5 things to know this evening: Sandra Bullock talks Harvey Weinstein, Michael Jackson musical coming to Broadway, and Willie Nelson reaches out to Trump

Good evening! Catch up on your pop culture news with our roundup of today’s top stories.

1. Sandra Bullock talks Harvey Weinstein

Sandra Bullock attends the U.K. Ocean’s 8 premiere in London on June 13. (Photo: Mike Marsland/Mike Marsland/WireImage)

“I heard about Harvey, and I was afraid of him,” the Ocean’s 8 star said of the disgraced movie mogul in a new interview with the Sunday Times. “I wasn’t asked to be in that world. I learned early on to shut things off so those things didn’t come my way. I only heard what Harvey wanted people to hear, and that made me so f***ing angry.” Read more>>

2. Michael Jackson musical coming to Broadway

Michael Jackson performs in concert in 1986. (Photo: Kevin Mazur/WireImage)

Michael Jackson’s estate is working with Columbia Live Stage and an acclaimed creative team to develop a show inspired by the pop star’s life. Of course, his treasure trove of songs will be highlighted in the musical. Look for it on Broadway in 2020. Read more>>

3. Chrissy Teigen steams her vagina

In Tuesday’s TMI category, Gwyneth Paltrow would most certainly approve of Chrissy Teigen’s latest beauty treatment. While the steaming procedure made for a pretty funny photo, health experts say it’s a waste of time. Read more>>

4. Willie Nelson invites President Trump on a border detention center tour

Willie Nelson performs at a Farm Aid benefit concert on March 14 in Texas. (Photo: Gary Miller/Getty Images)

Plenty of celebrities are tweeting about and at President Trump, criticizing his administration’s policy of separating immigrant parents from their children at the border. Willie Nelson took a different approach in a tweet sent from his wife’s account and verified by the singer’s publicist. Read more>>

5. Iggy Azalea explains why her photos are getting racier

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But if you think Iggy Azalea’s been flashing too much flesh over the past few weeks, you probably shouldn’t be following her social media accounts. As she explained on Twitter, she’s sharing artsy photos as a way to cope with depression and anxiety. Read more>>

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