Angelina Jolie has given us yet another reason to love her. In a new interview with the New York Daily News, the mother of six says that rich and famous women have no business complaining about the challenges of raising children. "I actually feel that women in my position, when we have all at our disposal to help us, shouldn’t complain," she says. "Consider all the people who really struggle and don’t have the financial means, don’t have the support, and many people are single raising children. That’s hard.” Preach, girl!
Following her ARTPOP Ball tour stop in St. Paul, Minnesota, Lady Gaga paid a surprise visit to Gillette Children’s Hospital on Wednesday. Apparently, the hospital was informed just hours ahead of time that Gaga would be making an appearance. Once there, she spent her time meeting and taking photos with her young fans. Gilette Children's Hospital later tweeted their gratitude, writing, "Many thanks @ladygaga for an amazing visit with our kids today! Memories that will last a lifetime!"
Usher couldn’t be happier that his team member, Josh Kaufman, won the sixth season of The Voice, and now he’s got some fighting words for fellow coach, Blake Shelton. Speaking to Us Weekly after Tuesday’s finale, Usher said, “Man, it feels good to have a new coach win... If Blake won again, I would have walked off the stage." While the “Good Kisser” singer won’t be in the red chair next season, he’s already hinting that he might return in the future. "This obviously gives great reason and logic to come back and defend the title, but also to change the idea of what type of winner wins and what it takes to win," he continued.
Even in death, Michael Jackson is making history. Last week, Jackson’s new song “Love Never Felt So Good,” featuring Justin Timberlake, debuted at #9 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart -- making Jackson the first artist in history to score top 10 hits in five different decades, Radio.com reports. The King of Pop’s streak dates back to 1971, when he reached the top 10 for the first time with “Got to Be” at the #4 spot. The ‘80s found 17 of Jackson’s songs reaching the top 10, while his last top hit before “Love Never Felt So Good,” was “You Rock My World” in 2001.
Peal Jam have announced a 12-city U.S. tour that will begin in October and includes a date at the Austin City Limits Music Festival, Rolling Stone reports. Tickets for the tour, which kicks off October 1 in Cincinnati, Ohio, go on sale May 30. Pearl Jam, who will spend the summer playing shows across Europe, released their 10th studio album, Lightening Bolt, last year.
Pearl Jam U.S. tour dates:
- 10/1 Cincinnati, OH - U.S. Bank Arena
- 10/3 St. Louis, MO - Scottrade Center
- 10/4 – 10/5 Austin, TX - Austin City Limits
- 10/8 Tulsa, OK - BOK Center
- 10/9 Lincoln, NE - Pinnacle Bank Arena
- 10/10 – 10/12 Austin, TX - Austin City Limits
- 10/14 Memphis, TN - FedEx Forum
- 10/16 Detroit, MI - Joe Louis Arena
- 10/17 Moline, IL - iWireless Center
- 10/19 St. Paul, NM - Xcel Energy Center
- 10/20 Milwaukee, WI - BMO Harris Bradley Center
- 10/22 Denver, CO - Pepsi Center
PRIME TIME TV
Last Comic Standing on NBC (Comics perform their funniest sets for the judges; Wanda Sykes, Howie Mandel, Amy Schumer, Cheryl Hines, Jeff Ross and Gilbert Gottfried serve as comedy mentors)
Hell's Kitchen on Fox (A team competition tests the contestants' knowledge of pork, with the winners receiving an indoor sky-diving experience; during dinner service, both teams face struggles)
Bad Teacher on CBS (Meredith is jealous when she sees Joel flirt with another teacher during the 6th grade student sleepover)
Impractical Jokers on Tru TV (Serving guests at a sub shop; using memory to get through a series of commands; the loser experiences the painful pangs of parenthood)
Jimmy Fallon: Amanda Seyfried, Will Ferrell, Chad Smith
Jimmy Kimmel: Magic Johnson, T.J. Miller, Little Dragon
Craig Ferguson: Tom Lennon, Bob Oshack, 2Cellos
Seth Meyers: Hugh Jackman, Kevin Nealon, Ali Wong
Carson Daly: Giovanni Ribisi, Tinariwen, Gillian Robespierre
Daily Show: Drew Barrymore
Colbert Report: Ray Mabus
At Midnight: Doug Benson, Jen Kirkman, Greg Fitzsimmons
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Conan O'Brien: Ellen Page, Bob Saget, Jennifer Nettles
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