The Red Hot Chili Peppers will live-stream their show at the pyramids in Egypt. (Full Story)
Nicki Minaj referred to Kenneth Petty as her “husband”. Does it mean anything? Do you care? (Full Story)
Jose Canseco’s ex-wife says she’s not sleeping with Alex Rodriguez. (Full Story)
Samuel L. Jackson tells “Esquire” that he doesn’t care if people stop seeing his movies because of his politics…because, “I already cashed that check.”
He also did a video where he reads lines from classic romantic comedies. (Full Story)
(Warning: The video contains profanity.)
There’s a yearly festival in the California desert dedicated to the “Mad Max” universe…and it looks way cooler than Burning Man. (Full Story)
The Utah Jazz fan who heckled Russell Westbrook has been banned from Jazz home games. And it sounds like he may have said something racist. (Full Story)
Joey Fatone loved his time on “The Masked Singer” so much, he got a
tattoo of his bunny costume.
Someone is finally making a movie out of the Stephen King / Peter Straub novel “The Talisman”. (Full Story)
Judge Judy is getting a lifetime achievement award at the “Daytime Emmys”. (Full Story)
In the promo for her new Netflix special, Amy Schumer claims she’s “done being dirty”…then vomits.
(Careful: If fake puke grosses you out, don’t watch this. Also, she says “vag” and “take a dump.”)
The Catholic Church wants an apology from Pete Davidson for comparing the church to R. Kelly. (Full Story)
Chicago Police did a wellness check at R. Kelly’s pad in Trump Tower, after getting a tip that people there were allegedly going to carry out a suicide pact. It sounds like it was a hoax. Meanwhile, Kelly’s publicist thinks his on-camera meltdown may have helped him.
A musical based on the songs of Britney Spears is coming to Broadway. (Full Story)
The Jonas Brothers got their first #1 hit, and Nick Jonas’ wife Priyanka Chopra got a $200,000 Mercedes. (Full Story)
Lupe Fiasco’s 16-year-old sister is missing. (Full Story)
Not long after John Bonham’s death, Jimmy Page recorded some music with Alan White and Chris Squire of Yes. It’s never seen the light of day, but White still hopes it will. (Full Story)
Jack White’s Raconteurs have announced their first show in eight years. (Full Story)
We all remember the 1986 flick “Never Too Young to Die”, right? That’s the one where Gene Simmons plays a hermaphrodite villain in drag who fights John Stamos. Sound familiar? Sure it does.
(Careful: The video clip contains some questionable language.)
Here’s a full trailer for “Aladdin”. I’m thinking Will Smith’s Genie isn’t so bad in context.