Celebrities, performers, and late night host, James Corden, took to Twitter to pay tribute to the victims of the Ariana Grande concert in Manchester, England Monday night. As the concert concluded and people were leaving, a suicide bomb went off and killed 22 people with 59 others injured.
Ariana Grande suspends the rest of her world tour after a bomb killed 22 people after her show in Manchester, UK Monday night. Police has confirmed that count along with at least another 59 injured.
James Cameron is being sued by a Florida man stating Cameron used his story for the lead character of “Titanic”. The man goes on to say that the movie was also based on specific stories he told friends about two of his relatives, a man and wife, who one died but the other survived.
Cher was presented the “Icon” award at Sunday’s Billboard Music Awards. The politically critical superstar however left Trump and any other politics out of her speech, and instead thanked family and friends.
Initial reports of Chris Cornell’s death read suicide by hanging, but Cornell’s wife is disputing the intentions. The widow has come out and said he told her might have taken too many Ativan after the show. She grew worried and called security to check on him in his hotel. She refutes the idea that his suicide was intentional and adds he didn’t know what he was doing because of the Ativan.