This is really sad to hear.
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Gwen Stefani kicks off her This Is What The Truth Feels Like Tour in Massachusetts on July 12, and even though the thing doesn't even start for another week, she's already giving deep discounts in an effort to fill seats!
Blake Shelton's lover initially was selling tickets at $80 a pop on her Live Nation tour, but discounts are starting, and they are HUGE!
The concert company is offering a deal that's too good to be true (well, for Gwen, if she hopes to fill seats) on the tour right now: up through July 4, you can grab four tickets for $40 TOTAL!!!
Ch-ch-check out Live Nation's announcement of the deal (below):
This is so touching — and you can just see his pain.
Zachary Quinto went on The Late Show with host Stephen Colbert last night, and before they could go in on Star Trek and everything related to the film, they took a moment to remember the late Anton Yelchin.
Of course, Yelchin was killed in a freak accident last month, and Quinto memorialized him in a classy, well-spoken way (above).
Clearly, stars are struggling with Yelchin's sudden, unexpected death — as have fans from around the world.
We really feel for her!
About a month after Cynthia Bailey revealed that she was splitting with her husband of six years, Peter Thomas, the Real Housewives of Atlanta star is speaking out.
Speaking at her Cynthia Bailey Eyewear booth at the Essence Music Festival on Friday, Cynthia got real about her motivations for the split, and what she intends to do with her future (below):
We did not see this one coming!
Nancy Grace has been a controversial figure in cable news broadcasting for over a decade — but after 12 years on her TV home HLN, the iconic anchor is moving on to greener pastures!
The 56-year-old announced to The Hollywood Reporter that she would be leaving the CNN-owned network when her contract expires in October!
Grace broke the news on Thursday morning to her long time staff, and admitted she was "really mixed" about the difficult decision she's been "thinking a lot about" over the past three years.
According to a network spokesperson, Nancy Grace will be replaced with a new
It was the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, and now we know exactly how it happened.
On Tuesday, Orlando police have released a minute-by-minute narrative of the Pulse nightclub shooting — made up of the 911 calls, texts, and other contact that victims made as they were under siege inside the dance club.
The attack, which left 49 people dead and scores more injured, began just after 2:00 a.m. on June 12, with the first 911 call being logged at 2:02:54, according to the newly released report.
That call identified the incident as "unknown trouble," and just three seconds later, a call came in of "shots fired," and seven seconds after that of "shots still being fired."
The report merges multiple calls from that point for clarity, and reveals one caller hiding "upstairs" in a