Well THAT certainly blew us away. Jimmy Kimmel gathered up a ton of A-list talent for his second annual RED Shopathon for AIDS research, and they gave us a killer ‘Rat Pack’ themed holiday song. Keep reading for more on Bono and the huge celebs who performed “We’re Going to Hell.”
How frightening! U2 frontman Bono was in France during the horrific Bastille Day Massacre that left 84 dead on July 14. As people fled for their lives, the singer remained inside a local restaurant in order to seek protection from the chaos according to a new report. HollywoodLife.com has the details, here.
U2 received the Innovator Award at the iHeartRadio Music Awards on April 3, celebrating the band’s legendary career and activism. After Pharrell Williams honored a band that ‘reinvented’ music, Bono and The Edge dedicated their award to musicians still fighting for free speech around the world!
What a beautiful day! It’s an prestigious honor given from one innovator to another, as Pharrell Williams, 42, presented U2 – Bono, 55, The Edge, 54, Adam Clayton, 56, and Larry Mullen, Jr., 54 – with the third ever Innovator Award at the iHeartRadio Music Awards!
Terrorists will not keep Eagles of Death Metal from bringing joy to all their fans, as the band performed in Paris for the first time since the horrific Nov. 13 attacks. Thousands of fans greeted them with deafening cheers as EODM joined U2 for a powerful display of love and music. Click to watch!
Over 20,000 French voices united in love and support for Eagles of Death Metal, who made their triumphant return to Paris following the tragic Bataclan massacre. Alongside Bono, 55, and the rest of U2, the rockers stood defiant against the terrorists who would have them live their lives in fear.
Bono and his U2 bandmates are in talks to lead an all-star Paris concert to benefit the victims affected by the horrific Nov. 13 terrorist attacks in the City of Light, HollywoodLife.com has EXCLUSIVELY learned. Find out the full details.
Bono, 55, and his band U2 are in discussions to put together a concert to help the families of the victims of the devastating Paris attacks, HollywoodLife.com can EXCLUSIVELY reveal. The frontman of the Irish rock band is hoping that he can assemble an all-star line-up for a tribute gig for those who tragically lost their lives.
After suffering from injuries following a bike accident months ago, Bono announced that he may never play the guitar ever again — shocking, we know! Find out exactly what Bono said in his heartfelt New Years blog post.
Say it isn’t so! U2 frontman, Bono, badly injured his upper arm in November after falling off his bike. However, we did not realize how bad his injuries were — until now! The guitarist wrote a lengthy blog post for his fans where he revealed he may be hanging up his guitar for good — so sad!
What happens when the lead singer of one of the most well-known bands is too injured to perform? If it’s U2’s Bono, he asks his pals Chris Martin and Bruce Springsteen to take his place. Click inside to WATCH!
On Dec. 1, Chris Martin and Bruce Springsteen took the stage in Times Square to perform for World Aids Day 2014. However, both singers were acting as the frontman of U2 due to the fact that Bono, who was recently injured in a bike accident, was still not performance ready.
So scary! U2’s Bono cheated death on Nov. 12, when a rear door of his private jet reportedly fell off mid-flight while he was on his way from Dublin to Berlin to attend the Bambi International Music awards.
Bono, 54, narrowly escaped death on Nov. 12, when the tailgate of his private plane became detached while flying to Berlin, Germany causing a door to fall off as well as the singer and his companions luggage. Luckily, everyone aboard the flight is safe and according to a new report, the door was outside the pressurized area of the cabin so there was no need for oxygen masks.
Joe and Jessica are just one of many A-listers who are stepping up to fight famine in Africa — more than 30,000 children have died in just three months!
The latest tragedy — a performer fell 30 feet — should be last straw for this problem-filled production!
The problems just keep coming for the ‘upcoming’ Broadway musical Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark. After a string of troubled performances, poor buzz and increasing budget woes, a massive injury Dec. 20 should be the nail in the coffin for the show.
The New York Post reports stunt double Christopher Tierney was the latest victim of the stunt-filled spectacle, where a fall due to a faulty rope left the aerialist with broken ribs and internal bleeding.
Early reports say Spidey’s Broadway debut needs a lot of work before it’s ready for the public.
With a budget of more than $65 million, Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark is the most expensive show in Broadway history — and it also might be the most flawed. The Julie Taymor-directed musical had its first preview performance Nov. 28, and although the high-flying acrobatics left young theater-goers enthralled, The New York Times reports that the show was marred with mistakes and actually stopped five times throughout its run of more than three hours.
The Edge’s daughter, Sian, has beaten cancer, but her mom, Morleigh Steinberg, says that the family struggled to stay positive as she fought for her life.
Morleigh Steinberg, the wife of U2 rocker The Edge — real name David Evans — has described for the first time the “hell” the couple went through as their now 13-year-old daughter, Sian, battled cancer. As any mother would be, Morleigh was devastated in 2006 when she discovered that her daughter had leukemia. “You’re in shock then you just go into survival mode,” she tells WENN. “The whole thing is hell but at the same time you stay positive and you really live. You live more because you don’t want to take anything for granted.”
Make sure to tune in Jan. 22 to watch George Clooney’s Hope for Haiti telethon — featuring performances by Justin Timberlake, Taylor Swift & Bruce Springsteen. —
George Clooney‘s brilliant idea to host a two-hour telethon Jan. 22 is turning out to be one of the largest Hollywood charity events. Hope for Haiti Now: A Global Benefit for Earthquake Relief announced that the global telethon will feature 21 musical performances that will air during the telethon. The musical acts will take place all over the world — In NYC: Bruce Springsteen, Mary J. Blige, Shakira, Jennifer Hudson, and Wyclef Jean will hit the mic in support of the cause. Read more
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