Selena Gomez Cries During Concert: Star Who’s Had The Biggest Onstage Breakdown?
Mayor Albert Kellys next community meeting on crime will be about solutions. Not problems. The problems were all documented on Tuesday and Thursday night at both the DeEdwin Hursey Center and the Marino Center. One covered the south side and the other HOPE VI. Kelly said he knows who the leaders are to call together for solutions. He doesnt have to call the police department because it was at both meetings in the person of Capt. Mike Gaimari. He doesnt have to call the prosecutors office because Jennifer Webb-McRae was at the first meeting and Chief of Investigators Richard Necelis was at both. Also there were Pastor Albert Morgan, Pastor/Councilman Dennis Thompson, Councilman Jack Surrency, Council President Gladys Lugardo-Hemple and the residents. And all count em all, especially the ones who talked so emotional, must be part of it. Now we need to invite to the private solutions discussion Dr. Thomasina Jones, Sherman Denby, Sgt. George Linen, E.
Concert review: Drake takes it to the top
A bunch of dates got pushed back and the happy result is that Pittsburgh got its second tour premiere in a week Friday night at Consol Energy Center (last Friday, Pearl Jam, very different audience). In Drake’s mind — like in every rapper’s mind — he’s the biggest MC in the game, and he also has some numbers to back it up. When “Nothing Was the Same” debuted last month, the Toronto rapper had a bigger opening week than both Kanye and Jay-Z. Speak of the devils, this is a rare city where their Watch the Throne show didn’t sell out — and neither did this one, as some of the top sections were curtained off. The word going in, from someone who knows, a high school senior, was “there will be a lot of girls there.” Just about 80 percent or so. That’s how Drake rolls — he’s a romantic so in touch with his feelings you might need tissues. Drake does lonely with the best of them. But that’s only half the story on the triumphant Would You Like a Tour? Tour. Drake comes at you with some energy, too, so this was no downbeat affair, not by a long shot. Drake’s stage had a clean futuristic design with the DJs in a lighted tilted circle with another one above shooting down lights, and a giant curved screen behind for atmospheric footage. He hit that stage with “Tuscan Leather,” Headlines” and “Crew Love,” running around like a power forward. “I know that we’ve shared moments before,” he told the crowd.
REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES – Tags: ENTERTAINMENT PROFILE) (AMA-ARRIVALS) Next Slide Previous Slide Why so sad, Selena? Selena Gomez got pretty emotional during her concert in Brooklyn on Wednesday, and shed more than a few tears while singing her ballad “Love Will Remember,” which is rumored to be about ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber. SODAHEAD SLIDESHOW: Biggest onstage meltdowns The 21-year-old singer has mentioned before how personal that song is to her. Earlier this year, she told InStyle magazine: “Obviously, ‘Love Will Remember’ is a personal song to me and I don’t really need to say anything,” she told the mag. “I think my fans will get it. I think people will figure it out themselves … I’m sure he’ll like it too.” Gomez was teary throughout the entire song, but she had a particularly tough time getting through the lyrics, “We used to be inseparable, I used to think that I was irreplaceable.” Breakups sure are tough, but did Selena have one of the biggest breakdowns on stage? How about last year when Billie Joe Armstrong freaked out at the iHeartRadio music festival because he only had one minute left to play? Or the time Kanye West broke down onstage while singing “Hey Mama,” a song about his late mother? There are tons of musical meltdowns worth noting. But which star’s had the biggest onstage breakdown to date?