In the lives of celebrities: news, trends and more

MIAMI.- DIARIO LAS AM͉RICAS presents In the life of the celebrities: news, trends and more, a weekly summary with the most relevant events in entertainment and entertainment.

Forbes declares Taylor Swift a billionaire

Taylor Swift joined the group of billionaires, according to the most recent classification of the fortunes of the world's celebrities by Forbes magazine.

With an estimated net worth of $1.1 billion, Swift, 34, becomes the first artist to break the 10-figure threshold solely through income from her music.

In less than a year, the singer's fortune grew, in large part, due to her world tour The Eras Tourwhich has 152 scheduled dates and, according to estimates, could be the highest-grossing tour in music history.

Lizzo is not retiring from music

Lizzo published a message on Instagram in which she raised alarm bells about a possible premature retirement from music or abandonment of social networks, after she stated that she is tired of criticism and attacks, so she sealed her feelings. with a: “I resign.”

However, to the concern of many, the performer published a video in which she explained that her intention is to stop paying attention to the negative energy of some people.

Lizzo stressed that she does not intend to leave music, because it makes her happy and allows her to help others feel safe, inspire them or motivate them to pursue their dreams.

Documentary exposes abuse on Nickelodeon sets

Drake Bell's statements in the documentary Quiet on Set: The Dark Side of the Kids TV, by Investigation Discovery, revealed the abuses and sexual assaults suffered by former Nickelodeon stars between the end of the 90s and the beginning of the year 2000.

The production, which premiered on March 17, exposes how Dan Schneider, creator and producer of the successful series The Amanda Show, iCarly, Drake & Josh, Zoey 101, Victorious, Sam & Cat and All That, promoted inappropriate behavior on recording sets.

The content includes statements from actors, scriptwriters and production staff who were victims or witnesses of abuse. And after its broadcast, former stars of the channel have raised their voices to denounce their negative experiences on social networks.

Shannen Doherty prepares to die

Shannen Doherty claims to be preparing for her death, as she suffers from stage 4 breast cancer with metastasis to the bones. The interpreter said that little by little she has begun to let go of the material objects that she owns to relieve her family members of that process when she is no longer here.

In an episode of his podcast Let's Be Clearthe 52-year-old woman explained that despite being a painful dynamic, it helps her loved ones make a smoother transition.

She noted that she understands that her family and friends will never be the same after her death, but emphasized that the process also allows her to be at peace.

Shakira explains why her children didn't like it Barbie

In a recent interview with Allure, the Colombian singer confessed that her children, Milan and Sasha, did not like the highest-grossing film of 2023: Barbie.

Shakira said that the children felt that the film was emasculating, and stressed that she partly understands their perceptions. She added that it is important for her that her children grow up in a society in which women and men have spaces to be important, without either depriving the other of achieving her goals and aspirations.

In this sense, the interpreter added that both men and women are in the world to complement each other and this purpose should not be lost.