The Big Day Out guessing game continues. Aussie tabloid the Herald Sun says Snoop Lion, Blur and Pearl Jam will be headlining the tour in Australia
The moment that had a nation holding their breath is set for the small screen, with a television movie based on Stephen Donald’s World Cup clinching kicked approved for NZ On Air funding. It was revealed in February that NZ On Air were considering funding the project, which will be produced by Great Southern Television.
Hello, is it beer you’re looking for Although the footage doesn’t make its debut for several weeks, here’s a sneak peek at American crooner Lionel Richie as you’ve never seen him before – hanging out in a fridge. Almost 30 years after he romantically pursued a blind art student around college in the original video for his No.1 hit single Hello, Richie is back performing the classic in a quirky beer commercial showcasing Lion’s new draught beer dispenser for the home, Tap King.
North West may well take the cake for questionable celebrity baby names, but there is certainly some stiff competition.
The teaser trailer for the Princess Diana biopic starring Naomi Watts surfaced online yesterday as a result of an unauthorised leak, the film’s Australian distributor claims.
International rock star Joel Madden is not expected to be charged after police allegedly discovered a small quantity of cannabis in his Sydney Star casino hotel room.
The world is waiting with bated breath for the follow-up to last year’s hit Gangnam Style. But with Psy’s latest single set to be released this week, the K-Pop star is starting to feel the pressure
Watch German director Roland Emmerich taking on the White House. Again.
When you look at the third generation of Kennedy men, much of what remains of a once powerful dynasty is good teeth, good hair and the best public relations a trust fund can buy.
The governing body for world athletics has urged caution over reports that world-champion South African runner Caster Semenya has both male and female sexual organs.