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The Travis Scott Meal Is So Popular That McDonald’s Has To Make A Change

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Travis Scott — one of the most popular rappers — and McDonald’s — one of the most popular restaurants — are in the midst of a collaborative promotion, and it’s going very well. In fact, McDonald’s is having a hard time keeping the Travis Scott Meal in stock. It’s so much of an issue that restaurants are running out of ingredients, and the company has deemed it necessary to change how customers have to order the meal.

USA Today obtained a memo “sent to employees, owners, and operators across the country,” and it notes that the promotion will continue as originally planned (through October 4), but beginning on September 22, the $6 meal will only be available to order through the McDonald’s app.

The memo reads in part, “We’ve created a program that’s so compelling to our customers that it’s stretching our world-class supply chain; and if demand continues at these levels, more restaurants will break supply.” In a statement provided to the publication, McDonald’s, confirming the details outlined in the memo, added, “In fact, it’s been so lit, some of our restaurants have temporarily sold out of some of the ingredients in the meal. We’re working closely with our suppliers, distributors and franchisees to resupply impacted restaurants as quickly as possible.”

The document also notes how creatively customers have been ordering the meal. Apart from saying that Cactus Jack “sent them,” as promotional materials have suggested, customers have also said things like, “It’s lit, Sicko Mode,” “The Fornite guy burger,” and, “You know why I am here,” oftentimes while they are playing Scott’s music.

McDonald’s also noted that “more surprises from Cactus Jack coming soon,” but it remains to be seen how they’ll top the giant McNugget pillow.

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Reality Steve Is “Almost Positive” Tayshia Adams’ Final Four ‘Bachelorette’ Contestants Are…

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  • Reality Steve revealed the men he thinks make it to Tayshia Adams’ final four.
  • He also said Clare sent a contestant home for being super disrespectful to her.
  • Spoilers ahead!

    Clare Crawley and Tayshia Adams’ Bachelorette seasons start in two short weeks, and Reality Steve is coming in hot with the spoilers! Strap in and get ready because you’re about to get some major tea.

    First off, spoiler-happy Steve reported that Clare will kick Yosef Aborady off the show before he even makes it to one of her final two rose ceremonies because he was allegedly calling her names and being disrespectful as hell. From Steve’s details, it sounds like that will be a hell of an episode.

    He also went on to say that ABC knew they were going to replace Clare from the very beginning and had Tayshia quarantining while she was still going on dates. Steve couldn’t reveal his sources on this one, but wow, very sus!

    Now, moving on to Tayshia’s season. We already know who her her first impression rose is going to (Spencer Robertson). However, Spencer didn’t make it to Tayshia’s final four. Instead, Steve’s latest report suggested that her final guys are Ben Smith, Zac Clark, Brendan Morais, and Ivan Hall. Which, um, if these are her final four, that donut theory is looking less and less viable as the days go on.

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    Steve made it clear that he’s not 100 percent positive this will be the case, but he’s pretty damn close. He explained, “I say almost positive because things were done so differently this season. I’m hearing guys outside of final 4 had family/friends brought into the bubble to meet Tayshia, but I’ve been unable to confirm that.”

    But just because these guys might be her final four, that doesn’t mean somebody else can’t swoop in and win. All we know is that her half of the season will be “messy.” Excuse me while I get my Marie Kondo memes ready!

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Gabrielle Union And NBC Settled ‘America’s Got Talent’ Dispute

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Late last year, actress Gabrielle Union filed harassment and discrimination complaints against NBC claiming she was wrongfully terminated. Now, the popular actress has reportedly settled with the network. 

According to CBS News, a joint statement from Union and the network read, “We’ve reached an amicable resolution. NBC Entertainment appreciates the important concerns raised by Gabrielle Union and remains committed to ensuring an inclusive and supportive working environment where people of all backgrounds can be treated with respect.”

In November of 2019, news broke that judges Gabrielle Union and Julianne Hough were abruptly fired from America’s Got Talent after Union reportedly spoke up about a toxic work environment.  Union was allegedly fired from the show after speaking out against “problematic” situations that were taking place behind the scenes, including instances of racism, sexism and more. Variety reported that Union and her co-star Hough received “excessive notes on their physical appearance,” which eventually led to hostility with the production team.

While insiders claim that both women received repeated criticism of their hair, makeup and wardrobe choices, Union, in particular, was allegedly told her hairstyles were “too Black” for the America’s Got Talent audience.

RELATED: Gabrielle Union Fired From ‘America’s Got Talent’ For Speaking Up About Racism And Sexism: Report

Union reportedly received this critique “over half a dozen times.”

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‘Dancing With the Stars’ Producer Reveals Why Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews Were Replaced: The Show ‘Needed to Evolve’

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Quite a choice! Ahead of season 29 of Dancing With the Stars, ABC announced that Tom Bergeron and Erin Andrews would not be returning. Fans — and the hosts themselves — were shocked by the news, but the network felt it was time for a change.

“I think it’s all about evolution. I think any show like this that has been on many, many seasons needs to continue to evolve,” executive producer Andrew Llinares told reporters during ABC’s VirtuFall panel on Wednesday, September 30. “I think changing the host was all about evolution, it was about making the show feel fresh, making it feel new [and] kind of make it reach out — maybe to a new audience as well, as well as the audience that’s been there for years.”

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Llinares also shared his choice to bring in Tyra Banks and only have one host instead of two.

“I think it’s working brilliantly with the one host. I think it’s really refreshed the pace of the show, actually,” he told reporters. “I think it’s taken it to a new pace, in terms of moving faster and just feeling different. I think there’s a real danger when a show’s been on for a long time that the audience almost gets bored of the rhythm. It doesn’t mean there’s anything wrong with it. It just sort of gets a little boring — the rhythm of it. So, I think it’s changed the rhythm of the show in a really exciting way.”

He continued: “Tyra is doing an amazing, amazing job. It’s just so wonderful to have her energy in the ballroom and her expertise as a host in the ballroom. I think I think she’s brought a new life to everything. It’s really exciting.”

Bergeron, 65, who had hosted Dancing With the Stars since its 2005 debut, tweeted the news in July. “Just informed @DancingABC will be continuing without me,” he wrote at the time. “It’s been an incredible 15 year run and the most unexpected gift of my career.”

Shortly after, the network shared the news that both hosts had been axed.

“Nobody wants to be let go when it’s not on their terms, but I do think there’s something on the horizon. I’m definitely working my people to find something and put something on the horizon,” the sportscaster, 42, said earlier this month about being cut. “I really enjoyed being in that space and I think I’m somebody that, you know, as much as I do love sports — I’m a fan of a lot of things, reality TV, I’m just a fan of TV and so, I think that’s why Dancing was a great fit for me because, you know, it was live. You didn’t know what was going to happen.”

Dancing With the Stars airs on ABC Mondays at 8 p.m. ET.

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