Adele has joked that stage fright makes her sick to her stomach, but now the singer is battling a different illness: laryngitis. Update 6/3: Adele announced she had to postpone five tour dates on her sold-out North American tour earlier in the week, but the Brit singer has since canceled the rest of the tour.
According to a statement posted on her website, Adele had to cancel all 9 remaining stops because of ongoing illness. "While resting in Los Angeles, Adele met with an Otolaryngology specialist who determined it was imperative that she take the next few weeks to recover with absolute voice rest," the statement says.
Plans to reschedule are being investigated.
After appearing as part of the ensemble in last year's Emmys opening number, Jane Lynch is finally taking the lead. The "Glee" star will officially host the 63rd annual ceremony on September 18, Fox confirms to CNN.
“I am tickled pink to be hosting the Primetime Emmys on Fox,” Lynch says. “I’m looking forward to singing, dancing and sporting my finest tracksuit.”
Mark Burnett, the show's executive producer, adds that Lynch—who nabbed an outstanding supporting actress in a comedy series Emmy at the 2010 event—will make the ultimate emcee.
She may be a superstar, but just like any mother, Angelina Jolie is concerned about the state of schools today.
"I wish there was a book every parent could read that tells you how to navigate through the school system, and how to tailor the education system for your children and their interests," the mom of six tells the Independent. "I'm personally getting a lot more involved with their different tutors and teachers."
Jolie's children are enrolled in the Lycée programme French schooling system in several different countries, including New York, Prague and Venice.
The gross-out reality competition "Fear Factor" is returning to NBC, but there's good news for the squeamish: The revamped version will be kinder to those without stomachs of steel.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the series, which saw contestants eating worms and drinking rat smoothies while competing for a $50,000 prize, is expected to feature fewer gross-out challenges.
The show is already holding an online casting call, seeking "married couples, siblings, parent/child, best friends, co-workers, teammates, roommates, [and] ex's" from the Los Angeles area.
Though he's made over 70 movies—many of them critically acclaimed dramas—Kevin Bacon will forever be known as the guy from "Footloose."
While the 1984 blockbuster made him famous and turned him into a teen idol, Bacon admits it also hurt his career.
"After 'Footloose' I was on a sort of downslide, and my people were recommending that I only do movies when my name was above the title," the "X-Men: First Class" star tells the June issue of Details.
By now most people have heard Kim Kardashian’s big news that she is engaged to NBA star Kris Humphries! I mean her $2 million engagement ring sparked a frenzy all on its own.
But today, we're learning a little bit more about how the engagement went down. A new trailer for “Keeping Up with the Kardashians” previews the season and leaves us wondering if Kris Humphries’ proposal to Kim was caught on camera. Will the world be granted a front row seat to one of the most private moments of Kim’s life (or what you would think would be one of her most private moments)?
We are asking in our "Showbiz Tonight" flashpoint: Should Kim Kardashian show her marriage proposal on her reality show?
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