Kelly Osbourne is signing off!
The Fashion Police co-host gave E! her walking papers today.
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What would you do if you saw Bill Murray? Start quoting Stripes? Do your best Roger Moore impression? Make him bartend? Such was the dilemma faced by Aaron Paul who was situated next to Bill at a Kings of Leon concert in NYC this week. Rather than acting rashly, and perhaps bringing up Garfield in a mindless faux pas, Aaron took to Twitter to ask his followers what he should do:
They have still very much got it!
After Kings of Leon kept it somewhat simple during their performances on Saturday Night Live this weekend, the Followill boys made their way from New York to El Lay to perform live for Ellen DeGeneres!
And they did NOT disappoint!
After performing their newer single Wait For Me, KoL whipped out an old favorite for Ellen’s audience - Use Somebody!
ZOMG! This song is still as good now as it was 5 years ago!
Ch-ch-check out Kings of Leon on Ellen (above)! We dare you not to sing along.
Don’t you just love when singers and bands sound just as good live as they do on the album?
The group started out with their catchy tune Temple (above), then moved on to their more ballad-y Wait For Me (below).
The performance had no frills, but when you make good music, it shows through all of the extras!
Ch-ch-check them out, and tell us which song YOU liked better!
Nothing like unknowingly throwing your friends under the bus…from the grave!
The story goes like this—Apparently, Lloyds of London (an insurance market) is refusing to pay benefits under a policy that AEG took out in case MJ was unable perform for his This Is It tour, because the company failed to reveal Michael was a drug user!
The Michael Jackson Company sued Lloyds, demanding the payment for the policy—but are claiming that a number of artists, including Britney, George, Kings of Leon, AC/DC and Whitney Houston were known drug addicts and all of them applied for similar insurance at Lloyds!
Ohh the drug-fueled dramzzzz!
MJC wants to see
Green Day strummed it up to the stage to collect their award for best rock at the MTV EMAs!
Woo hoo! We knew you could do it!
Congratulations, boys! You've done America proud!!!!
We're not sure which is better, so we'll just say they're both winners here!
The Oklahoma boys took their talents to Amsterdam and rocked the stage at the EMAs!
The Kings toned things down for a performance of Beautiful War, but they still brought the fireworks! Literally!
The stage was filled with sparks and explosions while Caleb Followill showed off his absolutely flawless voice!
Ch-ch-check out their amazing performance (above)!
We're in a corner, watching this cover, oh-oh-oh!
The Kings of Leon gave an AHmazing, soulful, and haunting rendition of Robyn's Dancing on my Own for BBC 1 Radio, a performance that you might hear in a jazz club, and might need to hear if you've got the blues!
The Kings decided to switch out some of the electronic synth for some spine-chilling guitar work, but still this makes us wanna dance, even on our own!
Hmm, maybe they could do a cover exchange program, and our favorite Swedish pixie can cover Sex On Fire?!
Well, if Robyn's Body Talk was that her sex was on fire, we'd say see a doctor ASAP, but in this non-medical case, cover away Robyn!