netflix film based on Loung Ung’s memoir First They Killed My Father: A Daughter of Cambodia Remembers, and her son Maddox will help out with production. [International Business Times]
Kylie Jenner officially graduated high school, y’all! (Yep, a friendly reminder that she’s actually a child.) And how did her famous family celebrate? By throwing her a surprise, star-studded party, of course! Ryan Seacrest and supermodel Gigi Hadid were in attendance, among others. Um, where was our invitation? [Us Weekly]
He’s a free man! Chris Brown is finally leaving the Philippines after being stuck there for three days. After Chris canceled a New Year’s Eve gig in the country, a corporation filed a fraud lawsuit against him. This kept Chris in Philippine limbo when he entered the country again Tuesday to do a concert in Manila. [Associated Press]