At the root of the unimaginable tragedy in Brazil — in which 234 people died and at least 120 others were hospitalized in a fire at a nightclub called Kiss — is wanton carelessness for others. According to police in Brazil, the fire was ignited by flares that were intended for outdoor use. Why did Gurizada Fandangueira, the band playing that night, set off those flares inside the club? Because they were cheap.
This is Iker Casillas, the goalkeeper—and captain—for Spain's winning World Cup team. That's Sara Carbonero, his girlfriend, a reporter for Spanish network Telecinco. Think he can keep it professional in a post-victory interview?
The much-hyped Lady Gaga episode of Glee ended up not being so much about Lady Gaga as it was about mothers and daughters, fathers and sons, friends and lovers, and a diversion through the KISS songbook. It was still awesome.
Last night's Extreme Makeover: Home Edition was just like all the others—except not all episodes include rock bands jamming with families that are die-hard fans. Well, Gene Simmons and company dropped by and did just that.
It used to be that the creepiness of aging, B-List rockers was confined to whatever mall or car dealership they were opening, but now through the miracle of the internet, they are all practically swarming with aging fans across the country. Also, they can have extremely creepy conversations involving strip clubs, dry humping, propositions and the word "mommy," as in this recent clip of a run in between Gene Simmons and a fan, apparently one of many in line to have creepy conversations with the former KISS bassist: