Feb 04 2016

David Bowie's Will

David Bowie, the British rock star who died at the age of 69 from cancer earlier this month, directed in his will that his ashes be scattered in Bali, an island that fascinated him, according to a newspaper report.

Bowie's estimated $100 million estate will go to his wife, children, a nanny and a personal assistant, in accordance with his 20-page will, filed on Friday in Surrogate's Court in Manhattan, the New York Times said.

His penthouse apartment in the trendy Manhattan neighborhood of Soho, where fans left a wall of flowers upon hearing news of his death on Jan. 10, was left to his widow, model Iman Abdulmajid Jones, the newspaper said. He also left her about half of the remaining estate.

His children, adult son Duncan and teenage daughter Alexandria, will get about 25 percent each and Alexandria was also left Bowie's mountain retreat in Ulster County, New York.

A nanny who cared for Duncan, Marion Skene, will receive $1 million, the report added.

Bowie left his own long-time personal assistant, Corinne Schwab, or Coco, $2 million and stock in a company called Opossum Inc.

Feb 04 2016

Bruce Springsteen Helps Grandmother Celebrate her 89th Birthday

You're never to old to be a Bruce Springsteen fan -- and if you're lucky, he might even dance with you on stage.

That's what happened to a grandmother named Evelyn, who was celebrating her 89th birthday in the pit at the Boss's concert in Toronto.

A woman -- presumably her granddaughter -- left a sign at the foot of the stage during "Dancing in the Dark."

Springsteen read it, then brought Evelyn up for a quick slow dance before returning to the regularly scheduled program.

Feb 02 2016

Mariah Carey Opens Up About Proposal And New Wedding Plans

Superstar Mariah Carey recently got engaged to Australian billionaire James Packer and she has opened up about the celebration and also their wedding plans in a new interview with E! News.

When asked about their ideas for the big day, the 'Obsessed' superstar said: "We are not doing a big wedding because he did two big weddings, and it's kind of like, 'I've done a big wedding [too]'... We would rather make it beautiful but humble.”

She also described the proposal, explaining that it was "very romantic. He's an exceptional person and really... it gets more romantic by the day, so it's very sweet.”