Madonna‘s alleged stalker wants his day in court, and he’s willing to pass up a one-year plea bargain sentence for the opportunity to argue his case. The New York Daily News reports that 61-year-old retired firefighter Robert Linhart has rejected the plea agreement. The next step is a hearing on Feb. 21, which could result in a trial.
Fans now have a clearer picture of what to expect from Adam Lambert‘s next album ‘Trespassing,’ thanks to Australian DJ Byron Cooke, who heard half a dozen new tracks during a listening session and spilled the details on his blog.
Casey Abrams can now call Paul McCartney “labelmate.” The hirsute sixth-place finisher in last year’s ‘American Idol’ competition has inked a deal with Concord Music Group, which is home to former Beatle McCartney as well as Carole King and Rush.
Gossip sites have been reporting for months that the marriage of Will Smith and Jada Pinkett Smith is nearly over. Now, In Touch Weekly is giving some credence to those rumors with a new report that Jada has met with a divorce attorney.
No television? No problem! NBC and the National Football League announced today that the Super Bowl, featuring the highly-anticipated halftime performance from Madonna, will be streamed live online for the first time.
Several cast members from ‘Glee‘ taped an episode of ‘Inside the Actors Studio’ last night for a show to air in January. Lea Michelle, Cory Monteith, Chris Colfer, Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison and creator Ryan Murphy joined host James Lipton for the long-running show in which actors discuss the secrets of their craft.
When it comes to popular music, Michael Buble is Mr. Christmas for 2011. The crooner claims the No. 1 spot on the Billboard album chart for the second consecutive week with 293,000 copies sold of his ‘Christmas’ album, which shows no signs of slowing down.
The 2012 BRIT Awards have yet to even announce their nominees, but The Sun is reporting that Coldplay and Rihanna have already agreed to perform their collaboration ‘Princess of China’ at the ceremony.
After the Grammy Awards were announced last week, Katy Perry talked about the inspiration for her twice-nominated hit song ‘Firework,’ declaring it an anti-bullying anthem that was inspired by legendary beat writer Jack Kerouac.
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