Here’s everything you missed in entertainment yesterday and others that unravelled while you slept – and are still buzzing today.
Game of Thrones leads Emmys 2018 with 22 nominations
The HBO series has 22 nominations in total, followed by sci-fi series Westworld and comedy show Saturday Night Live, both with 21.
It is the first time in 18 years that HBO did not have the highest number of Emmy nominations. Netflix leads with a total of 112 nominations, beating HBO, which received 108.
See the complete list of nominations here.
Ariana Grande shares new song “God Is a Woman”
She previously released “The Light is Coming” featuring Nicki Minaj and “No Tears Left to Cry.” Both appear on Grande’s forthcoming album Sweetener, which arrives August 17.
Migos’ Offset sued by stylist
Offset has been sued for allegedly not paying for over $13,000 worth of clothing, the Blast reports.
The suit has been filed by a Miami-based personal stylist called the Meyhem Group, who claim that they gave Offset goods worth $11,699.60 and says the Migos rapper “acknowledges he owes but still has refused to pay.”
The Meyhem Group is reportedly asking for the owed sum $11,669.60 plus interest, totalling $13,169.60 in damages.
This is coming a few days before Offset and Cardi B announced the birth of their daughter, Vulture.
Female filmmaker will be allowed to direct Marvel film by herself
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Australian filmmaker Cate Shortland will be helming the forthcoming Black Widow stand-alone film starring Scarlett Johansson.
Marvel reportedly met with more than 70 candidates to find the right fit for the film, with Amma Asante, Kimberly Peirce, and Maggie Betts also in final contention for the job. Shortland will work from a script by Jac Schaeffer.