MOSCOW (AFP) – Supermodel Naomi Campbell has flirted with novel writing and pop singing, but in her unlikeliest career move yet, she will appear Thursday on Russian state television to wish viewers a Happy New Year.
The British model, who has a Russian boyfriend, will appear as a guest on a New Year's light entertainment variety show on Channel One television, a spokeswoman for the channel told AFP.
ContactMusic: Pop sensation KE$HA added the dollar sign to her stage moniker after failing to recoup any royalties for singing on FLO RIDA's RIGHT ROUND.
The newcomer made download history over Christmas (09) when her debut track TiK ToK shifted more than 610,000 copies - the most sold in one week since the chart started in 2003.
She beat Flo Rida's chart-topping track - which features her… Continue
Queens rapper Lloyd Banks performed at New York City’s B.B. Kings. The streets may have been filled with snow and slush, but the bad weather didn’t stop fans from coming out to see the G-Unit solider.
Banks ran through classic mixtape cuts, including “Victory Freestyle,” before he took fans back to choice selections off his platinum debut, The Hunger For More, like “I’m So Fly” and “On Fire.” Blue Hefner balanced out the show with more solo material from his second… Continue
Both Young Money and Eminem made a huge impact on The Billboard 200 this week, putting hip-hop back on the top of the charts.
We Are Young Money, the debut album from Lil Wayne’s protégés, landed at the no. 9 position after its first week on shelves. The group, which consists of Drake, Nicki Minaj, Jae Millz, Gudda Gudda, Mack Maine, Tyga, Lil’ Chuckee and Lil Twist, managed to move 142,100 units, according to the Nielsen… Continue
Nobody loves New Year's Eve like celebrities -- because unlike you, stars like 50 Cent, Pete Wentz and the Black Eyed Peas get paid a ton of cash to show up and party. According to sources at NewYearsEve.com, Fergie Ferg and the rest of the Peas will be kissing some serious green come midnight -- taking in more than $700,000 to show up and perform at LAX at the Luxor. As for the rest...
50 Cent -- $100,000 for a party at Pure at Caesars… Continue
The storefront of the Sean John store in New York City is quite impressive ... or at least it was, according to a new lawsuit -- and now the company that runs Diddy's clothing line is suing the people who allegedly messed it up. According to a lawsuit filed in New York, Diddy's company -- Christian Casey LLC -- leased a portion of a ground floor building on Fifth Avenue in NYC for its flagship clothing store.
John Legend gave friends the "Green Light" to party Monday night, as a star-studded crew flocked to the Meatpacking District for his 31st-birthday bash.
With model-girlfriend Christine Teigen on his arm, the crooner kicked off the evening at Abe & Arthur's, where he and pals Estelle, Ludacris, Lindsay Lohan, Kid Cudi, Zach Braff and Ryan Seacrest enjoyed dinner. He then led the group next door to SL, where a spy says Estelle "blew it up" on… Continue
"The Tyra Banks Show" may be over, but her former employees have only just begun to spill about what it was really like to work on the CW gabfest.
And we hate to break it to you TyTy, but it's not all good.
"There had been high turnover of employees for years," a past crew member says, insisting that many people quit after just a few months because it was "pretty difficult to work for Tyra."
A black off-duty NYPD sergeant carrying takeout food to his girlfriend's apartment claims he was racially profiled and roughed up by aggressive cops in the Bronx.
Sgt. Reginald McReynolds says he was handcuffed for 20 minutes while threatened by a rookie cop with arrest and the loss of his pension.
"I was minding my business," McReynolds told the Daily News. "I can think of no other reason for being stopped but my skin… Continue
VIDEO SHOWS THE PROBLEMS WITH MASS PRODUCING ANIMALS:
A federal judge closed a filthy Rockland County kosher slaughterhouse Tuesday, saying the plant's dirty birds posed a health risk to the community.
Judge Stephen Robinson shuttered New Square Meats amid allegations the company dodged federal inspectors for years - and sold nearly 2 million uninspected birds to unsuspecting customers.
Patrick Burke, a lawyer for New Square Meats, argued the Spring… Continue