Selena Gomez is going to have a movie career no matter how many times she has to hit repeat-peat-peat-peat-peat-peat.
Per Deadline, Gomez (better known as *DYING* OMG WHY IS JUSTIN BIEBER DATING HER *DYING*) will produce a big-screen adaptation of “The Sky Is Everywhere,” a young adult novel by Jandy Nelson about a high school band geek who has her world torn apart when her older sister dies suddenly. Gomez and… Continue reading Selena Gomez In 'The Sky Is Everywhere'? Actress, Singer Will Produce YA Adaptation, Potentially Star
Sad news from Hollywood to start 2012: Kaye Stevens, an actress and singer best known for her association with the Rat Pack, died on Wednesday following complications due to breast cancer. She was 79.
Stevens, born Catherine Louise Stephens in Pittsburgh, began her career as a singer and dummer. She married band leader Tommy Amato and performed with him throughout the U.S.; during a stop in New… Continue reading Kaye Stevens Dead: Singer, Actress and Rat Pack Performer Dies at 79
If Marcus Canty’s performance of “I’m Going Down” on “The X Factor” wasn’t up to snuff on Wednesday (Nov. 9), he has a pretty good reason. He was diagnosed with tonsillitis and laryngitis 24 hours before.
The 20-year-old singer says that he first noticed the problem during rehearsal earlier in the week. After a… Continue reading 'X Factor': Marcus Canty diagnosed with tonsillitis and laryngitis; Singer will continue
Weird Al Yankovic is best known for spoofing famous songs (‘Fat,’ ‘Amish Paradise’ and ‘It’s All About the Pentiums’ are some of our favorites), but he’s also written and starred in movies and television shows. (‘UHF,’ FTW.) When he isn’t doing all that, however, he apparently wanders the hallowed halls of Pixar studios. At least according to this photo tweeted by director Lee Unkrich (‘Toy Story 3,’ ‘Finding… Continue reading Weird Al Yankovic Pixar Photo: Singer Stops by Famed Animation Studio
The estranged father of singer Charice Pempengco was stabbed to death in her hometown in the Philippines
The teen star, best known in the U.S. for her recurring role on Glee, apologized to fans for having to pull out of shows scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday in Singapore so she could travel home to the Philippines.
“I am not going to be there to be part of David Foster and Friends concert,” she said… Continue reading ‘Glee’ singer Charice’s father killed in Philippines