Spoke too soon, it’s Jenny without the rock
Friends, if you recall a few weeks ago I wrote about how Jennifer Lopez, JLO, is still Jenny with the rock. I spoke too soon, her and Alex Rodriguez, A-Rod, officially called off their engagement on April 15.
The pair released an official statement on the “TODAY Show,” where they announced their split stating, “they’re better as friends.”
Rumors began swirling after JLO posted images from the set of her movie, “Shotgun Wedding,” where she was not wearing her engagement ring, and fans began speculating of her relationship status.
Keeping up with the (potential) California governor, Caitlyn Jenner
Former Olympian and reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner announced on her twitter she would be running in the election for California governor in a potential recall election against Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Jenner, who supported Trump in 2016 and is a known Republican, confirmed she would be running as a “socially liberal, fiscally conservative” candidate. While her official staff hasn’t been announced, former Trump officials including campaign manager Brad Parscale and pollster Tony Fabrizio have shown support for Jenner’s campaign.
Speculation arises that the Jenner-Kardashian family are not going to support Jenner because of political differences, but one can oly await for this political run to make its way into a limited series now that “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” is moving to Hulu, away from E! News.
“Maldita Pobreza” strikes Bad Bunny fans with Ticketmaster tour prices
Bad Bunny fans logged onto Ticketmaster for Bad Bunny’s “El Último Tour Del Mundo” tour on April 15, only to be met with a crashing website, hours of waiting, and the wrath of resellers.
The tour, set to begin in 2022, went on presale where fans were able to buy tickets at around $59 to $270. Tickets were going fast and as fans waited in the virtual queue, Ticketmaster released more dates because of the high demand, including three dates at Allstate Arena from March 10, to March 12.
However, resellers purchased plenty of tickets at face value and began reselling them at inflated price points with tickets that originally cost $99 going for over $7,000 in the 200’s section of Allstate Arena.
As a result of this inflation when it was time for the general sale Ticketmaster increased the value of the standard admissions tickets from an average $79 to $189 for the 200’s section and released their platinum seats charging over $1,000 in the same 200 section where they have $189 tickets.
Fans have complained to Ticketmaster for inflating their standard and platinum tickets and asking for there to be restrictions on price gouging from resellers, but Ticketmaster has not answered.