Max McGowen is a neurotic, hormonal and overbearing editrix who is currently studying legislative affairs at The George Washington University. When he is not yelling at people about misplaced words or serial commas, he can be found reading the latest issue of Travel and Leisure and dreaming about his future life sipping mojitos on the beach in Malibu. For now he is content with receiving little to no sleep.
Five years ago, it was a fresh-faced Jesse McCartney who was an MTV Video Music Awards virgin. He was up for Best Pop Video for “Beautiful Soul,” and says that even though he didn’t win, it was an exciting moment for him in his burgeoning music career.
While Travie McCoy fans are no doubt excited to see him perform at the VMAs, we wondered, who does he most want to see perform at the awards show on Sunday?
Rich Cronin, the former frontman for boy band LFO, known for the 1999 hit “Summer Girls,” died September 8 of leukemia. He was 35.
“UFO: Unbelievably Freakin’ Obvious” for cable network Syfy has Cyrus and his 21-year-old son Trace investigating conspiracy theories.
Night two of Home and Home tour with Jay-Z was even more energetic than the kickoff. By the time Eminem got to “Cinderella Man,” near the bottom of his set list on Friday night, the air was filled with so much audible adoration for Slim Shady, Sam Kinison himself could have rose from the grave and screamed in your ear and you wouldn’t hear it.
Jane’s Addiction said Monday it has parted ways with its latest bass player, former Guns N’ Roses member Duff McKagan, five months after announcing his addition to the oft-vacated post.
Pop star shoots 90-second commercial to current single as she channels characters including Marilyn Monroe.
Rivalry between Detroit artists was quashed by late D12 member Proof, says Violent J. “The beef we had with him was 11 years ago,” Shaggy 2 Dope explained. “That’s like beefing with somebody in high school and going to your 20th high school reunion, and you still have heat with that kid?”