The European TV star who crashed the Grammys, Vitalii Sediuk, is in deep laýno, as they say in Ukrainian. He took the stage at the Grammies when Jennifer Lopez was presenting Adele with her statuette.
“It’s such an honor to receive this award,” he said. “I love you, Adele.” Read More
Even though Frank Ocean took the high road and decided not to press charges against Chris Brown for alleged assault last month, Brown refused to join the standing ovation that Ocean received at the Grammys on Sunday. Read More
Britney Spears’ ex-manager Sam Lutfi is suing her for libel, but he also claims that her drug use was a big part of the problem.
Lutfi’s lawyer has alleged that Spears used crystal meth, and she shaved her head in an effort to rid herself of amphetamine-laced hair. Read More
Now that season four of “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” draws to a close, let us carefully digest the implications.
First, we have the revelation of Melissa Gorga’s alleged stripper past. Bada-bing! Then, we found out that Jacqueline Laurita’s son has been diagnosed with autism, which will still make him better behaved than her spoiled brat daughter, Ashley. Read More
It’s been five years since former Semisonic bandleader Dan Wilson released his self-produced “Free Life” debut for Rick Rubin’s American Records.Though in no rush to release a second album, he is working on new material. Read More
The Grammy Awards must have had no idea how lucky they were to choose LL Cool J as their host: The rapper-actor struck exactly the right tone as he honored Whitney Houston without letting her death completely overshadow the ceremony. Read More
She likely won't get "21," but Adele is poised to take the biggest share of nods when the Grammy nominations are announced Wednesday night.The British singer-songwriter has had a great year, thanks to her sophomore album, "21." The mournful album about a failed relationship is the year's best-selling disc with over 4.5 million copies sold. It has resulted in two smash singles, "Rolling in the Deep" and "Someone Like You." Read More
Talk about a surreal turn of events. Who knew, when 2011 quietly kicked off with the release of “21,” the sophomore record from a then-unknown-in-America British diva named Adele, that the year itself would soon belong to her? Read More
So close, but yet so far. When soulful British diva Adele was recently forced to cancel a handful of June dates due to an unexpected bout with laryngitis, it looked like the North American tour would actually kick back in just in time for her Greek Theatre date in Berkeley. No such luck. Read More
There are in-demand songwriters all over the world. And then there’s Ryan Tedder. The OneRepublic frontman has penned some stunning standards with his own Denver-based outfit, to be sure, like their breakthrough ballad “Apologize,” plus “Stop And Stare” and the recent classical-inspired minuet “All The Right Moves.” But those are just the first few tentative entries in his now-overflowing composition book. Read More