“Un-Break My Heart” singer, Toni Braxton has entered an Atlanta hospital and is currently listed in serious condition, TMZ is reporting.
Braxton’s hospital stay is said to stem from her battle with lupus. Systemic lupus erythematosus is an autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system mistakenly attacks healthy tissue.
Toni’s been hospitalized for 4 days. It’s unclear if she checked herself in or if she was transported by ambulance. When Birdman got the news, we’re told he hopped on a jet from Texas – where he was on the road with Jacquees — to be with her. Continue reading
Billy Paul, who sang the Grammy award-winning song “Me and Mrs. Jones,” died Sunday morning. He was 81.
Paul’s manager confirmed the singer passed away at his home in Blackwood, New Jersey. He had been fighting cancer. No other further details were available.
Paul was “hospitalized last week at Temple University Hospital” according to a published report. Continue reading
Justin Bieber, who is currently on a world tour, has been forced to recall a ton of merchandise produced to promote his Purpose album over a major typo.
Fans who paid $45 for a chance to don the Baby singer’s t-shirts first noticed the embarrassing misspelling, this is after thousands were produced and sold at tour venues.
A rather embarrassing spelling mistake on each and every one of them! The t-shirts printed these words: “Many are the plans in a person’s heart, but it is God’s purose that prevails.” Continue reading
Adele hit a serious bum note during her performance at the 58th annual Grammy Awards on Monday night and to add insult to injury, the singer’s mic failed momentarily as well.
Social media was quick to blame her “sound guy,” Justin Bieber. CBS confirmed “a five-to-eight second technical issue with the broadcast.”
Rihanna has suddenly pulled out of her highly anticipated GRAMMYs performance. The S.O.S. singer was set to hit the stage at Monday’s ceremony at the Staples Center in L.A., but that was not to be.
The singer showed up at the venue, but did not walk the red carpet. She did a sound check and departed the venue.
She has reportedly been battling bronchitis and is on medication.Per the advice of doctors, she decided not to perform because it could permanently damage her vocal cords. Continue reading
If you’re wondering if you can watch the 58th annual Grammy awards on the internet this evening, you’re not alone. While most will be viewing music’s biggest night on their local CBS affiliate, some would rather watch using their phones, tablets, web browsers, or set-top boxes.
The trophies will begin to be dispersed at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT, and if you’re interested in tuning in via the Internet, here’s how:
Grammy-nominated country music producer Dave Brainard is in the hospital awaiting reconstructive surgery after being savagely attacked early Sunday morning in downtown Nashville.
Reports say, Brainard and two female friends were crossing the Street in downtown Nashville when a gray or charcoal four-door Nissan Infiniti hit one of the women.
“We couldn’t get out of the street because they kept hitting us,” DeLoach recalls. The car’s passenger, a female, got out first, and the driver, a male, followed. Continue reading
Along with his Drake diss track, Meek Mill also premiered this cheesy meme of the rapper superimposed over a photo of Milli Vanilli, (the infamous duo busted for lip syncing,) while accepting their Grammy award. A ghost hovers above.
On another note, DJ Funk Flex released several alleged Drake reference tracks.
Bobbi Kristina‘s condition has worsened, so much so, her father, Bobby Brown has “rushed to her side” at a Georgia hospice care facility.
The eyewitness tells Us that Brown, 46, sped into the parking lot and entered Peachtree Christian Hospice in Duluth, Ga., around 1:10 p.m. Media are also set up outside. Continue reading
Mike Porcaro, Toto’s original bassist, died Sunday after a long fought battle with Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis aka ALS.
Steve Porcaro, Mike’s brother and bandmate confirmed the sad news on his Facebook page. Mike passed away in his sleep and was surrounded by family.
Mike played on the band’s iconic hits, “Rosanna,” “Africa,” and “I Won’t Hold You Back,” but retired back in 2007 due to his illness. Continue reading