BH Buzz: Selena Gomez Producing New Series On Netflix


Selena Gomez will return to the small screen.

Sort of.

The Revival singer is taking a stab at executive producing a straight-to-series show on Netflix. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the series is based on the best-selling young adult novel 13 Reasons Why by Jay Asher. The series was created and written by Pulitzer Prize winner Brian Yorkey and has been picked up for 13 episodes. The series was originally picked up by Universal in 2012 with the hopes Gomez herself would star in it.

■ Liam Payne shared a new Made In The AM clip titled “Olivia”:

■ As Katy Perry keeps a relatively low profile, her hits appear to keep on selling. On Thursday (October 29), it was announced that KP is officially the first female artist to score two certified diamond singles. Of course, we’re talking about “Firework” and “Dark House.” Congrats, girl! [AllAccess]

■ Justin Bieber performed “What Do You Mean” on The X Factor Italia:

■ Nicole Sherzinger finally put that Britney impression to use outside of interviews by performing what’s better known as the Piece of Me version of “Toxic” on “Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris.” Kewl, right?

Nicole Scherzinger's cover of Britney Spears' 'Toxic' was the perfect soundtrack for Neil Patrick Harris and Kelly Ripa's magical End of The Show Show performance.

Posted by Best Time Ever With Neil Patrick Harris on Tuesday, October 27, 2015

■ No one can deny Drake’s “Hotline Bling” impact. Still, it doesn’t look like it’ll get any love from the upcoming Grammys Awards. Sources close to Fuse report that the song “wasn’t submitted for Grammy consideration” and won’t be nominated in any categories. Damn, Drizzy.

■ Looks like all of that buzz around the video of Britney vs. her zipper during her recent Piece of Me gig did some good. B’s 2009 hit took the #16 position on Billboard’s most recent Dance/Electronic chart. Gotta love the power of a good ol’ wardrobe malfunction!

■ Ellen DeGeneres dropped one HILARIOUS parody of Adele’s “Hello.”

■ Meghan Trainor is re-releasing a special edition version of her album “Title.” It’ll include “I’ll Be Home” which was previously on the I’ll Be Home For Christmas EP, “Good To Be Alive” from The Peanuts Movie soundtrack and the other two add-ons are live versions of “What If I” and “Title.”


■ The Knocks & Matthew Koma drop a music video for “I Wish (My Taylor Swift)”:

■ Sara Bareilles released “Door Number Three” from “What’s Inside: Songs From Waitress”:

Did we leave anything out?