Chuck Berry died on Saturday at the age of 90.  He was a rock 'n' roll pioneer who was best known for songs like "Roll Over Beethoven" and "Johnny B. Goode", and for influencing The Beatles and The Rolling Stones. 


Selena Gomez wants to make sure that nobody else can make money off her name. TMZ reports that Selena has filed legal documents to secure the rights to her name for an upcoming jewelry line.

But that’s not all, the docs want to trademark the name so no one else can use it to make TV or movie appearances, or release music with her name. She also wants the rights to the name Selena Gomez “fan club services.” 

A public memorial is being held for Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher. One of the highlights will be the unveiling of an original song by James Blunt that he wrote to honor the ladies. If you can’t attend Saturday’s memorial, you can watch a live stream on Debbie’s official website:  DebbieReynolds.com

Demi Lovato recently celebrated five years of sobriety and she decided to mark the big day by giving back.

Over the weekend, Demi donated $5,000 to the Ace of Hearts animal rescue, and personally delivered the check to owner Kari Whitman. She reportedly told Kari that she was spending the day “giving back” as a way to celebrate her sobriety, and Ace of Hearts was her first donation.

Drake finally dropped his “More Life” playlist over the weekend, and now we know that Jennifer Lopez was really on his mind during the process of making it. 

On the opening track, “Free Smoke,” Drake said, “I drunk text J-Lo/Old number, so it bounce back.” He apparently doesn’t have her current number. Did she ghost him and change her number? Did she block him after those cheating rumors? OH and by the way, Drake sampled JLo's 1999 debut single, “If You Had My Love” (which is about cheating) on his “Teenage Fever.” 

The killer is that J-Lo is NOT one of the featured artists on “More Life.” She was supposed to be on “Get it Together,” but he replaced her vocals with those of the up-and-coming British singer, Jorja Smith.