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Insider Roundup: Lady Gaga Collabs With Ariana Grande & More

Hey, Monday!

ICYMI, it's the last Monday of May! Need a bit of a pick-me-up after all the hustling you've gone through? Here's your dose of a happy pill. Scroll on as we drop the news on Lady Gaga's latest single featuring Ariana Grande, Kendall Jenner settling her Fyre Festival lawsuit and more below. 


Lady Gaga drops Rain On Me single featuring Ariana Grande




Lady Gaga drops another bomb related to her previously postponed album, Chromatica, by revealing yet another high-profile collab. Following the recent announcement of her partnership with BLACKPINK for the song Sour Candy, the Grammy multi-awardee released Rain On Me, featuring fellow pop superstar Ariana Grande. The track is a techno-pop bopper similar to the other recently released single Stupid Love from the same album dropping 29 May. 


Kendall Jenner settles Fye Festival lawsuit for USD90,000




Just when we thought the Fyre Festival drama is over, we get reminded that it's still around. The failed event, which occurred in 2017, was endorsed by Kendall Jenner, along with fellow supermodels Bella Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski. The company handling the event, Fyre Media, sued the personalities in 2019 for not disclosing that they were paid to promote the festival via social media. The complaint also cited the models' non-commitment and eventual failure to attend the said event, which was considered as one of the many factors why it flopped. Kendall has reportedly settled the lawsuit for USD90,000 late last week. But is this truly the last we'll hear of the infamous Fyre Festival? We'll see.

Shu Uemura is cutting you a special beauty deal until the end of the month




Moving on to happier news, if you're looking to restock your daily cleanser, Shu Uemura's limited-time deal arrives at the best time. Purchase their newest ultime8∞ Sublime Beauty Cleansing duo set through tangs.com, metro.com, robinsons.com or isetan.com at 24 per cent off until the end of May. The brand's newest cleanser transforms from oil to foam for thorough cleansing. Using the power of Tsubaki Oil, it promises a soothing but effective lather for cleansing without drying your skin out. The product officially arrives in stores 2 June 2020 at its regular price of SGD330.


Charlotte Tilbury unveils refillable matte airbrush bronzers




CT's face products are well-known for being holy-grail and investment material. So we're definitely considering it as good news that the brand announced refills for their matte airbrush bronzers. Based on the brand's official post, the refills will be made available late summer (no specific date), leaving a lot of room for us to anticipate. It's not the first time the brand launched refillable products; they've released Hot Lips Lipstick refills as well. It's safe to say that similar trends in their product lineup are possible to follow suit. We can't wait!


(Cover photo from: @ladygaga)


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