Ashli Ellerman

Ashli Ellerman is a Staff Writer at Grit Daily. A graduate of University of Missouri's Columbia School of Journalism, she's a former editor at Vox. She covers music brands and breaking consumer news at Grit Daily.

The Rom Com Fest Will Hit LA For The Second Time

The Rom Com Fest is back this summer for its second year. The Los Angeles based festival will take place this summer from June 25 – June 28. Pop Productions and Dessert Goals founder Miraya Berke started the Rom Com Fest back in 2019, and it was very successful. The Washington Post’s Lisa Bonos called it “a haven for fans who never stopped believing in happily ever after.” The festival screened popular romantic comedies such as “10 Things I Hate About You” and “Never Been Kissed.” It...

The Golden Globes Menu is Now Completely Vegan

For the first time ever, the Golden Globes menu will be 100% vegan. The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is making efforts to better the environment. Instead of your average chicken or steak dinner, the Jan. 5 event is going completely plant-based. According to Variety, executive chef Matthew Morgan, along with 11 other chefs and 120 culinary staff, will make around 10,000 meals on the night of the event. This year’s menu includes a chilled golden beet soup as the appetizer. Then the main...

Justin Bieber Docuseries Will Hit YouTube in January

Justin Bieber isn’t wasting any time in 2020. Just days after Beiber announced his 2020 tour and his new single “Yummy”, the singer revealed his new YouTube docuseries, “Justin Bieber: Seasons,” will premiere on Jan. 27. The series will be 10 parts and will premiere two episodes every Monday and Wednesday. According to Variety, each episode will cost YouTube around $2 million each which equates to $20 million total. So, Bieber’s “Season’s” could very well be YouTube Original Content’s biggest...

Netflix Reveals Most Popular Titles of 2019

Spotify, Billboard, YouTube and countless other platforms have given us insight into the most popular music of the year. Now, Netflix is joining the trend. The streaming platform has released its most popular movies, TV shows and documentaries of 2019. Crime, sci-fi and action content topped the lists, so don’t be surprised if you see more of it in 2020. If Netflix wants to remain on top as the biggest streaming platform, it’ll need to cater to its audience. Netflix’s Top 10 Most...

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