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Meat Loaf Collapses on Stage

Singer's website blames dehydration, says he'll fully recover

(Newser) - It's already been a rough year for celebrities, and fans are now worried about another big name in rock. Meat Loaf collapsed during a concert in Edmonton Thursday night and was rushed to a hospital in unknown condition, the BBC reports. The 68-year-old had canceled shows in Moose Jaw... More »

Romney Gets Endorsement From... Meat Loaf

Singer jumps into the 2012 fray

(Newser) - Well, Meat Loaf really is gonna love someone for ever , but it's not Ellen Foley, it's MItt Romney. The 1970s rock icon gave an ... interesting endorsement for the candidate in Defiance, Ohio, last night, reports the Washington Post . “There has storm clouds come over the United States,... More »

10 Artists Who Turned Down Hit Songs

Just think, Janet could have had 'How Will I Know'

(Newser) - Sometimes celebrities aren't so lucky—as evidenced by these 10 musical artists who rejected songs that later turned into hits by someone else. From Celebuzz :
  • Leona Lewis recorded "We Found Love" before Rihanna, but didn't want to commit. "Mine's better," she says, although she
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Meat Loaf Loses It... Over Art Supplies

'I bought those motherf**king sponges!'

(Newser) - Where else but Celebrity Apprentice can you watch Meat Loaf totally, totally lose it on Gary Busey? The "mother of all meltdowns" happened on last night's episode, sparked by ... art supplies, PopEater notes. Specifically, Meat Loaf's missing art supplies, which he claimed were stolen by Busey. The resulting tantrum... More »

At Most Brit Funerals, Pop Music Plays You Out

(Newser) - Pop songs are handily beating out traditional hymns in England as the preferred soundtrack for the final goodbye, the Telegraph reports. A survey by a funeral-services company shows that 58% of funerals feature popular music as the top request, versus 35% for hymns; classical grabs just 7%. The top request?... More »

Hannity Replaces Colmes With Rotating Roster

Sharpton sits in for premiere of new show

(Newser) - Sean Hannity’s coming back, and just because Alan Colmes isn’t around anymore doesn’t mean he can’t find a token liberal. In his new format, Hannity will have a panel of rotating members, reports Broadcasting & Cable. On Monday, Rep. Michele Bachmann will sit on the right,... More »

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