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Fyre Festival mastermind Billy McFarland was placed in solitary confinement on Friday, as The New York Times reports. McFarland’s attorneys tell the Times that they believe the solitary confinement is the result of the recent launch of his new podcast “Dumpster Fyre” earlier this week; McFarland appeared on the debut episode, speaking via prison phone.
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The Weeknd has released the music video for his After Hours song “Too Late.” The new clip continues the storyline from the “In Your Eyes” video, which ended with the Weeknd getting beheaded. In the “Too Late” video, two women find the Weeknd’s disembodied head and bring it back to their mansion. They also cut
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Quibi, the streaming service started by Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman, is shutting down six months after launching, the Wall Street Journal reports. According to WSJ, the decision to shutter the company was made in an attempt to return as much capital to investors as possible. Read WSJ’s full report here. Quibi cost $4.99 a
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Southern singer Hayley Williams was only 19 years old when she shot to stardom as the orange-haired vocalist of the pop-punk band, Paramore, which released the hit song “Misery Business” from their sophomore album, “RIOT!,” which included other rocking songs “That’s What You Get,” “Crushcrushcrush” and “Hallelujah.” Hayley shared the stage with a group of
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Patti Smith appeared today on Marc Maron’s WTF podcast promoting the paperback edition of her 2019 book The Year of the Monkey, her relationships with Chelsea hotel denizens like William S. Burroughs and her “cowboy writer” Sam Shepherd, and the time Allen Ginsberg tried to pick her up because he thought she was “a very
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Adele has been announced as host for the upcoming episode of Saturday Night Live, set to air on October 24. The singer tweeted the news earlier today, which also revealed that this weekend’s musical guest will be H.E.R. Find the announcement below. Adele released her third album, 25, back in November 2015. She took home
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Bob Biggs, who helped put Los Angeles punk on the map with his independent label Slash Records, has died, according to Deadline. He was 74. Biggs launched Slash Records in 1978, coming on to the Los Angeles punk zine Slash and developing the label out of the publication after its original founding. Along with Slash,
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Beyoncé’s HOMECOMING: THE LIVE ALBUM, which captured her iconic 2018 Coachella set, is coming to vinyl for the first time. The 4xLP set—out December 4—comes with a 52-page booklet. Preview the record below. Beyoncé released her HOMECOMING documentary on Netflix in April 2019. Earlier this year, she shared the song “BLACK PARADE” and then the
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Chrissy Teigen‘s still healing from the unimaginable loss of their baby boy, but she’s assuring fans she and John Legend are getting through it. As you know, Chrissy’s been silent on social media since sharing the devastating news just over 2 weeks ago their son, Jack, died following pregnancy complications. On Friday though, she reposted
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