Ashton Kutcher testifies... Koffee and Govana remix Rapture... New Jonas Brothers' Album - Around the Entertainment Globe

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Missed some important entertainment happenings this week? No biggie: each week we'll recap some of the entertainment world's most awe-inspiring moments in an easy-to-read format. This is Around the Entertainment Globe. 
 
Koffee adds Govana to Rapture Remix
 
Remixes aren't always our favourite things, but we couldn't help but love this one! With stunning visuals and great lyrical add-ins by Govana what's not to like about the Rapture Remix featuring Govana? Somebody, quick, give [Koffee] di gold crown!
 
Ashton Kutcher testifies against a possible serial killer
 
And no, this isn't a movie plot line, guys. Just this week Ashton Kutcher, sporting an interesting moustache no less, testified in LA against a man dubbed the 'Hollywood Ripper'. Back in 2001 the movie and television star turned up at his date's door but got no answer, thought very little of it and left. In fact, Kutcher said because he showed up late and the door was locked he figured his date Ellerin had been upset and gone out instead with a friend. Nothing seemed wrong so he thought nothing of the red stains on the carpet he was able to observe from looking through the window - Ashton testified that he believed it was only red wine. The following morning the deceased was found by her roommate and it was discovered that she had been stabbed 47 times.
 
Camila Cabello drops new music with Mark Ronson
 
Remember Mark Ronson from that Bruno Mars song Uptown Funk? Well, the DJ, record producer and song-writer is back, and so is Camila Cabello! This chill, heartbreak synth pop song doesn't give us top spot on the Hot 100 vibes, but we're weirdly certain the song will grow on us and sneak into our playlists. The audio for Find U Again, featuring Camila Cabello was published on YouTube on May 30, and is available for streaming and download on various music platforms. At our last count it's already racked up 60,000 likes.
 
The Jonas Brothers chase happiness
 
As the Jonas Brothers continue to promote their upcoming documentary and album of similar titles, anticipation starts to reach a fever pitch. It's almost June, and the documentary, Chasing Happiness, which chronicles the brothers' former glory, feelings surrounding their initial break-up and their journey to getting the band back together, will be released exclusively on Amazon's video platform Amazon Prime Video, on June 4. Happiness Begins, the JoBros' fifth studio album but their first album release since 2013, will be released on June 7.
 
 
Bella Thorne and Mod Sun drama
 
Remember Bella Thorne, Disney's darling that starred alongside Zendaya in Shake It Up a few years back? She made headlines this week clapping back at an ex for joking about selling her stuff in an interview. Ironically Bella accused Mod Sun of bringing her up to try to stay relevant, when we wouldn't have even heard of this mess if she hadn't put him on blast. 
 
In this game of 'he said, she said' no one seems to be winning. The 32-year-old rapper claims that Bella has not picked up her personal items, but Bella claims he wouldn't let her. Mod Sun's response suggests Bella was trespassing when she attempted to collect her items and he was acting within reason by making her leave. As ridiculous as this tiff is starting to look, we can't help but be reminded of the saying 'All publicity is good publicity'. 

 

--Charlene Buchanan

 





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