Here’s a dubious honor Miley Cyrus probably didn’t anticipate — the pop star’s been named one of the creepiest celebrities of 2013. Cyrus came in at #1, according to an E-Score survey. Another surprising celebrity to pop up on the list is Honey Boo Boo’s mom Mama June, who made the list at #7. The other “honorees” don’t exactly come as a shock, although we think Cyrus’ photographer buddy Terry Richardson should have made the list. Here’s the complete list of 13:
Host of America’s Got Talent and the hubby of Mariah Carey took some time to visit Toronto to spin at Tryst Nightclub – but before that, he dropped by KiSS 92.5 for an exclusive chat with Mocha about his kids, Mariah, AGT’s next season, new music and more!
Are you a woman between the ages of 30 and 50 – and not feeling like yourself lately?
Whether you’re feeling moody, tired or bloated, don’t worry. Television icon and author Suzanne Somers says there are solutions for you.
She recently wrote a new book, titled “I’m Too Young For This,” which addresses a common health condition women face called perimenopause, and she dropped by the Roz & Mocha show to share some advice and personal stories
Vulture.com has compiled an exhaustive list of “100 Pop-Culture Things That Make You a Millennial.” The ranked roundup of “TV shows, quotes, books, albums, songs and celebrities” that resonate most with those born between 1980 and the early ’00s heavily favors early ’90s references — when “the first wave of millennials began to claim pop culture as their own” — but runs up to the present day. Topping the list are Beyonce and Jay Z, who millennials regard as “our finest cultural ambassadors, the ultimate power couple, and the peak of modern celebrity.” Rounding out the top 10 are:
“Metallica Through The Never,” the rock band’s bold new 3D concert film which just enjoyed its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, was shot at a pair of concerts in Edmonton and Vancouver last year.
Damnit Maurie sits down with Kirk, Robert & Lars to chat about the future of rock, having kids and the film that has the music world talking
More than 20,000 students have descended on the Air Canada Centre in Toronto for this year’s We Day, a youth activism event launched in 2007 by the founders of Free the Children, brothers Craig and Marc Kielburger.