ROLL CALL: One Direction, Kate Bush & Pet Shop Boys Added To Olympic Closing Ceremony?
First Published: August 9, 2012 1:23 PM EDT Credit: Getty Images
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
The Brit Music Stars Are Coming!: Reports are swirling about who will perform at Sunday’s star-studded Closing Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games, with new British music stars reportedly added to the list. Reports have already surfaced that The Who, Muse, George Michael, Beady Eye, One Direction and the Spice Girls will perform and now more music icon names are being floated around. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kate Bush, Madness, The Pet Shop Boys and Opening Ceremony performer Paul McCartney are reportedly possibilities to rock the crowd and the world who will be watching. Find out who will rock London on Sunday at 9 PM ET.
Your Daily Hotness!: Temperatures in Hollywood today are sweltering and Zac Efron is doing his job keeping the interwebs nice and hot in his new campaign for John John Denim, HERE!
Madge Keeps On Talking!: Following Madonna’s recent monologue during her Paris concert (which we’re still recovering from), the singer treated her fans to another “speech” (over six minutes long!) during her show in Moscow last night, where she defended Russian punk band Pussy Riot, watch HERE! We’re all about Madonna’s take on the world, but we’re also about the motto “more singing, less taking” at our concerts.
Best Of Honey Boo Boo!: In case you missed it, reality TV got another new star last night with Alana Thompson (a.k.a TLC star Honey Boo Boo) when her series, “Here Comes Honey Boo Boo,” debuted. Check out a list of the show’s best quotes, HERE! And when her mom June says, “It’s called a biscuit because it looks like a biscuit,” the mother of three is not talking about the thing you eat with gravy. Also, please enjoy, HBB performing an impromptu song about Kim Kardashian for Access Hollywood, HERE!
-- Jesse Spero
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