Sharon Osbourne Had Fling With Jay Leno? Sharon Osbourne claims she had a fling with Jay Leno after meeting him at a club in the 70's. "He liked my voice and I kept calling. I said I had the wrong number but I kept talking with my English accent. He actually came to my house and met me and we had a little fling. The fling was more of a fling for me and not fling enough for him because a couple of months later he brought around the real love of his life for me to meet, and she was lovely and they took me to Fatburger and showed me around town.''
Simon Cowell has already nicknamed his son. He tells Extra, ''It really is a miracle. The baby was kind of unexpected. I hadn't planned for that. Once I got used to it, I thought, it's actually not such a big deal. I called it 'Tad' because it was like a little tadpole - just, like, moving around. Once you see the baby on the scan for the first time you're just amazed that you're seeing something alive. It's incredible. Maybe I will take him or her go-karting. I'm good with kids, and I like kids."
Eddie Murphy tells Rolling Stone he not only recorded a reggae song with Snoop Lion he also recorded a marijuana anthem. ''We did two tracks together. We did that song. We did actually a song that's like just a new . . . the new weed anthem. A track called "Mellow Miss Mary." It's a shame – I was working on it with Rick James before he died. I wrote the song and went to Rick and he was loving it. And Rick was supposed to be on it and Rick kicked out and I still had the track and it was like "'Ay, I'm going to take this and put Snoop on it." Snoop is like the governor of weed! [Laughs] Got him on the track. On the surface, if you listen to "Mellow Miss Mary," it sounds like a love song."
Beyonce loves touring with her daughter Blue Ivy. She says, "It's really interesting because I'm touring with my daughter for the first time and my dream has always been to be able to balance my life and my career. I think it's the one thing that women struggle with because it's so difficult. But when I'm able to travel it makes me so proud that she's able to experience all these different cultures and meet all of these interesting people at such a young age. It makes me proud of my job. It makes me proud that music can impact so many people and bring us together."
Cher is going to mentor Blake Shelton's singers on The Voice. Cher tells Yahoo, “They didn’t have anything like this when Sonny [Bono] and I started. We played bowling alleys and roller-rinks. We didn’t get to go on any [TV shows]. This is amazing, where you have people who’ve been in the business, have been successful, and now want to help you — so you can kind of bypass a lot of the trashy stuff.” Blake tells Yahoo, ”I lost my dad a year and a half ago. And my dad’s favorite artist on earth, bar none, no question, was Cher. My dad worshipped Cher. I wish he could have seen tonight’s episode, because I would’ve been texting him saying, ‘Hey, I met Cher! I took a picture with Cher!’…She has no idea about any of that, but it was a real big deal to meet her…she’s just as viable and important to music today as she ever was.”
Steven Tyler tells Dr Oz his drug use cost him everything. "My sobriety cost me nothing less than everything. I lost everything. It's serious. It's serious when you lose your kids, your children, your wife, your band, your job and you'll never understand why because you're an addict. You can't figure that out. Drugs took me down. Yes, it got us through the '70s. If it wasn't for Peruvian marching powder, we wouldn't have been able to do what we did. From the '70s to '79, we played every state except Alaska and Hawaii."