Pink, Questlove, Charlie Puth, Michael Phelps and Jean Smart are among the stars who have shared posts promoting the COVID-19 vaccine in recent days.
"You gave your sister the drink with the reasoning that your wife had a site to buy more, then when she wants to buy more you're saying no?"
2009 was the year that West interrupted Taylor Swift's MTV Video Music Awards acceptance speech. Celebrities have posted in support of Pink's original tweet.
"Dresses won't make boys a girl or 'girly' any more than trousers make girls into boys," Francesca Cambridge Mallen told Newsweek.
She's staying with her older stepbrother in his house for two months while her parents are having their house renovated and will move back when it's done.
It was announced that Nicki Minaj will be the next recipient of the Michael Jackson Video Vanguard Award at the 2022 MTV Video Music Awards.
"So What" hitmaker was one of a number of pop stars to criticize the SCOTUS ruling.
Public figures have urged people to sign a Planned Parenthood petition against the law which effectively bans abortion after six weeks of pregnancy.
The R&B singer and songwriter also wrote that he would hold a performance on Instagram live.
The pop star revealed that she will donate to the Temple University hospital and Los Angeles' COVID-19 relief fund.
"There are years when blooms or populations of a jellyfish are high and there are also years when they are few or even almost absent," said Sheldon Rey Boco, who filmed the event.
The photo was taken by wildlife photographer Kristian Laine, who spotted the uniquely pigmented ray near Lady Elliot Island.
Pink grasshoppers rarely make it to adulthood as the coloring, caused by a condition called erythrism, makes them easy targets for predators.
Meanwhile, other celebrities shared emotional social media posts about the crisis.
While attending the Country Music Association Awards on Wednesday, Pink dubbed 2020 the "year of the family" and said she'd be taking a break from music at the end of 2019.
"I'm still massively in shock, just a bit gutted I missed the concert," said Denise Jones. "But I couldn't be any happier right now!"
"She came down the stairs and gave me a big, long hug."
After online outrage, Portnow has backed off his controversial statement that women in music need to "step up."