Miley Cyrus caught two fans fighting at her show and filmed them with her phone camera. The "We Can't Stop" singer was in Detroit for a show from her Bangerz tour when she spotted two women tussling with each other, throwing punches and creating an altercation. Cyrus quickly stopped singing her cover version of Bob Dylan's "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go."
Morrissey has released the track list for his upcoming album World Peace Is None of Your Business. The LP, produced by Joe Chiccarelli (the White Stripes, Beck), features 12 tracks with song titles like "I'm Not A Man," "Earth Is The Loneliest Planet" and "Kick The Bride Down the Aisle." "The good and the bad must be documented."
Lady Gaga says that she uses face lift tape on a daily basis. Speaking with the Daily Mirror, the Mother Monster dished on her primping routine: "When I have my wig cap on and I'm taping my face, it's a sort of meditation for me," she began. "Every day, it starts the same way. It's like a mantra. I wash my face, I pin my hair back and put on a wig cap..."
Ed Sheeran has debuted his full cover of Beyonce's "Drunk in Love." He debuted the cut during an appearance on a New York radio show. Sheeran teased a cover of the tune last month. According to TIME magazine, Ed's cover stands out from the crowd: "Sheeran sounds as comfortable belting out the song's hook as he does spitting out it's woozy, half-rapped second verse."
Gregg Allman has put to bed rumors that the Allman Brothers Band are breaking up. Speaking with Radio.com, Gregg said that the group is simply shaking up its line up: "As for the rumor of the brothers breaking up after 45 years, in other words, after this year. That is a rumor. We are not breaking up. We are replacing Derek Trucks."
Eric Church says that he doesn't use Twitter or Facebook and doesn't plan on starting anytime soon. Speaking with Spin magazine, the country star said he's about the music: "I've been very honest with the fans about that. The music is what you're gonna get, and the show. We're gonna focus on it. It's all I think about. It's all we do."
The trailer for "God's Pocket," the last film with the late Philip Seymour Hoffman, has been released by its distributor IFC. The film, based on the 1983 novel, is the first feature length work from director John Slattery ("Mad Men"). The plot centers on Mickey (Hoffman), a professional thief who attempts to cover up the circumstances surrounding the death of his 22-year-old step son.
Alexa Ray Joel gave her family and fans a scare when she fainted onstage during a show over the weekend. Joel (the daughter of Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley) was performing the final show of her two-week run at the Café Carlyle on Saturday night when she told the audience that she, despite feeling ill and having pulled muscles in her back and neck, was going to perform anyway.
David Fincher ("The Social Network") has left the Steve Jobs biopic following a dispute over pay and control of the film's marketing. According to the Guardian, Fincher made "aggressive" demands for $10 million upfront, but was turned down by the film's distributor Sony. A source, speaking with the Hollywood Reporter, said that Sony called Fincher's demands ridiculous.
Wiz Khalifa parties in the streets and is joined by B.o.B, Ty Dolla $ign, Big K.R.I.T., and Rich Homie Quan in the new music video for "We Dem Boyz." Wiz seems right at home in the new Ethan Lader directed clip as the rapper smokes a blunt in his house before making his way outside and into the streets, walking past an ice cream truck and a BBQ.
The Black Keys have shared a new song entitled "Turn Blue," which will serve as the title track of the duo's forthcoming eighth studio album. Turn Blue, the follow-up to their 2011 release El Camino, is expected to be released on May 12.
Muse have confirmed plans to commence work on a new record later this year. Speaking from the Coachella Music Festival, drummer Dom Howard explained that the band has opened up their calendar following their appearance at the fest: "We're going to start this year . . . (Coachella) is our last two gigs, then we're completely done for touring this album," he began.
Adriana Lima and Candice Swanepoel have announced that the Victoria's Secret fashion show is coming to London for the first time this winter. The news was announced during a presser at Victoria's Secret New Bond Street store on Tuesday. "The Victoria's Secret fashion show is the biggest fashion event in the world," said Brazilian model Lima.
Chris Brown has released a teaser snippet of "Don't Be Gone Too Long," his long-awaited collaboration with Ariana Grande, originally set to be released last month. The preview clip of the collab, which had to be rescheduled because Brown went to jail, finds Brown doing what he does best - dancing. There is also an intimate scene between the two.
After a decent limited run in theaters and plenty of awards season buzz, drama/comedy "Philomena" heads to DVD and Blu-ray this week hoping to find a few adult audiences, with Judi Dench headlining the cast in another Oscar-nominated role. Also getting launched in the home market this week will be smash hit "Ride Along" and Ben-Stiller-starring comedy "The Secret Life of Walter Mitty."