Billboard's Hot 100 

Beyoncé has her foot on the neck of the charts and it doesn't seem like she's letting up anytime soon after scoring her eighth No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 with Break My Soul. The song was streamed 19 million times over the last week, and it got an added boost from remixes featuring, Honey Dijon, and perhaps the biggest of them all, Madonna. The number one helped Beyoncé secure the Billboard triple crown on the Artist 100, Hot 100, and the Billboard 200. Other tracks rounding out the Hot 100 top five were Lizzo at No. 2 with About Damn Time, Harry Styles' As it Was slipped to the third spot, Kate Bush landed at four with Running Up That Hill, and Drake, Future, and Tems hold the fifth spot with Wait For You.

Live-Action Pac-Man

A live-action Pac-Man movie is currently being developed. It's a joint project between video game developer Wayfarer Studios and Sonic The Hedgehog producer Chuck Williams. The game first rose to popularity in the U.S. in 1980, eventually spun off into another arcade hit, Ms. Pac-Man, and even garnered two television shows.

Kenan Thompson to MC the Emmys

Actor and comedian Kenan Thompson has been tapped to be the master of ceremonies at the 2022 Emmy Awards. Thompson is headed into his 20th season at SNL and is currently the show's longest-tenured cast member in its 47-year history. The awards are set to stream on Peacock and NBC on September 12.

Serena to Call It a Career

It's been nearly 30 years since Serena Williams began her professional tennis career and it seems that this chapter of her life is ending sooner than later. In an in-depth interview with Vogue, the 40-year-old announced that she is inching closer toward retirement. It's been a decorated career for the veteran, to say the least, as she has won 23 grand slams — the most in the open era. The next chapter, according to Williams, will focus more on motherhood, running her various businesses, and spending more time with family. She's set to make her final attempt at Grand Slam number 24 at the 2022 U.S. Open.

RIP Olivia Newton-John

Actor and singer Olivia Newton-John passed away at the age of 73 succumbing to breast cancer, a diagnosis she had been dealing with since 1992. Newton-John was most known for her roles in the musicals Xanadu and Grease, the latter co-starring John Travolta who took to Instagram and posted, "My dearest Olivia, you made all of our lives so much better. Your impact was incredible. I love you so much. We will see you down the road and we will be together again. Yours from the first moment I saw you and forever. Your Danny, your John!" Newton-John's family is asking fans to donate to the Olivia Newton-John Foundation fund instead of sending flowers.