The Rolling Stones have indefinitely postponed their concert in Auckland, set for 5 April, after the girlfriend of frontman Mick Jagger was found dead in New York. The group posted the news on their Facebook page this morning: “The Rolling Stones are deeply sorry and disappointed to announce the postponement of the rest of their 14 ON FIRE tour of Australia and New Zealand following the death of L’Wren Scott.” The group has asked ticketholders keep their tickets until further notice.
There is still no official word on reports The Rolling Stones have cancelled their first Australian concert, after the death of Mick Jagger’s girlfriend.
Are you feeling expensive The Real Housewives of Melbourne is coming next year. The first series will be comprised of ten, one hour episodes and is being produced by Matchbox Pictures (those of Underground, Next Stop Hollywood and The Straits) in conjunction with Foxtel
The Catcher in the Rye, Doctor Zhivago, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Brave New World, Of Mice and Men, Slaughterhouse-Five, The Handmaid’s Tale and Lolita. It’s a not just a list of entries in the modern literary canon – they’re also books that have been banned.
Elijah Wood’s portrayal of serial killer Frank Zito in slasher remake Maniac will be able to play only to limited audiences in this country. The Office of Film and Literature Classification has restricted viewing to film festivals, or tertiary level media and film studies courses, and only to people aged at least 18
Popstar, The X Factor judge and actor Stan Walker is coming into the Stuff office today to answer all your questions. The Australian born Maori boy whose trademark “yous-isms” and “bro-ups” have drawn some criticism is hitting the road for his “World Tour of New Zealand” in September.
Australian soap Home and Away will be screened on TV2 at 5.30pm from August 19.
Australian singer and dancer Tim “Timomatic” Omaji knows a thing or two about TV talent shows. He made his mark on So You Think You Can Dance in 2009, placing seventh, and then appeared on Australia’s Got Talent in 2011, placing third.
Pierce Brosnan’s son Sean has posted touching pictures of his beloved sister, Charlotte, who died last week from the same disease that killed their mother. The photos, put on Sean’s Facebook page, were taken while Charlotte was undergoing treatment for ovarian cancer, Mail Online reports.
OPINION: Where do you draw the line When does a publicity stunt in the name of entertainment cross over into a tacky, potentially offensive, classless act of ticket sales over tact Well for me, that line lies somewhere a long way before this line: a photo of an “unemployment queue” outside a job centre featuring Australia’s most recent former prime minister apparently waiting her turn, resume in hand, to sign up.