Courtney Love claims she has a running $10,000 bet with Foo Fighters fronter Dave Grohl on who can "get the most strippers." Love dished to the New York Post, "Strippers love me! I'm taking him down. I used to be [a stripper], and I tip like a maniac so they relate to me. That's the whole premise. That's why we made the bet."
Clive Davis does not think that Bobby Brown should take the blame for the death of Whitney Houston. In an interview with Britain's Daily Mail, Houston's longtime producer and mentor insists Brown is not the one responsible for her death. "I don't lay her problems at his doorstep," Clive began.
Brantley Gilbert says he no longer drinks alcohol and has Keith Urban to thank for his sobriety. "Keith's actually been a really good dude to me. When I was making changes in my life, I was down and out, I was even in the hospital, and he showed up and spent several hours with me one day out of nowhere."
Chris Brown is offering some sound words of wisdom to up-and-coming artists, telling them to not take his advice. Speaking in a clip from his new documentary The Rise And Rise Of Chris Brown, he admits to having made his share of mistakes: "I'd say, 'Well, don't take my advice because I'm gonna show you the wrong way to do it,'" Brown says in the clip obtained by Hollywood Life.
Trisha Yearwood will appear on an upcoming episode of ABC's Nashville. The show will host its own fictional version of the CMA Awards, and Yearwood will appear therein. In the Nashville rendition of Country Music's Biggest Night, the stars of the show have the opportunity to see real country stars in action.
Jennifer Lopez has purchased a new home in New York City, a luxury penthouse apartment that set the diva back $22 million. According to the Daily News, Lopez's apartment, located in the Whitman building, features 6,540 square feet of interior space and 3,000 square feet of exterior space.
Pink Floyd drummer Nick Mason says that, while it would be fun to play the band's new album the Endless River live, a future tour probably won't happen. "It would be fun to play live, but it doesn't actually lend itself to a proper tour," Mason told Gigwise.
Mary J. Blige has released the music video for "Right Now," a track from her forthcoming album The London Sessions. In the new clip, directed by Mike Ho, Blige drives around the streets of London in a black Bentley before taking the stage at an underground club. Disclosure produced the track.
Death Cab for Cutie says that their new album sounds "like Death Cab for Cutie, in the best way," adding that they believe it'll "win back" fans who tuned out after the release of the 2011 effort Codes and Keys. The record, says fronter Ben Gibbard, was produced by Rich Costey, whom he called a "valuable resource."
2 Chainz tested out a $5,000 toothbrush. The rapper tested the toothbrush as part of his hosting gig for the segment "GQ's Most Expensive Sh**." 2 Chainz received his very own engraved version of the Reinast luxury toothbrush, which features a titanium design and patented antibacterial coating. The brush is designed to last a lifetime.
Beyoncé and Jay Z are putting all the divorce rumors to rest by renewing their wedding vows and going house hunting in Paris. According to E! News, the couple looked at a big house with a private garden in the wealthy west suburb of Neuilly Sur Seine this week, with the property said to carry well over a €3-4 million price tag.
More than anything, "John Wick" might just be the antidote for the dull routine of action. Even though the action choreography is far from groundbreaking, "John Wick," like all of the best action movies, is at its best in between the gunshots, taking a story that could have been a mindless retread and turning into an entertaining and often hilarious piece of pulp moviemaking.
Sean Kelly was the big winner on season 13 of "Project Runway," an episode that featured, in the words of judge Heidi Klum, "the best fashion showcase we have ever had on the show." Kelly beat out collections by his fellow competitors - Amanda Valentine, Charketa Glover and Kini Donovan Zamora - during the show's 90-minute finale.
Luke Bryan, Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban have been nominated as the 2014 CMT Artists of the Year. The honor goes to the artist who "has illustrated their impact in country music through massive radio airplay," according to CMT.
Jazmine Sullivan has released "Mascara," the third single from her upcoming third studio album Reality Show. The teaser was dropped via Instagram, and Sullivan captioned it "rainy day shenanigans." "Although this is just a snippet of the tune, we can say that we're definitely digging it," writes This Is RNB of the cut.