Kourtney Kardashian Shows Off a Romantic Birthday Gift From Travis Barker

Kourtney Kardashian offered a glimpse at how Travis Barker is helping to ring in her 42nd birthday.

The reality star took to Instagram on Saturday (April 17) to show off a grand floral arrangement that included an intricate hanging installation, giving Barker credit with a tag on the Instagram Story. She posted a black heart next to his name.

Barker shared the celebration with his followers the day before her birthday, too, re-posting the clip as an Instagram Story on his own account.

The couple have been sharing bits and pieces about their relationship on Instagram over the past couple months.

Last weekend, the Blink-182 drummer made a not-so-subtle comment on one of his posts to Kourtney — “All day I dream about sex w/ you,” he wrote — and he recently got her name tattooed on his chest. In February, they made their relationship official on Instagram with a photo of intertwined hands.

See the lavish birthday flowers on Instagram.

Diane Warren Performs Her 12 Oscar-Nominated Songs in 5 Minutes

The legendary songwriter Diane Warren has accumulated a dozen best original song Oscar nominations across five different decades, but she has never taken home a statuette.

No other woman in history, across all Oscar categories, has ever remained winless through this many noms.

This could all change at the 93rd Oscars on April 25, as the 64-year-old’s latest nominated tune — “Io si (Seen)” from the film The Life Ahead, which she cowrote with Laura Pausini — has already won the best original song Golden Globe award, and is competing in a distinguished but wide-open Oscar race (unlike when previous tunes of hers came up against steamrollers like “My Heart Will Go On” and “Shallow”).

Warren sat down this week with The Hollywood Reporter at RealSongs, her Hollywood music publishing headquarters, and agreed to provide a high-speed trip down memory lane, playing a medley of all 12 songs that have earned her invitations to Hollywood’s biggest night.

Watch her performance on The Hollywood Reporter here.

This article originally appeared on The Hollywood Reporter.

Joshua Bassett Announces New Single ‘Feel Something’

A new song from Joshua Bassett will be arriving soon.

“SURPRISE ! NEW SINGLE ‘FEEL SOMETHING’ MAY 7TH !” the musician and actor revealed on Instagram Friday night (April 16).

“Feel Something,” which follows Bassett’s self-titled debut EP that was released in March, will drop just a week ahead of the May 14 season two premiere of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, the Disney+ show on which Bassett is a series regular. Bassett stars as Ricky opposite Olivia Rodrigo’s Nini.

“It’s the most proud I’ve ever been of a body of work,” he said of his EP to Billboard in February. “I showed myself that I can really do more than what I thought. It’s got me all over it — people will be able to feel that when they listen to it.”

On Friday, he premiered a special one-off virtual concert, performing the songs from that EP and more.

See Bassett’s “Feel Something” announcement on Instagram.

Brothers Osborne’s John Osborne ‘Considered Quitting Music’ Amid Mental Health Crisis: Watch

John and T.J. Osborne, known as the country music duo Brothers Osborne, are opening up about their personal lives and career struggles.

In a preview of their upcoming interview on CBS Sunday Morning, the “I’m Not For Everyone” singers revealed that John, 38, experienced a mental health crisis in 2019 while working on the group’s third album, Skeletons.

“I remember calling our manager at the time,” John said. “And I told him, I’m like, I mean, ‘We can’t go into the studio. I don’t know what’s wrong with me — I don’t know why I’m not happy. I’m depressed. My anxiety is through the roof. I can’t sleep. My ears are ringing.'”

He added, “I was very reluctant to say anything. We grew up in a culture where if you fell over and skinned your knee, you just get up, don’t cry and walk it off. There comes a point in your life where you can’t do that anymore and you need to stop and sort your s— out.”

T.J. noted that he was concerned about his brother’s well-being at the time.

“I remember we were on stage and I could just look at him and tell he did not wanna be there. And that’s when I was like, ‘Wow, like, we need to go home now,'” the 36-year-old said, adding that Brothers Osborne canceled live dates as a result.

John eventually received the help he needed, but said that he contemplated leaving his music career behind.

“With a lot of therapy, a lot of self-help, a lot of love from my friends and family — I was able to kinda get to a better place so we can finish the album,” he said. “This is the God’s honest truth, going into this record, I considered quitting music … which is something I never in my life thought I would want to do.”

During the interview, which airs April 18 at 9 a.m. ET, T.J. also touched on coming out as a gay earlier this year.

“Once I finally made the decision to do what I was going to do, I felt very sure in that,” the musician said. “But it’s just really the fear of the unknown. … Do we lose fans?”

T.J. said he’s received strong support since making the announcement. “I’ve had an incredible amount of support,” he said. “And there’s been some people saying some off-color things to me. But it was a lot, a lot less than I expected.”

Watch a preview of Brothers Osborne’s appearance on CBS Sunday Morning below.

Britney Spears Assures Fans She’s ‘Extremely Happy’ and ‘Totally Fine’

Britney Spears is letting fans know that she’s doing okay amid her conservatorship battle and the #FreeBritney movement.

The 39-year-old pop superstar took to Instagram on Friday (April 16) to answer several commonly asked questions by fans, including inquiries about her mental health.

“The next question is, am I okay?” Spears says in the video. “Yes, I’m totally fine. I’m extremely happy. I have a beautiful home, beautiful children. I’m taking a break right now because I’m enjoying myself.”

In recent months, fans grew concerned about the singer’s life following the release of the New York Times documentary Framing Britney Spears, which chronicles her turbulent rise to fame and long-running conservatorship.

Spears has been in a conservatorship overseen predominantly by her dad since 2008. Many supporters of the #FreeBritney movement have come forward questioning whether a conservatorship over her personal and financial life still needs to be in place.

The pop star’s IG video addressed whether she gets dizzy from doing twirls in the many home-recorded dance clips she posts on social media.

“Yes, I get extremely dizzy,” Spears says. “But I’m a dancer, so as long as I have a focus for my head as I turn, as long as I keep finding that spot, usually in the end it’s not as bad.”

The singer also touched on a random picture she shared in late March of her vintage red refrigerator. “What does the red refrigerator mean on my Instagram? Honestly, I just thought it was cool,” she says. “I thought it was vintage, it was red. And it’s just really cool.”

In the caption, Spears explained that the video was recorded a day before she made a public appearance in Malibu, Calif., to do some shopping.

“This was me yesterday before I went to Malibu randomly in my boyfriend’s brown blazer to stay in disguise … but s— … the paps still found me!!!!” she wrote, adding that she discovered a “cool new” clothing store in the area. “I’m so excited for summer … what have you guys been up to ???”

See Spears’ Q&A post on Instagram here.

5 Uplifting Moments in Latin Music This Week (April 17)

From career milestones and new music releases to major announcements and more, Billboard editors highlight the latest news buzz in Latin music every week. Here’s what happened in the Latin music world this week.

National Museum of American History Shares Selena’s Legacy

The Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History has acquired 18 images of Selena Quintanilla to add to its collection of photographs taken by Texas-based photographer Al Rendon. On Selena’s 50th birthday (April 16), the museum also announced that it released an “educational video highlighting objects about, and images of, Selena in the Smithsonian’s collections to share her story,” according to a press release.

Verónica A. Méndez, curator at the museum, added: “Almost 30 years after her tragic death, she remains one of the most influential Latina artists of both the 20th and 21st centuries, with a growing fan base introduced to Selena by the 1997 namesake movie starring Jennifer Lopez, one of the best-selling cosmetics celebrity collaborations in 2016 and the recent 2020 Netflix series.”

Yotuel & Beatriz Luengo welcome baby girl

Artists Yotuel & Beatriz Luengo announced the arrival of their new baby girl, who they named Zoë, on social media. She was born April 11. “Welcome our beautiful mestiza,” the Spanish singer-songwriter wrote. “Thank you everyone for the love.”

See the adorable baby photo below:

Maluma’s COVID-19 vaccine

The Colombian star took to social media on Tuesday (April 13) to share with his nearly 60 million followers that he was fully inoculated against the novel coronavirus and is ready for his upcoming tour.

“Vaccine done,” Maluma captioned the Instagram selfie where he shows off the bandaid still covering the spot on his left shoulder where he got his COVID-19 vaccine. “Papi Juancho USA Tour is coming, get your tickets.”

See his selfie here.

J Balvin is going to be a dad

J Balvin and girlfriend Valentina Ferrer are expecting their first baby together. The Argentine model showed off her baby bump while gracing the black-and-white cover of Vogue México, which was unveiled Thursday (April 15). On her Instagram account, she captioned the photo of the cover, “The family is growing.”

Later, the Colombian star reposted her photo and wrote “you will be a great mom.”

The 2021 Latin AMAs are a wrap

Bad Bunny was the big winner at the Latin AMAs on April 15, taking home five awards including artist of the year, album of the year for YHLQMDLG, and favorite male artist. He was followed by Karol G and Nicki Minaj who took three awards each including song of the year thanks to global hit “Tusa.”

The evening was punctuated by amazing performances such as Camilo and Los Dos Carnales’ “Tuyo Y Mío,” the first they performed their norteña collaboration. Karol and Mariah Angeliq’s “El Makinon” show-stopping performance bringing girl-power vibes to the stage. And, Ozuna’s trip down memory lane singing a medley of oldies but goodies, including “Se Preparó” and “Dile Que Tu Me Quieres” before accepting his Extraordinary Evolution Award.

If you missed any performance, we’ve got you covered. Check out all the performances here.