Known for his romantic relationships with actresses and models including Mischa Barton, Lauren Conrad and Kimberly Stewart, Cisco Adler was back on the prowl for his latest sweetie of the moment on Thursday (April 17).
The Whitestarr frontman was busy working on a new music video in Malibu, but made sure to give a hot blonde model a moment of his attention - and a nice squeeze of the behind.
For all of you Alicia Keys fans out there, November is a big month. Back on the 13th, she released her new album “As I Am” and this week she 's played at The Early Show and the WGA strike.
The “Falling” singer told interviewer Hannah Storm that the songs from her new album came from a newfound confidence. "There has been an overall feeling that I've come into my own. That's why I named this album: 'As I Am' because this is really who I am."
When you send your driver out to pick up some condoms for you, the night must be going pretty well. Just ask Criss Angel. His late night hookup with Britney Spears is all over the press, and we have the latest.
Wednesday night, Brit met up with the Mindfreak star at Cravings Restaurant in West Hollywood. Apparently they were setting up a collaboration for the MTV Video Music Awards.
If you’re internet savvy at all, you’re hip to the YouTube site. And one video has really stood out among its peers. It’s called “Chocolate Rain.”
The composer of the silly song is named Tay Zonday, and he’s garnered quite a bit of attention for his gibberish stylings. He told late night host Jimmy Kimmel, "You just put something silly on YouTube and it gets lot of attention."
As the Fall season approaches us, and back to school sales begin, the familiar sound of the MTV Video Music Awards is in the air. And Justin Timberlake and Beyonce Knowles are at the front of the nomination pack.
Both pop singers have seven nominations each, the network announced yesterday on Total Request Live. Along with JT and the Bootylicious girl, Amy Winehouse, Kanye West, and Rihanna are all up for the Video of the Year award.
Britney Spears finally followed through with a music-related commitment. After canceling her spot on Cyndi Lauper's tour because she "didn't want to sing," Brit shot her new music video at a warehouse in Los Angeles on Thursday (July 19).
Dressed in an interesting ensemble - as if on her way to a prostitute's funeral - Britney showed off a few dance moves for her newest single, reportedly titled “Get Back”.