Wilson Phillips might have largely disappeared after the height of their popularity in the 1990s but they’ve never truly disappeared from pop culture. With movies like Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle and Bridesmaids celebrating the group’s iconic hit “Hold On” audiences have a renewed interest in the trio – and TV Guide Network wants to capitalize on it.
It’s being reported that the channel will begin producing a reality TV series that will follow Chynna Phillips, Carnie Wilson and her sister, Wendy Wilson, as they attempt to launch a comeback. Carnie had some insights into what viewers will see on the show: "Between touring, recording a new CD and raising nine children, the show promises love, laughter and head bumping!"[…] Read more »
Amy Winehouse’s death may not have been shocking but it does remain shrouded in mystery, leaving her fans around the world wondering about her life leading up to that sad and fateful day. While her struggles with drug and alcohol abuse are widely documented, her autopsy proved that there were no illegal substances in her system (although, alcohol was present) and that her cause of death could not be determined. The coroner did, however, suspect that she might have died from “a violent of unnatural death” and an inquest is expected to begin this October.
Winehouse’s oft outspoken father, Mitch, her mother, Janis, brother, Alex and boyfriend, Reg Traviss, will be appearing on the premiere episode of Anderson Cooper’s daytime talk show. […] Read more »
According to Soulja Boy’s media representative Debby Coda, the “Crank That” rapper’s new album “Respect My Hustle” will not contain the controversial song “Let’s Be Real,” in which he has dissed the US Army and law enforcement agencies.
She then told TMZ that Soulja Boy’s team and his record label are both in the process of taking the music video offline, although once something appears on the internet, it rarely vanishes completely.
Coda further said that her client wasn’t expecting such a massive public outcry when he uploaded the video on YouTube. She also hinted that the ill-advised music video wasn’t the record company’s idea and actually Soulja Boy acted out of his own will and made it.[…] Read more »
Disbanding in 2006, New Order recently decided to reunite for two benefit concerts. But, the Manchester, U.K., band is getting together sans one member, bassist Peter “Hooky” Hook, who split on less-than-good terms five years ago. At the time, Hook had even said about the band: “You are no more New Order than I am! You may have two thirds, but don't assume you have the rights to do anything 'New Order-ey', because you don't.”
Remaining two original bandmates frontman Bernard Sumner and drummer Stephen Morris went on to form Bad Lieutenant. With Morris and Sumner is former keyboardist Gillian Gilbert, who last played with New Order in 2001 for their comeback album Get Ready. In place of Hook is Bad Lieutenant member Tom Chapman.[…] Read more »
Although no release date has been announced, Enrique Iglesias and Jennifer Lopez recently recorded a duet, according to producer DJ Frank E. Behind Iglesias’ song “Tonight (I’m Loving You),” DJ Frank E wrote in several parts on Twitter yesterday: “New Enrique and J Lo coming soon!! […]you're gonna love it! […]it's true... New original duet :) […] The new EI & J Lo song is called ‘Mouth2Mouth’ […]yes! You gotta hear it!!”
Lil Wayne has a lot to celebrate. His new album, “Tha Carter IV” shot up to the top of the Billboard 200 chart, moving 964,000 copies in its first week (according to Nielsen SoundScan) which was more than enough to debut at number one. This is the best performance of a hip-hop album since Lil Wayne’s 2008 effort, “The Carter III” which moved 1.01 million copies in its first seven days. As if that wasn't impressive enough, 362,000 copies of “Tha Carter IV” were downloaded which makes it the second largest digital sales week of all time. […] Read more »
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