Brian Kelley of Florida Georgia Line and his wife Brittney Marie Cole Kelley, are prepping the launch of their new clothing line Tribe Kelley. On their Facebook page, the pair call the line "a way of life," adding that "being a part of 'the tribe' encourages uniqueness and individuality in a world of conformity."
Matt Damon put a unique spin on the ALS Ice Bucket challenge, using toilet water instead of tap, and using the opportunity to promote his charity Water.org, instead of the ALS Association. Damon was nominated by Jimmy Kimmel and Ben Affleck. In a homemade video, Damon says he didn't want to waste clean water, so opted for toilet water instead.
Drake didn't let being on tour stop him from accepting a VMA Award.
The OVO rapper was in Boston for his "Drake Vs. Lil Wayne" tour on Monday night when he gave his acceptance speech for the award, which was given to him for Best Hip Hop Video for "Hold On, We're Going Home." The award was collected by Common on his behalf.
Talking Head fronter David Byrne joined the Arcade Fire on stage at Brooklyn's Barclays Center as the band covered the Suicide cut "Dream Baby Dream," marking the latest instance of the band covering home town acts on their Reflektor tour. Byrne dressed up in vampire make up for "rattling version" of the 1979 single, according to Rolling Stone magazine.
Stephen Barker Liles of Love and Theft wed Jenna Michelle Kennedy on Sunday in Nashville. The pair became engaged last May and welcomed a baby boy, Jett Barker Liles, in December 2013. "I loved her for a long time and would have asked her sooner, but wanted to wait until I could get her a nice ring," Liles told People.
Take Two Interactive, the makers of the video game "Grand Theft Auto V," have asked an NYC judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Lindsay Lohan against them. Lohan claims that they used her likeness without permission on a character called Lacey Jonas in the game. "The portrayal of a Hollywood figure being chased by paparazzi, of course, is hardly unique to Ms. Lohan," Take Two's lawyers wrote.
Mike Epps has signed on to star as Richard Pryor in the upcoming biopic from director Lee Daniels ("The Butler"). Oprah Winfrey announced the news on Instagram, posting a pic of her and Daniels with Epps, noting "just finished a great 1st read session." Winfrey plays Pryor's grandmother, Marie Carter, according to Entertainment Tonight. Pryor grew up with Carter, who ran a brothel.
Young Jeezy was arrested for possession of an assault rifle in Irvine, California on Sunday. The weapon turned up, according to TMZ, in the investigation into the shooting at Wiz Khalifa's concert in Mountain View, CA, where a man was shot to death. Eric Johnson, 38, was shot five times while backstage at the Shoreline Amphitheater on Aug. 22.
Yeah Yeah Yeahs frontwoman Karen O has announced a handful of tour dates to support her debut solo album Crush Songs, which will be released this fall. K.O. performs three gigs at McKittrick Hotel's Manderley Bar in New York City from Sept. 9-11, followed by a show Sept. 12 at Le Poisson Rouge, also in NYC.
Warner Bros. is considering a re-imagined version of the hit 90s sitcom "Full House." John Stamos (Uncle Jesse), original exec producer Bob Boyett and creator Jeff Franklin are said to be involved. On a recent episode of "Watch What Happens Live," Stamos said that he was "working on a twist on a sequel," adding that nothing was set in stone.
Stevie Nicks has released a lyric music video for "Lady," a cut from her upcoming album 24 Karat Gold - Songs from the Vault. The songs in the solo effort were written by Nicks between 1969 and 1995, and produced by Nicks, Dave Stewart (the Eurhythmics) and Waddy Wachtel.
Chris Soules, a former contestant from "The Bachelorette," will be the next contestant on "The Bachelor." Soules, known to fans as Farmer Chris, competed during Andi Dorfman's recently concluded season. "I mean, coming from a small town I never really expected to have this opportunity to be on either show let alone to be the lead on The Bachelor, so it's been awesome," said Soules.
Alice Cooper is set to release Raise the Dead - Live from Wacken on Oct. 21 as a CD/DVD combo. Footage and audio for the release is culled from Alice's 2013 concert at the Wacken Open Air festival in Germany.
The 22-song set features a bevy of classic Cooper hits along with covers of the Doors ("Break on Through") and the Who ("My Generation").
Eminem has announced the impending release of his greatest hits collection. The two-disc set features one disc of his own hits, while another disc features new songs by artists signed to his Shady Records label. Shady XV celebrates the label's 15th year anny, and includes cuts from Slaughterhouse, Bad Meets Evil, D-12 and Yelawolf.
Red Hot Chili Peppers' bassist Flea, KISS demon Gene Simmons, and former Nirvana bassist Krist Novoselic are among the top ten richest bassists in the world, according to Richest.com.
Former Beatles bass player Paul McCartney tops the list with a reported worth of $1.2 billion.