Grapevine: Summer release for Aaliyah-inspired MAC line
Aaliyah-inspired MAC collection to hit stores soon
Late R&B singer and actress Aaliyah will be honored this summer with a collection of MAC Cosmetics inspired by her. The Brooklyn-born, Detroit-raised singer was killed in 2001 at the age of 22 after a plane she was in crashed in the Bahamas. “Aaliyah is truly one in a million — an unstoppable force whose groundbreaking work in R&B music and film inspires us all,” said a post on MAC’s Instagram last year when the collection was announced. This week, the makeup giant confirmed on Twitter that the collection will be available June 20 online and June 21 in stores. Aaliyah’s music career, which spanned throughout the 1990s, is considered have redefined the R&B and pop sound of that decade. Besides being a multiplatinum artist, Aaliyah also was an actor, starring in 2000′s “Romeo Must Die,” and as Queen Akasha in the 2002 Anne Rice film “Queen of the Damned.”
Kendra hints at divorce in post
Reality television star Kendra Wilkinson-Baskett hinted that she and hustband Hank Baskett may be splitting up. “10 years. I did everything I could,” Wilkinson-Baskett said in a video posted to her Instagram story. “It wasn’t good enough. I will always love him. My heart will always remain open for him. I believe in forever, I really did.” She also thanked her friends and family for supporting her. This isn’t a shock for the former Playboy Playmate’s fans. Wilkinson-Baskett has been posting selfies with heartbreaking captions all week.
Stone Temple Pilots come to Freedom Hill
Rock band Stone Temple Pilots will perform at the Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre this summer with new lead singer, Michigan native Jeff Gutt. The tour also includes the Cult and Bush. Tickets are $25 lawn, $80 lawn four-pack and $49.50-$99.50 pavilion, and go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday at 313Presents.com or at the Little Caesars Arena box office. Call (800) 745-3000 to charge by phone.
Compiled by Melody Baetens
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