This week read about Jaden Smith opening up a restaurant to give food to homeless people, a possible Lady Gaga collaboration with Charli XCX and Rina Sawayama, and "High School Musical" bringing more LGBT inclusivity.

Gaga, XCX and Sawayama Collab!

Fans of Lady Gaga rejoice! The pop star icon has teased a possible collaboration with Charli XCX and Rina Sawayama.

The speculation is brewing with tweets from XCX and Sawayama. Each talking about certain projects that they have been working on.

Pride wrote that she teased her track at the Brit Awards: “The wish is on the internet, and I've done my bit, let's just say that. So, it's in the works … It's a song that was hard to sing with my new braces.”

Fans should keep their eyes peeled for any more tweets that lead to more clues about the potential collaboration with these three pop superstars.

While not much is known at this particular moment, one thing is known for sure. Whatever we get from these three artists, will be something from out of this world.

The smell of award nominations is in the air for this project.



Jaden Smith to Open ‘I Love You’ Restaurant


Jaden Smith. Photo via Facebook.

Jaden Smith is opening an “I Love You” restaurant to sell free vegan food for the homeless and it’s brilliant.

Smith opened up the “I Love You” food truck two years ago, in order to help the people of Skid Row and all other people who are hungry and could not afford a meal.

Smith told Variety, “It’s for homeless people to get free food … But if you’re not homeless, not only do you have to pay, but you have to pay for more than the food’s worth so that you can pay for the person behind you.”

Smith hasn’t stopped there with trying to make the world a better place. His leadership in’s Water Box project is helping to provide clean water to communities.

The project is also featured in his New Balance video campaign.

This 22-year-old is breaking boundaries and setting examples, the sky's the limit for Smith and his ideas.

‘High School Musical’ For All


"High School Musical: The Series." Credit: Disney.

Fans of the “High School Musical” movies can rejoice and prepare for the second season of Disney's Plus original “High School Musical” series.

While the first season was a huge hit, fans of the series had to wait a year for the second season, making the anticipation for the new season even that much more valuable.

“Much like the first round, this newest batch of episodes continues to deliver bops while bringing a new generation of HSM fans,” Pride reported.

The franchise brought an all-inclusive vibe with the first season, and is ready to bring more diverse representation with more inclusion of the LGBT community.

One of the show's leads, Joshua Bassett told Pride, “I think that the beautiful thing about theater in general is it's supposed to be, and is a lot of the time, a sort of 'come as you are' medium where people are accepted and seen for who they are and celebrated.”

The show tries to make sure everyone has someone they can relate to.

Like Matt Cornett, co-star of Bassett, said in his interview, “No matter what you're going through, no matter who you are, no matter anything, I feel like there is somebody in our show for each person to relate to and to really look at and see themselves in. And that's something that I hope happens for the course of the show, from season one 'til the end.”

“High School Musical” continued to break barriers with its all-inclusion mentality for the first generation; it's only fitting that they do so with the next generation.