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Originally posted 01/12/2014 10:35PM
Play testcaption testcredit Share on Facebook Tweet Pin on Pinterest Share on Tumblr The Golden Globes are notorious for being a freewheeling affair – and Amy Poehler clearly took that to heart.
Originally posted 12/26/2013 10:00AM
The U2 frontman joined Irish songwriter Glen Hansard to belt a few songs for excited fans on the sidewalks of Dublin, Ireland. Bono and his merry band of scarfed guitarists sent Christmas spirits sky high with tunes like "I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday" and "O Come All Ye Faithful."
Originally posted 09/05/2013 11:40AM
It looks like U2's Adam Clayton has finally found the One.
The longtime bachelor bassist, 53, wed Brazilian model Mariana Teixeira de Carvalho in a simple ceremony in Dublin on Wednesday, he was "delighted to confirm" to PEOPLE via his rep.
The couple have been dating for four years and became engaged earlier this year when Clayton popped the question in Mariana's native Brazil during Carnival, according to BBC News.
Originally posted 05/22/2013 08:05AM
Water, water everywhere and not a drop to drink – or flush.
Olivia Wilde, Bono and Richard Branson are the latest stars to sign on in support of Matt Damon's toilet strike to raise awareness about the global water crisis – in a hilarious PSA.
"We won't go to the bathroom until everyone in the world has access to clean water and sanitation," the trio says.
Originally posted 12/15/2011 09:35AM
Tim Tebow has quickly become a superstar in the world of football. But who are the stars that he likes to watch?
The Denver Broncos quarterback reveals some of his favorite entertainers in a new interview with the New York Post.
His favorite actor? Will Smith. His favorite actress? Jennifer Aniston. His favorite band? Well, maybe that one's a little more complicated.
Originally posted 05/27/2011 06:00PM
She's already leaned on her close friend Oprah Winfrey for help, and now Maria Shriver is getting some unexpected support from yet another famous pal – Bono.
By coincidence, Shriver, 55, bumped into the U2 frontman, 51, on Thursday after lunching in Santa Monica.
"Maria lit up when she saw Bono," a source tells PEOPLE. "They hugged several times ... Bono acted very caring and even walked Maria to her car. They again embraced before a smiling Maria drove off."
Originally posted 05/20/2011 06:15PM
Bono must have taught his daughter Eve Hewson a thing or two about making an entrance.
The actress made her red-carpet debut at the Cannes Film Festival on Friday wearing a daring black and pink Chanel gown to the screening of her new film, This Must Be the Place.
Hewson is in good company starring alongside Sean Penn in her first big movie role. The film follows an aging rock star on his quest to find his father's persecutor, an ex-Nazi war criminal.
The 19-year-old previously made her acting debut in the indie film The 27 Club.
Originally posted 05/21/2010 12:50PM
U2 frontman Bono has been hospitalized after having surgery, the band said in a message posted online Friday.
"Bono has today undergone emergency back surgery for an injury sustained during tour preparation training," reads the message on U2.com. "He was admitted to a specialist neurosurgery unit in a Munich hospital, and is under the care of neurosurgeon Prof. Dr. Jorg Tonn and Dr. Muller Wohlfahrt. Bono will spend the next few days there, before returning home to recuperate."
It's unclear how the band’s tour will be affected by Bono's injury. "Once his condition has been assessed further, a statement will be made regarding the impact on forthcoming tour dates," says the message.
Originally posted 04/27/2009 06:55AM
Salma Hayek's Saturday wedding to French billionaire François-Henri at Venice's Teatro La Fenice opera house was a celebration worthy of its famous venue.
The music kicked in during the ceremony, when the 150 guests – among them Penélope Cruz, Javier Bardem, Ed Norton, Woody Harrelson, Charlize Theron, Stella McCartney and Ashley Judd – serenaded the couple with a Hawaiian-style version of the sentimental classic from The Wizard of Oz, "Over the Rainbow."
Later at the elegant reception, Hayek, Theron and Harrelson joined Bono and Damien Rice on stage for a rendition of something bouncy: "Stand By Me."
Originally posted 03/06/2009 01:20PM
U2 may be one of the most celebrated and honored bands of all time, but attending college is not among their list of accomplishments.
"We started a rock band to avoid college, now look where we ended up," the U2 lead singer joked to a roaring crowd of students, faculty and alumni early Friday morning at Fordham University.
Added drummer Larry Mullen Jr: "I'm so excited to be here. I'm so pleased for my dad because he's going to see this sometime soon and he's going to say, 'My son Larry finally made it to college.' "
The band performed at the Bronx campus for Good Morning America. The concert featured new and old favorites, from "Get On Your Boots" to "Beautiful Day" – and the band gave a special dedication to Fordham students.
"I'd like to think that Friday nights at Fordham inspired this next song," Bono said as he introduced "I'll Go Crazy If I Don't Go Crazy Tonight."
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