by Hilton Hater at

Look out, Kate Middleton. Taylor Swift has formally met your man.

The 23-year-old artist actually met Prince William yesterday at the Kensington Palace in London, as Swift was in town for the Centrepoint Winter Whites Gala.

That's not all. The two later collaborated musically. We kid not!

Taylor Swift and Prince William

The highlight of the event? Jon Bon Jovi taking to the stage with his guitar, flanked by Swift and William, for an acoustic version of "Livin on a Prayer."

And Taylor took the stage and joined in! And then so did Prince William! Talk about an unexpected musical threesome - one as legendary as it was surprising.

Watch the performance you'll likely never, ever see again:

Continue Reading...

Tags: , , ,

by Free Britney at

Richie Sambora, a founding member of Bon Jovi, has been fired from the group's tour and been replaced on lead guitar, according to a new report.

Sambora was canned and replaced on lead guitar by Philip "Phil X" Xenidis, and the alleged reason for the move is a simple, time-honored one:

Cash.

Sambora, who's been in the band for 30 years, gets $2 million a month plus 20 percent of profits. Xenidis makes $10,000 a month, with no profit share.

That's a lot of extra cash to spread among the other four members, but did he really get the boot from the legendary rock band for that reason alone?

Continue Reading...

Tags: , ,

by Free Britney at

Kristen Stewart introduced Jon Bon Jovi at the 12-12-12 Concert For Sandy Relief, and the New Jersey rocker proceeded to bring the house down at MSG.

On the road doing press for On the Road, Stewart made a surprise appearance in New York to make a plea for donations to the ongoing relief efforts.

"She flew in from California just to be here tonight because she wanted to help out," Master of Ceremonies Billy Crystal told the sellout crowd Wednesday.

"She got here in three seconds because that's what vampires do when they fly at night, they go very fast. Please welcome, a fantastic young actress, Kristen Stewart!"

Continue Reading...

Tags: , ,