Houston TelethonSet for Sept.Organizers Include Bun B, Manchester Concert Organizers 8/30/2017 9:24 AM PDT EXCLUSIVE Bun B and the people behind Ariana Grande‘s Manchester benefit concert have jumped on the Hurricane Harvey relief effort by organizing a massive telethon … TMZ has learned. Sources connected to the event tell us, Bun...

Watch out, world… Amanda Bynes is coming through! This week, the 31-year-old sat down for her first interview in FOUR years with The Lowdown‘sDiana Madison — during which she gave her fans an update on her life since becoming sober and announced her return to acting! Oh, and remember those cheek piercings she used to have? Well, she admits to being...

UsherSorry I Wasn’t in ManchesterIt Was a Big Day for My Son 6/5/2017 7:04 AM PDT Usher wasn’t at the One Love Manchester concert for two very good reasons — his son needed him and, more to the point, he wasn’t ever scheduled to perform at the concert. Usher says Sunday was his son’s first day at a camp for kids with...

Our hearts just break for Martyn Hett. The 29-year-old was one of 22 people killed in the Manchester bombing during Ariana Grande‘s concert on May...

Stars continue to rally around the victims of the Manchester bombing. Over the weekend, it was revealed that Harry Styles reached out to one of the victims recovering at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital following the attack at Ariana Grande‘s concert. It’s said the One Direction alum called 14-year-old Freya Lewis, who is currently in intensive...

On Saturday morning at Kensington Palace, Prince Harry hosted former U.S. President Barack Obama to discuss the deadly terror attack that took place in Manchester, England earlier this week. The former American leader reportedly offered his deep condolences tot he victims, according to officials at Kensington Palace. Related: This Teen’s Service Dog Was Included...

Just a couple weeks after a terrorist bombing at her initial concert in Manchester, Ariana Grande is heading back to the city for a benefit concert next Sunday. She mentioned this herself on Friday morning in a tweet, but now we know more about when it’ll take place, and who else might be involved. It won’t be held at the Manchester Arena, where the bombing...

Reaching out. After 22 people were killed on Monday due to a suicide bomber detonating an explosive device during Ariana Grande‘s concert at the Manchester Arena, the A-lister shared a brief statement where she revealed she was left feeling “broken.” Since then, the pop sensation has returned to the States and put her Dangerous Woman tour temporarily...

Hasn’t Ariana Grande been through enough?? As we previously reported, in the wake of the bombing at the Manchester Arena, Queen Elizabeth II surprised many of the young victims at the Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital in order to offer her support. While many people praised Her Majesty for her kind appearance, others took this as an opportunity to criticize...

This man is a hero! Paul Reid was picking up a friend from Ariana Grande‘s concert at Manchester Arena on Monday night when he heard the suicide bomber’s explosion and immediately ran to the scene. That’s where he found injured eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos on the ground having trouble breathing — so he stayed with her until medical professionals...

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