I’m heading out of the country for some much-needed rest and relaxation and to celebrate the wedding of a pair of dear friends.
But I would never leave you without some Pop Life, while I pop off to vacay, and the first offering is in line with flying off for an escape.
Kaley Cuoco has come a long way from “The Big Bang Theory.”
In the new season, Cuoco gets to play different versions of her character, Cassie Bowden.
The show is streaming on HBO Max, which like CNN is part of Warner Bros. Discovery.
‘Russian Doll’ Season 2
After three longs years, we are finally getting the return of time traveler Nadia Vulvokov (she prefers the term “time prisoner”), who in season one got caught up in a Groundhog Day death spiral.
Natasha Lyonne is wonderful in the lead role and, like the title suggests, there are layers upon layers here.
Season two is streaming on Netflix.
‘The First Lady’
The resemblance was startling, and it stoked excitement for the series.
But the internet giveth and it taketh away.
After the first episode, there were some … feelings about the show.
There are some other heavy hitters as well — Michelle Pfeiffer as Betty Ford and Gillian Anderson as Eleanor Roosevelt. Check it out for yourself and see what all the hoopla is about.
Additional bonus: If you want more real-life Davis, her chat with Oprah Winfrey drops Friday on Netflix.
Two things to listen to
Jason Aldean is paying tribute to his roots in his new double album.
“Macon, Georgia” is the country star’s 10th studio album and combines his last album, “Macon,” with his new one, “Georgia.”
The new project drops Friday.
Jewel winning season six of “The Masked Singer” in December reminded some of her music career.
Now, seven years after her last album, “Picking Up the Pieces,” she’s back with a new one.
“Freewheelin’ Woman” comes as she both has her say and sets some things straight.
The single mom is now more successful, but no less tough.
Her new album is out now.
One thing to talk about
Now I know some of you might argue that Twain could also be considered pop, but you can take that up with Nashville.
Crossover genre collaborations are far from new.
Good artists love good music, period. And so do I, so I’m living in gratitude for these types of collabs.
Something to sip on
But just a reminder that as much as stars are like us, they definitely have some privileges not available to the rest of us.
Now, if you can afford couture style to show off that bambino, have at it and send me some pictures so I can glory in the beauty of them like I do in following RiRi and her bump.