Adele’s album, 21 has been named the Greatest Album of All Time by Billboard, 4 years after it’s release. Billboard awarded points to albums for each week they spent on the Billboard 200 and 21 spent 24 weeks in the #1 spot and was in the top 10 for 81 weeks. In fact, it’s still in the top 200.
Kim Kardashian has about 6 weeks left in her pregnancy which means, we have about 6 weeks of her complaining about how miserable pregnancy is. Kardashian said last week she had gained 52 pounds and has previously talked about how she doesn’t enjoy being pregnant; in her latest complaint she says Some people find it blissful, they feel sexy, they feel alive, I feel completely the opposite!” She did acknowledge that it was all worth it though saying, “I don’t love one moment of it. And that’s okay! It’s one billion percent worth it.”
Blake Shelton can add Hero to his resume after rescuing two men from a mudslide near his home in Oklahoma. Shelton came across four men in a truck, stuck in the mud and attempted to help them out with his truck. When that didn’t work, he returned home to get his tractor and was then able to pull the truck out. Of course, he took a picture with the guys before he rode off into the sunset.
In response to the terror attacks in Paris on Friday, U2 cancelled their planned show in Paris and the Foo Fighters have now cancelled the remainder of their European tour. The band posted on their social media accounts; ‘It is with profound sadness and heartfelt concern for everyone in Paris that we have been forced to announce the cancellation of the rest of our tour,” the band said in a statement Saturday. “In light of this senseless violence, the closing of borders, and international mourning, we can’t continue right now. There is no other way to say it. This is crazy and it sucks. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone who was hurt or who lost a loved one.’
U2 and the Foo Fighters have cancelled shows and tours, but Madonna decided that the show must go on, performing in Stockholm on Saturday night. The Queen of Pop stopped her concert after performing 13 songs and spoke for about 10 minutes about the tragedies and delivered a powerful message about tolerance. She followed that up with a moment of silence and “Like A Prayer.” She said she did think about cancelling her show, but thought “why should I give that to them?” “Why should I let them stop me?”