Walking by Arc Light Cinemas in Hollywood on Thursday night, one might think they were looking at the red carpet for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
Among those smiling for the cameras were Stevie Nicks, members of Garbage and the Foo Fighters, Motley Crue's Nikki Six and Rick Springfield.
Elvis Presley's legacy remains larger than life, but his daughter Lisa Marie is offering a glimpse at the man she knew him to be.
As revealed in a new set of exhibits at Graceland, even his wallet offers a view of his off-stage life as it contains a photo of his daughter, a bank card and an insurance card.
“Even the King of Rock ‘n Roll had insurance,” says Kevin Kern, Graceland’s communication director.
Most of us know her as the other voice in the Gotye hit, “Somebody That I Used to Know,” but Kimbra is making a splash in the music world on her own, too.
The New Zealand native will release her solo debut, “Vows,” in the U.S. on May 22. And, you can catch her on tour with Foster the People beginning with a show in New York on May 29.
“Somebody That I Used to Know” also isn’t Kimbra’s only high-profile collaboration. Watch the video above to find out what other big names she’s working with in the States, and get a taste of what “Vows” has to offer.
Move over, Mila Kunis.
By now you’ve heard that the "Friends With Benefits" star has agreed to accompany Marine Corps Sgt. Scott Moore to the Marine Corps Ball in Washington on November 18.
Well, now another Marine is getting in on the act. Corporal Kelsey De Santis posted this video asking Kunis' co-star Justin Timberlake to the same event. There’s even a Facebook fan page.
“If you can’t go,” she tells Timberlake, “all I have to say is ‘Cry Me a River.’” Justin, the ball’s in your court.
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