Endnotes: Ariana Grande Fangirls After Performing With Barbra Streisand and More!

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Ariana Grande and Barbra Streisand
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Popstar Ariana Grande experienced a major full-circle moment Tuesday night (August 06, 2019).

After an incredible year that has already seen her win her first Grammy, accomplish a feat last set by the Beatles, and release one of 2019's bestselling albums, Grande's dreams came true as she performed with the legendary Barbra Streisand.

The two performed “No More Tears (Enough Is Enough),” the 1979 No. 1 duet that originally also featured Donna Summer, during the Chicago stop of Streisand's tour at the United Center.

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Read more at BuzzFeed News.

Say hello to the first trailer for the Beverly Hills: 90210 reboot is here! WATCH now! — OMG BLOG

I know you’ve all been waiting on an update to one of the most hard-hitting news stories in this extremely volatile historical moment we’re experiencing as a people. I know times may seem dark, and we may be completely divided, but don’t worry guys: Dakota Johnson‘s tooth gap will return. — Dlisted

Gwyneth Paltrow is moving in with her husband, a year after their wedding. — Celebitchy

“(Our Love) Don't Throw It All Away” by Barbra Streisand and Andy Gibb brings back the memories. Take a listen. — Kenneth in the 212

Hall of Famer Lenny Dykstra claims that his ex BFF Charlie Sheen is gay and “fooled the public forever that he uh likes women.” — Evil Beet Gossip

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady told Men’s Health that he was upset when one of his sons decided that he didn’t want to play sports like his dad. And now he’s learned his lesson. — Towleroad

I cannot wait for The Politician.

If you're fed up with remakes, you're not likely to be pleased with Disney‘s plans to take on Netflix. But if you'd like to see an unsupervised child fend off a home invasion for the sixth time in 29 years, you're in luck.

In an earnings call Tuesday, Disney CEO Bob Iger announced that the company plans to reboot Home Alone — a franchise it scooped up after its $71.3 billion acquisition of 20th Century Fox — for its upcoming streaming service, Disney+.

“We're also focused on leveraging Fox's vast library of great titles to further enrich the content mix on our [direct-to-consumer] platforms,” Iger said on the call, during which he also revealed plans to reboot Fox franchises Night at the Museum, Diary of a Wimpy Kid and Cheaper by the Dozen for “a new generation.”

Read more at NBC News.

This is how Macaulay Culkin feels about it:

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