Here’s All the Culture News You Missed This Week

The Pussycat Dolls secreted a brand-new single It’s been a long, long hiatus since The Pussycat Dolls’ 2008 album Doll Domination, but the band is back over a decade later with a brand new single titled “React.” “Returning to the Dolls has been a ended 180 that has brought back all the good and hoisted our work to another level, ” lead singer Nicole Scherzinger said in a statement. “We are women who are on the other side of a lot of life experiences — it has given us so much better perspective and rise. And then being able to release our music independently at this moment in time feels incredibly empowering.” Watch the video–complete with their iconic radical choreography–for the brand-new single below.

Matthew Perry affiliated Instagram Well, the sixth Friend caved and now they’re all on Instagram. This week, Lisa Kudrow shared the joyou story by post a throwback of her and Perry from a decades-old showbiz event.” Ultimately !!! Yay !! Can’t speculate my looks MY EYES. Welcome to Instagram @ mattyperry4 # friendsforlife” she captioned the photo. Jennifer Aniston too was engaged in, sharing a photo of her own, with a caption that served as a gesture to one of the best episodes of Friends:” I’m shocked Matty is the last to join Instagram, considering he was a uh … umm….oh crap [?] Oh! A computer processing TRANSPONSTER. #FBF”

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Finally !!! Yay !! Can’t belief my sees MY EYES Welcome to Instagram @mattyperry4 #friendsforlife

A post shared by Lisa Kudrow (@ lisakudrow) on Feb 6, 2020 at 9:07 am PST

Jessica Simpson exhausted a memoir In a memoir that came out on February 4, popstar Jessica Simpson lays bare the truth of their own lives in the spotlight. Titled Open Book, the autobiography strokes on personal details such as the sexual abuse she suffered at the age of six, her marriage to Nick Lachey, her strives with mas persona and her on-off relationship with John Mayer. In an excerpt from the book’s prologue, published in Glamour, she writes,” Maxi[ her daughter] is one of the reasons I am writing this book. It’s also a commitment I’ve made to you, though it’s hard-handed sometimes to look back on some moments in my life that I spent years, okay, decades, trying to forget. For me, sitting down now with a piece of paper and a pen is like, “Hello, ego! What are we gonna confront tonight? ””

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Passed a Hudson News in the airport, learnt my journal, freaked out, and had to buy it! Feeling so consecrated. Thanks to everyone who came out to support me in NYC. I enjoy y’all! Dallas- I’m coming for you! #OpenBook

A post shared by Jessica Simpson (@ jessicasimpson) on Feb 7, 2020 at 6:49 am PST

Jameela Jamil came out as fag After facing intense backlash when it was announced that she would be one of the judges on HBO’s upcoming world streaks about voguing and ballroom culture, which has historically been led by queer people of colour, actress Jameela Jamil came out as gay on Twitter.” I supplemented a rainbow to my word when I felt ready a couple of years ago, as it’s not easy within the south Asian society to be approved, and I always rebutted honestly if ever straight up asked about it on Twitter ,” she wrote in a lengthy pole.” But I preserved it low-grade because I was scared of the aching of being accused of performative bandwagon rushing, over something that justification me a lot of disorder, dread and agitation when I was a little girl .” She went on to add:” I know that being lesbian doesn’t characterize me as ballroom. But I have liberty and superpower and a large following to bring this show( as does the absolutely iconic Megan Thee Stallion) and its beautiful contenders and ballroom multitudes .” YcB6H 7YCT0

— Jameela Jamil (@ jameelajamil) February 5, 2020

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