El Paso, (Entravision). Hello magazine claims Rod Stewart paid $20,000 on Friday for the opportunity to have a face-to-face meeting with the Pope at the Vatican. Rod made the winning bid at the annual Pinktober Ball, which raises money for breast cancer awareness and treatment
El Paso, (Entravision). The NY Post claims Axl Rose recently partied at a rooftop bar following a Guns N Roses show at Madison Square Garden. A source tells the paper; “He and Slash are ‘getting along great’ and having so much fun rocking all of their old stuff and putting together some new stuff. And that once heLeer más
El Paso, (Entravision). The NY Post claims New York’s Ocean Prime restaurant is honoring Bruce Springsteen’s run on Broadway with Springsteen-inspired cocktails. Drinks include Born to Rum, Thunder Rose and the Rosalita Margarita. Each drink costs $16.
El Paso, (Entravision). Rolling Stone claims Elton John is ending his Las Vegas residency at Caesars Palace. His last set of shows will take place between April 28 and May 19, 2018.
El Paso, (Entravision). Phil Collins tells the Yorkshire Post that he never wanted to be the lead singer of Genesis, but had to after Peter Gabriel left. “It was the last thing I wanted. I liked being a drummer and that’s what I wanted to do. But when Peter left we couldn’t find another singerLeer más
El Paso, (Entravision). The Daily Telegraph claims Idaho high school dropout Erik Finman made a bet with his parents that if he made $1 million by the time he turned 18 he wouldn’t have to go to college. His grandmother loaned him $1,000 when he was 12 before he invested the money in Bitcoin. ALeer más
A New Zealand grocery store chain has apologized for placing Scooby Snacks next to children’s snacks on store shelves. Many parents fed the dog snacks to their children without realizing they were dog food. A representative from the Foodstuffs NZ grocery store chain tells the New Zealand Herald; “The store relocated the product to theLeer más
El Paso, (Entravision). Get Ready For Whopper Toothpaste … Adweek magazine claims Burger King France is promoting a Whopper toothpaste. The 60-second ad says; “The Whopper toothpaste soon [be] available in your restaurants and drugstores which means you won’t have to hesitate between enjoying a Whopper and brushing your teeth ever again.” The magazine claims the commercial isLeer más