If you haven't heard of the ALS "Ice Bucket Challenge" yet, you've probably been offline for the last week or so. Hello, here to fill you in! The challenge is meant to help raise awareness, and donations, for ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig's Disease. To participate, you are supposed to videotape yourself while pouring a bucket of ice water on your head, then nominate your friends to take the challenge. Recently, more and more celebrities have been participating and nominating their celebrity friends. It's been raising a lot of awareness, as well as creating a lot of hot men in wet t-shirts.
Draco Malfoy (I'm sorry, Tom Felton)
Nominated: Ron Weasley (okay, sorry again, Rupter Grint), Josh Gordon, and Paul Hodge
Nominated: His 3rd grade teacher Don Padget, his first acting coach in New York Bob Luke, and his teacher Pat Jackson.
Nominated: Tilda Swinton, Octavia Spencer, Jamie Bell, Frank Grillo, Anthony Mackie, and Sebastian Stan
Nominated: Irving Azoff, Kanye West, and Susan Sarandon
Nominated: Prince Harry
Nominated: Sophia Smith, Pharrell Williams, John C. Reilly, and Will Ferrell
Nominated: Cub Swanson, Peter Tunney, and Olivia Culpo
Nominated: Nick Jonas, Alex Pettyfer, Nelly, Alanna Masterson, and Diplo
Nominated: Guy Pearce, Mia Wasikowska, and Marilyn Manson
Nominated: Robert Pattinson, Matthew McConaughey, and Eric The Actor
Nominated: Woody Harrelson, Josh Hutcherson, and Matt Niven
Eddie Redmayne & Jamie Dornan
Eddie Nominated: Sally Light and Jamie Dornan
Jamie Nominated: Andrew Garfield
Nominated: Jeremy Renner, Chris Evans, and Mark Ruffalo
Robert Downey Jr.
Nominated: Chris Hemsworth and Vincent D'Onofrio
Nominated: Louis Tomlinson, John Terry, and Novak Djokovic
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Nominated: Gregory Smith, Nick Offerman, and Dave Bautista
Nominated: Benedict Cumberbatch and Luke Evans
Nominated: John Green, Nat Wolff, and Dylan O'Brien
Nominated: Joe Maganiello
Nomiated: Jimmy Fallon, Steve Higgns, and The Roots
Nominated: Mark Wahlberg, Channing Tatum, and Brad Slater
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Rocker Jon Bon Jovi performed a private gig for U.S. sports agent Casey Wasserman as a special birthday surprise on Saturday (28Jun14). The Livin' on a Prayer hitmaker attended Wasserman's 40th birthday bash in Beverly Hills, California and performed several songs as a gift to his pal, according to New York Post gossip column Page Six.
Other guests at the party included music moguls Irving Azoff and Michael Rapino, actress Lori Loughlin, and film producer Jeffrey Katzenberg.
The Eagles' current world tour has proved a huge success after raking in more than $145 million (£85.2 million) in just 12 months. The Hotel California legends hit the road on their History of the Eagles trek last July (13), performing across North America and Europe.
Their manager, Irving Azoff, has now revealed the shows pulled in massive profits as the band played to more than 1.1 million fans around the globe.
A statement from the music mogul reads, "More than a million worldwide fans attending Eagles concerts the past 12 months is a testament to the band's ongoing legacy, stature and songs, that not only stand the test time, but have become anthems for several generations.
"The band is releasing this touring data information so that those who follow the concert industry have accurate year over year perspective and not arbitrarily bifurcate the highly attended summer concert season as some charts do."
The tour will head back to the U.S. on 25 August (14) before landing in Australasia next year (15).
New mum Gwen Stefani and her band No Doubt have been given a huge career boost after signing a management deal with revered music mogul Irving Azoff.
The group recently parted ways with Jim Guerinot's Rebel Waltz Management, after almost 16 years, and, according to Billboard, No Doubt have been snapped up by Azoff's company, which also boasts the Eagles, Christina Aguilera, Steely Dan and Van Halen, among its impressive roster.
Ironically, Stefani will replace Aguilera on the seventh season of U.S. TV singing competition series The Voice later this year (14).
Singer Gwen Stefani has parted ways with her manager of 16 years. The No Doubt frontwoman had been signed to Jim Guerinot's Rebel Waltz Management firm since 1998, but she recently decided to end their professional relationship.
She has yet to officially hire a replacement, but has been aligning herself with media mogul Irving Azoff, who has been playing a big role in convincing Stefani to temporarily replace his pregnant client Christina Aguilera as a judge and mentor on the next season of U.S. reality show The Voice.
Stefani had reportedly been mulling a deal to join the panel of another new talent show, Rising Star, before Azoff suggested she take on The Voice. A deal has yet to be announced, but she is expected to join Pharrell Williams, Adam Levine and Blake Shelton when the new line-up for season seven is unveiled in the coming weeks.
The show is due to begin filming in June (14).
TV presenter Chelsea Handler has decided to end her talk show, Chelsea Lately, after seven years on the air. The comedienne has fronted her own late night chat series on America's E! Network since 2007, but will not renew her contract for additional seasons.
Her manager Irving Azoff confirms the departure in a statement which reads: "Chelsea intends to leave when her contract expires. She hired me to figure out her life after E! We have at least seven suitors and many ideas."
He adds that Handler is open to the possibility of hosting her own radio show or another TV talk show.
In addition to Chelsea Lately, Handler has written four best-selling memoirs and acted in several TV shows and films, including 2012's This Means War with her friend Reese Witherspoon.
Michael Jackson and Barbra Streisand's former manager Sandy Gallin and his partner Bryan Fox exchanged vows in New York last week (ends14Feb14). The 73-year-old music mogul-turned-home designer and 34-year-old Fox were planning their nuptials with a lawyer when the couple decided to wed there and then.
The newlyweds have been together for five years and actor Fox was by Gallin's side as he battled multiple myeloma recently, according to the New York Post.
Gallin has recently designed homes for Jeffrey Katzenberg and fellow music moguls Jimmy Iovine and Irving Azoff.
Kardashian and basketball star Odom exchanged vows during a lavish ceremony at music mogul Irving Azoff's Hollywood estate on Sunday (27Sep09), but media reports that emerged on Tuesday (29Sep09) suggested the newlyweds aren't legally bound until they agree to the terms of the financial contract.
However, a representative for the socialite-turned-reality TV star insists the speculation is false, confirming, "They are legally married."
A spokesperson for Odom adds, "Yes, Lamar and Khloe are officially married."
Kardashian and basketball star Odom exchanged vows during a lavish ceremony at music mogul Irving Azoff's Hollywood estate on Sunday (27Sep09), but the newlyweds have to wait until they can legally become husband and wife.
The TV star signed a $250,000 (£167,000) contract allowing OK! magazine to feature the nuptials in an exclusive spread.
However, reports suggest the couple are at a stalemate over the terms of a prenuptial agreement, which Odom has demanded.
According to TMZ.com, the pair has hired two high-powered family law attorneys to handle negotiations, which began on Friday (25Sep09).
The socialite-turned-reality TV star married basketball ace Lamar Odom on Sunday (27Sep09) at Irving Azoff's Hollywood home, turning the quiet neighbourhood into a hotbed of paparazzi and news helicopters.
But OK! magazine editors were furious when paparazzi snaps of the bride in her wedding dress emerged, and they were forced to spend an extra $50,000 (£34,000) to buy the shots off the market, according to the New York Post's gossip column PageSix.
Kardashian signed a $250,000 (£167,000) contract allowing the magazine to feature the nuptials in an exclusive spread.
A guest tells the publication, "There were so many helicopters overhead, you couldn't hear the vows. The Kardashian family had assured OK! the ceremony would be at a secluded location, but in the end it was a circus."