Nick Cannon Is Probably Done with Marriage Because Of Mariah
Nick Cannon was married to Mariah Carey for over six years. He’s single now and even though he’s only 35 years old, he, “highly doubts” that he’ll ever get married again. He says, “I feel like marriage isn’t for everyone. A friend of mine put it the funniest way. He said, ‘If you heard that there was a 50/50 chance of living or dying when you jump out of a plane, you probably wouldn’t go skydiving.’
Lindsay Lohan screamed racist slurs, spat in barfly’s face
Lindsay Lohan spat racist comments at a Manhattan bartender — then literally spat in the face of a customer who tried to intervene in the dispute, the worker said Sunday. The bartender told The Post that Lohan and her sister, Ali, spent about 20 minutes in the bathroom of VBar in Greenwich Village on Friday night when he finally knocked on the door and asked the pair to leave.
Vontaze Burfict suspended 3 games for safety violations, will appeal
Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict has been suspended for the first three games of the 2016 season for repeated violations of player-safety rules, the NFL announced Monday night. The fourth-year player will appeal, a source told ESPN’s Adam Caplan.
Anthony Hopkins regrets playing Dr. Hannibal Lecter three times
Anthony Hopkins has admitted he regrets reprising his role as Dr. Hannibal Lecter after The Silence of the Lambs was released. The Welsh actor, who won an Academy Award for his role as the cannibalistic serial killer in the 1991 original, later appeared as Lecter again in the 2001 sequel,Hannibal, and the 2002 prequel, Red Dragon.
‘Star Wars’ Han Solo Spinoff: Actor Shortlist Revealed
Disney and Lucasfilm are inching closer to finding their young Han Solo for the upcoming untitled “Star Wars” spinoff. Sources tell Variety that after seeing thousands of actors, execs have cut the list down to about a dozen actors with Miles Teller, Ansel Elgort, Dave Franco, Jack Reynor, Scott Eastwood, Logan Lerman, “Brooklyn” star Emory Cohen and “Everybody Wants Some” actor Blake Jenner among the names making the cut.
‘We Had So Many Good Times Together’: Mick Jagger, Madonna and Paul McCartney Lead All-Star Tributes to David Bowie
Paul McCartney, Madonna and Mick Jagger are among a slew of stars posting tributes to music legend David Bowie following the news that he has had died at 69 after a battle with cancer. Madonna posted a string of heartfelt messages on her Twitter account paying tribute to the late singer.
Why the NY Times Said ‘It’s a Good Time to Be David Bowie’ a Day After He Died
Just 24 hours after pop icon David Bowie passed away from cancer at the age of 69, the New York Times published a story leading with, “It’s a good time to be David Bowie,” and the paper is getting lambasted for it. However, a New York Times spokesperson told TheWrap that the article was written before Bowie died on Sunday. “The paper had gone to print with the Arts, Briefly item before news of Bowie’s death broke,” the spokesman said.
Harry Styles gets lessons from Adele’s vocal coach
HARRY Styles is having singing lessons as he gears up to launch a solo career. The 21-year-old singer-songwriter has been performing with One Direction for five years but clearly thinks his voice could do with a bit of fine tuning before he goes it alone, The Sun reported. The group went on an indefinite hiatus last month and now he’s seeking lessons from vocal coach to the stars Ron Anderson, who has worked with Adele, Leona Lewis and Alicia Keys.