On "WWHL," T-Pain opened up about being invited to Michael Jackson's home and all of the interesting things that happened while he was there.
The matriarch of the Jackson family filed the papers in court earlier this month.
Corey Feldman insists that no, he never brought Michael Jackson’s pet chimpanzee Bubbles to the set of the 1989 horror-comedy The ‘Burbs… which means, no, Bubbles never deficated all over Feldman’s trailer. It’s a claim that’s lived in infamy on the internet, and was repeated by the film’s own helmer, Joe Dante, when he visited Yahoo Studios to shoot a Director’s Reel interview in 2015. “Bubbles was not big on hygiene, and so one day they went in to clean the trailer, and it was completely covered in monkey s**t,” said Dante, who had previously directed Feldman in Gremlins.
When Sheryl Crow took to the stage at the espnW Women + Sports Summit, she managed to touch on both tragedies and uplift the audience at the same time following the emotional day. “We’ve all got heavy hearts tonight not just about Vegas but from losing someone close to us,” Crow said during her twilight performance at the Pelican Hill Resort in Newport Beach, California. The Grammy winner went on to belt out her hit “If It Makes You Happy” as a tribute to the millions of people who the late singer made happy during his solo career and also with The Heartbreakers, and succeeded in getting the crowd — including ESPN talent and top executives — up and dancing.
Wesley Snipes dropped by "Conan" where he talked about stealing a part from the late great Prince all the way back in 1987.
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Actor Joseph Fiennes recently opened up to Vulture about playing Michael Jackson in an unaired episode of Sky TV’s Urban Myths series. Fiennes portrayed Michael Jackson in the British TV production, and in the episode, his character embarks on a cross-country road trip with Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando following the events of 9/11. The whole thing was based on an urban legend.
The satire was a huge hit for U.K. channel ITV in the 1980s, taking on all things political and pop culture with weird and grotesque puppets.
Michael Jackson’s youngest son, 15-year-old Blanket Jackson, is the subject of some concerning rumors. The New York Post’s Page Six claims he is basically living alone in a seven-bed, 11-bath California mansion without a guardian. According to an anonymous source, the Post writes, “there’s no one to make sure he’s even eating right. Blanket’s 86-year-old grandmother Katherine Jackson is his legal co-guardian, but reportedly hasn’t seen him in more than three months.
“I’m an ’80s baby at heart,” entertainer Nick Cannon tells Yahoo. His collection of ’80s pop culture memorabilia runs deep. He even wears it on his body, as he’s got tattoos ranging from Steven Spielberg’s most famous movie character, E.T., to the Flux Capacitor, the time-travel device which allows Marty McFly to zip around the space-time continuum in a DeLorean in the Back to the Future trilogy.
John Stamos joined the ladies of The View at Disney World, the happiest place on Earth. Stamos is a self-professed Disney fanatic with a pretty serious collection of Disney memorabilia. Stamos has a Dumbo from Disneyland’s Dumbo ride hanging in his front yard, a cart from a Seven Dwarfs ride with Grumpy’s name on it, and a devil from the end of Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride.
The age limit was lowered from 15 to 13 on The Voice this season, and little Quizz Swanigan took full advantage. The 13-year-old singer from North Little Rock, Ark., performed “Who’s Lovin’ You” by Michael Jackson at his school when he was only 6. Quizz took his “Smooth Criminal” dance moves to the Voice stage Thursday night and performed “Who’s Lovin’ You,” the song that started it all for him.
Paris Jackson has definitely been coming into her own lately. Not only is she outspoken about thorny parts of her personal history or sticking up for her father’s legacy, but her front-row appearance at the Givenchy men’s show in Paris last month got folks talking, she made a show-stopping red carpet appearance at the Grammys, and she was featured on the cover of Rolling Stone. Paris made a real statement on the red carpet in a stunning striped Balmain design.
Lea DeLaria of “Orange Is the New Black” and fiancée Chelsea Fairless have “gone the way of David [Gest] and Liza [Minnelli].” But without the limo fistfight. The couple made the announcement Wednesday on Instagram alongside their delightfully wacky engagement photo. The post was accompanied by “It Must Have Been Love” by Roxette.
Not everything is black and white — just ask Joseph Fiennes. After the first trailer for the U.K. show Urban Myths landed Tuesday night, the Twittersphere exploded with commentary about whether he looked anything like Michael Jackson. “At least if it was Meryl Streep, we’d be like, ‘Yeah, I mean, but she’s dope.’ But Joseph Fiennes?
The one and only Madonna joined James Corden on The Late Late Show for “Carpool Karaoke.” In between singing some of her classic hits, Madonna revealed to James that she made out with Michael Jackson. James was surprised by Madonna’s admission. The Material Girl casually responded, “Baby, I’ve been around.” James pushed for more details, asking who initiated the kissing.
Teddy Riley was honored with the Legend Award at BET’s Soul Train Awards on Sunday night. Cedric the Entertainer presented Teddy with the award, and while talking about Teddy’s career, he said, “Teddy, like so many people, he started music in church. Teddy has had a long history in the music industry and is credited with creating the new jack swing genre.
Miley Cyrus’ little sister, Noah, is making waves in the music world. As Noah makes her debut in the pop music scene, Yahoo Celebrity has put together a list of brothers and sisters who have musical talent that runs in their veins! Celeb sisters, Beyoncé and Solange Knowles, are known to have a very close relationship.
The daughter of the late Michael Jackson returned to Neverland this week. She checked out the train station and petting zoo on the Los Olivos, Calif., estate.
Shana Mangatal idolized Michael Jackson as a teenager. But as an adult, she says she had something only fans of MJ could only dream of: a romance and, even more so, a friendship with him. Mangatal, now 46, has written a book, Michael and Me: The Untold Story of Michael Jackson’s Secret Romance, about her time with the late artist. Thanks to the detailed diaries she began keeping years before she met him, Mangatal recalls her experiences with Jackson over two decades, from the first time she attended one of his concerts in 1988, to the years when she worked as part of his management team.