Fans Were Hoping That Kendall Jenner’s Love Letter Was From Harry Styles — Morning Brief
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Kendall Jenner posted a romantic handwritten note from a mystery suitor on her Instagram Story on Monday, and fans immediately thought that the letter was from Harry Styles. Sadly, it was not. Jenner revealed the true author on Tuesday, as she posted the full letter signed M & M. She added the comment, “Nice try, my secret admirer’s actually @mertalas and @macpiggott.”
Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott are fashion photographers who have worked for magazines like Vogue and Interview, and brands like Dior, Louis Vuitton, and many others.
Miley Cyrus is venturing back to Hip Hop. Cyrus revealed that she’s working with Mike Will Made-It, the executive producer of 2013’s Bangerz, again on her upcoming album. “We’ve got songs with Mike Will that lean more hip-hop and songs with Andrew Wyatt that lean more pop/alternative,” Miley said. “I just have kind of everything.”
Yup, Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas are definitely enjoying wedded bliss.
BTS is fine. No need to panic! BTS is safe and sound after getting into a minor multi-car fender bender while touring in Taiwan. “On their way back to the hotel after the Taiwan show, there was [a] slight collision between the artists’ cars,” Big Hit Entertainment said in a statement provided to Billboard. “None of the members were injured and returned back to hotel safely, and there’s no changes to the upcoming schedules.”
Kelly Ripa shows that she has a fun sense of humor with her new family Christmas card. The card doesn’t feature Ripa or their kids. Instead, the couple’s card hilariously stars Mark Conseulos with his Riverdale family, including his TV wife, Marisol Nichols, and TV daughter, Camila Mendes.
A headline featuring a very unfortunate typo about Julia Roberts has gone viral. The headline read, “Julia Roberts Finds Life And Her Holes Get Better With Age.” Congrats to her! The newspaper issued a correction Monday clarifying that it had intended to use the word “role” rather than hole.