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Joan Rivers Reportedly Brought Out of Coma as Family Considers Lawsuit


Joan Rivers' daughter Melissa Rivers said on Sunday that she is keeping her "fingers crossed" for the comedian's full recovery, as doctors begin to bring her back from a medically induced coma, according to a report Rivers remains in "serious" condition, and the family is considering legal action, Melissa said, according to New York Daily News.

Survivor Singer Jimi Jamison Reportedly Dies of Heart Attack at 63


Survivor and Cobra frontman Jimi Jamison died of a heart attack Sunday night in Los Angeles, according to a report published Monday.

7 Standout Moments From Made in America Music Festival in Philly


PHILADELPHIA — Through rain and shine, the east coast segment of the bi-coastal Made in America music festival delivered many memorable moments over Labor Day weekend Some moments left attendees spellbound in dance fervor, inspired by monologues from artists and surprisingly silent during poignant artistry that broached hot topics such as Ferguson, celebrity culture and female empowerment.

What Happened to the Last Hacker of Celebrity Photos


The person or group who allegedly stole nude photos from celebrity iCloud accounts and began to post them online on Sunday has yet to be identified, let alone charged.

Perez Hilton Apologizes and Removes Nude Images of Jennifer Lawrence


Celebrity blogger Perez Hilton has apologized on his Twitter account and removed the nude images of Jennifer Lawrence and Victoria Justice from his website, perezhilton.com.

Social Media Goes Wild Over Massive Celebrity Nude Photo Leak


A massive leak of what appears to be celebrities in compromising positions has seen the Internet go into overdrive.

Tony Stewart Returns to Racing After Crash That Killed Fellow Driver


Three-time NASCAR Sprint Cup champion Tony Stewart returned to racing on Sunday in Atlanta following a three-week absence after his car hit and killed fellow driver Kevin Ward Jr.

'Once Upon a Time' Teases an Icy Welcome for Elsa of 'Frozen'


While Frozen mania has slowed in real life, it's just beginning for the town of Storybrooke. The fictional fairy tale town in ABC's Once Upon a Time will play host to Frozen's Elsa, played by Fringe's Georgina Haig, in its upcoming season 4The Hollywood Reporter shares a first look at how the Queen of Arendelle's arrival will affect our favorite Storybrooke residents.

Jennifer Lawrence and Other Celebs Allegedly Hacked as Nude Images Circulate on the Web


A major trove of celebrity images, some including images alleged to be actress Jennifer Lawrence nude, began spreading all over the web and Twitter on Sunday evening Early word of the images began spreading on 4Chan earlier in the day, where posters claimed that the images were the result of a hacker intrusion on a number of iCloud accounts and that the images included nude celebrities such as Victoria Justice, Emily Browning, Kate Bosworth, Jenny McCarthy and Kate Upton However, at least one of the alleged victims of the hack has taken to Twitter to dispute the authenticity of the images.

Jay Z Threw $2 Bills at Made in America, But What Does It Mean?


PHILADELPHIA — Jay Z watches as the stack of $2 bills he tossed into the air rains down on the rowdy crowd at the Steve Aoki show at Made in America Too enraptured with Aoki throwing cakes and showering them with champagne, the festival-goers thought little of what the unexpected money signified on Saturday night.

25 Dazzling Electric Zoo Festival Photos on Instagram


An uptick in floral crowns and neon tutus on the streets of New York City can mean only one thing: The Electric Zoo Festival is in full, EDM-thumping swing The three-day festival hit Randall's Island Park this weekend, taking place from Friday to Sunday.

Romance and House Fires Heat Up 'Downton Abbey' Season 5 Trailer


After a series of highly mocked teaser photos and serious fan anticipation, the Season 5 trailer for Downton Abbey is finally out.

5 Kanye West Quotes From Made in America About Love, Hate and Kimye


PHILADELPHIA — Forty-five minutes before Kanye West opened his Made In America headlining set with "Black Skinhead," electro house musician Steve Aoki amped up festival-goers with a fitting remix of The Chainsmokers' "Kanye" song, which features the lyric, "I want to be like Kanye, I'll be the king of me always." But to be like Kanye, one would need to always be ready to deliver a thought-provoking monologue at any given moment, just like the 37-year-old rapper did Saturday night.

Who Is Your Fantasy Football MVP?


For National Football League fans, the wait is almost over. After months of off-season news, the NFL Draft and preseason games, the real thing is just around the corner.

Taylor Swift to Join 'The Voice'


After debuting her new single "Shake it Off" at No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, Taylor Swift is now reportedly set to join "The Voice," a singing competition show on NBC.

Ferrari Hates DeadMau5's Nyan Cat Car, Sends Cease And Desist


While Deadmau5's fans loved his "Purrari," the Ferrari he tricked out with a Nyan cat theme, the Italian car maker was not a fan Ferrari sent the electronic music producer, famous for wearing a mouse-head helmet during shows, a cease and desist letter regarding his decorated Ferrari 458 Spider, which he put up for sale for $380,000 earlier this summer.

Flying Fail: Skydiver Misses Stadium Before College Football Game


Penn State and the University of Central Florida played a college football game in Dublin, Ireland, on Saturday.

Will Tiny GoPro Cameras Replace Your Obnoxious Phone at Concerts?


PHILADELPHIA — It's rare to find someone at a concert who will keep their smartphone buried in their pockets or purses for the entirety of the show, seeing as we're essentially Generation Hold Your Camera Phone Up At Concerts Instead of Paying Full Attention.

Unnecessary Roughness: College Football Coaches Read Rude Tweets


Autumn in America means college football season. College football season means irrational fans. And irrational fans invariably mean derogatory Twitter posts about coaches and players See also: Absurdity at USC: How Did Josh Shaw's Bogus Story Get Out?

For Early Made in America Acts, Cover Songs Get the Rowdiest Responses


PHILADELPHIA — The sun will set before Kanye West serves as the headlining nightcap for day one of Made in America, but the artists who are entertaining the ever-growing crowds hours in advance of his set are finding success with cover songs Cherub cured what the electro-pop duo called "the 2 p.m.


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