Iconic rocker Ozzy Osbourne makes history on the Billboard Hot 100 (dated Sept. 21), ending the longest break between top 10 hits in the chart's archives. As previously reported, Osbourne debuts at No. 8 as featured, with Travis Scott, on Post Malone's "Take What You Want." The song marks Osbourne's first top 10 in more than 30 years. The track appears on Post Malone's new LP Hollywood's Bleeding, which launches at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.
Olivia Newton-John finds relief from the pain of stage 4 breast cancer with cannabis grown at home by her husband. The Physical singer was first diagnosed with the disease in 1992, and beat it, but the cancer returned and metastasized to her lower back in 2017. Now Olivia, 70, is relying on husband John Easterling, a natural health practitioner, to help her overcome the illness again, with the Australian star taking advantage of marijuana's legalization in California to grow the herbal medicinal remedy on their ranch property outside Los Angeles. “I decided I would use everything I could to get stronger,” she tells People magazine. “My husband hands me all these herbs every morning and makes me a green algae drink. He grows the (marijuana) plants and makes them into liquid for me. I take drops maybe four to five times a day.” Olivia admits she was “a little nervous” to use the drug initially, but admits her pain decreased as she took it. “It has helped incredibly with pain maintenance and sleep," she shares. Olivia's daughter Chloe has also embraced cannabis culture and runs a weed farm in Oregon, a state where the herb is also legalized. “It’s an amazing plant, a maligned plant, but it’s helping so many people," the Grease star insists. In addition to curative natural treatments like cannabis, Olivia has received radiation care at her Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre in Melbourne, Australia, and she keeps up a positive mindset through daily meditation. “The first time I had breast cancer in 1992, I had a transcendental meditation teacher come and give me a mantra, and Deepak Chopra, who was a friend, gave me a mantra," she recalls. "I pray. I meditate. I manage to find stillness just being in nature or playing with my dog or going down and playing with my little mini horses or chickens. I love animals. I find calmness in that." Olivia opens up even further about her pathway to wellness in her new memoir, Don't Stop Believin', which will be released on 12 March (19).
Katy Perry finally explains why she finally decided to address her feud with Taylor Swift during a May appearance on The Late Late Show. "Well, James Corden makes me and the whole world feel very safe. No one has asked me about my side of the story," she says, "and there are three sides of every story: one, two and the truth." Perry says she finally reached a breaking point with Swift, who has not spoken out since the interview. "Things irritate me. I wish that I could turn the other cheek every single time, but I'm also not a pushover, you know? Especially when someone tries to assassinate my character with little girls," she explains. "That's so messed up!" And even though Swift hired Perry's longtime collaborator Max Martin to co-write the diss track "Bad Blood," the "Bon Appétit " singer doesn't hold any grudges against the popular music producer. "I'm not supposed to tell him what he can and can't do. I'm very fair; I'm super-duper fair and I'm not one of those people who's like, 'You can't do that because I don't like that person,'" she tells sources. "You do you. Make your own choices...I'm not his mother."
Cardi B might be having a baby girl -- and she's already pretty feisty! The "Bartier Cardi" rapper hinted at the sex of her baby at the 2018 Met Gala in New York City on Monday. "Oh, she wants to fight me!" Cardi said when asked about her baby kicking -- using "she" instead of "he" -- on the red carpet. "[My dress weighs] about 35 pounds plus baby. It's OK though, I used to go up the project stairs." The 25-year-old rapper, who confirmed she was expecting her first child with Offset during her April appearance on Saturday Night Live, also referred to her baby as a girl in a pre-Met Gala interview with The New York Times. "Shorty weighs three and a half pounds. She do!” Cardi shared. "She do weigh three and a half pounds." "That’s pretty good for seven months, right?" she asked, looking around. "Because I was born five pounds." Cardi isn't the only one who has hinted at the sex of her baby. In a since-deleted Instagram caption last month, Cardi's sister, Hennessy Carolina, wrote: "I use to wish I was older than you just so I wouldve gotten the chance to carry you and give you kisses when you were a baby because you were so cute and adorable! and NOW that ur baby is coming its like it’s coming true! I’m going to be able to hold baby you and give her all the kisses and hugs!"