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Demi Lovato was involved in a minor fender bender in Los Angeles this week — and the Camp Rock star admits she wasn’t as alert as usual while behind the wheel. “Today hasn’t started off so great,” Demi wrote on her Twitter Tuesday. “I was so sleepy this morning I got in my first […] Continue reading Drowsy Demi Lovato In Fender Bender

Country star Kenny Chesney is feeling the harsh effects of the devastating flood in Nashville.Chesney is one of thousands of Nashville residents sifting through thigh-high water after floodwaters consumed his home this week. Just check out this photo the country crooner posted to his Twitter page this week. His gym is ruined. Chesney also […] Continue reading Kenny Chesney Nashville Home Flooded

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Four billion dollars over four months, four years in a row. Those are figures that might make the ego of “Iron Man” Tony Stark swell even bigger. But the $4 billion is what Hollywood’s studios will be aiming to collect at box offices during their lucrative summer film season that kicks off on Friday, starting four … Continue reading Hollywood eyes another $4 billion summer movie season

Eccentric portrait of Michael Jackson goes unsold at online auction The outlook for the sale of a one-of-a-kind Michael Jackson portrait isn’t thrilling. The auction of a fantastical portrait the King of Pop posed for before his death ended with no bids, according to the auction’s organizer. The painting’s owner had hoped to fetch millions … Continue reading No bids for eccentric Michael Jackson portrait

Former American Idol 2006 semi-finalist Ayla Brown is the newest face joining the roster at CBS’ The Early Show. The daughter of Massachusetts Republican Senator Scott Brown — who is still working toward her Communications degree at Boston College — has been tapped as a contributor who will produce pieces focused on the youth audience for […] Continue reading Ayla Brown “The Early Show” Correspondent