Photo: Ross HalfinLast year, a scary maze based on Alice Cooper's classic album Welcome to My Nightmare debuted at Universal Studios Hollywood in Los Angeles as part of the annual Halloween Horror Nights festivities, and now the park will host a new attraction inspired the shock rocker. "Alice Cooper Goes to **** 3D," based on the similarly named 1976 concept album, will take gues read more ≫
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Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty ImagesThe Jackson family drama continued to unfold Thursday, with Michael Jackson’s oldest child, Prince Michael Jackson, tweeting, then apparently deleting, comments he made earlier in the day regarding his reunion with his grandmother.
Prior to those tweets being removed from Prince’s account, the following message was briefly posted: "these tweets our [sic] not our own." read more ≫
Photo: MJ KimA new TV special featuring Paul McCartney performing songs from his latest studio album, Kisses on the Bottom, will premiere on PBS stations on September 7 as part of the network's Great Performances series. Live Kisses boasts footage from the intimate concert the rock legend gave this past February at Los Angeles' Capitol Studios, where he recorded tracks for the standards collection. read more ≫
Facebook.com/TomJonesTom Jones, who served as a mentor on the U.K. edition of The Voice during its first season, will not be back for an encore.
According to Britain's Daily Mirror, Tom's manager-son, Mark, advised him to leave the show. The newspaper reports that Tom, who mentored season-one winner Leanne Mitchell, had been mocked by the media for "name-dropping" on the show. read more ≫
Facebook.com/EltonJohnElton John didn’t see eye to eye with former President George W. Bush when the latter was in office, but he applauds Bush for his efforts in the fight against AIDS.
In an interview with the ABC News/Yahoo! Power Players series, Elton recalls meeting Bush for the first time in 2004, after the then-president signed into law the Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief, helping HIV-infected people in Africa. read more ≫