Pregnant 19-Year-Old Fatally Shoots Boyfriend in YouTube Stunt Gone Wrong
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A recent YouTube stunt gone awry may land one Minnesota teen in prison for second-degree manslaughter. MonaLisa Perez, 19, was arrested Monday night after she fatally shot her boyfriend, 22-year-old Pedro Ruiz, in the chest while they were making a YouTube video at the couple’s house in Norman County, not far from Fargo, North Dakota. She is currently pregnant with their second child. If This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Pregnant 19-Year-Old Fatally Shoots Boyfriend in YouTube Stunt Gone...

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Hear John Mellencamp’s Reverent ‘Dark as a Dungeon’ for Coal Mining Doc
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John Mellencamp channels the darkness of coal mining life in his reverent cover of Merle Travis’ 1946 song “Dark as a Dungeon,” recorded in support of National Geographic’s acclaimed documentary about the mining industry, From the Ashes. This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: Hear John Mellencamp’s Reverent ‘Dark as a Dungeon’ for Coal Mining...

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John Mayer on Katy Perry, Learning From the Dead, Embracing Pot
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“I have six hours of music coming up tonight,” says John Mayer. In a little while, he’ll take the stage in Atlanta with Dead & Company – featuring Grateful Dead alum Bob Weir, Mickey Hart and Bill Kreutzmann. After that, Mayer will play a surprise midnight club gig with Dave Chappelle, one of several pop-up shows they’ve been doing since last spring. “I’m sort of the acoustic DJ,” Mayer says. “He’ll just be like, ‘John, hit me with this or...

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Flashback: Mike Tyson Bites Off Evander Holyfield’s Ear During Match
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On June 28th, 1997, the stage was set for Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield to fight for the second time in less than eight months. The first fight between them ended up being one of the biggest upsets in boxing history. Holyfield, who had lost two of his previous four fights (one of which resulted in the first knockout loss of his career) heading into the matchup, dominated Tyson in 11 rounds to walk away with the WBA heavyweight title....

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Steam’s Gary DeCarlo of ‘Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye’ Fame Dead at 75
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Steam singer Gary DeCarlo, who co-wrote and sang lead on the band’s enduring 1969 hit “Na Na Hey Hey Kiss Him Goodbye,” died following a battle with lung cancer. He was 75. A friend of DeCarlo’s confirmed the singer’s death to TMZ, adding that he died at a hospice in his native Connecticut. DeCarlo and his former bandmates Paul Leka and Dale Frashuer – who played together in Bridgeport, Connecticut bands like the Chateaus and the Glenwoods – co-wrote “Na...

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A Look Back At Taylor Swift’s Iconic Fourth Of July Parties
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Fourth of July is right around the corner which means a few things: America is one year older, we will most likely be getting drunk on a beach somewhere, and Taylor Swift’s annual party is about to kick off. Love her or hate her, you know you’ve dreamt of catching an invite to this A-list bash. In preparation for this year’s sure-to-be-staged celebration, let’s take a look back at T-Swizzle’s iconic Fourth of Julys and how much her squad –...

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Black Sabbath Document Final Concert With ‘The End of the End’ Film
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Black Sabbath chronicle their triumphant final concert in the upcoming documentary The End of the End. The film will screen at over 1,500 cinemas worldwide for a one-night-only event on September 28th. Tickets are on sale now, with more theaters to follow soon. Fans can request screenings on the film’s official site, which includes further details about the screening. The End of the End documents the metal icons’ last gig – a sold-out hometown performance on February 4th at Birmingham’s...

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‘Okja’ Review: Story of Girl and Her Giant Pig Is Wacky, Weird and Wonderful
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Is it a movie? Or a Netflix streaming event? Why can’t it be both? We’re going to have to get used to the one-two punch in the new age of cinema, which now cedes the multiplex to blockbusters and often sends the creative minds of indie cinema scrambling to find a financing and a home. The Netflix logo stamped on Okja got booed at Cannes, not because it’s a lousy movie (quite the opposite, in fact), but because the French...

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Michelle Rodriguez Threatens to Leave ‘Fast and Furious’ Over Weak Female Roles
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Michelle Rodriguez is leveraging for more screen time in the Fast and Furious franchise in a very visible way. The actress took to Instagram on Tuesday to announce the digital release of The Fate of the Furious (the eighth installment), and to let fans and industry insiders have a piece of her mind. “F8 is out digitally today, I hope they decide to show some love to the women of the franchise on the next one,” she captioned a collage...

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Watch Lee Brice’s Emotional ‘Boy’ on ‘Today’
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Lee Brice appeared on Today this morning to perform “Boy,” the lead single from his upcoming self-titled album. The song, penned by Nicolle Galyon and Jon Nite, is rising on the Billboard Country Airplay chart, reaching Number 48 this week. Backed by his touring band, including pedal steel and organ, Brice delivered the sentimental song while a video montage of children played in the background. “I knew this song was going to resonate,” Brice told Rolling Stone Country in May....

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5 Bikinis To Wear As Tops À La Bella Hadid
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It Girls ranging from Kardashian to Hadid have already mastered the art of turning lingerie into streetwear. The summertime version of this cheeky trend? Swimsuits! Last week, Bella Hadid made waves (no pun intended) in Paris, rocking a bandeau bikini top as, well, an actual top. The resulting look was surprisingly chic, and easy enough to pull off yourself....

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‘Baby Driver’: How Edgar Wright Staged the Crime Movie’s Musical Action Scenes
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Edgar Wright was, by his own account, “21 years old, living in North London, broke and on the dole – that’s British for ‘welfare'” in 1995 when he was struck by what he can only compare to a near-religious vision. The filmmaker was in the process of editing his first movie, a low-budget Spaghetti western homage, but the future director of Shaun of the Dead and Hot Fuzz had nothing lined up and no sense of what he really wanted...

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See Darius Rucker, Earth, Wind & Fire’s Funky ‘Shining Star’ on ‘Crossroads’
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June was a busy month for country music fans, with the CMT Music Awards immediately preceding the CMA Music Festival. But before both, the latest CMT Crossroads episode was filmed in downtown Nashville, pairing Seventies funk masters Earth, Wind & Fire with a number of country acts and artists, including Darius Rucker. Rucker, who just earned his first Number One song since 2013, joined the band for its song “Shining Star.” Visibly moved after, he embraced the band’s singers Philip...

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Katy Perry Defends Her Livestream Therapy Session: ‘People Think It’s Weird’
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Katy Perry is doing a lot of things in the interest of transparency these days, and in a recent chat with radio station Kiis FM, the singer dissected the reasons why she decided to be so forthcoming in her Witness Worldwide livestream earlier this month. As fans will remember, during one part of her 72-hour livestream, Perry opened up to Dr. Siri Singh about dealing with depression and suicidal thoughts. “I feel ashamed that I would have those thoughts, feel...

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See Lillie Mae’s Hypnotic ‘Over the Hill and Through the Woods’ on ‘Colbert’
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Having the co-sign of Jack White may sound like a free ride to stardom, but if the past few months have taught the world anything about Lillie Mae, it’s that she could get there just fine on her own. The Third Man protégé released her debut solo LP, Forever & Then Some, in April and on Tuesday she gave a simmering performance of her single “Over the Hill and Through the Woods” on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. While...

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Review: Beth Ditto’s Explosive Vocals Hold Together Far-Roaming Solo Debut
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During the ’00s, when she fronted post-riot grrrl rockers the Gossip, Arkansas-bred singer Beth Ditto could be one of the most explosive vocalists around, a tumultuously raw belter and an overpowering stage presence. With the Gossip no more, Ditto’s solo debut is a continuation of her former band’s evolution from garage-y primitivism to a more polished sound where Ditto’s vocals approached a smoother grandeur sometimes akin to Laura Branigan or Adele. Her solo debut links that big ambition back to...

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Chris Cornell’s Widow Breaks Silence on Singer’s Death, ‘Addiction’
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Chris Cornell‘s widow Vicky has broken her silence with her first interview since the Soundgarden singer’s May 18th death. Speaking to People, Vicky Cornell talked about the events prior to Cornell’s suicide and once again blamed the singer’s prescription drugs for altering his state of mind before he hung himself. “He didn’t want to die,” Vicky Cornell said. “If he was of sound mind, I know he wouldn’t have done this.” In the interview, Vicky Cornell admitted that, while her...

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The Top Spots To People-Watch In Manhattan
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In a city filled with eight million hustlers and cool kids, people-watching in New York is practically an art form. So take advantage of it. From restaurants to museums, check out these spots to see what Manhattan has to offer, people-wise. And hey, it doesn’t hurt to be seen yourself....

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Dave Rosser, Afghan Whigs Guitarist, Dead at 50
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Dave Rosser, guitarist for the Afghan Whigs, died Tuesday following a battle with inoperable colon cancer. He was 50. “It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to our friend, brother and inspiration,” the band wrote on Facebook. “Dave Rosser passed away peacefully last evening surrounded by love. Thank you to all who kept him in their hearts. He is forever in ours.” When the Afghan Whigs reformed in 2014 for Do to the Beast, the band’s first album...

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See Dierks Bentley, Kelsea Ballerini Teach ACM Lifting Lives Campers
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The Academy of Country Music wrapped up its eighth annual ACM Lifting Lives Music Camp this week in Nashville with Dierks Bentley, Kelsea Ballerini, Chris Young and Jerrod Niemann all pitching in to teach the campers. The weeklong program assembles and assists people ages 16 into their 50s who are afflicted with Williams syndrome. The genetic condition can manifest via cardiovascular disease and learning disabilities, but those with Williams syndrome also often have a special gift for music. The Lifting...

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