Meghan Markle, Prince Harry making big adjustments after moving to LA: Marissa Hermer Meghan Markle and Prince Harry are still in the process of settling down after moving to Los Angeles, and as reported earlier, the two are making an array of adjustments. According to Ladies of London?s Marissa Hermer, the biggest adjustments that the Duke and Duchess will be making are mostly positive.

Selena Gomez demands justice for George Floyd as protests continue US singer Selena Gomez, like other celebrities, has reacted to the brutal killing of Afro-American George Floyd and demanded justice for him. The Lose You To Love Me singer turned to Instagram and shared a photo from the protest being taken place for justice for George.

Kim Kardashian ?infuriated? over the killing of George Floyd US reality TV star Kim Kardashian shared her anger over the killing of Afro-American George Floyd in Minnesota saying that she was ?infuriated and disgusted?. In a series of tweets, Keeping Up With The Kardashians star said, ?For years, with every horrific murder of an innocent black man, woman, or child, I have always tried to find the right words to express my condolences and outrage.?

Humayun Saeed urges people to practice social distancing as Covid-19 cases rise in Pakistan Pakistani superstar Humayun Saeed has urged people to practice social distancing and take all the necessary safety precautions as the coronavirus cases escalate in Pakistan. The Mere Paas Tum Ho actor turned to Instagram and said: ?With Covid-19 cases on the rise in Pakistan, it is all the more important now that we take all the necessary safety precautions.?

?Silence is betrayal?, Machine Gun Kelly joins a protest for George Floyd Holding placard with the slogan ?Silence is betrayal?, singer Machine Gun Kelly joined the Black Lives Matter movement and protests held in Los Angeles against the killing of African American George Floyd. The Bad Things singer turned to Instagram and shared his pictures with the caption "Justice Soon?.

Chrissy Teigen pledged $200,000 to bail out the arrested individuals from the protests Chrissy Teigen, acclaimed model and TV personality, is offering help to Minnesota protesters who have been taken into custody during the ongoing tensions across America. The 34-year-old pledged $200,000 to bail out the arrested individuals from the protests that sprung up following the tragic death of George Floyd.

David Guetta?s EDM track dedication to George Floyd leaves fans roaring in support David Guetta recently held a concert, live streaming it across a number of social media platforms. The concert was held in part with his United at Home event which aimed to raise funds for COVID-19 patients in this time of need.

Lady Gaga urges fans to show love for the black community Reacting to the killing of George Floyd, Lady Gaga has urged her fans to show their love for the black community that had been silenced for too long. In a lengthy statement on Instagram, the Rain On Me singer said, ?I have a lot of things to say about this, but the first thing I want to say is I?m afraid to say anything that will incite further anger, although that is precisely the emotion that?s justified.?

Photos of the couple?s nikkah ceremony had been circulating on social media Pakistani actors Sadaf Kanwal and Shahroz Sabzwari tied the knot, months after rumours of their relationship had been rife on social media. Photos of the couple?s nikkah ceremony had been circulating on social media, and the news was confirmed after the model changed her name on Instagram from Sadaf Kanwal to Sadaf Sabzwari and also posted pictures from the intimate ceremony.

Singer Halsey on Saturday condemned reports regarding her arrest during Black Lives Matter protests in Los Angeles. Taking to Twitter, the "Without Me" singer informed her fans she was safe but "many are in custody", referring to the people arrested during the clashes between the protesters and police. ""I WAS NOT ARRESTED.