If you are planning to see Britney Spears during her 2-year Las Vegas residency she won’t be singing live. She is being paid a lot of money to lip-sync and hasn't sung live for a couple of years. Tickets cost between $59 and $179 to see her and reps for Spears insist she will be singing and has been in vocal training for months. Spears has been accused of faking it in the past; in 2009, outraged fans walked out of concerts in Australia over her lip-syncing.
Last night on Dancing With The Stars, during the second week of competition Keyshawn Johnson was the first contestant of the season to be eliminated.
While at the iHeart Music Festival in Las Vegas Katy Perry talked with E!News that she’d love to work with Bruno Mars on a song someday. She said "I'd love to collaborate with Bruno Mars. I always say, 'When I grow up, I wanna be the female version of Bruno Mars,' cause he's so wildly talented in showing everybody that he has so much diversity in him."
Victoria Beckham has been named the U.K.'s most inspirational mother, according to a new survey conducted by supermarket chain Asda. The mother of four tops the list of inspirational parents, beating out Angelina Jolie and Queen Elizabeth II for the honorable title. Additional parents who made the cut include TV presenter Holly Willoughby as well as the late Princess Diana. Beckham earned the No. 1 spot for her ability to successfully balance her work and family life.
Jon Hamm will reportedly undergo an invasive throat surgery next week. Hamm
Kanye West sat down with BBC Radio 1 personality Zane Lowe for an hourlong interview and called himself "the No. 1 rock star on the planet" and said he's here push the boundaries of everything we think we know about art, music, fashion, and culture.” He stated "there would be no Kanye West if it wasn't for Michael Jackson. I've got to a point that Michael Jackson did not break down. We culture. Rap is the new rock 'n' roll. We the rock stars...We the new rock stars and I'm the biggest of all of them. I'm the No. 1 rock star on the planet." Please.