Chris Brown announced the dates to his star-studded F.A.M.E tour featuring Kelly Rowland and Tyga. Brown tweeted “This Tour is about to be crazzzyyy!” about the high-profile concert. The dates are below: Mon 9/12/11 TORONTO, ON @ MOLSON AMP. Wed 9/14/11 BUFFALO, NY @ DARIEN LAKE Fri 9/16/11 HOLMDEL, NJ @ PNC Sat 9/17/11 WASHINGTON, DC @ VERIZON CENTER Sun 9/18/11 DETROIT, MI JOE @ LOUIS ARENA Wed 9/21/11 CLEVELAND, OH @ CSU Fri 9/23/11 CHICAGO, IL @ TINLEY PARK Sat 9/24/11 ST. LOUIS, MO @ VERIZON WIRELESS AMP. Sun 9/25/11 INDIANAPOLIS, IN @ VERIZON WIRELESS Wed 9/28/11 BALTIMORE, MD @ 1ST MARINER ARENA Fri 9/30/11 NASSAU, NY @ NASSAU COLISEUM Sat 10/1/11 RALEIGH, NC @ WALNUT CREEK AMP. Sun 10/2/11 ATLANTA, GA @ LAKEWOOD AMP. Wed 10/5/11 FT. LAUDERDALE/MIAMI @ Venue TBA Fri 10/7/11 TAMPA, FL @ Venue TBA Sat 10/8/11 CHARLOTTE, NC @ VERIZON WIRELESS AMP. Sun 10/9/11 VIRGINIA BEACH, VA @ FARM BUREAU AMP. Wed 10/12/11 KANSAS CITY, MO @ SPRINT CENTER Fri 10/14/11 DALLAS, TX @ GEXA AMP Sat 10/15/11 NEW ORLEANS, LA @ ARENA Sun 10/16/11 HOUSTON, TX @ WOODLANDS Tue 10/18/11 PHOENIX, AZ @ ASHLEY PAVILION Thu 10/20/11 LOS ANGELES, CA @ STAPLES CENTER Sat 10/22/11 OAKLAND, CA @ SLEEP TRAIN CONCORD Sun 10/23/11 SACRAMENTO, CA @ SLEEP TRAIN AMP. Wed 10/26/11 MEMPHIS, TN @ FED EX FORUM Fri 10/28/11 PHILADELPHIA, PA @ WELLS FARGO ARENA Sat 10/29/11 PITTSBURGH, PA @ CONSOL ENERGY CENTER Sun 10/30/11 HARTFORD, CT @ XL CENTER Chris Brown Denies Michael Jackson Tribute Invite? Can Chris Brown Still Be The Next Michael Jackson? Spotted @ Necole Bitchie.com
Ciara is currently in between record labels but that isn’t stopping her from dancing her a** off in a tribute to Michael Jackson at a recent concert. Ciara performed “Wanna Be Startin’ Somethin’” and “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough.” Ci Ci shared her love for Michael to Rap-Up.com saying ““It’s important for me to share with my generation the importance of Michael and what he was to music because to me there will never ever be another Michael.” Ciara Inks Deal With Epic Records? Ciara’s US Weekly Hot Bodies Photo Spread
Filmed by Estevan & Willie Todelo and directed by Estevan Oriol, this video captures fixed gear rider Michael Chacon doing his thing on the sun-soaked streets of Venice and Santa Monica. Although the Chacon family is well-known throughout the area (Westside, to be more specific) for their involvement in the lowriding scene, it appears as Broadcasting platform : Vimeo Source : Hypetrak Discovery Date : 14/07/2011 18:09 Number of articles : 2
We’re just a couple months away from a new Kelly Clarkson album . But you’re mere moments away from listening to the first single off this CD. The track is titled “Let Me Down” and we’re not really sure if it fits into the way Kelly described the sound of the upcoming album. She recently said it was influenced by Prince, Tina Turner, Sheryl Crow and Radiohead and “there’s a little bit of a country vibe/influence.” Can you hear that below? Kelly Clarkson – Let Me Down
The Office has found its man. Sort of. Having killed on the season seven finale as cocky branch manager candidate Robert California, Emmy winner James Spader has been announced as a new regular on that NBC sitcom. However, producer Paul Lieberstein says Spader will not have the job once held by Steve Carell’s Michael Scott. Instead, he’ll sky-rocket up to CEO of Dunder Mifflin’s parent company. Describing California as a “high-class weirdo Jedi warrior,” Lieberstein said in a statement that “he’ll have been hired over the summer as the new manager, but within hours, got himself promoted.” As a result, the task of replacing Scott in the office itself will fall to Dwight, Jim or Andy. Remember: for a weekly rundown of The Office quotes , visit our friends at TV Fanatic!
Charlie Sheen is most assuredly in need of anger management. And it sounds like the actor is actually gonna get, but not in the way we expected. Multiple sources confirm that Sheen has found his next project: a sitcom based on the atrocious 2003 movie Anger Management , which starred Adam Sandler and Jack Nicholson. Anger Management Trailer Producer Joe Roth, who worked with Sheen on a number of films, including Major League , will take charge of the new series. It will feature Sheen as a counselor of defendants in need of a new, relaxed view on life, similar to how Nicholson’s character dealt with Sandler in the aforementioned film. Of course, Sheen himself will posses a few anger issues. There’s no official deal and no network has picked up the show yet. Sheen will next appear on the small screen, roasted to holy heck , on Comedy Central.
Olympic swimming god Michael Phelps has quietly dated a Canadian woman by the name of Ashley Finestone for more than two years, reports say. The 26-year-old has been exchanging calls, texts and visits with the Montreal native, who he spent time with just this past weekend, in fact. “Michael was in Montreal last weekend to compete in the Canada Cup and I saw him walking hand-in-hand with Ashley,” a source told Radar . Finestone, a McGill University graduate, was good luck for Phelps, who brought home gold in the 200-meter freestyle and 100-meter butterfly. “Their relationship started a little over two years ago when they met staying at the same hotel in South Beach over New Years,” the insider said. Fortunately for Michael, and somewhat sadly for celebrity gossip sites: “Ashley has always been concerned with showing Michael that she would keep their relationship on the down-low and private first and foremost.” Michael has also been linked to Brittny Gastineau and Carrie Prejean of all people in recent years, along with that Caroline “Caz” Pal girl.
All hail Megatron! While Transformers: Dark of the Moon earned “just” $33.5 million on Friday night — 15 percent behind what Revenge of the Fallen grabbed on its first Friday in 2009 — the Michael Bay-directed explosion orgy is on track to bank $185 million through its first seven days. That might be disappointing, until you consider the foreign grosses, which are expected to top $200 million over the same timeframe. The outlook isn’t as rosy for Larry Crowne : the film crashed its moped into fourth place on the chart, and won’t top $20 million for the weekend. Your Friday box office is here.
While we patiently wait out the remaining month and a half until Craig Gillespie’s 3-D Fright Night hits theaters, DreamWorks has graciously delivered an apéritif of the horror comedy in the form of four blood-stained international character posters. The most entertaining of which is Colin Farrell’s, who playfully nibbles on a necklace, while offering his sexiest vampire come-hither look to passersby.
Now that nearly every action or comic-book movie wants to be as big, loud and spectacular as a Michael Bay movie, there’s something refreshingly straightforward — homespun, even — about an actual Michael Bay movie like Transformers: Dark of the Moon . The picture wears its ambitions on its whirring, rumbling, clanking, heavily CGI’ ed sleeve, and it pretends to be nothing more than it is: a honking, 40-karat piece of entertainment that will cost you dearly if you take your family to see it in the theaters, especially when you factor in that 3-D surcharge. Yet Dark of the Moon , the third installment in the unkillable Transformers franchise, shouldn’t be seen any other way. Bay doesn’t care about your soul, he just wants your money — but he at least makes sure you go home feeling exhausted and spent rather than vaguely dissatisfied. It’s a fair exchange.