Beyonce has been revealed to be the cover model for the upcoming CR Fashion Book issue number 5. The "Flawless" performer wears a demure hairstyle and a large floral cape for the cover of the magazine's fall/winter issue. She adds pieces from upcoming collections by Comme des Garcons, Prada, and Givenchy in the accompanying photo shoot.
Nick Gordon, husband of Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina, was charged with DUI after crashing his vehicle in his Georgia hometown on Thursday morning. Neither Gordon, nor his passenger Mason Whitaker, were injured. "Today, at about 11:37am, there was a single vehicle accident at Holcomb Bridge Rd (GA 140) near the intersection of Barnwell Rd . . ."
Bruce Springsteen is turning his 2009 song "Outlaw Pete" into a children's book to be published by Simon & Schuster on November 4. The eight-minute song is featured on the Boss' Working on a Dream LP. "When Bruce wrote 'Outlaw Pete' he didn't just write a great song, he created a great character," Frank Caruso, the book's illustrator, said in a statement.
Mark David Chapman, the man who shot and killed John Lennon, has said he is "sorry for being such an idiot." Chapman was recently denied parole and a transcript from the hearing has now been released. "I am sorry for causing that type of pain. I am sorry for being such an idiot and choosing the wrong way for glory," he said during the hearing, according to The Independent.
"Bang Bang," the first single from Jessie J's upcoming third studio album, has gone gold. According to the RIAA, the single has moved 502,000 units since August 20. The single features guest spots from Nicki Minaj and Ariana Grande. "Ahhhhhhh #6 officially in AMERICA on billboard," Jessie tweeted earlier in August when the tune began heating up.
Genesis will re-release Three Sides Live, a concert film companion to their 1982 LP on November 3. In addition to the live footage, the DVD/Blu-ray features bonus audio cuts not included on the previous VHS version, along with interviews and behind-the-scenes shots from the band's Abacab tour. The concert was originally shot in 16mm but has been fully restored.