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Bono and U2, the 'Fury' star and the 'Blurred Lines' hitmaker join other people like President Obama and Sarah Palin who, the magazine says, failed to make contribution to the society.
Other celebrities like Morgan Freeman, Will Ferrell, Connie Britton, Ellie Goulding, Akon and Thandie Newton are also featured in the chilling PSA about the growing Ebola crisis in West Africa.
According a statement released by the hospital, Bono suffers from multiple injuries and needs three metal plates and eighteen screws to repair his arm.
The late-night show's host dons shades and Bono's signature cap while imitating the rocker's vocals as he joins The Roots to cover the song from U2's 1988 'Rattle and Hum' album.
The band announces in a statement posted on their website that the frontman needs to undergo a surgery to repair the arm he injured in the 'cycling spill' in Central Park.
The Irish rocker jokes that there may be some cows or sheep which got hurt after the rear door of his private plane fell off mid-air along with his two suitcases.
A plane carrying Bono and some other passengers experienced an in-air incident but it was able to land safely.
During the Web Summit conference in Dublin, the U2 frontman says that music services like Spotify actually help musicians get their music heard.
The U2 frontman opens up to Graham Norton that he has been battling a chronic eye condition for two decades.
The band's frontman insists that he's against free music and says he and his mates aren't the ones to blame because it's Apple who gives away the album.
The U2 frontman plans to fight piracy and help the industry from declining sales figures with the unnamed format that's now 18 months away from being launched.
In addition to Williams and Leto, the U2 frontman is joined by A$AP Rocky as he celebrates his 54th birthday which coincides with his daughter Jordan's birthday.
The fifth annual performance on the street in Dublin helps raise money for The Simon Community which supports and campaigns for homeless people.
The U2 frontman and Theron are among tens of thousands of people who attend a memorial to honor Nelson Mandela which is held at Johannesburg's FNB Stadium.
The doc, directed by Greg 'Freddy' Camalier, sees several musicians talking about a recording studio in Alabama that has produced some of the greatest records of all time.