I think that when the clock struck 12 midnight on January 1 everyone should have grabbed a stick of sage and burned it all day as to not welcome any foolishness into 2021. And then January 6th came, causing all of the sage in the world to snicker at our fuckery. Well, in the event there’s another planet we can all collectively ruin we’ll need guidance from the original Tik Tok-er Kesha, whose New Year’s resolution is apparently to become the Jeanne Dixon of alien summoning since her latest hobby includes looking beyond the stars to invite E.T. and all of his homies down for some cocktails and conversation. And the idea all started after a talk with “Cashing in on Chaos” Queen Demi Lovato.
Demi Lovato Got Backlash For Saying She’s Putting Out New Music Inspired By The Attack On The Capitol
The Huffington Post has some big news for all of you who heard Demi Lovato‘s political hit-job, Commander In Chief, and wanted another one. as Trump supporters attempted a coup at the Capitol on Wednesday, Demi hit up Twitter to let us know that she’s both horrified and inspired. Not only was she already in the studio, but she was also about to put pen to paper and let us have another moving piece of musical political theatre to save America. Some responded with, “We didn’t ask for this.”
A couple of days ago I surmised that perhaps we’ve heard the last of Demi Lovato’s ex-fiancé Max Ehrich. Big mistake. HUGE. He’s back to his stunt queen tricks. And this time, he’s got company. Lady company! Not that American Idol contestant from last month. Nope, this is 21-year-old “singer” Mariah Angeliq. Congrats, girl. You got your name bolded on Dlisted. Max took Mariah to his very special hideaway: the beach. It’s where he proposed to Demi, it’s where he publicly grieved after their split, it’s probably where he does his taxes. Well, as long as the paps are present to capture these very private moments.
Last night Demi Lovato hosted the 2020 People’s Choice Awards, surrounded by a virtual audience of People’s Choice “superfans” who laughed and cheered after every sentence of her awkwardly paced opening monologue. It was some dystopian Panem shit. “Now, children, make sure you cheer nice and big for President Snow, or you’ll be sent to the Hunger Games and hunted down like rats!” In the monologue, Demi discussed how she spent her quarantine, and joked about her broken engagement to Max Ehrich. Errr, actually, “joke” is a strong word. She referenced it.
Ah, the Monday after Halloween. Every year it’s the same. The fun’s been had and all we have left are the memories of slutty vampires (like Demi Lovato, seen above) and, as is the case this year, even sluttier Tiger Kings, to break up the monotony of a long, dark fall. This year especially, there is literally nothing going on between now and Thanksgiving to distract us. NOT ONE THING! So let’s relive the excitement of the weekend before the mundanity of tomorrow saps us of every chilling thrill and thrilling chill the season has to offer. Because, like I said, it’s gonna be nothing but luke-warm Pumpkin Spice lattes for excitement for the foreseeable future. So here’s a roundup of what some of the notable Halloween costumes of 2020. Let’s look over there, shall we?
Much to Max Ehrich’s chagrin, Demi Lovato didn’t spend last night weeping alone on her bed after learning that he was papped out and about with a new lady. Demi had better things to do, like perform her latest song, “Commander in Chief” at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards. As you may have already figured from the title, Demi gets political and sings about an unnamed Commander in Chief, who sounds like kind of an asshole (hmmm, whoever could that be?). But NBC didn’t feel like letting Demi get as political as she wanted, and they quickly cut away from a giant on-screen message encouraging viewers to vote.