Britney Spears is back in the headlines this week with the announcement of her upcoming memoir called The Woman in Me.
The book is set to be released on October 24th and is available for preorder now. The memoir is marketed as being a story about a woman having the ability to tell her own story on her own terms and is a brave embodiment of freedom, fame, motherhood, survival, faith, and hope.
The Hallmark Channel also released exciting news this week: for the first time ever, fans have the ability to go on a Hallmark Christmas cruise aboard a Norwegian cruise ship!
They have yet to announce which actors from the network will be taking part, but the expectation is that there will be a handful of Hallmark actors aboard the ship and you will have opportunities to take photos with them (presumably for an additional cost) and watch panels with the actors as they dive into the behind the scenes of their films.
In addition, there will be fun Christmas activities like cookie decorating, ugly sweater contests, Hallmark Channel wine tastings, and Christmas “carol-oke”.
Check out the official website for more info!
If you’re a fan of the 12 season forensic phenomenon Bones starring Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz, there is hope for a revival!
This is one of my FAVORITE shows, so I was beyond excited to see this headline: Hart Hanson, the show’s creator, said that although nothing is in the works at the moment, there IS hope that there could be a revival of the show! He said that the cast has discussed it, and if the time ever is right (and both Deschanel and Boreanaz are available) it could definitely happen.
Lastly, pop rock group Fall Out Boy created a modern version of Billy Joel’s We Didn’t Start the Fire. They picked up in the year that Joel left off on in his song and added modern concepts to their version including things like self-driving cars, the Suez Canal, the Boston Marathon, Twilight, and many more!
Check the song out below!
See you back here next week – it’s going to be a big one with the two highly anticipated films, Barbie and Oppenheimer, opening in theaters one week from today!