Here's a rundown of what's in the Pop Culture news this morning, corralled and curated for your viewing pleasure!
Lady Gaga Keeps Her Promises, Gets Tattoos With Survivors From Oscar Show
Tweets are surfacing of Lady Gaga's tattoos with her survivor friends that joined her on stage at the Oscars. If that's not dedication, I don't know what is.
Bobbi Kristina's Autopsy Confirms That Immersion And Drugs Killed Her
E! reports that "Such substances found included "marijuana, alcohol, benzoylecgonine (a cocaine-related substance), benzodiazepines (medications used for sedation or to treat anxiety), and morphine. It could not be determined from toxicology tests whether the morphine resulted from heroin use," and that Pneumonia and Brain Damage were the final cause.
— ET Canada (@ETCanada) March 4, 2016
Jena Malone Was Cut From Batman V. Superman, Will Be In Extended Cut
Well, that's a bummer! Jena Malone, last seen in The Hunger Games series has been removed from the cut that is supposed to hit theaters for Batman V. Superman: Dawn of Justice. The Wrap thinks that she might have been playing Barbara Gordon, wife to the Law Man Jim Gordon, or she could be Super Girl. Either way, she will not be included in this installment.
— Variety (@Variety) March 4, 2016
Destiny's Child Meghan Trainor Releases "No"
Meghan Trainor just released the song "No", and this song seriously sounds like old school Destiny's Child and WE ARE SO READY FOR IT. It doesn't sound like Meghan which is the only issue we have with it, but it's still REALLY GOOD.
Someone Found A Knife On O.J. Simpson's Property, Held It For Years
No, this is not a plotline for the Ryan Murphy show. TMZ reports that a construction worker found the knife on O.J.'s property and handed it to an off duty cop, who apparently decided to keep it as a souvineer rather than give it to the cops. The knife is now being tested for biological evidence, but O.J. can't go through a double jeopardy scenario. Still, it would be interesting to know the truth and if that is linked to the murder.
— Esquire Magazine (@esquire) March 4, 2016
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