In Wednesday's Hollywood headlines, people can't believe how the Kardashians are still filming their reality show during a pandemic, Grammy-nominated singer Sia talks being a new mom to 19-year-old adopted boys and a famous face is literally praying for Kristin Cavallari to rejoin 'The Hills: New Beginnings' as NBC prepares for a unique version of its sixth annual Red Nose Day special.
Sia might not show her face, but she wears her heart on her sleeve when it comes to her two adopted sons.
She shared with Sirius XM that the boys, who are now both 19 years old, were 18 when they officially became a family last year.
She adopted them just as they were about to age out of the foster care system.
The nine-time Grammy nominated singer also said that like so many of us, her teenage sons are having a hard time adjusting to life during the Coronavirus, but that they're keeping busy doing educational things.
As for Sia, she's loving being a mom and says she's decided to be single for the rest of her life because she's too busy for a relationship.
Kristin Cavallari is about to be single again, after announcing three weeks ago that she and Jay Cutler had decided to divorce.
That has Spencer Pratt praying that she's feeling nostalgic.
With the end of her marriage comes the end of her television series, ‘Very Cavallari.' ending, and Spencer literally prayed on his Instagram story on Wednesday that she returns to 'The Hills' reboot.
It looks like 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' will be returning with more of season 18, as scheduled in September, because pandemic or no pandemic, nothing is stopping the famous from filming their reality TV show.
Since it's not safe to have all of the usual cast and crew on set, Momager Kris Jenner and their production team came up with an idea to outsmart the pandemic.
The new episodes are about to get more intimate than we ever imagined, because the plan includes the family basically recording the rest of this season on their own individual iPhones, selfie style, according to E News.
They all collectively record about 16 hours of footage for each episode, but obviously some family members send back more video than others.
Because of the sheer volume of recordings, each Kardashian-Jenner has to swap out their phone for a new one every week so the editors can get the footage.
That is, unless you’re Kim or Khloe, who each hired a select few people to wear hazmat-style suits and set up lighting and 'phone friendly tripods' in their homes.
NBC is also tweaking its sixth annual Red Nose Day special to meet the new demands of the COVID-19 erea.
In the three-hour event airing tomorrow on NBC 3 in Cleveland at 8 pm Eastern, celebrities will take on Jack Black's ‘Celebrity Escape Room.'
Lisa Cudrow, Courteney Cox, Ben Stiller and Adam Scott will try to get out for a good cause. They have to work together to decipher clues and solve puzzles, and room they complete raises more money to help children living in poverty.