Aerosmith’s lawyers have sent cease-and-desist letters to Donald Trump, strongly recommending he not use their song “Dream On” at his campaign rallies. Why do politicians keep doing this? More specifically, why does Donald Trump keep doing this?
To kick off her 777 tour, Rihanna's taken 200 bloggers and journalists on a Boeing 777 for a week. I've used my crack investigative skills to determine that everyone is getting fucked up and having a good time. At one point, Ri-Ri personally served cognac. One of the writers, Julieanne Smolinski, has a quick Q&A…
In this week's abbreviated, holiday-weekend compilation of pop culture crap, strippers protest a church, Nancy Grace cracks nuts, and Aerosmith's Steven Tyler has an elaborate manicure.
- ABC is developing a daytime talk show for Tori Spelling.
- Madonna is in Brazil, but not to meet Jesus' parents. She says:
Aerosmith's Joe Perry says that Steven Tyler has quit the band, though he doesn't "know for how long, indefinitely or whatever." Tyler has been with Aerosmith since 1970; Perry claims the band will try to carry on without him. [UPI]
- John Travolta allegedly refused medical help after his son Jett suffered a seizure — which is why the paramedics in the Bahamas were trying to blackmail him.
- Forbes has released the top-earning celebrities over 50, and Oprah is at number one! To put things in perspective, Forbes' Lauren Streib writes:
- Rihanna will appear on the September 14 launch of The Jay Leno Show — her first performance since being assaulted by Chris Brown in February. But she won't be alone:
- Oprah is being sued for $1 trillion. That is one trillion dollars. Here's the deal: