Kiwi actor Russell Crowe has been rejected for Australian citizenship because of an immigration hitch.
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.
George Michael won’t face criminal charges for falling out of a moving vehicle in England last month.
Apple has signed an agreement with Warner Music Group for music licenses in a push to create a streaming music service to unveil at a conference of its developers next week, the New York Times and Wall Street Journal report, citing anonymous sources. The iPhone maker has been considering a music-streaming service to complement iTunes, the largest repository of music for sale, for the past year, but progress has been slow in hashing out deals with music companies, sources said earlier
Eminem’s song publisher is suing Facebook and an ad agency, saying they copied music from one of the rapper’s songs. Eight Mile Style filed a federal lawsuit in Detroit on Monday alleging that a 30-second Facebook ad broadcast online last month copied music from Eminem’s 2000 song Under the Influence.
Former Packed to the Rafters actor Justin Rosniak is in a serious condition but lucky to be alive after the van he was driving flipped onto its roof in Sydney’s west on Friday night, police say.
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”.
While Justin Bieber has apparently rekindled his romance with Selena Gomez, he has abandoned his pet monkey Mally in Germany. Mally, a 17-week-old capuchin monkey, was seized by customs authorities on March 28 when Bieber failed to produce the required papers after landing in Munich while on tour.
Australian supermodel Miranda Kerr has been involved in a serious car accident in Los Angeles which has left her wearing a neck brace.
A slimming product endorsed by Kim Kardashian has been banned from sale in Australia by the medicines watchdog. QuickTrim Suppress and Burn was one of three products cancelled from the Australian Register of Therapeutic Goods this week, the Herald Sun reported. Reducta FatBlaster tablets and BergaMet Mega cholesterol and metabolic support tablets were also cancelled from […]