â¢ Rocker John Mayer encouraged several ladies to put down their glasses of sparkling wine and take tequila shots with him during a bash at the Boom Boom Room inside N.Y.'s Standard Hotel following a Cinema Society screening of Happythankyoumoreplease. But the talk of the party was a leather-clad Ed Westwick, also in a leather cap, who worked the room and spent some time talking to Billy Joel's ex-wife Katie Lee outside the VIP lounge.
I'm getting married in two months, and now I see why checking into a mental facility is likewise called "committing yourself." Luckily, not one of my mini nervous breakdowns since accepting Paul's proposal has been about him.
Fans think they know their favorite NASCAR drivers, but what do they really know beyond what they see on the track? I've made it my mission to ask the questions that matter. OK, they probably don't matter but they should give fans a new perspective on some of today's top drivers.
The flu may be on everyone's minds, but it happens to be in Elton John's system -- prompting the British musician, who is said to be in a London hospital for treatment of E. coli bacterial infection and influenza, to postpone the Seattle, Washington, and Portland, Oregon, dates on his current tour, costarring Billy Joel, the BBC reported.
Engagement season is in full swing, which, of course, means an influx proposals, but more importantly, tons of creative "will you marry me?" scenarios to top. Take a cue from these celebrities by jaunting off to memorable destinations for a proposal your partner won't forget (or turn down!).
With more top 40 hits than Madonna or Billy Joel, rock 'n' roll legend Pat Boone is considered by many as "The Original American Idol." So when the squeaky clean singer-songwriter waltzed into the CNN Grill at the Republican National Convention in St. Paul for a bite to eat, we couldn't resist the opportunity to ask the lifelong conservative how he thinks the race is shaping up and whether he has an apropos song for this year's historic election.
Grammy-winner Mariah Carey – whose new No. 1 album, E = MC2, sold 463,000 copies in its first week – is hitting another high: This weekend the Empire State Building in New York City will be lit in lavendar, pink and white in her honor. One of the most successful female recording artists of all time, Carey, 39, recently surpassed Elvis PresleyÃ¢€™s record of 17 No. 1 hits with her 18th, "Touch My Body."
Bobbing through a sea of air-kissing and neck-craning, Arianna Huffington is in her element. "Meet the new cooking columnist for the Huffington Post," she coos as she introduces me to Katie Lee Joel, a winsome young woman who writes about food, has served as host of Top Chef, and happens to be married to Billy Joel.
1. Peyton Manning and the Colts beat the Bears and the elements in winning Super Bowl XLI 29-17 on Sunday in Miami. Manning won MVP honors while forever shaking the tag that he can't win the big one. Of course, you can't please everyone. Now some are blaming Peyton that the Super Bowl commercials were pretty lame.
MIAMI -- Super Bowl week is often described as a circus and on Thursday, the league took that description to the next level during its "press conferences" for their pregame show, national anthem and halftime show.
1. Bengals cornerback Johnathan Joseph became the ninth Cincinnati player arrested in the last nine months when he was charged with possession of marijuana early Monday. Come on, a measly misdemeanor? That's not going to get Joseph much street cred in the Bengals locker room.
Some record producers like to dominate a song, piling on the instruments, echo and sonic devices. Think of Phil Spector with his Wall of Sound, Trevor Horn piloting Frankie Goes to Hollywood or Max Martin's teenybopper confections, for example.