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The guitarist named Jesse Tobias attacks tour opener Kristeen Young, who denied she caused Morrissey's illness in a Facebook post, and producer Tony Visconti for giving the post a 'like.'
According to a statement on his Facebook page, the respiratory infection the singer contracted while in Miami has worsened.
The singer announces on Facebook that he and his road crew are still sick and the show scheduled for June 6 in Atlantic City has been postponed to June 22.
The singer is in the middle of performing a song called 'One Day, Goodbye Will Be Farewell' when an over-excited fan storms the stage and knocks him to the ground.
Serving as the follow-up to 2009s 'Years of Refusal', the new album 'has been provisionally set for late June/early July release worldwide.'
The British rocker announces the cancellation of all remaining tour dates with an elaborate apology message.
The former frontman of The Smiths postpones some dates of his South American tour after suffering from severe food poisoning in Lima, Peru.
Due to double pneumonia, the British rocker has been forced to reschedule his Regency Ballroom gig.
The 'Silver Linings Playbook' star is photographed smoking a cigarette which looks like a joint and drinking a large bottle of wine in the hotel she stays at during her holiday.
The A and E reality TV series posted record ratings for the network during its second season premiere, delivering 8.6 million viewers on Wednesday, February 27.
After Morrissey states he's disappointed that Kimmel ridicules healthy eating, the comedian says, 'I'm completely respectful of people who do not eat meat, but the statement he made is ridiculous.'
Whedon explains that a standalone Hulk movie is a possible project, but it will be 'very, very hard' to accomplish because the green beast is 'not a superhero.'
The 'Jimmy Kimmel Live!' host says in his monologue that Morrissey 'keeps finding new ways to depress us,' and promotes new 'Duck Dynasty' product for vegetarians in a skit.
The 'Tomorrow' singer cancels his scheduled performance on the ABC show because 'he cannot morally be on a television program where the cast members of 'Duck Dynasty' will also be guests.'
The Smiths frontman says, 'I'm sure the Palace and Clarence House put maximum pressure on this poor receptionist and nurse, and of course that's kept away from the press.'