Katy Perry posted a video of what appears to be herself wearing a pizza costume to Instagram. The vid features Perry writhing on the ground while yelling in a head-to-toe pizza suit. She captioned the visual "killer pizza bruh," followed by a number of emoticons of slices of pizza and sharp knives.
Slash and Joan Jett hooked up at the Alternative Press Music Awards for a performance of the Rolling Stones classic, "Star Star." Jett gave a four-song set during the event, bringing Against Me!'s Laura Jane Grace onstage to help with "Soulmates to Strangers." Both rock legends were honored at the event, as Jett took home the AP Icon Award.
Miley Cyrus posted a picture of her kissing director Brett Ratner on the cheek. She captioned the pic "movie night w my favorite directorzzz." Ratner, 45, is best known for dating tennis pro Serena Williams, in addition to his work on the films "Tower Heist," "X-Men: the Last Stand," "Hercules," and the music video for Miley's cut "7 Things."
Brad Paisley is hosting a pool party at the Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas to celebrate the release of his upcoming album Moonshine in the Trunk. He announced the news to California's KFRG radio station: "We're going to have the best time. There's something about that city." The party goes down Wednesday, August 27 and features a headlining set from Paisley.
Newsday held a "That's So Long Island" competition to determine the area's most iconic person, place or thing. There were 520,000 readers of the magazine that participated in making Billy Joel the winner. Winning by almost 900 votes, Joel beat out competition from bagels, Jones Beach, Billy Crystal, The Long Island Medium and more.
Jason Aldean has released "Burnin' It Down," a new single from his upcoming sixth studio album. In a presser, he says he played it live for the first time during a show in Cleveland over the weekend. "Sonically, this track definitely feels like something different for me and what I have typically put out as the lead single off my previous albums," he began.
ZZ Top were forced to delay the start of their U.S. tour so that bassist Dusty Hill can undergo surgery to have kidney stones removed. The band subsequently canceled the first six days of the trek to give Hill time to recuperate. The affected dates are July 25 in Morton, Minnesota, July 26 in West Bend, Wisconsin, July 27 in Cincinnati, Ohio and others.
Shania Twain was honored with the Best Resident Performer award by Las Vegas Weekly. The award goes to the performer who gives their fans the best show over a period of residency. Twain's Still the One show has been running since 2012. Shania beat out competition from Celine Dion, Britney Spears, Elton John and Olivia Newton-John to earn the prize.
Chris Brown and August Alsina are among a host of guest appearances in DJ Khaled's new music video for his latest single off his forthcoming new album I Changed A Lot. "Squad gettin money together!" August said as he posed alongside Brown against an orange Lamborghini. Future and Jeremih also appear in the new clip directed by Gil Green.
Anthony Hopkins has reportedly signed on to appear in HBO's reboot of the sci-fi classic "Westworld." The announcement could mark the first ever regular television role for Hopkins, who is in talks to appear in the role of Dr. Robert Ford. His character is described by the network as "the brilliant, taciturn and complicated Creative Director, Chief Programmer and Chairman of the Board . . ."
A 1963 Rolls Royce Phantom V owned by Elvis Presley will be sold at auction. The car has a 6.2-liter V-8 engine and can reach up to 100 miles per hour. It features an in-car telephone and bar, a Blaupunkt Koln radio, air conditioning, and a microphone, and was bought by Presley when he lived in Bel Air. The car was repainted in light silver blue.
Metallica's Lars Ulrich says reading an interview with Noel Gallagher inspired him to stop using cocaine. Ulrich explained that he "loved the social elements of cocaine." He told "The Mirror:" "About 10 years ago, I read an interview with Noel Gallagher, in which he said, 'I just stopped doing cocaine'. I thought that was really cool. It felt so fresh, so honest, so pure."
Lucy Lawless has been confirmed to be a guest star on the second season of "Agents of S.H.I.E.LD." No details of her role or the length of the guest appearance on the ABC comic book-inspired show have been revealed. Lawless, who appeared as the iconic title character on "Xena: Warrior Princess," has since appeared in "Parks and Recreation," "Spartacus," and "Battlestar Galactica."
FX has revealed plans to post every episode of "The Simpsons" for streaming on the web. The content will be hosted by the FX offshoot FXX, who is launching a new website dubbed "Simpsons World." FX subscribers will have access to the site with their cable login details and will be able to stream the episodes using iPhone, iPad, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Android devices, Smart TVs and more.
Weezer have premiered the first single from their upcoming album Everything Will Be Alright in the End. The track, "Back to the Shack," features a ragged guitar solo and frontman Rivers Cuomo singing "Sorry, guys / I didn't realize that I needed you so much and If we die in obscurity, oh well / at least we raised some hell."