This week, legendary rock band Queen announced a 19-date tour of the United States featuring a very special frontman: American Idol alum Adam Lambert. The news doesn't come as too great a surprise for those who've followed Lambert's career over the years, as he's performed with the band a handful of times, including at the iHeartRadio Music Festival a few months back. Of course there's no replacing Freddie Mercury — that just isn't going to happen. But there are plenty of reasons to be...Read Full Story
(Getty) So you think you want to be Rihanna's assistant? Fly to exotic locations, party with celebrities, eat and drink the best the world has to offer? Well, sure, that sounds pretty great actually. But don't forget: Being Rihanna's assistant is a job, and every job has its downsides. If you want to be Ri's right-hand (wo)man, you're going to be asked to perform some odd tasks. To be Rihanna's personal assistant is to be her...Official butt inspector.Hairspray patrol:Sled momentum starter...Read Full Story
(Getty Images)Jena Malone plays a complete badass in the Hunger Games franchise, but she's also terrific at showcasing vulnerability — in both film and music, it turns out. This week, Malone and her musical partner Lem Jay Ignacio announced the June 3 release of their band The Shoe's sophomore album, I'm Okay.
According to press materials, it's as personal as it sounds. "This new record means so much more to me because I actually wanted to write songs. I wanted to craft them more than I had...Read Full Story
(Getty Images)Singer Robin Thicke and actress Paula Patton recently put their 20-year relationship on pause, but it's clear that Thicke is determined to win back his wife's affections.
The "Blurred Lines" crooner, who canceled three concerts in the wake of the split, has been very public about his intentions. In addition to telling a paparazzo he was "trying to get her back," Thicke has dedicated a couple of songs to Ms. Patton in concert over the past several days. On Sunday, he even turned...Read Full Story
(Getty Images)In October, an actress by the name of Hollis Jane opened up about her experience as a teddy bear in Miley Cyrus' much-discussed MTV Video Music Awards performance, explaining that she eventually turned down a chance to do a promo tour with the former Disney star because she felt like she was being used as a prop."For the first time I felt truly ashamed of being a little person. We were being used simply because we were little," Jane wrote. "It felt like society still saw us as a...Read Full Story