Bee Gee’s Shocking News

Bee Gee’s Shocking News

by Fox News Bee Gees singer Barry Gibb reveals childhood abuse attempt: ‘I’ve never said this before’ Musician Barry Gibb arrives at the 57th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California February 8, 2015.  (Reuters) Bee Gees singer Barry Gibb has revealed for the first time a man attempted to sexually abuse him when he was a child. The 70-year-old British artist told the Radio Times he had doubts over the years about telling his story. “I’ve never said this before, Jesus Christ, should I be saying it now?” said Gibb, as reported by The Guardian. “But there was a moment in time when a man tried to molest me when I was about 4-years-old. He didn’t touch me, but other things happened, and happened to other kids.” Related: wheel-in-big-trouble Gibb added the man was ultimately arrested. “Four years old and a policeman on your bed at 4 in the morning, interviewing you,” he described. “If that doesn’t teach you about life, nothing does. But it’s vivid for me still. I’ve never told anybody.” When asked if the incident took place at home, Gibb replied, “Those details would be unpalatable.” Related: cosby-trial-judge-denies-request-for-a-mistrial–bill-cosbys-sexual-assault-trial-explained Gibb will take to the Pyramid Stage in Glastonbury’s “legends” slot on Sunday as the only surviving member of the 1970s pop group. This follows his appearance at the festival in 2016 when Gibb joined Coldplay on stage to perform the Bee Gees’ “To Love...
Katy Perry: Taylor Swift is trying to ‘assassinate my character’

Katy Perry: Taylor Swift is trying to ‘assassinate my character’

By Sasha Savitsky Published June 09, 2017 Fox News Katy Perry won’t let go of her feud with Taylor Swift. The 32-year-old addressed long-time rumors of a feud between the two pop divas for the first time to James Corden May 22 during an episode of “Carpool Karaoke.” Perry continued to rant against Swift in a new interview saying she had more to spill about their beef. “I mean, I’m not Buddha — things irritate me,” Perry told NME. “I wish that I could turn the other cheek every single time, but I’m also not a pushover, you know? Especially when someone tries to assassinate my character with little girl. That’s so messed up!” She also explained why she decided to finally confirm rumors of their feud to Corden. “Well, James Corden makes me and the whole world feel very safe,” Perry said. “No one has asked me about my side of the story, and there are three sides of every story: one, two, and the truth.” Swift has yet to comment on the feud and Perry’s comments. Her song “Bad Blood” was reportedly about the rift between her and Perry. Perry explained to Corden the feud began over a backup dancer who left Swift’s tour to join Perry’s. You can find Sasha Savitsky on Twitter @SashaFB....
Gregg Allman dead: Singer, organist for The Allman Brothers Band was 69

Gregg Allman dead: Singer, organist for The Allman Brothers Band was 69

Gregg Allman, the legendary frontman of The Allman Brothers, died Saturday, a publicist said. He was 69. Allman died at his home in Savannah, Georgia, publicist Ken Weinstein said. A statement on the singer’s website said he “passed away peacefully.” Allman, who is credited with spawning the Southern rock movement, cancelled some of his 2016 tour dates after announcing in August that he was “under his doctor’s care at the Mayo Clinic” due to “serious health issues.” Later that year, he canceled more dates citing a throat injury. And in March 2017, he canceled performances for the rest of the year. “Gregg considered being on the road playing music with his brothers and solo band for his beloved fans essential medicine for his soul,” a statement on Allman’s website said. “Playing music lifted him up and kept him going during the toughest of times.” The Nashville rocker, known for his long blond hair, was raised in Florida by a single mother after his father was shot to death. He idolized his older brother Duane, eventually joining a series of bands with him before finally creating the nucleus of The Allman Brothers Band. The original band featured extended jams, tight guitar harmonies by Duane Allman and Dickey Betts, rhythms from a pair of drummers and the smoky blues inflected voice of Gregg Allman. Songs such as “Whipping Post,” ”Ramblin’ Man” and “Midnight Rider,” helped define what came to be known as Southern rock and opened the doors for such stars as Lynyrd Skynyrd and the Marshall Tucker Band. In his 2012 memoir, “My Cross to Bear,” Allman described how Duane...
Ariana Grande fans respond to star’s Twitter post about Manchester tragedy

Ariana Grande fans respond to star’s Twitter post about Manchester tragedy

Singer Ariana Grande arrives at the 56th annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles, California January 26, 2014. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES TAGS: ENTERTAINMENT) (GRAMMYS-ARRIVALS) – RTX17WCD  (Reuters) Ariana Grande took to Twitter in a heartfelt post to her 46 million followers on Friday, writing: “We will not quit or operate in fear. We won’t let this divide us. We won’t let hate win.” Social media users quickly responded to the pop star’s promise to return and perform in Manchester. pic.twitter.com/c03xrX3iIv — Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) May 26, 2017  One user wrote, “I am so proud of you and your behaviour Ari. You inspire us. #StayStrong. @ArianaGrande I am so proud of you and your behaviour Ari. You inspire us. #StayStrong — Celopan✨Patito?? (@CelopanYT) May 26, 2017  Another said, “We love you and we’ll always be here babe stay strong I’m so proud of how you handled everything.” @ArianaGrande We love you and we’ll always be here babe stay strong I’m so proud of how you handled everything ??? — zak loves ariana (@whytryshay) May 26, 2017  ARIANA GRANDE VOWS RETURN TO MANCHESTER: ‘WE WON’T LET THIS DIVIDE US’ Grande has been shaken by the incident in which 22 people were killed by a suicide terrorist outside her concert in Macnchester, England. The singer suspended several dates of her tour and returned to her home in Florida after the attack. This is the first time that the 23-year-old addressed the terrorist attack since her tweet on May 22 that simply read, “broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don’t have...
‘EVIL LOSERS IN LIFE’: Trump offers condolences to victims in UK concert attack, lambasts those behind attack

‘EVIL LOSERS IN LIFE’: Trump offers condolences to victims in UK concert attack, lambasts those behind attack

by Fox News By Edmund DeMarche President Trump on Tuesday—standing beside Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in Bethlehem—offered his condolences to the victims in Monday night’s terror attack at the Ariana Grande concert in the U.K., and went on to excoriate the attacker, calling those who attack the innocents “evil losers in life.” Trump made the remarks during a brief media address with Abbas. He began his remarks by saying the U.S. stands in solidarity with the people of the U.K., but then he took aim at the attacker. “So many young, beautiful, innocent people living and enjoying their lives murdered by evil losers in life,” Trump said. “I won’t call them (attackers) monsters, because they would like that term. They would think that’s a great name. I will call them, from now on, losers, because that’s what they are, they’re losers.” Related: texas-house-passes-bathroom-bill-restricting-transgender-student-access The White House said Trump was being kept updated on the attacks in Manchester, England, by his national security team. “The terrorists and extremists and those who give them aid and comfort must be driven out from our society forever,” Trump said. “This wicked ideology must be obliterated.” Authorities in Manchester, meanwhile said it appears at this point that there was one attacker who detonated an improvised explosive device at the concert. The death toll was raised to 22. It is not immediately clear if the unidentified man acted alone, but the attacker apparently died at the scene, police said. Some 400 officers worked overnight to help with the investigation. Related: leave-it-to-the-states–devos-school-choice-wont-be-mandated-by-dc Multiple law enforcement agencies are investigating the explosion, and are treating the incident as a “terror attack.” Trump was in Bethlehem...
ARIANA: I’M ‘BROKEN’ Singer says she is ‘sorry;’ tour reportedly on hold

ARIANA: I’M ‘BROKEN’ Singer says she is ‘sorry;’ tour reportedly on hold

by Fox News By Blanche JohnsonAriana Grande took to Twitter to respond to a “terrorist incident” at her Manchester, United Kingdom concert that left 19 dead and at least 59 people wounded. She tweeted a short message following the tragedy, stating she was “broken” and speechless. broken. from the bottom of my heart, i am so so sorry. i don't have words. — Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) May 23, 2017   Her manager, Scooter Braun, also tweeted expressing his thoughts following the attack. “Tonight, our hearts are broken. Words cannot express our sorrow for the victims and families harmed in this senseless attack,” Braun wrote. “We mourn the lives of children and loved ones taken by this cowardly act. We are thankful for the selfless service tonight of Manchester’s first responders who rushed towards danger to help save lives. We ask all of you to hold the victims, their families, and all those affected in your hearts and prayers.” Related: ariana-grande-concert-explosions-police-say-number-of-confirmed-fatalities Grande’s reps confirmed the star was “OK” after the attack. The rep added, “we are further investigating what happened.” Related: judge-confirms-princes-6-siblings-as-heirs-to-his-estate Grande has a concert scheduled on Thursday at the O2 Arena, but according to TMZ she has indefinitely suspended her world tour. Greater Manchester Police said in a statement that they were treating the blast as a “terrorist incident until police know otherwise.” Britain’s terrorist threat level has been set at “severe” in recent years indicating an attack is highly likely. British Transport Police said an explosion occurred in the foyer of Manchester Arena at 10:30 p.m., around the time the concert finished. Arena management tweeted its own statement, which said the...