Michael Jackson's mom Katherine Jackson is planning an all star tribute to the late pop singer in October. Ms. Jackson is talking to some very well-known stars to take part in the show they include; Jay-Z, Kanye West, Cee Lo, Chris Brown, Justin Bieber, Christina Aguilera, Usher and Bruno Mars. Katherine Jackson would like them to perform 1 or 2 of their favorite MJ songs at the tribute which will take place in Cardiff, Wales on Oct. 8. MJ's mom has promised "first class travel accommodations" for the stars that agree to perform at the show.
Tony Romo and Miles Austin spent some quality pre NFL season time together Sunday evening. The Dallas cowboy pals took in a movie at the Mayan Palace theaters in San Antonio, where that watched the inspiring football movie "The Rise of the Planet of the Apes". The pair of bros also played Klingon scum on the Star Trek: Voyager arcade game.
Miami Heat star Chris Bosh will not claim responsibility for his ex Allison Mathis losing her deal with "Basketball Wives." Bosh's baby mama says that Chris deliberately set out to get her axed from the show by bad mouthing her to the show's producers. Chris claims this is total BS and anything he said to the producers was to protect his own interests, he is asking the judge to deny Mathis's lawsuit.
John Frusciante ex-guitarist of the Red Hot Chili Peppers band is being stalked by a 32 year old unstable female fan. August Elizabeth Thomas wanted to write a screenplay about John's life however, after she was told no she started sending him harassing emails and letters. Frusicante says, "I am worried that she is unstable and that she could snap at any moment." He is asking an L.A. court for help, a hearing is scheduled for later this month.
It has been 22 years since Ice Cube left N.W.A over a terrible dispute about money, however he still does not want to talk about it. We know that Ice Cube has moved onto become a successful rapper/actor since he departed the group in 1989, and he is willing to talk big time about his new upcoming movie "21 Jump Street."
Michael Moore controversial documentary filmmaker believes that actor Matt Damon might actually WIN in the 2012 presidential election. Moore is also a supporter of Matt's outspoken politics. Moore discussed this subject with FireDogLake.com yesterday during an online seminar. Matt Damon was Moore's answer to the question who he thought would be a viable candidate in next year's election.