For alt-rock fans with long memories, Johnny Depp isn’t just a world-famous actor, he’s also the guy who played guitar and bass for Butthole Surfer frontman Gibby Haynes’ short-lived group P. But for pretty much everyone else, the sight of Depp rocking out with Alice Cooper on a London stage comes as a shock.
Depp joined Cooper for the latter’s show in London’s 100 Club over the weekend, an appearance teased by Cooper when he posted a backstage picture to his Facebook account with the caption “Johnny Depp!! Waiting to jump on stage with Alice for ’18′ and ‘Schools Out!’”
Justin Bieber has spent the last year racking up almost as many self-deprecating appearances on late-night TV shows as he has top 40 hits — and he added another one to his résumé this week when he stopped by ‘The Late Show with David Letterman’ to deliver a Top 10 list of “facts” about himself.
Among the humorous Bieber tidbits: “I’m not really a big fan of Kevin James” (who was in the green room, flashing a mock frown for the cameras), “As hard as I’ve tried, I don’t know how to not be adorable,” and at number one on the list, “It’s a hairpiece.”
Ogling strippers is kind of like eating Twinkies — it’s awesome in theory, and fun for a minute or two, but ultimately, all you’re going home with is an empty feeling and a touch of regret.
That’s the moral of the story for Enrique Iglesias’ new video, ‘Dirty Dancer,’ which drives the point home with cameos from Usher and Lil Wayne — not to mention plenty of world-class pole dancing from a bevy of beauties that our trio can look at, but never touch. As the song says, the dancers are “never ever lonely”…and none of the guys will ever “be her only.”
After more than a decade as a fixture on top of the charts, Beyoncé certainly has more than enough of her own hits to fill a concert set list, and she doesn’t need to go covering anyone else’s — but who are we to argue if she decides to put her own inimitable spin on a rock ‘n’ roll classic or two?
Currently on tour to promote her latest solo album, ’4,’ Beyoncé used her June 20 stop in Nice, France, to break out a cover medley that included Kings of Leon’s ‘Sex on Fire,’ Prince’s ‘The Beautiful Ones,’ and — perhaps most surprisingly — Queen’s ‘Bohemian Rhapsody.’ Though she flubbed a couple of lines, it was still an interesting experiment (and it’s always nice to see pop singers proving they’re actually performing live).
Before they were judges on NBC’s hit singing competition series ‘The Voice,’ Adam Levine and Christina Aguilera were chart-topping singers — and they teamed up to return to their roots Tuesday night, with a performance of their collaborative new single, ‘Moves Like Jagger.’
Maroon 5 took the stage first, with Levine fronting the band for the first half of the uptempo song, before Aguilera — wearing a low-cut T-shirt emblazoned with ‘BOYS’ and sporting pink streaks in her hair — strutted on to join them for the big finish.
Responding to a negative review of his recent Minneapolis performance, Green questioned the critic’s judgment by writing, “People enjoyed last night! I’m guessing you’re gay? And my masculinity offended you? Well, f*** you!”
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