Justin Bieber is canceling the rest of his Purpose World Tour “due to unforeseen circumstances.”
It’s a great week for fandoms in Las Vegas.
Dubbing their latest outing the “Summer Gods Tour” may seem just a tad hyperbolic from afar, but then again, judging by Third Eye Blind’s raucously received showing at Life is Beautiful last September, it’s clear these ’90s alt-rock favs remain radio-friendly deities for plenty.
With the “I Love the ’90s: The Party Continues Tour” hitting Vegas, here are five ultimate jams from that era that you’re sure to bust some moves to this weekend:
The death of Linkin Park frontman Chester Bennington came as a surprise to the world when it was announced, but it also struck similarities to the death of fellow rocker and close friend Chris Cornell, who killed himself in May.
Bolstered by a new generation of fans, Hall & Oates are bringing more than the expected hit parade on their current tour with Tears For Fears. Abetted by red wine and Heinekens, three cool dudes are talking about why they’ve seldom been considered cool.
Chester Bennington, the lead singer of rock band Linkin Park, was reported to have killed himself Thursday at his southern California home.
Madonna persuaded a New York state judge to halt the auction of 22 personal items including a pair of worn satin panties, a hairbrush containing her hair, and a break-up letter from a former boyfriend, the late rapper Tupac Shakur.
Casual “Gilmore Girls” fans know him as Luke Danes, the curmudgeonly but thoughtful owner of Luke’s Diner and eventual, if not always-certain, paramour of Lorelei Gilmore.