Miley Cyrus remains hospitalized following a highly-publicized allergic reaction and today saw more bad news for the singer, as she was forced to reschedule at least two more dates on her Bangerz concert tour.
Concerts in Louisvile and Miley’s native Nashville have been postponed indefinitely. She reluctantly broke the news via Twitter this morning and made clear to fans that she is not pleased to be disappointing them.
The bizarre story of Andre Johnson’s suicide attempt and self-mutilation got a little stranger yesterday as the rapper took to his Facebook page and seemed surprisingly tranquil given his circumstances.
Johnson posted a status update that read simply, “Peace – feeling blessed.”
Naturally, this leaves followers to wonder if he’s heavily medicated or simply grateful to be alive after jumping from a balcony in an apparent attempt to take his own life.
Even though I’m a “professional blogger” (I still can’t believe I get paid to gossip), I don’t really spend that much time on other blogs. I was sitting here, struggling to come up with a suitable comparison for Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop.com, and I couldn’t really. I remember when Goop felt more homespun, like it was just a simple pet project from Gwyneth, like she was making a personal newsletter public. Nowadays, Goop.com is an industry with its own online catalogue of specialty products and collaborations with major designers. I still think Goop.com is a poorly operated site though.
Oh, James Franco. Does your ability to involve yourself in weird scandals know no bounds?
Fresh off his scandalous flirtation with teenager Lucy Clode, Franco finds himself at the center of another controversy – this one involving his personal attack of New York Times theater critic Ben Brantley.
The Times published a review of Brantley’s that featured some extremely negative comments about Franco’s performance in the Broadway revival of the play Of Mice and Men, and the temperamental actor quickly took to Twitter to express his displeasure.