Brad Paisley Stage Accident- Alice Beats Avatar- Katy Smurfette Perry- Fan Not Going Gaga Over Pricey Tickets- The Jonas Brothers Are The Worst- and more
Tim Burton and Johnny Depp's trip down the rabbit hole drew huge crowds, as "Alice in Wonderland" earned a whopping $116.3 million in its opening weekend — a record for a 3-D film and a bigger opening than "Avatar.". more
Katy Perry is reportedly set to voice a character in the forthcoming film adaptation of The Smurfs. The singer, who is engaged to Russell Brand, is in talks to play Smurfette in the live-action/animated film more.
Lady Gaga has announced three more dates for the UK leg of her Monster Ball tour, but some tickets have nearly doubled in price. more. A Live Nation rep claims that "ticket prices are comparable and fair" saying "What was a small arena/theatre production is now a massive, first rate arena production." Remember when tours were about "the music?" more Gotta love monopolies, perhaps Lady Gaga fans should vote with their wallets or follow the example set last week by Metallica fans
Jamaica plans to open a music museum next year that officials say will feature rare pieces from the island's music history, such as the sole album that the late reggae star Bob Marley produced before he gained international fame. more
Singer Ron Banks, a founding member of R&B group the Dramatics, died Thursday (March 4) at his Detroit home of a reported heart attack. He was 58. more
Bow Wow has announced what he has in mind for his next studio project. In a post on his official blog, the rapper told his devotees that he is going to release a double disc album, reasoning he wants to please his male and female fans. more
Miley Cyrus dodged a Razzie win for Worst Actress for her performance in Hannah Montana: The Movie. However, The Jonas Brothers won the Worst Actor award for their performance in Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience.
Stevie Wonder has been officially made Commander of the Arts and Letters at a ceremony in Paris more
More artists have been added to this summer's resurrected Lilith Fair. Kelly Clarkson will appear at the festival, as well as '80s groups The Go-Go's and The Bangles. more
Dizzee Rascal has signed a deal for his autobiography which promises to "lift the lid" on his troubled background. The 24-year-old Londoner will co-write The Dizzee Rascal Story with music journalist Ben Thompson. more
Yes Virginia, originality in Hollywood is indeed long dead and buried: Comedy series Police Academy, which spawned a series of films and a TV show, is set to return to the big screen, reports say. more
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