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.
A world tour featuring the King of Pop will be brought to life in New Zealand this year. Jackson died in 2009 three weeks ahead of his This Is It tour – a series of 50 concerts to be held at the O2 Arena in London – but a unique performance by Cirque du Soleil will bring the pop star’s music back to life
Amanda Bynes has claimed her outrageous behaviour has been an act to help her prepare for a film. The American star has made a string of headlines over the last few months
Australian X Factor winner Reece Mastin is embroiled in a sexting scandal. A Newcastle, New South Wales, girl claims that the singer has tried to solicit nude images from her, news.com.au reported.
She seemed to come out of nowhere. In just two months Lorde has become the Kiwi pop star everyone’s talking about.
Harry Styles has denied he sent “disgusting” text messages to a British TV presenter.
Darting around a windowless command center in southwestern Germany, Maggie Woodward flashed orders to pilots and skippers from the Great Plains to the Dolomites. She scrambled U.S.
One person was in custody Monday following a report of an armed intruder on the University of South Florida campus in Tampa, Florida, police said. USF police have asked the Tampa police’s bomb team to respond to the campus regarding the belongings of the person in custody, said USF police Lt
Gmail is having problems — again.
Shouting from the audience. Holding up signs blasting the health care reform bill before Congress.