Adam Levine Was “Attacked” By a Female Fan During a Concert
Maroon 5 was performing in Anaheim on Monday, when a female fan couldn’t repress her desires any longer, and stormed the stage to give Adam Levine a big hug. She came from behind him, so he was taken by surprise. He grappled with her for a bit, then put his arm around her, before security came in and escorted her away. Adam waved goodbye to her, kind of sarcastically. He finished the song, shrugged, and said, quote, “That was [effing] weird, right? “She like, cut my ear with her fingernail, it’s just weird to be, like, in the moment, ya know? And then the next thing you know someone’s [effing] in your face. It’s super terrifying.” Get the full story here.
Watch Kanye West Rap With His Mom
Kanye West’s close relationship with his late mother Donda has been well-documented in interviews, his music and his design work. An old video of Kanye rapping with his mother Donda has surfaced online. It starts with her reminding him of a rap he’d written, and then it cuts to them singing along to his track “Hey Mama”. Donda died in 2007, Kanye recently said “Only One” was influenced by his mother’s spirit. The video humanizes Kanye, who often comes off as spoiled and arrogant, all of that seems to melt away in this sweet clip. Get the full story here.
They’re Doing 17 More Episodes of “Arrested Development”
A lot of people wondered if the fourth season of “Arrested Development” would be the last one, that’s the one they released on Netflix, five years after the show got cancelled. All 15 episodes were available at the same time. Well according to executive producer Brian Grazer, quote, “We’re going to do another 17 episodes, so stay tuned.” That’s all we know, but last year Netflix said they were “positive” a fifth season would happen, it was just a matter of when. Get the full story here.
Marilyn Manson Got Punched in the Face at a Denny’s
Marilyn Manson went to a local Denny’s after performing in Alberta, Canada over the weekend. It was around 2:00 A.M., and sources tell TMZ that he got into an argument with a group at another table. It escalated to the point where Manson called a guy’s girlfriend the B-word. He didn’t like that, so he punched Manson in the face. But Manson’s rep says he was taking a photo with two girls when the guy came up and sucker-punched him for no reason. In the chaos, his female makeup artist also got elbowed in the face. The rep adds that they DO plan on pressing charges. Get the full story here.
Mischa Barton is Suing Her Mom, Claims She Stole Her Earnings
Mischa Barton has filed a lawsuit against her “greedy stage mother.” According to the statement, Barton claims that her mother, Nuala Barton, stole all of her earnings. “This action arises from the tragic tale of a greedy stage mother posing as a talent manager who, instead of acting in the best interest of her daughter/client, schemed to defraud her unsuspecting victim,” Mischa’s lawyers told Us Magazine in a statement. “From the outset, Nuala positioned herself to siphon her daughter’s hard-earned money by purportedly acting as her talent manager – a role for which Nuala had absolutely no experience or training.” According to TMZ, Mischa claims that Nuala even forced her out of her own Beverly Hills home and used her name to create a handbag line and open a boutique in London without giving Mischa any of the profits. Get the full story here.
James Best, ‘Dukes Of Hazzard’ Star, Has Died
“Dukes of Hazzard” star James Best died Monday night in North Carolina, after a brief illness and complications from pneumonia. He was 88. He played Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane, who schemed with Boss Hogg to get Bo and Luke Duke, and for a very bleak period in television history, Coy and Vance Duke. He also taught acting for 25 years, his students included Gary Busey, Clint Eastwood, Burt Reynolds, Teri Garr, Farrah Fawcett, and Quentin Tarantino. Tom Wopat played Luke Duke. He said, quote, “He was a fine actor, director and mentor, and an even better friend.” John Schneider played Bo Duke and said, “I learned more from Jimmie in one hour than from anyone else in a whole year.” Cooter, a.k.a. Ben Jones said, quote, “As a teacher, he influenced a generation of actors. That creative energy and zest for life were there until the end.” T And Daisy Duke herself, Catherine Bach, Tweeted, quote, “Darling Jimmy, Thank you for all the laughs, support and love. I will miss you like crazy honey.” Get the full story here.
Darling Jimmy, Thank you for all the laughs, support and love. I will miss you like crazy honey❤️ RIP❤️ pic.twitter.com/wv7syByqED
— Catherine Bach (@_CatherineBach) April 7, 2015