Socialite Paris Hilton will perform a DJ set at Triller festival to raise money to help those on the front line, working to fight the pandemic.
She will be performing with Snoop Dogg, Marshmello and PitBull among many other artistes, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
"Can't wait to perform for you all this weekend during #HomeQuarantine! ... I'll be performing from home for @TrillerVids Virtual Music Festival #TrillerFest with this amazing lineup! @SnoopDogg, @MarshmelloMusic, @Migos, @PitBull, @WyclefJean, @DonDiablo, @ChanelWestCoast @RubyRose & over 100 other artists to raise donations for #MusicCares #NoKidHungry & driving donations for those deeply affected by Covid-19. #Triller #StayHome #Complex ... Click link in my bio for your FREE pass to #TrillerFest," she wrote.
Hilton previously shared she wants to live forever as she is concerned that "nothing" happens after death, which would be "boring". She said: "Death scares me because I don't know what happens. I just don't want it to be nothing because that would be so boring. I'm trying to figure out a way - freezing myself or inventing the fountain of youth pill - so people could live forever, like that movie 'Death Becomes Her.'" - IANS
Kylie and Kris Jenner send hand sanitisers to LA medical workers
Reality TV personality Kylie Jenner and her mother Kris Jenner have begun sending out hand sanitisers to healthcare workers here. The sanitisers are made under make-up mogul Kylie's brand.
The duo have joined hands with the officials at beauty giant Coty, the major stakeholder in Kylie's cosmetics companies, to start manufacturing the antimicrobial gels which are in desperately short supply in California, the family's home state, reports aceshowbiz.com.
On April 10, Kylie's staffers delivered one of the first batches of the product to workers at a hospital in the San Fernando Valley, California, with staff posing for a photograph with the new range from the reality star.
Each bottle is labeled with the message: "Dedicated to first responders working to support our communities."
The delivery follows donations of $1 million made by both Kylie and her reality TV star sister Kim Kardashian to medical organisations last month, to aid in the purchase of personal protective equipment for healthcare workers battling Covid-19. - IANS