Madonna may still reign supreme as the Queen of Pop, but when it comes to her life at home, Madge doesn’t always rule with an iron fist.
Whatever is behind the Piers Morgan/Madonna mystery feud, there appears to be only one way to resolve their differences. Morgan told “TMZ” that he wants Madonna to “get down on bended knee” and apologize to him on “TMZ” in order to rectify their differences, which went code red online this week. On Tuesday, Morgan openly […]
Will Ferrell wasn’t the first guy to show up on talk shows in character, doing conceptual comedy bits; Chris Elliott has been doing it for 30 years.
You knew it was inevitable, but the news is still interesting: According to E! Online, “Glee” is currently shooting a Whitney Houston tribute episode, conceived after the diva’s death last month. This is after the producers had a brief tribute during an episode that aired the week after Houston died, an episode that coincidentally had […]
You knew that as soon as “The Daily Show” hit the air this week that they were going to address Rush Limbaugh calling Sandra Fluke a “slut.” And they did with full guns blazing; Jon Stewart even expressed that “he’s a terrible person” at some point during the show-opening bit about the incident.
Madonna has slammed British rapper M.I.A.’s offensive finger gesture during her Super Bowl show as juvenile, negative and out of place.
Madonna’s Super Bowl halftime extravaganza saw an outpouring of praise from fans and critics alike. But Her Madgesty had at least one detractor in Piers Morgan.
On last night’s big post-Super Bowl season premiere of “The Voice”, Tony Lucca was the last to take the stage, and he sung a fantastically soulful rendition of “Trouble” by Ray LaMontagne. He told Carson Daly that he wasn’t sure that judge Christina Aguilera was going to recognize him from their days when they were […]
“The NFL hired the talent and produced the halftime show,” NBC spokesman Christopher McCloskey said. “Our system was late to obscure the inappropriate gesture and we apologize to our viewers.”
Madonna positioned herself as the queen of a new generation of pop stars at the Super Bowl halftime show – complete with throne – but didn’t have complete control of her show.