Arson investigators in Long Island are complaining that they can’t get an interview with 50 Cent about the “suspicious fire” that destroyed the house his son and ex-girlfriend were living in. The MC was trying to evict them at time of the blaze.
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Janet Jackson bared one of her breasts during the 2004 Super Bowl. Having acknowledged this, we may now discuss the singer’s new lingerie line, The Pleasure Principle. “I’ve always hated when lingerie is uncomfortable…” The Superbowl proved that.
Will Avril Lavigne get to sex up Malaysia? On Thursday concert organizers will meet with ministry officials, who decided the planned date for her performance (August 29th) was too close the country’s independence day. Earlier, politicians complained that Lavigne’s act was “too sexy,” what with all the bare armpits and hopping.
LeRoi Moore, saxophonist and founding member of the Dave Matthews Band, died yesterday at a hospital in Hollywood from sudden complications stemming from his June ATV accident on his farm near Charlottesville, Virginia.
The object of Alanis Morissette‘s angst in her hit song “You Oughta Know” is none other than Joey from Full House. In an interview with the Calgary Herald, Dave Coulier admits he is the muse for the angry break-up song. The actor, best known for his role as the BFF of the father of Michelle Tanner (played by baby Olsen twins Mary-Kate and Ashley) who comes to help raise her on the TV series, said he first heard the song while driving.
“I said, ‘Wow, this girl is angry.’”
Pete loves John. John loves Kanye. Pete loves Kanye. John loves Pete. Over at Scandalist, they’re crowning a new group of hyper-obnoxious oversharers. The mutual appreciation society that is John Mayer, Pete Wentz and Kanye West will henceforth be known as the Blog Hogs — like the Rat Pack with less talent. Or the Frat Pack without Will Ferrell.
Solange Knowles is dropping a new disc in two weeks, and she wants you to know she’s nothing like her sister. In a revealing interview with Blender magazine, the single mom spills the beans on how she likes to spend her Friday nights, her vices, and how she’s “strictly dickly.”
Britney Spears, VMA host Russell Brand, and a 900-pound “elephant in the room” filmed a promo for the MTV awards show, creating further buzz that the pop star will return this year in an attempt to redeem herself after 2007′s lackluster performance. In the promo, Russell suggests there is sexual tension between them, but Britney shrugs, “I didn’t feel any tension.”
Britney’s “Piece of Me” has been nominated this year for “Moonmen” statues in the Best Female and Best Pop Video categories, but her attendance has not been confirmed.
Tune in to the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards on Sept. 7 at 9PM ET. [Photo:Getty Images]
The lead track from Pink‘s upcoming album proves one thing: never date a rock star. Pink crafted “So What,” which leaked online today, to show that she’s slowly getting over ex-husband and motocross biker Carey Hart. In the song, Pink (real name Alecia Moore) uses her beefy voice to taunt Carey (a.k.a., the “tool”) by spewing playground-sounding rhymes over anthem-rock instrumentals — and we’re guessing teenage girls will eat it up.
“I guess I just lost my husband. I don’t know where he went. So I’m going to drink my money. I’m not going to pay his rent. I got a brand new attitude and I’m going to wear it tonight. I’m going to get in trouble. I’m going to start a fight.”
Then, the chorus, “So what. I’m still a rock star.” Later in the song, she helps explain the reason the two divorced last February after two years of marriage by directly addressing him: “You weren’t there. You never were.”