The author of a bombshell Aaron Hernandez profile in Rolling Stone believes the former New England Patriots tight end, charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of semi-pro player Odin Lloyd, will be back in the NFL “within three or four years.”
A Facebook page that was set up calling for a boycott drew more than 58,000 likes and more than 1,000 comments in less than 24 hours.
Led Zeppelin and Rolling Stone magazine have always had an uneasy relationship: although the band dominated the ’70s, they were only on the cover once during that decade. And Rolling Stone didn’t always give Zeppelin’s records favorable reviews. So, it was a surprise that the band’s leader Jimmy Page gave the magazine an eight-hour plus interview in the new issue, which features a vintage Page shot on the cover.
“The way I look at love is you have to follow it and fall hard, if you fall hard. You have to forget about what everyone else thinks.”
Our sweet, innocent Taylor is growing up right in front of our eyes. She talks love, rumors, music, and more with “Rolling Stone,” and shows us a bold new look on the cover.
In a new Rolling Stone interview, Hank Williams, Jr. thanks ESPN for his career resurgence and says President Obama is “the worst” and “hates America.”
Taylor Swift, 22, has made one thing clear when it comes to her love interests and her songwriting: If you don’t want her to write a song about you, don’t do anything to deserve one.
Days before he was gunned down, John Lennon complained about his critics — saying they were just interested in “dead heroes” — and talked about his future, musing that he had “plenty of time” to accomplish some of his life goals.
A copy of Annie Leibovitz’s famous photo of a nude John Lennon with a clothed Yoko Ono is going up for auction in New York City.
Being famous isn’t as easy as it looks. Just ask pop sensation Katy Perry. Not only does she have to deal with boyfriend Russell Brand hogging all her hair products, but she also has to battle ridiculous internet rumors about her life.