Katy Perry has cancelled her celebratory birthday trip to Egypt according to multiple sources, who have confirmed to E! News the pop starlet cancelled the trip due to political issues in the country. Perry, who was planning on turning the big 3-0 on October 25, was scheduled to travel to Egypt, where, as a source previously told E! News, she was "planning on taking a cruise on the Nile."
Foreigner have announced the release of The Best of Foreigner 4 & More, a live take on the band's 1981 release 4. The album is scheduled for a U.K.-only release. Details of the project can be found at the album's PledgeMusic page, which lists a December 5 release date and promises "vinyl, limited edition posters and remake T-shirts from the 1981-1982 tour."
Jessie J is taking the time to give back by donating her clothing to London-based pop-up shop Little Shwop of Horrors. All proceeds will go to Oxfam. The project is part of Oxfam's Plan A program which aims to give clothes an afterlife of their own. The shop, located at Marble Arch in London, will be the perfect stop-off for anyone in need of a last-minute Halloween costume.
Jennifer Lopez might be the next diva to set up shop in Las Vegas, as she is reportedly nearing a multi-million-dollar deal for her first residency. According to TMZ, which obtained details of the contract, Lopez is being offered $350,000 per show to perform at The Axis at Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino, the same venue Britney Spears and her "Piece of Me" residency calls home.
Aerosmith fronter Steven Tyler says that without AA he would have been just another victim of substance abuse. Speaking with Billboard, Tyler shined a light on some of his darker moments. "I'm telling you all my truth. I am a drug addict and alcoholic, and fighting it every day. I had it all; I didn't care. I hurt my family and my children and my friends," he said.
Bob Seger says that fans are too eager to infer that his upcoming Ride Out tour is a farewell trek. He tells Billboard that his future on the stage and in the studio is currently uncertain. "People have said, 'Ride Out' - that sounds a little final there,' and I'm like, 'No, that's not really what I meant.' It's to ride out, clear your head . . ."