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The former Black Sabbath frontman says people can play a medley of Justin Bieber, Susan Boyle and We Are The Diddymen to ensure that his memorial doesn't be a mope-fest.
A Scotland Yard spokeswoman confirms that the 'Police Officer' singer has died during a police raid after suffering a stab wound when cops swooped on his home in Surrey.
Recalling her first time at Harvard University, the supermodel admits she 'freaked out' about living in the dorm, but still says she 'misses' her friends every time a term ends.
After the punk singer labeled Ozzy Osbourne a 'senile delinquent', Kelly jumps to defend her father, saying, 'Stop being such a bitter old queen, John!'
The online auction to sell the space suits that they wore in Super Bowl commercial ended on Tuesday, March 1.
The frontman will battle Bruce Dickinson for Best Vocalist while the other band members are also vying for best player prizes.
A report said that Grammer will spend $215-a-head to serve up a feast when he weds Kayte Walsh in New York on Friday, February 25.
Bieber's album 'Never Say Never - The Remixes' becomes number one on the Billboard 200 charts.
The benefit from the outfits sale on eBay will be donated to the Sharon Osbourne Colon Cancer Program at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles.
The money-stricken actor has taken that many projects, which are due to hit screens later this year, in order to pay up his bills.
The actress who is carrying Matt Bellamy's baby is not sure about a full move yet but said that she is thinking of a 'half move'.
The 'Eighth Wonder' star is in a mission to improve Britain's playgrounds by persuading parents to participate in playgrounds improvement.
Sharon was sued for assault and negligence after she allegedly pulled Megan Hauserman by the hair and scratching her for calling Ozzy 'brain-dead rocker'.
Due to the rapid changing of advance technology, the Black Sabbath rocker is replaced by young and fresh Justin Bieber only in a matter of seconds.
The indie folk rock band lead a stampede of new names into the top five and prevent Billboard Hot 200 to have another record-breaking slow week.