There’s a reason you no longer see a real
"The fans were screaming for me to come forward, so I took a couple steps forward and the ball came crashing down on stage," Michaels told me. "It literally landed where I was standing. We looked at each other like 'We're still alive, right?' That would have been an instant death. You would have seen my boots sticking out underneath the mirror ball."
Michaels, who performed a solo show at Viper Alley in Lincolnshire Friday, said he now uses a much lighter, fake disco ball during concerts.
On the record: “Send your prayers out and chuck up your deuces, the McRib is gone. It was only here for a limited time.” –
Congratulations: Notre Dame high school alum Ernie Halvorsen and fiancee Cindy Chiang walked away with the $1 million grand prize on the season finale of
The end is near: “The Nate Berkus Show,” hosted by interior desinger and
Sightings: Singer Ne-Yo hung out at Paris Club’s upstairs lounge, Studio Paris, on Thursday and posed for photos with fans. … The Bears’