Relax, Jennifer Lawrence definitely washes her hands after the bathroom
Attention people of the universe: Jennifer Lawrence is not an unhygienic bathroom maniac. She washes her hands after going to the bathroom, just like everyone else — or at least, that’s what Jennifer had to confirm for some reason on her Facebook. It started from a rumor which may have accidentally originated from J-Law herself after she tried to prank her Hunger Games costars Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth.
Nick Jonas and Khloe Kardashian Believe in UFOs
Last weekend, there were some weird flashing lights in the sky in Southern California. The U.S. Navy said it was a Trident missile test, but some people aren’t buying it. Khloe Kardashian tweeted, “UFOs are real! Tripping out. Kendall [Jenner] and I are spazzing out!” After the Navy’s explanation, she added, “Of course…the government doesn’t want to admit that we are not alone.
Johnny Depp: ‘I was very nearly fired from ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean”
Disney executives, the actor recalled in an interview with Reveal, were baffled by his eccentric performance as Captain Jack Sparrow, which he famously based on The Rolling Stones legend Keith Richards. “They couldn’t understand what I was doing. You know? To the point where Disney wanted to – wanted to fire me. They didn’t understand the character. They were actually contemplating subtitling the film,” Depp said.
Robin Williams’ will prevents Disney from using his voice in future Aladdin movies
During the making of 1991’s Aladdin, a large chunk of material from Robin Williams’ “Genie” recording sessions was left on the cutting room floor. Disney had apparently held onto those archives and hoped to eventually incorporate them into a sequel. However, as the New York Post notes, Disney has now abandoned those plans after learning Williams’ will prevents the use of his “name, taped performances or voice recordings for 25 years after his death.”
Aerosmith Feels ‘A Little Bit Abandoned’ by Steven Tyler Solo Project, Brad Whitford Says
Scratch Aerosmith off the list of groups planning to tour in 2016 — at least in North America. The group was slated to play in both early 2016 and during the summer, but that’s been put on ice by frontman Steven Tyler and his solo album plans, according to guitarist Brad Whitford. “Steven doesn’t want to do it,” Whitford, who’s readying a new album of his own with Ted Nugent singer/guitarist Derek St. Holmes, tellsBillboard. “It’s unfortunate. We kind of feel a little bit abandoned by him.
71 Cover Songs That Are Infinitely Better Than The Original
Check out these songs that are surprisingly covered my another artist and are my favorable to listen to.