The future of tap dancing in America may rest on the small shoulders of a four-foot-tall, 52-pound, 10-year-old boy from Ashburn, Virginia. Luke Spring is a YouTube darling who is even more astonishing in person
The former child actor who was the voice of Charlie Brown in the 1960s Peanuts animated television specials has been sentenced to a year in jail and immediately ordered to a residential drug treatment centre by a California judge who told him: “Don’t be a blockhead.” Peter Robbins, 56, who choked up while reading a letter of apology to the court, had pleaded guilty last month to two felony counts of stalking and making criminal threats against his girlfriend, Shawna Kern, and a plastic surgeon who had performed her breast implant surgery.
Two sides of Michael Jackson have emerged during the start of a trial involving a lawsuit over his death.
Before Michael Buble’s new album To Be Loved hits the shelves tomorrow, we’re giving you the chance to have a first listen. Buble’s sixth studio album follows his Christmas CD which sold seven million copies internationally
Michael Buble has sold millions of albums, but as he readies the release of his newest project, he’s less concerned with his future sales, thanks to his wife’s pregnancy. “I’m nervous and excited, and truly I think it’s given me great perspective,” the singer said at the music video shoot for his new single, It’s a Beautiful Day
Sarah Palin has a new book coming, this time about Christmas.
New Zealand on Screen has opened its treasure chest again to make sure TV’s legendary moments do not fade to black. The new collection canvases some of the tragic, scandalous, and brilliant moments that shaped New Zealand television
A mall in South Portland was forced to let their Santa go after receiving complaints from mothers that was just too rude! Rude & Grumpy A mall in Maine has sacked Santa Claus after children and parents complained he was rude, grumpy and wouldn’t even let one child sit on his lap. Officials at […]
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Between 2003 and 2004, Marion Le, a Canberra-based lawyer, made regular trips to the remote island of Nauru in the South Pacific. But she wasn’t going for a beach holiday.