Meg's Daily Dish


 "Carpool Karaoke: The Series" is coming and now, we've got our first very star-studded look at the Apple Music show. James Corden of course makes some appearances, including singing "I Believe I Can Fly" with Will Smith in a helicopter, but that's just the tip of celebrity singing iceberg.

The other musicians that pop up in the clip include John Legend, Metallica, Alicia Keys, Blake Shelton, and Ariana Grande. 

Some non-muscians also take their turn singing, including Taraji P. Henson, Chelsea Handler Seth Meyers, Michael Strahan, Shaquille O’Neal, and Jeff Gordon. An exact premiere date hasn't been announced.

  • The Weeknd celebrated his 27th birthday at Dave & Busters in Hollywood Monday, and enjoyed a bash with friends  French Montana, 2 Chainz, Big Sean, Travis Scott, Migos and Bryson Tiller. Girlfriend Selena was in New York for Fashion Week so she missed the event, but, according to TMZ, she picked up the tab for the entire evening.  And the party cost a pretty penny, with the gang spending about $30,000 for the three hours of open bar and games. 

It's official: Ryan Murphy and his "American Crime Story" crew will be taking on the Monica Lewinsky/Bill Clinton sex scandal. What's more, Murphy can confirm Sarah Paulson will once again be a part of the show. 

"Sarah will be in it but she won't be playing Hillary [Clinton]," Murphy says. "That's earmarked for talks with somebody else. We're casting that now. I can't say what Sarah is playing, but it starts shooting at the end of this year."

Don't expect the miniseries to be soley focused on Monica, Hillary, or Bill, however. Instead, Murphy explains the show is based on Jeffrey Toobin's book "A Vast Conspiracy: The Real Sex Scandal That Nearly Brought Down A President," which looks at the rise of a right-wing group determined "to take the Clintons down."


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