Our favorite entertainers and celebrities are busy these days. Good thing they leave nothing back on social media. Here’s what they’re up to today…
1. Jon Bon Jovi has joined Tik Tok, and he’s using it to promote his Hampton Water wine. In one video, he set up bottles of the wine on his lawn and “performed” “Livin’ on a Prayer” for them.
2. Jessica Alba and her 12-year-old daughter Honor are spending the quarantine filming whispering ASMR videos together. In one, they eat açaí bowls. (The other woman is Jessica’s friend Lizzy Mathis.)
3. Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly are now Instagram Official!
4. Patrick Wilson’s wife posted a photo of him cooking while shirtless. She captioned it, quote, “I don’t mind it. The ’90s era Leo DiCaprio headband look, the cooking dinner whilst shirtless. I mean the world is a dumpster on fire . . . but I don’t mind walking into the kitchen and seeing this. Like, it helps.”
I don’t mind it. The 90s era Leo Dicarpio headband look, the cooking dinner whilst shirtless. I mean the world is a dumpster on fire & this country holy shit & the president what they fuck – but I don’t mind walking into kitchen & seeing this. Like, it helps. @patrickwilson73 pic.twitter.com/lOixa98hyI
— Dagmara Dominczyk (@Dagword) July 25, 2020
5. The Internet is calling out Jonah Hill for STILL carrying his iced coffees by the top brim . . . even though he was once caught DROPPING his coffee because he was holding it that way.
inspiring that jonah hill still carries coffee like this, he hasn’t learned from the incident, thus he is an everyman ❤️ pic.twitter.com/dE9iJxAal2
— jocelyn (@deadlilbird) July 27, 2020
6. Twitter placed Donald Trump Jr. in a 12-hour “time out” because he kept posting fake news about COVID-19. There were rumors that he was BANNED, but Twitter said that’s NOT the case . . . they just suspended his account temporarily, because posting misinformation is against their rules.
This account has not been permanently suspended. Per the screenshot, the Tweet requires deletion because it violates our rules (sharing misinformation on COVID-19), and the account will have limited functionality for 12 hours. More in our rules: https://t.co/0wHWVV5QS4 https://t.co/0gq7rlaNw7
— Twitter Comms (@TwitterComms) July 28, 2020