Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry has “regrettably” canceled his imminent solo tour in the wake of recent medical issues.
The co-founding member and songwriter nixed the dates — set to begin Nov. 30 and run through Dec. 16 — and is taking the rest of the year off, according to a Tuesday press release.
“Perry again would like to apologize to the fans who were planning on coming to the shows and looks forward to seeing them again in 2019,” the statement said, adding that refunds are available at point of purchase.
Katy Perry has roared back to the top of Forbes’ highest-paid women in music list.
The pop star earned an estimated $83 million before taxes between June 2017 and June 2018, largely due to her 80-date Witness tour and judging duties on ABC’s “American Idol” reboot, the financial magazine said.
Robert De Niro and Grace Hightower appear to be splitting up after what seems like an eternity in the entertainment industry.
The couple, who’ve been married for 21 years and dated for a decade before that, are no longer living together, according to Page Six. The actor has been riding solo at events since the end of the summer, the paper reported.
“Sometimes things don’t work out the way you hope or want them to,” an insider told People magazine.
Disney has princess problems, but “Ralph Breaks the Internet” ain’t one. At least not according to actor John C. Reilly, who plays the titular hulking hero in the animated film.
Reilly recently commended the studio for addressing — if not correcting — female stereotypes the studio perpetuated for decades.
“It couldn’t be more timely than right now in terms of women finding their voices and wanting to be heard and feeling like the stereotypes that the world applies to women are unfair,” Reilly said in a recent interview with IGN.
After being denied bail Monday, Tekashi 6ix9ine was reportedly awaiting a bail hearing after being arrested over the weekend in connection with a slew of federal racketeering and weapons charges.
The “Fefe” rapper, notable for his rapid rise this year, was arrested in New York on Sunday along with four others who were taken into custody Sunday and Monday. A sixth man was already in custody.
“As alleged in the indictment, this gang, which included platinum-selling rap artist Tekashi 6ix 9ine, wreaked havoc on New York City, engaging in brazen acts of violence,” U.S. Atty. Geoffrey S. Berman said in a statement Monday.