JUSTIN BIEBER THROWS UP ONSTAGE
GLENDALE, Arizona (AP) -- Justin Bieber lays it all out there for his fans during his show -- including his lunch. KTVK-TV in Phoenix has posted video of Bieber's show Saturday night during which he vomited not once but twice onstage. During one episode, he was near the front of the stage with several dancers, turned his back to the audience and let loose. Bieber left the stage after both incidents but returned each time. Fans sang the words while he was offstage. Bieber tweets, "Milk was a bad choice!"
BARBRA STREISAND DIGS IN THE VAULT FOR "RELEASE ME"
NEW YORK (AP) -- Barbra Streisand has decided maybe it's better now not to be such a perfectionist. Streisand is putting out an album of unreleased material called "Release Me," pulled from several sessions over her career. Streisand says she used to shelve a song if she sang one word wrong, and in those days they'd only do two or three takes. Streisand says she kept them in a "black box" -- her personal vault -- but something opened her eyes: the Internet. She says some of those songs were taken from the Sony vault and ended up on YouTube, and she realized the songs were pretty good. "Release Me" comes out October 9.
JARED FOLLOWILL OF KINGS OF LEON GETS MARRIED
NASHVILLE (AP) -- Bassist Jared Followill of Kings of Leon is off the market. He married model Martha Patterson Saturday on a farm outside Nashville. He's the last of the band to get married.
ART GARFUNKEL IS NO-SHOW AT TWO SWEDEN CONCERTS
STOCKHOLM (AP) -- Art Garfunkel had two concerts scheduled in Sweden and failed to show up for either one. He was supposed to play shows in Goteberg on Friday and in Malmo on Saturday. Organizers say they didn't find Garfunkel at his hotel and learned he had left the country with his staff. It's not certain why Garfunkel left.
CHRIS BROWN CRANKS OUT SERVICE HOURS
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Chris Brown has been pushing hard to complete his community service hours as part of his sentence for beating up Rihanna in 2009. An Associated Press analysis finds Brown has logged more than 1,400 hours of community service. That's almost the entire sentence. A third of the hours were at a rural Virginia daycare center where Brown spent time as a child and where his mother once worked. He completed 701 hours just in the past seven months, split between the daycare center and Richmond police and fire stations, all while promoting his "Fortune" album. Brown's service came under scrutiny in court last week when his service logs were questioned for accuracy.
LAND DONATED FOR MEMORIAL TO VICTIMS OF GREAT WHITE CONCERT FIRE
WEST WARWIRCK, R.I. (AP) -- The owner of the site of the 2003 nightclub fire sparked by Great White's pyrotechnics has donated the land for a permanent memorial. A lawyer for Ray Villanova has transferred ownership of the land in West Warwick, Rhode Island, to The Station Fire Memorial Foundation. The foundation designed a permanent memorial and got pledges to build it, but it could not do anything more because it did not own the land. Previously Villanova had run into legal obstacles to donating the land. One hundred people died in the fire that began during Great White's concert nine and a half years ago.
GEORGE MICHAEL IS SUFFERING FROM ANXIETY
UNDATED (AP) -- George Michael has realized he's not quite himself since suffering from life-threatening pneumonia last November. Michael writes on his website his doctors had recommended rest and counseling, but Michael believed that doing shows would be therapy enough for him. He was wrong. Michael says he seriously underestimated how tough the year would be and he incorrectly believed he could work through what he calls his "major anxiety." He's called off his Australia concerts as a result.
AVRIL LAVIGNE CREATES FATHEAD STICKER
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Avril Lavigne is a Fathead for charity. She has approved a six-foot-tall Fathead wall sticker of herself to benefit the Avril Lavigne Foundation. It's only available through Thursday at www.theavrillavignefoundation.org/.
CHER LLOYD, KATHERINE JENKINS, PLACIDO DOMINGO ON "DANCING WITH THE STARS"
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- It will be a real contrast of singing styles on the "Dancing With The Stars" results show tomorrow. Pop singer Cher Lloyd will sing "Want You Back." Classical singer and former "Dancing With The Stars" contestant Katherine Jenkins sings a duet with Placido Domingo on "Come What May."
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