Rapper/actor Ice Cube
is to star in Limp Bizkit
frontman Fred Durst's
new movie "Comeback." Cube will play a former high school football star who coaches his niece as she becomes the first female quarterback in (junior league) Pop Warner football history. The film is based on a true story.
wrote hit ballad "Big Girls Don't Cry" while she was claiming unemployment in the years before she became a member of The Black Eyed Peas
Rockers Dirty Pretty Things performed in a former seal enclosure at an Ibizan zoo on Tuesday. The band played the unusual location as part of the ongoing Ibiza Rocks festival. Frontman Carl Barat tells NME.com, "Well, this is one (show) we've never done before."
is hobbling around Hollywood on crutches after twisting her ankle during a recent charity trip to Uganda. The soul star is making promotional appearances in Los Angeles, and she's refusing to let an injury slow her down. Stone is even planning to go ahead with her Greek Theater show in Los Angeles next week.
Country star Jason Aldean
is a dad again after his wife Jessica gave birth to the couple's second daughter in a Nashville, Tennessee hospital on Monday. The Aldeans have named the baby Kendyl. Thrilled Aldean says, "I've got three girls at home now... I'm sure they'll be ganging up on me in no time."
star Eddie Vedder
will perform the songs he wrote for the soundtrack of documentary "Body Of War" at the Toronto International Film Festival in Canada on the sixth anniversary of 9/11. The singer has contributed two original songs to the film, which chronicles the life of Tomas Young, who was paralyzed by a bullet during his first week of military service in Iraq. The film will premiere at the festival on September 11.
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