Friday, August 3, 2012 12:39PM - By Laura Aguirre
This week, frontman Randy Blythe was let go on a hefty bail of $400,000. He’s not off the hook though because police are still investigating the incident that left a man dead at a Lamb of God show. Incubus announced that once their Honda Civic tour ends, they’ll be going back on hiatus. However, singer Brandon Boyd may have a solo album in the works, so it’s not all bad. All that and more below.
Monday, June 25, 2012 11:01AM - By Travis Woods
If you found yourself walking down the street today, and happened to notice windows, buildings, cars, streets and people all started to explode and cave in on themselves like that scene early in Inception when Juno realizes DiCaprio has pulled her into a dream, don’t fret. It totally makes sense. Ditto if you happened to see winged dragons vomiting blood from the skies while gorgons crawl from the sewers and begin nibbling on your feet and neighborhood cats being making friends with dogs. You see, Billy Ray Cyrus is making his Broadway debut in Chicago.
Friday, June 8, 2012 3:00PM - By Laura Aguirre
This week, the IRS announced that rapper Lauryn Hill avoided paying taxes and could face some lengthy jail time because of it. Also, Elvis and Tupac might soon share something in common. We’ve also got a video of President Obama singing an infectiously catchy song. Catch up on this week’s news below.
Thursday, June 7, 2012 3:53PM - By Travis Woods
Because the first words that enter into any clear-thinking person’s mind upon ruminating upon the existence of Miley Cyrus is “very adult and sexy and believable,” that’s exactly how her next studio album is being described by a Cyrus “insider” (i.e.: publicist). The 19 year old brayer singer is set to release the album soon, and promises it will be out before her upcoming wedding. Details below.
Tuesday, May 1, 2012 2:25PM - By Laura Aguirre
Disney stars are invading singing competition shows. First it was Christina Aguilera for The Voice. Then Simon Cowell recruited Britney Spears to be one of the new judges on his X Factor show for $15 million. Now, Cowell is on the hunt for another Disney star – Miley Cyrus.
Tuesday, April 5, 2011 2:36PM - By Joseph Oliveto
For Miley Cyrus fans, it is common knowledge that the young pop star gave up tweeting about two years ago–oddly, that’s around the time that most of us even discovered what “tweeting” is. Either way, as she continues to work on her post-”Hannah Montana” image, according to Yahoo!, Cyrus has returned to Twitter because she claims she wants to follow Charlie Sheen’s account.
Oh, don’t we all.
Thursday, March 3, 2011 8:57AM - By Joseph Oliveto
With the apparently family-destroying days of “Hanna Montana” behind her, pop star Miley Cyrus isn’t ready to leave the limelight just yet. Yahoo! reports that she’ll be hosting “Saturday Night Live” this Saturday, March 5; clearly she’s trying to branch out, since the show airs at 11:30 ET, which is long past the bedtime of her former target audience.
Friday, February 11, 2011 9:11AM - By Joseph Oliveto
After shedding her “Hannah Montana” persona and thereby asserting her status as someone who needs to be taken seriously, y’all, it is clear that Miley Cyrus wants to build her career and explore demographics other than the “middle-school student” bracket that she’s generally been targetting.
While most of us thought that meant she would focus on her music, maybe she’s also looking to develop a stronger acting career. ABC reports that she will be the guest host on “Saturday Night Live” on March 5, although we have to wonder if that’s a show her fan base will be watching.
Monday, January 17, 2011 9:09AM - By Joseph Oliveto
It had to happen sometime, as sad as it is. (Well, we’re assuming someone had to be sad about it.) Miley Cyrus recently turned 18, and as an adult, she’s, uh, ready to mature and grow as an artist. As such, last night marked the final episode of “Hannah Montana“, the TV show that confused out-of-touch pop culture fans who could never figure out if Montana was Cyrus’ alter ego, or vice versa.
Worry no longer. She’s just Miley Cyrus from now on. Maybe that’s still good reason to worry…