What all the celebs are up to on social, from A to Z listers.
In our gossip column, we indulge our nosiest desires and delve deep into what the celebs (and ‘celebs’) are doing on social media. Who’s tweeting and deleting? Who’s shady faving? Let’s find out.
THERE WAS A CLUELESS REUNION. This is not a drill!
Alicia Silverstone (Cher), Paul Rudd (Josh), Donald Faison (Murray) and Breckin Meyer (Travis) were all together for a panel at a convention over the weekend, and blessed us with this group selfie:
We are totally buggin’. They all look fantastic.
Breckin shared a photo of him, Alicia and Donald all tuckered out after a day of catching up:
Love it. Love them. Love this film so much. Can we watch it this evening? We’re gonna.
Zayn Malik had fans a bit worried over the weekend after he tweeted and deleted something about “being a shit person”.
On Saturday, he posted this seemingly half-finished thought:
“I’d like to apologise for basically being a shit person,” he said, leaving fans in a bit of a tizzy. What happened? Did someone hurt him (or did he hurt someone)? Why is he announcing this to the world?
The tweet was quickly deleted, and his next tweet posted the following day gave a tiny insight into what was going on:
Currently 😃 happy, could be happier. Thanks for all the love and thoughts yesterday just had a vent ha x
— zayn (@zaynmalik) March 24, 2019
“Just had a vent ha.” Sure did. This is what we used to do on Bebo in 2004 when we wanted some attention.
Dr Dre had a cheeky pop at the celebrities involved in the US college admissions scandal.
Sharing a photo of her daughter with her University of Southern California acceptance letter, the rapper wrote:
My daughter got accepted into USC all on her own. No jail time!
However, things soon turned sour when commenters pointed out that Dre and fellow producer Jimmy Iovine had made a $70m donation to the school back in 2013, establishing the Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology, and Business of Innovation. You know, the traditional way of ensuring your offspring gets into college.
Dre deleted the post a few hours later. Rich people really don’t get it, do they.
Charting the public’s obsession with what Holly Willoughby is wearing.
This morning on This Morning, Holly wore a clashing patchwork-style dress, a garment we’d expect to be too interesting or ‘out there’ for her rather straight-laced followers. We were correct. “Looks like left over fabric stitched together,” says @louisehethers64. “What a horrid dress… old-fashioned look,” opined @gailshaw40.
Please, let her show up one day in something completely bonkers. Then they’d long for the days of the patchwork Reiss dress.