Investigators are currently piecing together what happened in the incident, which occurred outside the Lowes Hollywood Hotel on Hollywood Boulevard, reports the L.A. Times.
Dolph was shot multiple times during a confrontation with three men, said LAPD Officer Mike Lopez. Dolph fell to the ground, was shot by the attackers and proceeded to run into a nearby Shoe Palace store. Two of the men escaped the scene on foot while one fled in a gold Cadillac Escalade. Read morehere.
Cohen got off to a throwback start when he asked Fergie what it was like to kiss Mario Lopez--with whom she starred on Kids Incorporated in the '80s.
Fergie gave Lopez a rating of 10 for his kissing skills. "He was a player. He was a lil player," she recalled. Then Andy asked Fergie to name her least favorite Josh Duhamel (her recently estranged husband) project. She said she loves shows like Las Vegas and movies like Win a Date With Tad Hamilton but could do without her ex's crude group text messages with his buddies which involve "toilet talk."
Finally, Cohen asked Fergie what it was like to date Justin Timberlake for a minute in the early 2000s. She pled the fifth on that question--insisting it "wasn't that serious." Watch the delightfully nosy interviewhere.
The tour dates are scheduled to kick off on January 5th in Minneapolis, MN, with shows scheduled through February 28, when she performs in Honolulu, Hawaii.
It seems apparent that more dates will be announced, as some very notable cities (including her beloved Los Angeles) are absent from this first round of shows. Venues are also currently TBD. See the current slate of tour dateshere.
The bouncy, country-infused track featuring Parton is slated to appear on the singer's upcoming album Younger Now, due out this Friday, September 29.
The Voice coach has previously shared "Week Without You," "Younger Now" and the acoustic-driven lead single "Malibu." Check out the preview of "Rainbowland"here.
According to Billboard the initial release of the series, The First Five Years, is set to debut on Nov. 14, and will feature Brooks reminiscing about how his rise in country music began.
The hardcover 240-page tome promises 150 never before seen photos. There will also be music to soundtrack the project. The 5 CD set features 52 songs, 19 of which are new, unreleased or demo versions. Read morehere.
"The absolute idiocy of this scene is that we're robbing a streaming company as if they have a vault of cash and all the girls are shoving money into their really well-coordinated, primary color, awesome Gucci outfits wearing ridiculous kitten masks," she says.
Suddenly, she realizes something. Swift picks up a kitten mask and says, "Obviously, if it was, like [my cat] Olivia, though, she'd be like, here (she folds down the ear on the mask), which we should've thought of."
But even Swift can't think of everything, "We really, really should've stapled her ears. Why?! God, you get the best ideas after it's too late." Check out the goofy cliphere.
SZA's tour launched late last month and North American dates are scheduled through December 20 in Chicago. Then, she'll head to Australia for a series of shows that begin January 6 in Brisbane.
In addition to touring for the critically acclaimed Ctrl, SZA has been featured recently on Lorde's "Homemade Dynamite" remix and Maroon 5's "What Lovers Do." She has also announced that she is preparing to release a deluxe version of Ctrl.
See fan footage of the performance, which contains explicit language,here.
Nine-year-old Tatum Schulte has been fighting osteosarcoma, a form of bone cancer, since 2015. She has braved chemotherapy, radiation treatments and had her leg amputated below the knee.
Lambert learned of the young girl's battle and that she was a fan, so she sent along a sweet video message to lift her spirits. "Hey Tatum, it's Miranda Lambert, I heard you're a big fan and you're a Texas girl," Lambert said in the video. "I just wanted to tell you 'Hello' and that my thoughts and prayers are with you. You're tough and you're brave just like Texas girls should be. I'm sending you all the hugs and kisses in the world." Watch the video below. Read morehere.
Morris also shared a live performance photo and a candid backstage shot on the Instagram post. "Thank you for being a part of this tour. You're so talented and strong," reads the handwritten note. "You have a presence that draws people towards you. Own it and use it for good. I won't forget this summer. God bless."
The pair spent a big chunk of 2017 touring together, playing shows from June through September. Check out the sweet posthere.
"The dress was the easy part. Everything has been easy," the 24-year old told People. "I have the dress. We have the place. We have the plane ticket. We're ready to go."
Before the wedding bells start ringing though, Ballerini says the two have business of their own to take care of. "He has a single to put out, I have an album to put out beforehand, so we're both very busy," she said. Read morehere.
The course of the original Witness live stream back in June was packed with unexpected and controversial highlights, from Perry breaking down in tears during a therapy session to dinner guests Amanda Seales and Caitlyn Jenner getting into a heated debate over race. Watch the trailerhere.
As expected, he earned a bulk of that money from revenues outside of music sales. A large chunk of that change was derived from the massive Bad Boy reunion tour, and Combs selling off a portion of his Sean Jean clothing company, netting the mogul an estimated $70 million.
Combs is followed on the list by usual suspects Drake ($94 million) and JAY-Z ($42 million). Nicki Minaj is the only woman on the list ($16 million), while the 21-year-old Lil Yachty is the youngest ($11 million). See the top 20 of the listhere.
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