What's Trending 7/1/20: Kim Kardashian West Joins Billionaires Club, Seth Rogan Is Bring Back Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Also Trending: Alcohol, Froot Loops

July 1, 2020
Kim Kardashian
  • #KimKardashian
    • Move over Kylie Jenner---Kim Kardashian West is joining the Billionaire’s club.
    • She sold a 20% stake in her cosmetic line, KKW Beauty, to global beauty brand, Coty, in a $200 million deal.
    • While she is not officially a billionaire, her company is now valued at $1 billion as a result of the deal.
    • Forbes clarified that she is world $900 million.
    • Maybe it was to celebrate, but she’s changed up her look by dyeing her hair red.
    • Her hairstylist posted on Instagram, “Red head, it’s NOT a wig before you start with that s---. Kim is a trendsetter and not afraid of doing something new.”
  • #Alcohol
    • Study: Light drinking may protect brain function.
    • Researchers examined the link between alcohol consumption and changes in cognitive function over time in middle-aged and older adults.
    • Compared to nondrinkers, they found that those that had a drink or two a day tended to perform better on cognitive tests over time.
    • The optimal amount of drinks per week was between 10 and 14 drinks per week but they say that doesn’t mean those who drink less should start drinking more.
  • #TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles
    • A new movie based on the pizza-loving turtles is in the works.
    • And it’s being produced by Seth Rogan and Nickelodeon.
    • Nickelodeon first brought back the franchise in 2012 with the CG-animated Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series and then Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in 2019.
    • The last two movies of the franchise were released in 2014 and 2016 and produced by Michael Bay.
  • #FrootLoops
    • Attention cereal lovers! You’ll get a taste of the tropics with their latest flavor.
    • Froot Loops Tropical is out.
    • The cereal has pineapple, orange, banana and mango flavors.
    • The yellow, orange and green colored loops are on shelves now.
    • The cereal is limited-edition so it will likely be out only for the summer.