Could you people over in the bushes stop rustling the leaves, we’re trying to listen to some music over here!
Those people behind the foliage would be Victoria and David Beckham and the rest of their clan, who were attempting to conceal themselves at a Jonas Brothers concert at the Grove in L.A. this weekend. The family did emerge from the brush eventually to jam to JoBros classics, while the band bopped around and played with special guests like The Wonder Girls. The free concert kicked off the brothers’ summer tour and featured some new tunes from their upcoming album.
Check out more pics of the Jonases and the Beckhams in our gallery from the show.
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The Black Eyed Peas might be the biggest band in the world right now, but we’re still not smitten with their brand of generi-pop that can be used just as easily to sell cars as it can be to go crazy on the dancefloor. You know who does love them though? The world’s most boring celebrities.
At the BEP concert last night in L.A., some of the most blah celebs you can imagine were on hand to get it started (or retarded, depending on if you like the explicit lyrics). Do you want some Katherine Heigl, out on date night with hubby Josh Kelley? You got it. A bunch of guys from Desperate Housewives? They were there too. What about the guy who’s famous for being an ex-husband, Tom Arnold? Yup. And of course we already told you about Justin Bieber and his self-tannerific girlfriend. There’s no common denominator among all these bland stars (although the fact that several of them are on ABC series’ makes us wonder if the network pumps the Peas into the studios), just an apparent love for every volume of Now That’s What I Call Music. [Photos: SplashNewsOnline]
Boo! The planned tribute shows to Michael Jackson, which would have taken place at the O2 Arena over his 51st birthday dates, are off. Organisers AEG shelved the plans in London after failing to secure some marquee names like Justin Timberlake or Leona Lewis, in time for the August 29 concert.
Sources claim that the reason the tribute gig didn’t happen was due to tensions between the concert organizers and the Jackson family, who partly blame Jackson’s ill health on the stress of preparing for the comeback dates. However, a tribute concert will be taking place in Vienna, Austria (huh?) and a 3D film released of Jackson’s rehearsal footage for the “This Is It” extravaganza on October 30th. [Photo: Splash News Online]