• Slash talks '80s versus #MeToo era: Some GNR songs were ‘sort of sexist,’ but never ‘malicious’

    Slash, guitarist of Guns N' Roses, says the band didn't have a predatory relationship with girls. "It was a lot more the other way around, in some cases! Some the songs were sort of sexist in their own way, but not to be taken that seriously."

  • Living the dream: How David Bowie, Sylvester, and Neil Young shaped Slash's rock 'n' roll childhood

    As the son of Bowie costumer Ola Hudson, Slash was almost literally born to be a rock star. But he didn’t pursue music until he was 15 — and the guitar wasn’t even his first instrument of choice.

  • Demi Lovato, Carrie Underwood, and the many stars who love 'The Walking Dead'

    To celebrate the Oct. 22 Season 8 premiere of  The Walking Dead — the series’ 100th episode — Yahoo TV will be posting a new TWD-related story every day through the season opener. There are few shows that qualify as event television these days, but The Walking Dead certainly is one. Demi Lovato is such a devoted Walking Dead fan that the cast made her a video for her birthday and has told fans many times it’s her favorite show.

  • Amber Rose inks over tattoo of ex Wiz Khalifa with another man's face

    Amber Rose Inks Over Tattoo of Ex Wiz Khalifa

  • Slash to Broadcast Los Angeles Zoo Performance in Virtual Reality: Exclusive

    Welcome to the Jungle, indeed. At least when Guns N' Roses guitarist Slash plays the Greater Los Angeles Zoo Association's 2017 Beastly Ball in May to benefit the new Species Conservation Action Network.

  • 12 Nastiest Things Former GN'R Bandmates Have Said About Each Other

    The fighting between the members of Guns N’ Roses has gotten pretty nasty over the years. (Associated Press) by Hank Shteamer Rumors about a Guns N’ Roses classic-lineup reunion are again swirling, fueled by a series of cryptic dispatches from the band’s official Twitter and a dubious claim made by a former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star. The latest wave of speculation follows August reports that Slash and Axl Rose had mended their longstanding rift. While bands get back together every year, the prospect of a GN'R reunion seems especially noteworthy, mainly because of how much acrimony has brewed between the former members since their piecemeal mid-Nineties breakup.