If Katy Perry gets her way, Rihanna will appear in the flesh at her upcoming bachelorette party. And she means that literally.
The "I Kissed a Girl" singer revealed in a recent radio interview that she expects her famous pal to peel off her clothes at Perry's big blowout. "I want her to strip at my bachelorette party," Perry, who is engaged to "Get Him to the Greek" star Russell Brand, told Chicago's 103.4 KISS FM's Nina Chantele.
Rihanna, 22, is reportedly hosting the naughty night out, though Perry admitted that the "Rock Star" singer doesn't know about the plan to have her take it all off. "She's gonna get the message right now," 25-year-old Perry said, adding that when it comes to Rihanna's body, she wants to see the whole bit - "[she's] hot!"
Brand and Perry have not announced an official wedding date.
The creator of “Sons of Anarchy” is not taking being called a plagiarist lightly.
Writer and actor Kurt Sutter recently took to his blog in response to former Hell’s Angel biker and now actor Chuck Zito’s claim that FX stole the show idea from him.
Zito has reportedly filed a $5 million lawsuit against the network claiming their show is suspiciously similar to one he came up with a dozen years ago and pitched six years ago. The series follows the exploits of a group of outlaw bikers and stars Charlie Hunnam, Ron Perlman and Katey Sagal.
It’s never a dull moment for Lady Gaga.
If she’s not wearing undergarments to a baseball game or carrying a bloody heart through the snow in her music video, the singer is posing for the cover of Rolling Stone wearing a pair of machine guns - and not much else.
Gaga, who last appeared on Rolling Stone in 2009 wearing her famous bubble getup, is back with what the magazine calls “the most extensive interview the pop star has ever given.”
MamaSox is now a signed artist.
Crystal “MamaSox” Bowersox has signed a deal with 19 Recordings/Jive Records, the company announced on Monday.
The Season 9 American Idol runner-up expressed her gratitude at joining the home of several other past “Idol” contestants. FULL POST
Change is coming to “American Idol.”
The show’s host, Ryan Seacrest, sent a cryptic tweet on Sunday announcing the audition cities as well as a coming announcement.
“Just got audition cities for @americanidol 10: Nashville, Milwaukee, New Orleans, E. Rutherford, Austin & S.F.,” Seacrest posted on Twitter. “Tmrw [sic] announcing a big change!”
Despite a rumor to the contrary that spread around the Internet this morning, rapper The Game is alive, well and promoting his next album.
While a few sites had picked up on the gossip that the artist had been shot late Sunday and had since passed away, his manager told CNN that the rumor is indeed false, adding that “Game flew this morning to Sacramento for part of his promo run.”
Game added in a statement, "All these rumors that I’ve been shot are phony just like half the rappers in the game. I’m still here, promoting my R.E.D. Album, so when it drops, go get it or else you might end up dead like me, haha."
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