Air New Zealand is providing “flexibility” over flights for people with tickets to the cancelled Rolling Stones concert in Auckland on April 5, the company says.
The 39-year-old man who tried to use the power of the internet to help him sniff Taylor Swift’s hair has set his sights on pop singer Selena Gomez. The competition by Boston radio station, Kiss 108, designed to find Swift’s biggest fan by getting friends of competitors to vote for them, was cancelled after Charles Z took first place on the leaderboard.
Record company bosses and concert promoters may claim it sells, but Dame Kiri Te Kanawa deplores the sexualisation of female classical musicians.
Teenage pop star Justin Bieber appears to have given up on his pet monkey which was seized by German customs officials in March, according to the shelter looking after “Mally”.
Abba’s Agnetha Faltskog returns to the spotlight with a new album.
Who would dare to ask one of the most famous opera stars in the world about his failed marriage No need. He brings it up almost immediately himself.
The list of troubles linked to Justin Bieber’s tour of Europe grew again after Swedish police said they had found drugs and a stun gun on the pop singer’s bus. No arrests were made since the bus was empty at the time, Stockholm police spokesman Lars Bystrom said.
A jury has been chosen in the $40 billion civil lawsuit over the death of Michael Jackson that pits the pop star’s mother against concert promoters AEG Live.
Michael Jackson’s daughter reportedly wants to “tear Conrad Murray apart” when she testifies in her family’s wrongful death suit against AEG Live. Paris Jackson’s grandmother Katherine Jackson has accused the firm of negligent behaviour leading to the King of Pop’s 2009 death
Jury selection has began in a Los Angeles civil trial that will revisit the chequered life and sudden death of superstar Michael Jackson before a planned comeback that he had hoped would revive his tattered personal and musical reputation. Jackson’s elderly mother Katherine is suing AEG Live, the promoters of a never-realised series of 2009 London concerts, for the wrongful death of her son, alleging they were negligent in hiring Dr Conrad Murray to care for the singer while he rehearsed for a planned series of 50 shows