Elton John contracted "a harmful and unusual" bacterial infection during his recent South American tour and, after an extended hospital stay that included two nights in intensive care, has canceled all of his shows scheduled for April and May.
"During his return flight home from Santiago, Chile, he became violently ill," his reps said Monday in a statement. "Upon returning to the UK, Elton's Doctors admitted him to hospital, where he underwent immediate treatment to remove the infection."
John was discharged on Saturday and, on doctor's orders, is resting at home. He's expected to make a full recovery.
The MC’s tour will take him to L.A.’s Staples Center on Aug. 6, at the tail end of a monthlong tour beginning July 12. The tour is in support of his new, widely acclaimed album “Damn,” released last week to coincide with his Coachella dates.
Openers for the tour include Travis Scott — who made a cameo with Lamar to perform “Goosebumps” in Indio — and D.R.A.M.
The last time Amber Heard made news out of Australia it was for smuggling two dogs. This time it's for mugging with some big dogs.
Heard, whose acrimonious divorce from Johnny Depp was finalized in January, posted a pic Sunday having dinner with Tesla-SpaceX billionaire Elon Musk at Moo Moo restaurant on Queensland's Gold Coast. Could've been a birthday dinner, as the "Aquaman" actress turned 31 on Saturday.
"Cheeky," she wrote in the caption, drawing attention to her lipstick print on Musk's face. He posted a similar pic on his Instagram account.
Since Donald Trump took office in January, a narrative has emerged that his daughter, Ivanka, and son-in-law, Jared Kushner, are more moderate voices in an administration known for more extreme personalities.
But on Sunday, "Last Week Tonight" host John Oliver threw cold water on that widely held assumption. Here's a link to the video (warning: Oliver is known to use language that could offend).
With both Kushner and the younger Trump now assuming official roles in the White House -- and Kushner, in particular, tasked with a Herculean to-do list that includes bringing peace to the Middle East and ending the opioid epidemic -- Oliver attempted to answer two questions.
What I want to do now is devote my life to concentrating on roles for older women that can help this culture become more equal not only in gender but in age. That demographic of our society so often is forgotten on screen unless it’s somebody with a really sad problem or somebody with very comical Alzheimer’s.
Sheryl Crow pulled up a stool and sat down at the counter in the spacious kitchen of her farmhouse about 10 miles out of downtown Nashville.
It’s casual Thursday on the Crow family spread that she shares with her two sons, who are in school this morning while she greets a visitor. She’s sporting a fading Bruce Springsteen T-shirt, well-broken-in jeans and black boots, an ensemble that’s more about function than fashion, comfort not couture.
Just five nights earlier, she was on stage at the Troubadour in West Hollywood, where she gave a boisterous crowd of about 500 fans their first sampling of material from her latest album, “Be Myself,” out April 21 through her new record deal with Warner Bros. Records.
I was feeling like I’ve spent no time capturing my relationships artistically. I’ve showed up for everything — I’ve recorded with a lot of people, I’ve produced people, but I’ve not asked people to come in and record with me. So I started asking.
The surviving members of Erin Moran's "Happy Days" family are remembering her in death as a "sweet angel" with a kind heart.
The 56-year-old was found dead Saturday afternoon in Indiana after authorities responded to a 911 call reporting that a woman was unresponsive.
Henry Winkler, who played the Fonz on the popular sitcom, wished Moran the peace "she wanted so badly here on earth." Scott Baio, who played her boyfriend Chachi Arcola on the show, echoed the sentiment, saying he'd "always hoped she could find peace in her life."