What's Trending: Britney Spears and Tiger King Crossover

Britney Spears, Second Born, Drake, Hair Dye

March 31, 2020
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What’s Trending: Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

  • #BritneySpears
    • People are going back and watching her 2001 “I’m A Slave 4 U” performance at the 2001 MTV Video Music Awards after some eagle-eyed watcher of Tiger King realized that one of the stars had a part in the iconic moment.
    • Doc Antle, the ponytailed director of Myrtle Beach Safari was the handler in charge of the massive tiger who took the stage with Spears at that year’s VMA ceremony.
    • He shared the stage with Britney and the tiger.
    • His hair was darker then but many viewers recognized him in the footage.
  • #SecondBorn
    • Study: Second-born babies are families’ biggest troublemakers.
    • Second-born children are 25-40% more likely to get in major trouble in school and even with the law.
    • Experts believe that this is strongly related to how strict the parents are with their first born and how they tend to go easy in comparison on their second-born.
  • #Drake
    • The rapper offered fans a rare glimpse into his personal life yesterday.
    • He posted some photos of her 2-year-old son, Adonis, to Instagram, with a heartfelt message about being apart from his family during this pandemic.
    • It’s the first time he has ever revealed photos of his son. Whom he shares with artist and former adult film star Sophie Brussaux.
    • The blonde, curly-haired Adonis is adorable.
    • Drake has been separated and in self-isolation at his Toronto home after he was exposed to the virus earlier this month while hanging out with NBA player Kevin Durant who tested positive.
  • #HairDye
    • Sales of hair dye kits have jumped as people have become cut off from salons.
    • Apparently being quarantined is no excuse for roots.
    • Sales of Madison Reed’s at-home hair color kits have soared 75-% while demand for Color Wow’s root cover-up product is also through the roof.
    • Hair products that help conceal gray or dark roots are in particular demand right now.
    • And women aren’t the only ones stressing…some stylists say that a lot of men don’t want people to know they color their air and are also getting concerned with this quarantine.