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Paris Jackson's New Project 🎥

It can't be easy to grow up in the shadow of the "King of Pop." Now Michael Jackson's only daughter is taking us inside her private world as she makes her own music.

Paris debuting a brand new docuseries today called Unfiltered: Paris Jackson & Gabriel Glenn. The show follows Paris and her boyfriend Gabriel as they launch their band, The Soundflowers, and create new music.

It's streaming now on Facebook Watch.

The Big Winners From The JUNO Awards 🏆

Speaking of music, last night was Canada's version of the Grammys, known as the JUNO Awards.

Shawn Mendes took home "Artist of the Year" again, while Alessia Cara took home three awards including "Album of the Year."

To view a full list, click here.

Rob Parties With Khloé & Kendall! 🎉

Happy Belated Birthday to Khloé Kardashian! She just turned 36 and threw a small, but very pink party.

The party favors this year included hand sanitizer and face masks with Khloe's face on them.

There was even a rare appearance by brother, Rob Kardashian. People Magazine reporting that he wanted to let people know he was doing well, despite staying out of the public spotlight.

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Carl Nassib

Las Vegas Raiders Defensive Lineman Carl Nassib has come out as gay. Nassib took to Instagram yesterday to share with his fans and followers that he is gay and he is finally comfortable with his true self.

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Mindy Kaling

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If Mindy Kaling's 2021 resolution was to get more attention, she's off to a strong start. After landing a co-writing position on the upcoming Legally Blonde 3, The Office star is now producing another comedy and bringing it to Netflix.

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