From Taylor Swift's masters being sold (again) to Naya Rivera's ex-husband filing a wrongful death suit, here are the entertainment stories you may have missed this week.
David M. Benett/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images
"I lost my house in a fire but found myself in its ashes," the singer said of her new record.
The actor died in July during a trip to Lake Piru with her son.
ANGELA WEISS/AFP/Getty Images
The singer plays a mad scientist and a fembot.
Taylor Hill/FilmMagic/Getty Images
Scooter Braun reportedly sold her master recordings for $300 million.
Finally, something everyone can agree on in 2020.
Jim Spellman/WireImage/Getty Images
The TikTok star got emotional in response to the backlash.
This might be the steamiest season yet.
"It's still very much fresh, I suppose, everything that happened."
She addressed the shooting incident on her debut album, Good News.
Fans may have spotted two more people on that beach.
HBO Max / Saeed Ad
"I can see where I made the set very difficult for Janet," Smith admitted.
YouTube / The Paramount Vault
This behind-the-scenes secret may shock you.
You can watch Diana's next adventure from the safety of your own home.
Meet the new object of his obsession.