Quickies: Britney Spears, Rihanna & ?Forbes? ?30 Under 30? List

BRITNEY SPEARS REVEALS HOW SHE SPENT HER 38TH BIRTHDAY: Britney Spears is giving fans a peek inside her 38th birthday celebrations. The singer took to Instagram to post a video of how she spent her big day in Miami. “It’s my Bday Bitches 😳😳😜😜😜,” she captioned it. The clips feature her epic cake as well as herself and her boyfriend Sam Asghari at the beach, bowling, ice skating at the Edition Hotel, taking in some sand sculpture art, and more.

RIHANNA ACCEPTS FASHION AWARDS HONOR FROM JANET JACKSON: Rihanna was honored by Janet Jackson at the 2019 Fashion Awards in London. Rihanna received the Urban Luxe Award for her fashion house Fenty at the awards show Monday. Jackson presented Rihanna with the award, which honors a contemporary apparel brand that elevates the concept of casual. “You’re loved for your style, you’re respected as an artist, entrepreneur and for the first black woman to start a brand with LVMH,” Jackson told Rihanna. Rihanna partnered with LVMH, the world’s largest luxury group, this year to relaunch Fenty as a luxury fashion house. Rihanna is the first woman to create an original brand at LVMH and the first woman of color to head an LVMH maison.

LIL NAS X, NORMANI, LAUV MAKE ‘FORBES’ ‘30 UNDER 30’ LIST: Lil Nas X, Normani and Lauv are among the musicians who’ve made Forbes’ annual “30 Under 30” list of the brightest young stars in showbiz. Lil Nas X earned the honor based on his genre-smashing, record-setting hit “Old Town Road,” which has earned him an estimated $14 million. As for Normani, Forbes says her duet with Sam Smith, “Dancing with a Stranger,” was “world’s most-played radio track in 2019.” The musicians on the list were was chosen by rapper 21 Savage, The Chainsmokers, artist manager Adriana Arce and songwriter Mickey Shiloh. Others on the list include Da Baby, Megan Thee Stallion, Tierra Whack, Illenium, Tyler, The Creator, Maggie Rogers, King Princess, Chloe X Halle, Summer Walker, Teyana Taylor, Jon Bellion, Billie Eilish’s brother/collaborator Finneas O’Connell, Maluma, and country stars Luke Combs and Carly Pearce. Billie Eilish isn’t on the list because you can’t be on it twice, and she was on last year’s Forbes list.