The Weeknd sees children in his future

Welcome to PopCrush’s Daily Break! Here’s a breakdown of today’s hottest pop culture and lifestyle stories as heard on PopCrush Nights, which aired across the country. Check out The Weeknd’s family plans, DaBaby’s Too Small, Too Late Apology, and more, below.

The Weeknd sees children in his future

Singer The Weeknd says he’s determined to have children. He said GQ that even though he sometimes says he doesn’t want his own children and could have said the opposite in the past, he knows that inside he sees himself with children and that they will inspire him again more in his career. (Going through People)

Most people admit to having a backup Bae

In a recent poll, 62% of people in a relationship admitted to having someone else in mind as a backup. Half of those people said that this backup person is someone they’ve dated before. For those who are not in a relationship, two-thirds of people admitted to staying in contact with an ex during the pandemic. (via study findings)

Kathy Griffin tells fans she has lung cancer

Comedian Kathy Griffin took to Instagram to get real with her fans and explain her current diagnosis of lung cancer. She said doctors are optimistic that the cancer is in stage one and has not spread outside of her left lung. Griffin added that she was having surgery to remove part of her lung and finished her post encouraging people to go through routine checkups. (via TMZ)

Dolly Parton reveals investment in Whitney Houston cover royalties

Dolly Parton, the original writer of “I Will Always Love You”, famous by Whitney Houston, recently spoke to Andy Cohen on his show. Watch what is happening live. Parton revealed that the Houston cover made her $ 10 million, but she wasn’t greedy for the earnings. The money was invested in a bunch of stores and offices on 16th Avenue in Nashville. The area is inhabited primarily by black people, who Parton said were the people of Houston and his own. (via TMZ)

DaBaby apologizes for his homophobic speech

After being banned from upcoming music festivals, rapper DaBaby apologized to the LGBTQ + community for a homophobic rant he made on stage at Rolling Loud. He said he learned more about HIV / AIDS and wanted to apologize for his hurtful comments. (via TMZ)

Hayes Grier arrested for theft and assault

Former Vine star and Dancing with the stars competitor Hayes Grier was arrested for theft and assault. The 21-year-old allegedly stole a man’s cell phone in a violent attack Friday in Charlotte, North Carolina. (via envelope)

Frank Ocean to head Coachella 2023

Originally scheduled to perform at Coachella in 2020, Frank Ocean has revealed that he will be headlining the music festival in 2023. The festival was first moved from April 2020 to October 2020, and then until April 2021 after being completely canceled. Coachella co-founder Paul Tollett explained that he does his best to get things right for every artist. Travis Scott, Rage Against the Machine and a third artist, who has yet to be announced, are still set to headline for 2022 after initially booking the 2020 festival. People)

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