In February 2019, Maryada: Lekin Kab Tak? fame lead couple Ridhi Dogra and Raqesh Bapat announced their separation in real life after being married for 7 years. For the unversed, the duo had announced the news in a joint statement but did not reveal the reason for the same whilst requesting for some personal space. … [Read more...] about Ridhi Dogra Celebrates Friendship With Ex-Husband Raqesh Bapat In A Special Post!
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DA-dun-dun! Twenty years ago this October, a Louisiana-bred, not-quite 17-year-old Mickey Mouse Club vet named Britney Spears released her Swedish fireball of a debut single, “…Baby One More Time” – and the Nineties as we knew them were instantly over. On the latest episode of the Rolling Stone Music Now podcast, Rob Sheffield and Brittany Spanos join host Brian Hiatt to discuss all things Britney. To hear the episode, press play below or download and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify. … [Read more...] about Listen to Our Celebration of 20 Years of Britney’s ‘…Baby One More Time’
Law enforcement sources tell us they were called to the Marvel founder's L.A. home after a former bodyguard of Lee's showed up. We're told both Lee and his daughter asked Max Anderson -- a convicted felon -- to leave, and when he refused, they called police to intervene. … [Read more...] about ‘Black Panther’ Co-Creator Stan Lee in Face-Off with Ex-Bodyguard, Cops Called
Britney ends the album perfectly by making her explicit claim on the grand pop tradition, covering Sonny & Cher’s “The Beat Goes On.” Brit and Cher had a deep connection — she was just a little kid when she started belting “If I Could Turn Back Time” on the state-fair circuit. It began the tradition of Brit’s awesomely sacreligious cover versions, from the Stones’ “Satisfaction” (on her next album, changing “how white my shirts could be” to “how tight my skirt should be”) to Joan Jett’s “I Love Rock & Roll.” “The Beat Goes On” sums up everything Britney does on this album — inserting herself (and her audience) into the story of pop music. Like the song says, “History has turned the page.” La-di-da-di-di. La-di-da-di-da. The beat goes on. … [Read more...] about How Britney Spears Changed Pop With ‘Baby One More Time’
In 1961, an uncle working on the local set of an Elvis Presley movie, Follow That Dream, arranged for Petty and some family members to watch the filming and meet the star. “He’d met my aunt before,” Petty recalled. “She said, ‘Elvis, this is my nephew and my niece.’ He said, ‘Hi, how are you?’ Then he went to his trailer.” In that moment, Petty claimed, Presley “made my life.” Aside from a few odd jobs in his youth – in a Gainesville musical-instrument store, as a groundskeeper at the University of Florida, short stints in a barbecue restaurant and a funeral home – Petty only played, wrote and recorded music for a living, until his death. … [Read more...] about Remembering Tom Petty, 1950-2017