Josiah Kamau/BuzzFoto/FilmMagicJust two months after reports emerged that John Mellencamp had split up with longtime girlfriend Meg Ryan, comes word that sparks are flying between the two stars again. A source close to the singer/songwriter tells People, “They are back together and it’s brand new…They’re really happy about it.”
The latest news follows reports that the couple was spotted contentedly walking around New York City’s Soho district together last week.
In addition, Mellencamp hinted in an interview last month on NBC’s Today show that he hadn’t given up on the relationship.
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Tony Behar/NBCUSting is not only a singer and songwriter, he’s also an occasional actor, having appeared in quite a few movies over the years. But during his appearance this Thursday night on the series Inside the Actors Studio, he ended up having to talk to host James Lipton, not about his craft, but about his sex life.
Specifically, Lipton asked Sting about his infamous quote regarding “Tantric sex,” in which he and his wife Trudie Styler allegedly had eight-hour lovemaking sessions. Sting has since backpedaled, saying the whole thing was a joke, but in an <a class="colorbox" rel="nofollow" href="http://www.bravotv.com/inside-the-actors-studio/season-20/videos/sting-talks-tantric-sex?cid=related_sfv_OCT13_A" …read moreRead More
Capitol RecordsBob Seger is riding high on the Billboard 200 this week with his new album, Ride Out, which pulled in at #3 on the tally after selling 59,000 copies. This marks the 69-year-old Rock and Roll Hall of Famer’s highest debut ever on the albums chart, bettering that of his previous studio effort, 2006’s Face the Promise, which bowed at #4.
The last time Seger had an album as high as #3 on the Billboard 200 was back in 1986, with Like a Rock. The Michigan rocker’s best chart showing ever was …read moreRead More
Image Courtesy of Clara BalzaryRed Hot Chili Peppers bassist Flea has a pretty good idea of what the band’s new album will sound like.
“It’s super danceable, funky s**t and some real introspective, pretty stuff,” he tells Rolling Stone. “It feels good, man, and it’s fun to play it.”
When the Chili Peppers recorded their last album, 2011’s I’m with You, they had just hired a new guitarist, Josh Klinghoffer. Now, after going through a period of adjustment, Flea says the band feels much more comfortable.
“We had a new guitar player and it was a real feeling-out …read moreRead More