During a show in Milwaukee on Monday night, Jack White brought a member of the audience on stage to help him perform the White Stripes anthem "Seven Nation Army." The young lady donned White's hat and played two of his guitars during the performance. After it was over, she took a bow with the rest of the band. "Seven Nation Army" was the band's last song of the night.
Britney Spears is prepping the release of her new lingerie line, The Intimate Collection. She posted a pic modeling one of the line's items on Instagram. The snap features Brit posing in a black mesh paneled bra along with a pair of high-waisted panties. "Coming very soon . . . The Intimate Collection, by yours truly. Just a peek at what's to come," she captioned the photo.
Rod Stewart and Susan Boyle were tapped to perform at the upcoming opening ceremony for Glasgow's Commonwealth Games. The event went down at the city's Celtic Park and featured a bevy of entertainment. Stewart appeared on the stage to perform his 1991 single "Rhythm of the Heart," and was followed by Boyle, who sang "Mull of Kintyre."
Selena Gomez celebrated her 22nd birthday with a yacht trip along the French Rivera. In St. Tropez she was spotted with an unidentified beau, whom she embraced from behind while the two jet skied. After having some fun on the waves the pair returned to their yacht where they huddled under a towel together. The guy was later said to be Tommy Chiabra.
Eli Young Band took the stage on Late Night with David Letterman earlier this week to perform their latest single "Dust." The cut, taken from their 10,000 Towns LP, currently sits at number 24 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. Last month, the group released the video for the song, which centers on a pretty young woman, who is tired of small town life.
Jessie J, Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj have dropped a snippet of their new collaboration "Bang Bang."
The track features production from Max Martin, Savan Kotecha, and Ilya. The preview was revealed by Minaj, who posted it on her Instagram account with the hashtags #video and #bangbang.
Courtney Love says she hopes filming will start on the Kurt Cobain biopic within the next year. Love tells Inquirer Entertainment that, while she won't be making the decision as to who portrays her late husband, the film should get underway within the next 12 months.
Anberlin have announced that their final show will come at Orlando's House of Blues on November 26. "Hello friends, it is with simultaneously heavy hearts and a spirit of celebration that we have announced our final show ever, and it is now on sale!! Wednesday, November 26 at the House of Blues in Orlando will be a special night," they announced on their site.
Wiz Khalifa has dropped the single "Stayin' Out All Night." The track, which appears on his latest album "Blacc Hollywood," sees Khalifa rapping gleefully about staying out all night at parties and with friends: "Came here to spend it all, not leave wit it/ That KK, roll up, let my team hit it/ Some Bombay, let's sip till it's payday/ That f-k sh- don't play."
Sally Wood, the third wife of Ronnie Wood, and thirty years his junior, says that she's aware of the age gap between the two but not bothered by it: "I know it's there. And I wish it wasn't, but it is," she told the Telegraph. "I think I had to say 'I can't do this because of the age,' or I just had to let it go and take it all on board."
Former Megadeth drummer Nick Menza has posted a video Youtube of what he claims is a UFO in his front yard. "I was standing in my front yard with my two boys and this what we saw," he writes in the description. "Not sure what it is but it's totally awesome!" The video surely doesn't surprise Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine.
Tom Petty is offering fans a free stream of his latest album, Hypnotic Eye, one week before its official release date of July 29. The LP is available at the NPR website. "I knew I wanted to do a rock & roll record," Petty recently told Rolling Stone. "We hadn't made a straight hard-rockin' record, from beginning to end, in a long time."
Robin Thicke and Paula Patton have listed their Hollywood Hills home for sale, perhaps the latest indication that Thicke's public courting of his estranged wife has been for naught. The 3,158 square foot home is listed for $2,985,000. The home was purchased by Robin's dad, Alan Thicke, in 1990 for $910,000, and includes panoramic views of Sunset Blvd., private pool and spa.
Craig Morgan raised $60,000 for foster children throughout middle Tennessee with his 8th annual charity event. The day long event features a trail ride with several stars of motocross, along with a concert later in the evening. The $60,000 goes to the Dickson County Craig Morgan Foundation, which helps foster kids in Dickson County and across middle Tennessee.
Tim McGraw is on the defensive after he slapped a bothersome fan during an Atlanta show last weekend. The woman tore at McGraw's jeans, prompting a violent response from him. Tim spoke to ET Canada, saying he didn't have time to react in a more appropriate way: "I reacted in an instinctive, defensive way from my perspective of what was going on. I think it was an unfortunate situation."