If you’re anything like us, we see an interesting headline during our daily scroll—pause to read it—but then keep scrolling without reading the actual story. So at the end of each week, we’re rounding up all the buzziest, news-worthy headlines you might have missed. Think of it like the “saved” feature on Instagram but for news instead of aesthetically pleasing photos. Megan Thee Stallion and Reneé Rapp dropped a duo for the new Mean Girls remake, and Billie Eilish teases a new album—this is what you missed.
Megan Thee Stallion and Reneé Rapp Drop “Not My Fault”
Reneé Rapp (Regina George) and rap icon Megan Thee Stallion collaborated on the track “Not My Fault” for the Mean Girls remake soundtrack. The song samples the famous line from the original 2004 film and features Rapp’s “steal your girl” attitude. The film is set to release on Jan. 12, and you can listen to “Not My Fault” on the Mean Girls soundtrack.
Billie Eilish is Hinting at a New Album
Billie Eilish appeared on The Tonight Show, discussing her Grammy-nominated single “What Was I Made For?” and hinting at her nearly finished album. She shared the unexpected process of creating a song for Greta Gerwig’s Barbie movie, emphasizing the empowering experience. Eilish also teased her upcoming SNL appearance and confirmed there’s a new album in the final stages. We’ve been waiting way too long for new Billie music.
Nicki Minaj Announces 2024 Tour
Nicki Minaj has announced the Pink Friday 2 World Tour, starting in March in Oakland. The North American leg includes performances at Rolling Loud California and Dreamville Festival, concluding in Austin, Texas, in May. In late May, Minaj will embark on the European leg. The tour follows the release of her album, Pink Friday 2, featuring collaborations with artists like Drake, Lil Wayne, J. Cole, and Future. If you haven’t listened yet, I suggest you go do that.
Luke Combs Loves His Fans
Luke Combs responded to a lawsuit involving a Florida woman, Nicol Harness, who was ordered to pay him $250,000 for selling tumblers with his image. Combs clarified that his team targets large corporations involved in counterfeiting, not individual fans like Harness. Despite the legal ruling, Combs sent Harness $11,000 to help with medical bills and frozen funds, expressing his regret over the situation. He announced plans to sell his own tumblers, with proceeds supporting Harness and her family. What a kind soul.