Tim McGraw leaped offstage to rescue a fan at his Atlanta show on Sunday night. The country crooner noticed that the concert goer in the first few rows of the venue was struggling to stand up. When he saw that the woman, Paula Whitten, collapsed, he jumped off the stage with a bottle of water and stayed with her until paramedics arrived to help.
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Miley Cyrus has tweeted about her new single, "We Can't Stop," seven times since announcing that she will be debuting it live at the Billboard Music Awards. "Cats outta the bag! ???? LETS TREND MY 1st SINGLE #wecantstop," she began, later adding, "We can't stop TRENDING #wecantstop." Catch the new single as its debuted on the Billboard Music Awards at 8p.m. EST tonight on ABC.
Paul McCartney missed a chance to jam with Jimi Hendrix and Miles Davis because he was out of town when a telegram arrived requesting his presence at the session in New York. "We are recording and [sic] LP together this weekend. How about coming in to play bass?" reads the letter, adding, "Call Alan Douglas . . . Peace Jimi Hendrix, Miles Davis, Tony Williams."
Though he has been hard at work on his new album, it appears that Chris Daughtry has caught the acting bug. Daughtry, who auditioned for a small role in last summer's The Dark Knight Rises, recently tweeted that he has added acting classes to his busy schedule.
Katy Perry follows an unusual 14-day mushroom diet designed to help women lose weight without losing heft in their breasts. "I love mushrooms. I could eat a ton of them," Perry told OK! magazine, calling the fungus her favorite food. The so-called M-Plan requires that its subject to replace lunch or dinner with a mushroom-centric dish.