Taylor Swift took time out of her busy schedule to pay a visit to a fan at Boston's Children's Hospital. Swift spent some time with 20-year-old Leukemia patient Ben, who recently underwent a bone marrow transplant. The two even jammed a bit, with Swift singing and Ben playing keyboards. Ben posted a video of the interaction to YouTube.
Bruce Springsteen and Jon Bon Jovi are among the McAfee's Top Ten Most Dangerous Cyber Celebrities list, meaning that you should be weary the next time you search for their names online. Springsteen fans who search for him online have a nearly 19 percent chance of downloading a virus onto their computer, while Bon Jovi presents a 17.64 percent chance.
The infamous elevator fight between Beyoncé's sister Solange and Jay Z has inspired an episode of Law and Order: SVU. Five months ago the duo found themselves in a scuffle in an elevator of a trendy NYC nightclub. The surveillance video ended up in the hands of TMZ and was made public. Now the NBC crime drama have used it as a reference to create their own story.
In a recent Rolling Stone interview, Stevie Nicks spoke about kicking drugs and her life playing music alongside Lindsey Buckingham. "The five original cast members," Nicks says proudly. "Of all the elite bands of the Seventies, we're the only one touring with the same lineup we had in 1975."
Miley Cyrus has convinced her brother Trace to get more tattoos, even though he previously said he regretted getting all the ones he already has. On Tuesday, September 30 her brother tweeted, "So sad I ruined my body with all these stupid tattoos ?????? I'm going to look so stupid when I'm old. I'm such an idiot. Don't get tattoos."
The Doobie Brothers and Zac Brown have released a new version of "Black Water." The classic rock band will be releasing a compilation of their songs re-recorded alongside country artists, titled Southbound. "I have seen a lot of people, including myself, make a lot of tip money because of 'Black Water,' so this is a full circle moment," said Brown.