Good golly, Ms. Miley: What is wrong with you? Miley Cyrus has been forced to postpone the first two European dates of her Bangerz concert tour while she continues to recover from ongoing respiratory problems. The 21-year-old singer was discharged from a hospital last Thursday following ten days recovering from a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics. A statement from her handlers late Wednesday said that dates original scheduled for Amsterdam and Antwerp this week will be rescheduled for June 20 and 22. From the statement: "After a period of improvement, Cyrus' symptoms have returned and doctors will not permit her to travel." Cyrus followed the release with a tweet consisting of dozens of tiny crying faces. Her management company says the singer still intends to perform at London's O2 Arena on May 6.
Source: The Daily Mail
KISS AND TELL
James Franco says his name doesn't belong on Lindsay Lohan's infamous bedmate list. During his appearance this week on Howard Stern's Sirius radio broadcast, the 36-year-old actor attempted to distance himself from the problematic tabloid figure. Last month, Lohan admitted on her OWN reality series Lindsay that she herself penned the list of three-dozen men, including several celebrities, with whom she had physical relations. Franco's name was on the list. "I will swear on anything you ask that I have never had sex with Lindsay Lohan," said Franco. "I will swear on my mother's life." When pressed on the matter by Stern, Franco allowed, "Alright, maybe we kissed. It was lame. I can't believe she put me on that private list!"
Source: The Wire
END OF AN ERA
Rest in peace, Al Feldstein. The former Mad Magazine editor passed away Tuesday at his Manhattan home at age 88. Feldstein's reign at Mad began in 1956 and he ran the magazine through its heyday period of the sixties and seventies. Feldstein also oversaw the horror titles published by EC comics for several years in the fifties.
Source: Huffington Post
Better sit down: There really will be a third Sharknado movie. The U.S. cable channel SyFy has ordered a third entry in the schlocky sci-fi franchise in which the main stars are massive man-eating sharks somehow made airborne. The first two Sharknado movies starring B-listers Ian Ziering and Tara Reid earned record ratings for SyFy and aired on the Space channel here in Canada. And since the first two films were set in Los Angeles and New York, all signs point to the third one taking place in Florida.
Source: Entertainment Weekly
What's the deal with Jerry Seinfeld and cars and coffee? The digital service Crackle has announced that they have renewed the former Seinfeld star's web series Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee for four more seasons. The fourth season of the online series – in which Seinfeld simply goes out for coffee with a fellow comedian and uses a cool vintage car to get there – will begin airing on Crackle this summer. In past episodes, Seinfeld has gone for rides with Tina Fey, Ricky Gervais, Larry David and Jay Leno.
Source: The Independent
The Voice contestant Christina Grimmie has turned a rap song by Drake into a ballad that is rising up the charts on iTunes. As of Thursday, Grimmie's soulful piano version of Drake's Hold On, We're Going Home, which she performed on Tuesday night's edition of The Voice, had reached number four on the iTunes download chart by Thursday morning. Grimmie rose to fame in 2009 by posting videos of herself singing onto her YouTube channel, resulting in close to 270 million views.