Most rock bands are content to just make music. But Bruce Springsteen, the bard of New Jersey, makes statements of intense recognition and empathy for the blue-collar folk who fork over as much as half of their weekly salaries to watch him and his indelible E Street Band perform the songs that mirror their lives of struggle and strife. It is those loyal fans the "Boss" directly addresses via a new album and documentary titled simply "Letter to You." And it is indeed a heartfelt missive set to muscle and brawn of tunes baring his soul and addressing his growing awareness that the best things in life are finite.
Louis Tomlinson has sold his Hollywood Hills mansion for a loss, four years after he purchased it, and a year after he first put it on sale.
Rose Leslie gave her husband Kit Harington an “awful” haircut during lockdown, as she was distracted by a FaceTime call with her friend when she "dug too deep" with the shears.
Michelle Heaton has reached out to Sarah Harding following her cancer diagnosis, after Michelle had a double preventative mastectomy in 2012.
Reese Witherspoon says her ‘Legally Blonde’ character has “inspired” her to “always be an advocate” for herself and others, as she hosted a virtual reunion for her and her co-stars.
'The Wedding Planner' actor Matthew McConaughey rejected a $14.5 million movie offer after deciding to move on from rom-com roles.
Gwen Stefani and Blake Shelton have already celebrated Thanksgiving a month early, because the coronavirus pandemic means they've had to "switch around" their schedules.
Lewis Hamilton has unveiled eight sexy songs that will appear on his debut album, which talk about drinking too much, sleeping with women and pulling on a night out.
Tori Spelling says growing up “under a microscope” made her develop “low self-confidence”, as she claims she was mocked as a teenager for the shape of her eyes.
Billie Piper “got completely hammered for three years” during her marriage to Chris Evans - whom she married in 2001 - as she insists they had a “very loving relationship”.
Emma Roberts blocked her mother on Instagram after she accidentally confirmed her pregnancy, as Emma joked that buying her mom an iPhone was "the worst" decision.
Movies about stand-up comics haven't exactly flooded the market or even become known as a genre, but they do pop up now and then. Joaquin Phoenix played a guy who wanted to be one in "Joker." Adam Sandler took Seth Rogen under his wing to make him a better one in "Funny People." Tom Hanks and Sally Field were both looking for the big break on the stand-up stage in "Punchline."
Ozzy Osbourne says his barrage of health problems have been caused by a cursed doll named Robert, after he blew up a replica of the doll on a TV show.
Michelle Keegan’s dog had to be rushed to a vet after accidentally eating raisins, as the actress issued a stark warning to other dog owners about the dangers of the dried grape snack.
Naomi Campbell has enjoyed being on her own during lockdown, as she praised her late grandmother for teaching her the vital skills she needed to survive on her own.