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The 'Black and Yellow' hitmaker said title of his new album is not just about weed, but it's bigger than that.
A Confederate sympathizer Mary Surratt is accused of conspiracy in the Abraham Lincoln assassination and has to rely on her reluctant lawyer.
The teen singer has been tapped to promote Best Buy along with Ozzy and Sharon Osbourne at the Super Bowl TV extravaganza.
The 'Let It Die' video starts with Ozzy and his band recording the song in the studio and then jumps straight into footage of his live concert.
Branding the excitement and hype of the festive season 'a wind-up,' Ozzy Osbourne can no longer tolerate Yuletide since he quit booze.
Although liking her, the rocker is tired of hearing and watching her whenever he turns on TV or opens magazine.
Due to an ear infection, Ozzy Osbourne decides to postpone the two concerts in Missouri and Minnesota to the New Year.
The rocker advises a woman to send her former boyfriend, who proposed to her best friend, a 'bag of s**t' in a Tiffany's box.
Living in the mansion where the rocker and his family used to live, Aguilera had scary encounters every Halloween as their fans threw like a turkey or a ham over to her front door.
The rocker suggested one sex-starved fan to play dress up and take his girlfriend to a bed and breakfast and pretend they are having an affair.
During a political rally in Washington on October 30, the two took the stage to perform their respective singles 'Peace Train' and 'Crazy Train'.
'I am sickened and disgusted by the use of Crazy Train to promote messages of hate and evil by a church,' he says of the Westboro Baptist Church.
'All he kept doing is lifting his (butt) cheek (from the chair), and then he fell asleep!' the reality TV star recalls her father's flatulence habit.
The rocker denies speculation that political tensions in country prevented him from performing there, saying 'I guess I was drunk for so many years.'
He admitted that back in the '80s he used to pour cocaine on his athlete's foot because it was the best remedy he could find on the road.