Quickies: Pink, Lauv, Harry Styles & More

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PINK PUTS HER ‘THUNDER THIGHS' ON DISPLAY IN EMPOWERING POST: Pink has shared a post explaining why she's proud of her "thunder thighs." "I always wondered why God gave me thunder thighs. It's cause he knew I'd use them. #throwingbuckets #strongismygoal #joyful #wakesurfgirl #somebodysponsormealready," she captioned a picture of herself wake boarding and showing off her muscular tattooed thigh.

LAUV TEAMS WITH BLACKBEAR FOR NEW SINGLE ‘IF I WERE U': Lauv and blackbear have teamed up with each other for a new single called "if i were u." Lauv contributes a verse to the song, which appears on blackbear's new album everything means nothing, coming out Friday. blackbear also recently teamed up with Charlie Puth for a track called "Hard on Yourself," and with Machine Gun Kelly on "my ex's best friend." Lauv recently joined Ava Max for the remix "Kings & Queens Pt. 2," and he also appears on a track called "Slow Grenade" on Ellie Goulding's new album Brightest Blue.

HARRY STYLES IS NOT STARRING IN NEW MOVIE WITH BRAD PITT: There's a rumor floating around the Internet that Brad Pitt and Harry Styles will be co-starring in a new movie together, however, it's apparently not true. A description of the film, apparently titled, Faster, Cheaper, Better, that has been floating around includes, "The film spans 20 years in multiple locations with intertwined stories of countless characters including: a union boss, a young businessman, an inland farm manager, and a tech millionaire whose lives are cut short when the automation and artificial intelligence transform the world as we know it. In the end, everyone must face the meaning of being human." But the stars' reps said it is a completely "false" rumor.

‘AMERICAN IDOL'S LUKE BRYAN, KATY PERRY, LIONEL RICHIE TO RETURN IN SEASON 19: American Idol judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie, along with host Ryan Seacrest will return in Season 19, ABC announced. American Idol has been filming remotely since April due to the pandemic. ABC said remote virtual auditions for Season 19 are underway across the U.S. Season 19 will be the fourth American Idol season to air on ABC. The reality talent competition moved to ABC in Season 16 after airing for 15 seasons on Fox.