Singer George Michael, who was hospitalised after he suffered a head injury following a severe car crash, has been discharged. He was travelling in a Range Rover in Hertfordshire when the accident took place, and he had to be pulled out of the car's wreckage, reports dailystar.co.uk. After the crash, he was airlifted to a hospital as he suffered head injuries. His driver was not injured in ...
Mariah Carey's spokesperson has vehemently denied rumours that the singer was lip-synching during her performance on American Idol on Thursday night. The Idol judge, who took the stage during the reality TV show's big finale, treated fans to a number of her greatest hits, including 'Hero', 'Vision of Love', 'We Belong Together 'and 'Make it Happen'. But many viewers took to Twitter, to ...
Michael Jackson's former maid has revealed that the late singer pointedly threatened her life if she ever snitched his sordid secrets. Adrian McManus told Inside Edition that she also believes that her deceased ex-boss committed child molestation, the New York Daily News reported. McManus claimed that one of Jackson's employees told her that if she would "ever go on a talk show or a TV show, ...
Singer George Michael was airlifted to a hospital after he was pulled out from a wreckage of a 70,000 pounds-worth Range Rover. He suffered head injuries in the car crash. "He was taken to hospital on the board. He couldn't move and was bleeding heavily. It clearly wasn't a minor shunt. But he's had the best emergency treatment and is recovering well," thesun.co.uk quoted a source as ...
Actress Zoe Saldana says there's a reason why singer Britney Spears enjoyed more popularity than other singers, who had a better voice. "Spears is a very beautiful human being. After I worked with her, I realised that there was a reason why she was the most popular pop artist over so many other pop artists at that time who were more talented, had better voices. And it was because of her heart, ...
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Popular singer Kanye West has remarked that he doesn't consider himself a celebrity. "I ain't no muthaf celebrity," dailystar.co.uk quoted West as saying. "I ain't runnin' for office. I ain't kissin' nobody's muthaf babies. I drop your baby and you muthaf sue me and st," he said. The 35-year-old is also busy preparing for his first child with fiance Kim ...
Beyonce has admitted that she does not sing her hits to her baby daughter, Blue Ivy, in her full concert voice because she is scared the tot will grow up hating her voice. The pop singer told ITV's Daybreak that instead of using her 'Beyonce voice', she uses a 'simple Mummy voice', the Sun reported. "I remember hearing a story about Celine Dion and she's like when I sing my, I don't know if it ...
Kelly Brook and Holly Willoughby accidentally locked lips on 'Celebrity Juice' while demonstrating how to play game Read My Lips, on Friday night. The game involved the contestants passing pieces of paper to each other using just their mouths. The duo shared the kiss after their paper dropped to the floor, the Sun reported. Later, the show's host Keith Lemon, who was apparently not satisfied ...
Colombian singer Shakira will leave NBC's "The Voice" and Christina Aguilera will return to take her place next season, the Web site E! News said. "It was a hard decision for me to make, because I'm really fond of the coaches, the people in production and everybody around me," the 36-year-old superstar told E! News. "And I really enjoyed 'The Voice', but I also have a musical career and I'm ...
Singer Lily Allen says her lyrical inspiration has changed ever since she became a wife and a mother. The "Fear" hitmaker had been on hiatus from the pop world since 2009, but she recently returned to the recording studio. Wife to Sam Cooper and mother to daughters Ethel, 18 months, and Marnie, four months, she claims her latest lyrics are now heavily inspired by her new life. "I wouldn't say ...
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He is the most evil, vile, demonic criminal. He is dead to me. There will be no visits, there will be no phone calls. He can never be Daddy again. I have no sympathy for the man.
Gregg was speaking about her father Ariel Castro who allegedly kidnapped, raped and held captive for a decade, three young women in Cleveland, Ohio.
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TOKYO - Japan's All Nippon Airways said Friday a modified Dreamliner had suffered a "minor" setback while conducting a test flight of an aircraft this month, but assured it was not due to overheating of lithium batteries.
All Nippon Airways, the Japanese airline that is the largest operator of Boeing's beleaguered Dreamliner, said an electric distribution panel overheated and blackened during a 787 test flight recently.
The May 4 test flight landed safely, and the cause of the "minor" incident was due to a nut not being properly tightened during maintenance by Boeing workers, Megumi Tezuka of All Nippon Airways said.
The pilot was alerted to the problem when an error light flashed in the cockpit.
A spokesperson for ANA said the airline was not obliged to alert safety regulators about the incident - described as "a minor issue that is also found on other types of aircraft" - but decided to do so anyway on May 4.
A Boeing spokeswoman said: "We are aware of the event, which was resolved quickly as noted by ANA."
"The problem occurred in one particular airplane alone, and we have already fixed the trouble," the spokeswoman said. "We believe the incident will not affect the safety of 787 flights. ...
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