Authorities in New Hampshire have reported that Brad Delp, the lead singer for the rock band Boston, has been found dead at his home.
A spokesman for the Atkinson police department called Delp's death "untimely" and said that that there is no indication of foul play. The former bandleader was apparently alone at the time of his death and the cause is still being investigated.
America made its decision the other night and Antonella Barba was sent packing as a result. Although she is only one of four who have been recently booted, Antonella has received a little extra attention due to some racy photos found on the internet.
Everyone expected Antonella to be voted off, but the question was when it would happen. The lack of emotion in Barba’s singing and the controversial pictures of her left viewers wondering why she was still on air. The answer, people wanted more photos!
Eddie Van Halen said on Thursday he that he plans to enter rehab "to work on myself," a move that appears to rule out a reunion by his troubled band when it is inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next week.
In a statement addressed to fans Thursday on Van Halen’s Web site, the guitarist said he decided to seek treatment because ”at the moment I do not feel that I can give you my best.”
Daughtry is back on top! The edgy American Idol alum found his self-titled album back at No. 1 as Norah Jones’ Not Too Late slipped in The Billboard 200.
Many have expected Daughtry to trail off, but the southern rocker has sure shown critics as his music continues to sell. Daughtry’s rocker style combined with American Idol exposure has kept him in the charts for 15 weeks.
The ultimate beat-crafter, Timbaland, who has produced hits for Justin Timberlake amongst others, is dying help the troubled Britney Spears get it together again.
"I feel her pain; it really bothers me," the 34-year-old rapper-producer told Entertainment Weekly. "I'm the type of person who tries to save the world. I just want to take her away, go overseas and work it out."
Former 'N SYNCer Lance Bass “tells all about his life, his music and his sexuality” in an autobiography due to hit shelves in October, the publisher announced on March 7th.
Simon Spotlight Entertainment announced that the book is titled “Out of Sync” and promises a "behind-the-scenes look at the 27-year-old singer’s days in boy band ’N Sync, as well as his headline-making venture to undergo astronaut training for a Russian space mission," according to MSNBC.
Jennifer Hudson's career has exploded ever since she was voted off of the hit tv show American Idol. The singer-actress has won multiple awards including an Academy Award for best supporting actress, and now the city of Chicago has given Hudson a day in her honor.
Mayor Richard Daley proclaimed yesterday (March 6th) as "Jennifer Hudson Day'' to honor the rising star, whose Cinderella story took her from Chicago's South Side to the Hollywood A-list.