LADY GAGA THROWS UP ONSTAGE
BARCELONA (AP) -- Sometimes with Lady Gaga it's hard to tell what's an accident and what's performance art, but no, the vomit during the show in Barcelona was unplanned. Lady Gaga tweets she was hoping no one saw her throwing up on stage, but "actually it's quite a good laugh if you need one." She even includes a link to the video. She says she's "Lady Puke-ga doing Swan 'Vomit' Lake." The incident happened just a week after Justin Bieber threw up on stage during a show outside Phoenix.
NICOLE SCHERZINGER ADMITS SHE WAS BULIMIC
UNDATED (AP) -- Nicole Scherzinger says she was afraid to tell people she struggled with bulimia, but reading the messages of support from fans made her cry. Scherzinger revealed on VH1's "Behind the Music" Sunday she was bulimic for eight years and didn't tell anyone. Scherzinger tweets her thanks to fans for not judging her and making her realize she's not alone.
PETER CRISS OPENS UP ABOUT ATTEMPTED SUICIDE
NEW YORK (AP) -- Peter Criss of Kiss knows what a .357 Magnum tastes like -- because he shoved the barrel of one down his throat in a suicide attempt. Rolling Stone has published an excerpt from his upcoming autobiography, "Makeup to Breakup: My Life In and Out of Kiss." Criss writes it was 1994 and he felt like a has-been, with two failed marriages, a floundering career and hardly any money. Then the Northridge earthquake hit Southern California and destroyed what little he had. Criss says that's when he decided to kill himself. In the rubble of his apartment, with the gun in his mouth, he saw the photo of his daughter was not damaged. That's when he decided life was worth living. "Makeup to Breakup" comes out October 23.
KESHA WRITES AUTOBIOGRAPHY
NEW YORK (AP) -- Kesha is writing her life story. She will publish an illustrated memoir called "My Crazy Beautiful Life" on November 20. Kesha says in less than three years she's gone from being the worst waitress in Los Angeles to living out her childhood dreams of singing her songs for people around the world. Kesha says she will talk about what her life is really like. She says, "It's not all glamorous and it's not all pretty, but it's all real." Her new album, "Warrior," comes out December 4.
THE SCRIPT RELEASE "NUMBER 3"
LONDON (AP) -- The Script want to be a band that makes you get up and move. Singer Danny O'Donoghue says their new album, "Number 3," has songs for clubs and pubs and bars. He says before their music was for sitting at home with a bottle of wine listening to their lyrics. O'Donoghue says their songwriting has not changed, though. He says it's "just as honest and as personal" as they've ever been, and they're more confident in their sound. "Number 3" is out today. The Script start their tour with Tristan Prettyman tonight in New York.
"THE VOICE" GOES TO BATTLE ROUNDS
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Team Cee Lo may have made a fatal mistake on "The Voice" last night during the first battle round. He put Amanda Brown and Trevin Hunte against each other, knowing he'd have to eliminate a strong contender. The other coaches were pushing their buttons to steal whoever was eliminated before Cee Lo even had made his decision. Cee Lo kept Hunte. Adam Levine stole Brown for his team. That wasn't the only steal. Collin McLoughlin, the guy who dropped out of school to do "The Voice," was eliminated from Team Adam but stolen by Team Blake.
GREEN DAY FEATURED ON "CSI: NY"
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Green Day will do the talking instead of actors on "CSI: NY." On the October 19 episode, the CSIs try to catch a shooter who tries to take out a political candidate. Rather than dialogue, five Green Day songs will play. Those songs are "Kill the DJ" from their new "Uno" album, and "Stop When The Lights Flash," "Amy," "The Forgotten" and "Night Life" from their upcoming "Dos" and "Tre" albums.
OZZY OSBOURNE APPEARS ON "THE TALK"
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Ozzy and Kelly Osbourne stop by "The Talk" today to help Sharon Osbourne mark a milestone. She will be celebrating her 60th birthday.
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