5 things to know this evening: Harvey Weinstein arrested, Nicki Minaj suggests she's dating Eminem, and Spotify changes 'hateful conduct' rule

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

1. Harvey Weinstein is arrested

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Harvey Weinstein, right, appears at his arraignment with lawyer Benjamin Brafman in Manhattan Criminal Court on May 25. (Jefferson Siegel/New York Daily News via AP, Pool)
Harvey Weinstein, right, appears at his arraignment with lawyer Benjamin Brafman in Manhattan Criminal Court on May 25. (Jefferson Siegel/New York Daily News via AP, Pool)

The fallen Hollywood power player turned himself into authorities on charges of sex crimes Friday in New York City. Weinstein, who reportedly faces up to 25 years in prison, was released on $1 million bail with the requirement that he wear a GPS monitor and remain in New York or Connecticut. His lawyer said he would move to dismiss the charges. Meanwhile, ET reports that his ex-wife, Georgina Chapman, is struggling. Read more>>

2. Nicki Minaj says she’s dating Eminem, but…

After a fan asked the “Big Bank” rapper on social media if she and Eminem are dating, Minaj answered simply, “Yes.” While Minaj does rap about him on her new track, some fans suspected she was trolling them with her reply. Read more>>

3. Angelina is back on Jersey Shore

People are still talking about Thursday’s episode of Jersey Shore Family Vacation, when Angelina Pivarnick, who infamously quit the show in 2010, returned. What happened between her and her former nemesis, Mike “the Situation” Sorrentino, wasn’t what anyone expected. Read more>>

4. Spotify walks back decision

Spotify’s leaders have changed their minds about the new misconduct policy. (Photo: Guillaume Payen/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)
Spotify’s leaders have changed their minds about the new misconduct policy. (Photo: Guillaume Payen/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images)

Remember a couple of weeks ago, when Spotify announced plans to remove R. Kelly from its playlists? Well, the company also removed others as part of its new policy not to promote artists accused of misconduct. But after backlash over censorship concerns, it has changed its mind, although Kelly is still out. Read more>>

5. Steve Martin and Martin Short have arrived on Netflix

Steve Martin and Martin Short’s new Netflix special is a welcome showbiz throwback. (Photo: Netflix)
Steve Martin and Martin Short’s new Netflix special is a welcome showbiz throwback. (Photo: Netflix)

Looking for something to watch over the long weekend? The Three Amigos stars’ stage show, An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life, is new on Netflix. And it’s pretty funny. Read more>>

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