[Blind Gossip] This band was one of those that performed at the American Music Awards last night. With so much attention on them, you’d think that all of them would be on their absolute best behavior, right? Not exactly. » Continued
[New York Magazine via Vulture] Taylor Swift told me she could imagine a time when she’d stop performing and just be a writer. “When I’m 40 and nobody wants to see me in a sparkly dress anymore, I’ll be, like: ‘Cool, I’ll just go in the studio and write songs for kids.’ It’s looking like a good pension plan.”
Perhaps. But Swift’s songwriting may be too quirky, too personal » Continued
[Hollywood Street King] He’s a true to life Man’s Man whose secret pleasure is — in his own words — “being the dude on the side.” » Continued
[Mouth To Ears] He used to sing with boys, now he likes kissing them.
One member of » Continued
[Hollywood Street King] Today’s blind item subject previously crowned his » Continued
[Blind Gossip] This performer – who is currently on tour – has sunk to a new low by engaging in fraud during a Meet & Greet.
A “Meet and Greet” is a an important revenue component of the music tour. Fans pay a huge amount of money » Continued
[Mouth To Ears] She’s head over heels, but he’s just trying to get ahead.
This R&B singer almost gave up on love, then she met him. Now they’re engaged, but » Continued
[Blind Gossip] We’ve talked before about how some young musicians indulge in excessive partying activity while on the road. Lots of you chalked it up to the musician lifestyle, youthful energy, or kids just having some fun.
Well, one young singer has apparently now wandered even a little deeper into the powder. » Continued
[Blind Gossip] Love or hate this young pop star, you have to give her props for consistently treating her fans well.
A few nights ago, she went out to the theater in Los Angeles. There were the usual crowds of people » Continued
[Hollywood Street King] Got Rocks? ‘Cause that’s where all this Motown singer’s love lies.
But as the saying goes, ‘there’s a thin line between love and hate.’ » Continued