6 items from 2015
Poor Laz Delgado!
Adam Rodriguez’s duplicitous Empire character ends this week’s episode — and possibly his run on the series — on the brink of being turned into just another Malbec stain on Cookie’s office carpet, but winds up getting upstaged by a vomiting junkie, a completely crazy kiss and (not so surprisingly) the Lyon matriarch’s eye-popping new jacket (a Tom Ford for Sesame Street original, naturally).
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Worst part is, even if he survives Lucious’ “oh, baby boy, you are soooo dead” death-stare, »
Sister Sledge's Kathy Sledge was the victim of one of those "stranded traveler" email hacks -- and it was so convincing her friends panicked and nearly forked over their cash to the hackers. The email read, "Thought i could reach you out for help, My Family and I had to be in Manila,Philippines for short vacation" -- blah, blah (we've all gotten 'em), but bottom line is Kathy supposedly got mugged on vacay, »
- TMZ Staff
The Pope may have issues with one of the sisters ... from Sister Sledge. We're told the group -- which is scheduled to perform for the Pontiff Saturday -- is refusing to include one of its members, and she's not going without a fight. Kathy Sledge has been told by her sisters she cannot participate in the show. It's unclear what triggered this particular feud, but there's been long-standing tension between Kathy and the rest of the group. »
- TMZ Staff
Sister Sledge are set to perform for Pope Francis. The iconic music group will sing at global gathering 'The World Meeting of Families 2015' in Philadelphia, America on Saturday (26.09.15) to mark the religious leader's first official visit to the U.S. The 'Thinking of You' hitmakers will play a special rendition of their hit single 'We Are Family' as the song has become a mantra for peace around the world. In a statement, they said: ''We are truly honoured to have been asked to perform for His Holiness Pope Francis. The World Meeting of Families is such a special and unique event, which will bring together families from all over the world in a bond of unity, love and solidarity. ''We were thrilled to learn that His Holiness chose our hometown, Philadelphia, to show the entire world the significance of Family, Faith and Love. We firmly stand for and believe »
Nile Rodgers knows how to work a crowd. The iconic songwriter-producer-guitarist transformed Jimmy Kimmel Live! into a disco on Tuesday with a boisterous performance of the new Chic single, "I'll Be There." Backed by trumpet blasts and a funky rhythm section, Rodgers used his distinctive rhythm guitar to anchor the exuberant song. "I'll Be There" climaxes with a nimble bass solo and spacey vocoder lines.
The band also dusted off their trademark 1979 single, "Good Times," for a crazy web performance. After riding out the iconic groove, Rodgers led the band »
A year after it tried to live up to an unfathomable and unfair wave of hype that crowned it the "gay" "Girls," HBO's "Looking" returned for its second season Sunday night. The series began by introducing us to three "almost" best friends, Patrick (Jonathan Groff), Augustin (Frankie J. Alvarez) and Dom (Murray Bartlett) and then almost immediately sent them their separate ways for most of the first eight episodes. Augustin moved out of his apartment to be with his then boyfriend Frankie (O.T. Fagbenle), Dom seemed to mostly hang out with his own roommate, Doris (Lauren Weedman), and Patrick pretty much became the center of the show. Not what most people expected based on the TV spots and outdoor ads. Series creator Michael Lannan and co-executive producer Andrew Haigh weaved some intriguing character arcs over the first season, but faced criticism from reviewers and viewers who, frankly, wanted the show »
- Gregory Ellwood
6 items from 2015
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