After Lady Gaga's dog walker Ryan Fischer was targeted by two crooks during a walk in Los Angeles, which led to him being shot in the chest by one of the two criminals, and two of the three French Bulldogs under his care being dogs, we’re happy to report that Fischer is now in a stable condition and, the two stolen dogs have been turned in safe and well.
Gaga had been offering a $500,000 reward for anybody who could give information on the shooting and help with the return of the dogs, no questions asked. Whether or not that was a reason in the pups being taken to a local police station remains to be seen.
Safe to say, fans of the star were happy to see the good news.
Meanwhile, following the broadcast of the Framing Britney Spears documentary, which saw the #FreeBritney movement reach dizzying new heights, the lawyer for her father Jamie Spears has hit back.
Britney is currently under a conservatorship, which means that she is not in control of her financial assets and many of the decisions in regular life that anybody else would be able to control.
Despite the pleas of her father’s attorney, Britney’s fans are having none of it and continue to surge forward with their movement for the star’s freedom.
They note that whilst Jamie’s considerations for his daughter may have been warranted over a decade ago, the singer is in a much better place now and ready to take control of her life.
Meanwhile in televisions, fans of RuPaul’s Drag Race were devastated to see that the show’s thirteenth season was on a break this week, with a documentary airing in place of the usual weekly episode.
Though it’ll be making its return next Saturday (March 6th) on Netflix here in the UK, the viewers aren’t happy!
Fortunately, those in America were still treated to some Drag Race action. The documentary replacing the main show was based on the work of the cast and crew to ensure safety during filming, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.