Sacha Baron Cohen’s wild Oscar appearance of his infamous Ali G character was in no way a planned part of the show, and more importantly, was not approved in advance as required by Academy brass.
It was revealed today that Academy Awards producers had no idea Cohen was planning the controversial skit. Cohen claims his wife was employed to sneak in Ali G’s signature beanie cap and assorted accessories including fake goatee. Many on social media speculated that perhaps the impromptu appearance was actually material for an unannounced Ali G sequel.
“The truth is we actually had to sneak it in because the Oscars sat me down before and said they didn’t want me to do anything out of order Continue reading
Dave Grohl, ex Nirvana drummer and current Foo Fighters frontman, may have recently broke his leg while performing, but he’ll have no problem paying his doctor bills.
Grohl has had to cancel a few concerts on the heels of his fractured leg, however, he could afford to never hoist a guitar again as the musician’s net worth is a staggering $260 million dollars!
After 5 long estranged years, Frances Bean Cobain reunited with her mother, Courtney Love on the red carpet.
Love and Bean hugged it out for cameras Saturday making while appearances at the Sundance premiere of “Kurt Cobain: Montage of Heck.”
It’s the first time they’ve been seen together in more than 5 years. Continue reading
Krystal Ball, from MSNBC’s The Cycle took a call from someone claiming to be Staff Sgt. Michael Boyd for an exclusive scoop about witnessing the missile that downed Malaysia Airlines plane, there was one little problem, it wasn’t Boyd.
The man on the phone turned out to be a Howard Stern prankster..
Ball asked what he saw. “Boyd” said, “Well, I was looking out the window and I saw a Continue reading
Celebrities probably shouldn’t start charitable foundations, especially ones that don’t give said monies to the folks that they were intended..
The latest federal tax report is in for Lady Gaga’s Born this Way Foundation, and it’s not good news. Despite spending $348,000 in 2012 on their outreach bus tour, the Born this Way Foundation otherwise managed to fritter away around $1.5 million on legal fees, publicity, and a website. Continue reading
Paul McCartney is joining Nirvana for one night, tonight, to honor Sandy storm victims!
Foo Fighter, Dave Grohl, original Nirvana bassist, Krist Novoselic and on and off member, Pat Smear will all back McCartney as he fills in for the fallen singer Kurt Cobain.
It’s the first time in 20 years Grohl has reunited with Novoselic since the untimely death of front man, Cobain.
Reportedly, McCartney will not perform Nirvana classics such as, Smells Like Teen Spirit or Rape Me, however, the mixed nuts will play a new tune.
Paul McCartney said in a statement that drummer Grohl, 43, rang him up and asked him to come along and “jam with some mates,” telling The Sun, “I didn’t really know who they were, and then somebody whispered to me ‘That’s Nirvana. You’re Kurt.’ I couldn’t believe it.”
Kurt Cobain committed suicide in 1994 and will no doubt be watching from above.