This week, Paul McCartney stood in for Kurt Cobain to front a semi-reunited Nirvana at the 12-12-12 Hurricane Sandy benefit concert (and later on Saturday Night Live), and there were touching tributes to the Newtown shooting victims from SNL and The Voice. The cast of Downton Abbey acted out scenes from Breaking Bad, we met the most easily scared man in the world and/or Norway, and Anne Hathaway and Samuel L. Jackson had a "sad-off" about their upcoming movies: Les Miserables and Django Unchained, respectively.
Check out those videos and more below.
Jersey boy Bruce Springsteen and his E Street Band got 12.12.12: The Concert for Sandy Relief off to a rollicking start Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden with a poignant opening set that included "Land of Hopes and Dreams," "Wrecking Ball" and "My City of Ruins."
The concert donated 100 percent of its proceeds to the Robin Hood Relief Fund, a large-scale relief effort launched specifically to aid people in the tri-state area whose lives were impacted by Hurricane Sandy. The concert was telecast commercial-free on 37 television networks in the U.S., as well as on radio stations and streaming sites around the country and...
Apparently Twitter hasn't gotten the message quite yet.
Courtney Love reached out to estranged daughter Frances Bean Cobain Saturday again on Twitter, and apologized for saying that Dave Grohl hit on the 19-year-old. "Bean, sorry I believed the gossip," Love tweeted. "Mommy...
Frances Bean Cobain, the daughter of Courtney Love and late Nirvana singer Kurt Cobain, is denying her mother's Twitter rant that claims Dave Grohl hit on her and is calling for the site to ban the Hole singer.
On Tuesday, Love tweeted from her private account: "I hear from frannies roomate that @DaveGrohl hit on frances and that she was curious, I'm not mad at her, him I am about to shoot dead." (Gawker posted a screenshot here.)