Aerosmith's 1998 ballad "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" recently saw a "huge spike" in Spotify streams after the Rosetta probe Philae touched down on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko. The Telegraph reports that "I Don't Want To Miss A Thing" has become something of an anthem for comet-related news.
Natalie Portman is reportedly in talks to join the cast of Aaron Sorkin and Danny Boyle's forthcoming Steve Jobs biopic. The actress could bring some much needed starpower to the project, which previously had both Christian Bale and Leonardo DiCaprio slated for the lead role before both backed out. According to the Daily Mail, Portman is just one of several big name leading ladies in the mix.
Creed frontman Scott Stapp says that he is flat broke and homeless, revealing that he even had to live in his truck. Stapp made the revelation in a video posted to Creed's Facebook page. He admitted that his issues began about eight weeks ago when he discovered that a large amount of money was missing. "I'm under some kind of pretty vicious attack," he said.
Ryan Knight, star of MTV's "The Real World" was found dead earlier this week at the age of 29. Various sources report that Knight had been out partying with friends the night before and was found dead the following morning after apparently choking on his own vomit. According to Fox News, there was also evidence at the scene that Knight may have overdosed on pills.
Drake is releasing a new mixtape early next year according to Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan, who let the news slip during a recent appearance on NBA TV. "I talked to [Drake] the other night, [he] actually said he wanted to give me his mixtape. It comes out in January," DeRozan. Drake has yet to offer an official comment on the mixtape.
Roseanne Barr is backtracking from a joke she tweeted out about Bill Cosby. In the wake of recent rape allegations against Cosby, some decades old and others recent, Barr posted a bloody photo of her face on Twitter with the caption, "Got in a tussle w bill cosby. U shoyld see that mfer." Barr quickly deleted the tweet and the photo.
Shia LaBeouf has come forward with allegations that he was raped during one of the days of his #IAMSORRY event in Los Angeles earlier this year. The "Fury" star sat in a gallery for five days straight with a paper bag over his head and invited members of the public to visit him one by one. In a new series of emails shared with Dazed, the actor reveals exactly what happened.
A new Bruce Springsteen tribute concert entitled A Tribute to Bruce Springsteen will premiere December 5 at 9pm ET on PBS, as part of the network's Arts Fall Festival 2014. Jon Stewart will host the event, which is set to feature Neil Young performing "Born in the U.S.A.," Elton John playing "Streets of Philadelphia."
Kim Thayil, guitarist for Soundgarden, has opened up on the band's upcoming compilation, Echo of Miles: Tracks Scattered Along the Path, calling the three disc set of previously unreleased cuts a fan's dream. "If you're a really strong or crazy fan, you've got everything. For people who are more casual fans, have other things to do . . ."
Embattled AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has had a warrant issued for his arrest after he failed to appear in court. It turned out he was only late, but failed to enter a plea on one charge of threatening to kill, and two drug possession charges. After the hearing ended, Rudd climbed onto the back of his bodyguard, who gave him a ride to his car.
Dustin Lynch has opened up about a Florida stop last month that saw him getting bobbed on the eye with a full can of beer. He was playing a cover of Garth Brooks' "Friends in Low Places" at the time. "I was walking down the catwalk and just wham, out of nowhere this beer can just nailed me in the face," he recalled. "It was a completely full can and it felt like a baseball . . ."
Shaun Morgan, fronter for Seether, has opened up on the band's early days, saying that the group was just "three guys touring in a pickup truck with a trailer on the back that had our PA in it." "We would drive around from show to show, making enough money to get gas in our truck to get to the next one," he told Audio Ink Radio.
Trisha Yearwood, country superstar and host of Trisha's Southern Kitchen on Food Network, says she was a late comer to the cooking arts. Speaking with USA Weekend, cooking was a way for her to cure her homesickness. "It wasn't until I was 20 and moved to Nashville that I started to cook though. I was homesick and missed Mama's cooking . . ."
Stevie Wonder has spoken out about what he thinks about the pandemonium in Ferguson, Missouri. The legendary singer received one of the 18 Presidential Medal of Freedom honors on Monday from Barack Obama. After the ceremony of Wonder spoke to reporters on various topics, which included, the happenings going on in Ferguson.
Megadeth are now in the market for a new drummer and guitar player after the departures of Shawn Drover and Chris Broderick. The former announced that his days with the group are over in a statement, saying, "After 10 years, I have decided to quit Megadeth to pursue my own musical interests. I want to thank Dave Mustaine and the entire Megadeth family . . ."