Johnny Depp traveled with his dogs to Australia for the shooting of the sequel of Pirates of the Caribbean The Australian Department of Agriculture announced that Johnny Depp's dog are threatened to be killed with euthanasia. The threats were made because the actor did not follow the procedures in order to bring the two Yorkshires
Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage Percy Sledge, the man who sang the classic soul song "When a Man Loves a Woman," has passed away at age 73. His representatives at Artists International Management confirmed to the tragic news to E! News but shared no other details. The coroner in East Baton Rouge, however, said that Sledge died of natural
Suge Knight appears in court for a preliminary hearing on Wednesday. Suge Knight was handcuffed to a stretcher-style wheelchair and rolled into court Wednesday in a dramatic scene that upset the music mogul accused of murder. His lawyer called the treatment “degrading and humilating,” likening the image of Knight in the long-back chair to that
James Bond star Daniel Craig has had knee surgery after sustaining an injury while filming action scenes for the latest instalment of the spy series. Craig had what was described by Eon Productions as a "minor procedure" during the Easter filming break. The 47-year-old was filming in Mexico before he returned to New York last
Vin Diesel and Paul Walker (Getty Images) Get ready to get a little teary-eyed: Vin Diesel announced on Today that he named his new baby daughter after his deceased Furious 7 co-star and pal Paul Walker, who passed away at 40 years old after a fatal car crash in late 2013. Her name is Pauline.
Taylor Swift has bought the web domain names TaylorSwift.porn and TaylorSwift.adult. The addresses are part of a public sale by the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN). The web domain names go on sale to the public on 1 June but some stars and companies are being given the opportunity to buy them
March 20, 2015. Chris Brown, right, appears with his attorney Mark Geragos, at a court hearing in the singer's long-running case over his 2009 attack on Rihanna in Los Angeles. (Reuters) Chris Brown has finally put his 2009 attack on Rihanna behind him, at least legally. Superior Court Judge James R. Brandlin ended Brown's felony probation