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Originally posted 12/15/2013 01:00PM
John Goodman hosted Saturday Night Live this weekend – and he dressed up as Dog the Bounty Hunter and attempted to squeeze into a pair of jeggings.
Which was more scarring? Who can say.
The cold open nicely skewered the Mandela funeral's errant sign language interpreter and saw German Chancellor Angela Merkel begging President Barack Obama for a selfie.
Originally posted 02/09/2013 11:00AM
Drummer Nathan Followill introduces his and Jessie Baylin's 6-week-old daughter Violet Marlowe
Originally posted 12/27/2012 12:05PM
The rocker and wife Jessie Baylin welcomed daughter Violet Marlowe on Wednesday, his rep tells PEOPLE
Originally posted 09/29/2012 07:15PM
The last King is taken!
Kings of Leon bassist Jared Followill, 25, wed girlfriend Martha Patterson, 21, on Saturday, a rep for the band confirms to PEOPLE.
The couple, who got engaged in April, tied the knot in an outdoor ceremony in Charlotte, Tenn. They then celebrated with friends and family in a rustic house on the grounds.
Originally posted 05/02/2012 02:25PM
This king has finally found his queen.
Jared Followill is engaged to marry Martha Patterson, his band's rep confirms to PEOPLE.
The Kings of Leon bassist, 25, popped the question to the model, 21, on April 11 in Nashville, the rep tells PEOPLE.
Followill and Patterson began dating in January. He was previously linked to Twilight star Ashley Greene.
Originally posted 04/20/2012 10:50AM
Some of the biggest names in music are honoring one of the biggest legends.
After Levon Helm, the drummer for The Band, died Thursday at 71, Sheryl Crow took to Twitter to express her condolences.
"My heart [is] heavy with sad news of Levon Helm's passing," she wrote. "My thoughts and prayers are with Levon's family."
Also Tweeting about the late Helm, who had cancer: Maroon 5 frontman and The Voice coach Adam Levine.
Originally posted 08/15/2011 05:00PM
It's no secret that Nathan Followill can play a mean set of drums, but the Kings of Leon musician also puts his hands to work in the kitchen.
Tweeting photos of a home-cooked seafood dinner, Followill boasted about his "lobster flown in from Maine," accompanied with "beer on ice."
"It's gonna be a good night," he continued. "Dear bastard mosquitoes, stay away from my flesh."
Originally posted 08/12/2011 01:00PM
Music fans were shocked when Kings of Leon abruptly abandoned a concert after 11 songs and canceled their U.S. tour, citing "vocal issues and exhaustion" while alluding to mysterious internal sicknesses within the band.
But just a few hours earlier, PEOPLE had sat down with the Grammy-winning band for its last interview before the meltdown and found that dysfunction has long been a part of their deep bond and success – and what hasn’t killed them has made them stronger.
A new documentary, Talihina Sky: The Story of Kings of Leon, which airs Aug. 21 on Showtime, also offers a no-holds-barred look at what lead singer Caleb Followill, 29, tells PEOPLE is "the good, the bad and the ugly," from their drunken fights and drug use to emotional revelations about drummer Nathan, Caleb and bassist Jared’s humble beginnings traveling from church to church with their Pentecostal preacher father (their cousin, guitarist Matthew was raised in the same faith in Mississippi).
Originally posted 08/01/2011 03:45PM
Following a Friday night show of "sicknesses & problems" for Kings of Leon, the rockers have canceled their North American tour.
"We are so sorry to say ... [cancellation is] due to Caleb Followill suffering from vocal issues and exhaustion," a rep for the group said Monday in a statement. "The band is devastated, but in order to give their fans the shows they deserve, they need to take this break."
Unfortunately, those who purchased tickets for any of the upcoming shows won't be able to attend rescheduled performances because of the band's international tour schedule. But their purchases via online or phone will be automatically refunded.
Originally posted 08/01/2011 12:30PM
The Kings of Leon got less than a royal response this weekend after frontman Caleb Followill cut short their Dallas concert Friday night.
About four songs into the 11 they performed, Caleb Followill started complaining about losing his voice. He told the crowd he was feeling ill, saying, "If you guys would please help me sing, I'd love it." About 50 minutes in, the rocker, 29, said he needed a break. "I'm gonna go backstage for a second and I'm gonna vomit," he told the audience at the Gexa Energy Pavilion. "I'm gonna drink a beer and I'm gonna come back out and I'm gonna play three more songs."
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