Lady Gaga took a monster of a fall during her concert in Houston on Sunday, but the stumble didn't slow her down at all.
While performing her song "You and I," Gaga was standing with one foot on the keys of her blazing piano and another foot on the piano's bench when she suddenly lost her balance and the bench toppled over, sending Gaga tumbling down onto her back.
Enrique Iglesias, who?
After the singer swiftly denounced reports that he was hitting the road with Britney Spears this summer, the “Femme Fatale” has confirmed that she’s launching an “all female” tour that will include Nicki Minaj.
In addition to the eccentric rapper, Spears will have Jessie and the Toy Boys and Nervo open at every stop on the North American tour. "This is the Femme Fatale tour and I'm thrilled to have the hot Nicki Minaj join me and Jessie and the Toy Boys and Nervo will get everyone on the dance floor," Spears says on her website. "Can't wait to take the Femme Fatales on the road."
After a lengthy spring break, “Chuck” is back and heading into the home stretch of this season’s episodes. Thankfully, the show isn’t going to cram too many big storylines into the time we have left.
Except, that is, for potentially life-changing events for almost every main character. Last night got the ball rolling on four of them.
Let’s get the big one out of the way first: Chuck and Sarah’s impending wedding. Everything’s moving along smoothly, but Sarah nonchalantly asks Chuck to sign a pre-nup. As expected, he starts to freak out about this, but Morgan and Casey convince him to be cool and accept that spies have secrets.
British chef Jamie Oliver has faced resistance before in his crusade to improve school lunches worldwide, but his experience taping the second season of "Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution" in Los Angeles has proven to be quite the challenge.
Oliver and his film crew ended up being banned from filming at all Los Angeles Unified School District schools, and the conflict has become a focal point of the new season, which premieres tonight on ABC.
"I never really expected to be banned from every single school in the district," Oliver said. "My goal is certainly not to fight with the school district."
[Editor's Note: If you have yet to see last night's "House," look out - there are plenty of spoilers below.]
Dr. Remy "Thirteen" Hadley was back on "House" Monday night, and as the most controversial character in the history of the show, it was hard to know what to expect. For one thing, we had no idea where she had been all this time.
Olivia Wilde, of course, had been off working on movies like "Tron: Legacy" and the upcoming "Cowboys & Aliens." She really made the most of her return, though, in what was her best performance ever. All of her scenes opposite Hugh Laurie made this the strongest episode of a very uneven (hopefully not final) season.
Get ready for some purple precipitation, Los Angeles – Prince is headed your way.
The music legend has announced that he’s bringing his “Welcome 2 America Live” tour back to the West coast with a “21 Nite Stand” in L.A. at the Los Angeles Forum on April 14, 21 and 22.
Although special guests haven’t been announced, Prince has jammed with the likes of Cee Lo Green, Sheila E. and Grammy winner Esperanza Spalding, so hopes are high for who he’ll team up with in L.A.
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