Just because Madonna's known for being risque doesn't mean she appreciates it when her daughter Lourdes tries to push the boundaries.
The Material Mom has warned her 15-year-old daughter to watch her hemlines in the past, and when Lourdes was recently caught smoking a cigarette, Madge was not pleased.
In an interview with NBC's "Rock Center," Madonna admitted that she "wasn't very happy" when she found out.
The long-awaited "Dance Duel" occurred on last night's "Dancing with the Stars" results show, but singer/songwriter Gavin DeGraw seemed to know his fate long before the "duelers" were revealed.
DeGraw joked before and after Monday's so-so samba that he'd likely be one of the "duelers." Then, after he and Jaleel White were revealed to be the celebrities with the lowest vote totals, DeGraw noted to host Tom Bergeron that White was "more talented."
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Finally, after DeGraw, White and their partners faced off in a cha-cha battle, the judges told the singer/songwriter that he was going home.
The band Guns N' Roses was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame over the weekend despite Axl Rose's decision not to attend, and now the rocker has one more thing to say about the ceremony: He's sorry.
Via his Twitter account, Rose has offered a mea culpa to the city of Cleveland, Ohio,which hosts the event.
"I would like to apologize to Cleveland, Ohio, for not apologizing to them beforehand for not attending [the ceremony] in their city," he wrote, referring to his initial letter to the Hall.
Quite a few of us around here are counting down the days until "The Avengers" opens wide, and we're certainly not alone: The movie's tracking to pull in more than $150 million when it opens on May 4, and movie ticket e-retailer Fandango.com reports that its visitors have pegged the film as the most anticipated of the summer.
The website polled "thousands of moviegoers on their must-see list for the biggest movie season of the year," Fandango said, and "The Avengers" came out on top among movies picked by both men and women.
But when you break down the anticipation along gender lines, men are more interested in seeing July's "The Dark Knight Rises," while women are waiting for Kristen Stewart's "Snow White and the Huntsman" to open in June, which also stars "Avengers" actor Chris Hemsworth.
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