For a guy who has often been mocked in the 20-plus years since ‘Ice Ice Baby,’ Vanilla Ice has a good sense of humor. Ice stars in a new comedic video in which he pretends to move to the L.A. neighborhood of Echo Park to try to win over hipsters with his reinvented indie rock sound.
Nick Jonas hits the stage tonight (Jan. 24) in his latest Broadway role, playing J. Pierrepont Finch in ‘How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.’ This is Nick’s fourth appearance on Broadway and his first in a starring role.
If there’s one set of new parents who can afford to buy their own baby gifts, it’s Beyonce and Jay-Z. However, so many well-intentioned fans and friends have been sending them presents for daughter Blue Ivy, they’ve decided to donate nearly all of them to charity.
Several cast members from ‘Glee‘ taped an episode of ‘Inside the Actors Studio’ last night for a show to air in January. Lea Michelle, Cory Monteith, Chris Colfer, Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison and creator Ryan Murphy joined host James Lipton for the long-running show in which actors discuss the secrets of their craft.
Joe Jonas was rushed to the hospital yesterday due to severe stomach pains, TMZ is reporting. A rep for the singer confirms that he was taken to the emergency room at Children’s Hospital in Los Angeles.
The rumors regarding a possible movie about Amy Winehouse‘s life seem to change daily. Amy’s dad Mitch is responding to some of the misinformation, saying that a biopic about his daughter’s life is still a possibility, but that he never claimed that he wants Lady Gaga to play Amy.
Are the members of the MTV-created fictional boy band 2Gether getting back together? A report from TMZ suggests the guys want to reconnect to make new music and film a parody documentary that would capture their reunion.
Barely a week after Mike Posner released his mixtape ‘The Layover,’ the singer-songwriter is getting ready to unveil his sophomore album. It’s called ‘Sky High,’ and will hit stores sometimes in early 2012.
MTV brought back lovable cartoon idiots Beavis and Butt-head and the alternative rock show ’120 minutes,’ so why not resurrect ‘Yo! MTV Raps,’ the series that may have been the most important hip-hop-related television show of all-time?
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