Ariana Grande is launching a ‘Thank U, Next’ beauty range, here’s what we know so far…
And whilst she’s busy on her Sweetener / Thank U, Next world tour, the global pop sensation has proven that there’s nothing she can’t do, as she’s now filed a trademark for beauty products that will be named after her iconic single.
We can all thank Ariana Grande for bringing us our empowering post-breakup song, Thank U, Next – and we can’t lie, the song is still stuck in our heads.
On 2nd April, Ariana filed a trademark at The US Patent and Trademark Office for ‘Ariana Grande Thank U, Next’ for a number of beauty products.
Are you wondering what that includes?
According to the trademark, we can expect “fragrances – eau de cologne, eau de parfum and eau de toilette, body lotions, bath gels, body scrubs, body mists…”
Wow, does Ari ever sleep?
Just when you thought she might slow down, Ariana proves us all wrong. She can add the new line-up of Thank U, Next to her expanding beauty belt, joining her popular Cloud, Ari and Sweet Like Candy perfumes.
We’re so excited to see what Ari comes up with.
Salma Hayek’s Husband François-Henri Pinault Will Donate $113 Million to Rebuild Notre-Dame
Billionaire François-Henri Pinault and his family have pledged to donate €100 million (or approx. US $113 million) to rebuild the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris, following its devastating fire.
“My father [François Pinault] and I have decided to release as of now from the funds of Artemis a sum of 100 million euros to participate in the effort that will be necessary for the complete reconstruction of Notre Dame,” François-Henri wrote in a statement, according to BuzzFeed.
François-Henri is the chairman and CEO of Kering, an international luxury group which owns brands like Gucci, Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, and Yves Saint Laurent. He’s married to actress Salma Hayek, who also shared her own sympathies after the heartbreaking damage to the historic landmark. “As many others I’m in deep shock and sadness to witness the beauty of Notre-Dame turn into smoke,” she wrote in a caption on Instagram. “I love you Paris.” François-Henri and Salma were married less than a mile away from the cathedral, and reportedly still own a home nearby.
Meet the Cast of No Good Nick, Netflix’s New Family Sitcom With a Dark Twist
Netflix’s new original show No Good Nick is introducing a hilarious and lovable family to the small screen – the Thompsons, who just found out that they’re the closest of kin to a distant 13-year-old relative . . . or are they? When Nicole “Nick” Patterson shows up at the family’s front door and says, “I’m here to live with you, you didn’t get the memo?,” the Thompsons never consider that they’re being duped by a teenager; but as the story unfolds, it’s made clear that Nick has ulterior motives.
A family sitcom at its roots – one that will remind parents who grew up in the ’90s of some of their favorite old shows – No Good Nick and its clever storylines are bound to grip your kids (and you!) just seconds into the pilot episode, aptly named “Catfish.” Ahead, learn more about the cast of No Good Nick, which premiers on Netflix on April 15, and then watch the show’s sinister trailer.