Liam Hemsworth reveals brother Chris' generosity to family


- When talking about how fame has changed his and his family's life, he tells the reporter about how Chris surprised his parents by paying off all their debts. He says that Chris rang up his dad and told him to check his bank account. Here's his quote on his father's reaction:

"He called my brother Chris back and said: 'I don't know how to feel. Since I left home I have had debts and I thought I'd be paying them off until I died and have this weight hanging over me, and now to have them completely cleared.' They are so happy now and able to spend more time with us, I would love to be able to do something for my parents like that."

- Liam also talks about his role in The Dressmaker, working with Kate Winslet, and feeling like an outsider.

For more, check out the full interview at the BANNED SOURCE.


Let's get in the holiday spirit - what's your favorite philanthropic fantasy, ONTD?

Jesus Christ Chasez and Joey Fatone remain class acts over Adele's record

Most talented boy band member by far, Jesus Christ Chasez told Billboard: "Records were made to be broken. It was a flattering luxury knowing we sold more records than anyone in a week but it's also nice seeing people continue to be passionate about music in the next generations. Adele proves that emotion and art are alive and well in music today."

-Joey told Billboard that he helped beat his own group's record by buying the album: "Records are always meant to be broken, but with technology and current music business model, I thought this one would be tough to beat. In all honesty, Adele is the truth -- kinda excited a rare talent like hers is in the same breath as our group. I'm a huge fan....I even bought the damn album."

-As you know from the previous post, Lance posted to his own and the group's twitter with the "Bye, Bye, Bye" pun

-Chris has also RT'd the tweet about the record being broken

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Meanwhile, the ramen seethes and has said nothing.
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Soap Opera Legend David Canary Has Died

According to reports former All My Children and Bonanza actor Daivd Canary has died last week at age 77. Mr. Canary was perhaps best known for brilliantly playing twins Adam & Stuart Chandler on All My Children from 1983 to the show's needless cancellation in 2011 and then again on a failed online relaunch of AMC in 2013.

Various former co-stars such as Sarah Michelle Gellar and TV daughter Kelly Ripa have left tributes to the late actor on Twitter.

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1D Will Go On The Late Late Show with James Corden Dec 3rd + Other Updates

-1D will return to Corden and have an entire show with just them. (Yay)
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Adele on NPR: 'Reaction's been ridiculous. I'm pretty overwhelmed'

Some highlights:

You've outsold Britney, though! I hate to break it to you.
Britney is the queen.

- 25 is going to be the last album named after an age
- Doesn't listen to her music, just heard 19 and 21 after finishing 25
- Feels like her stage fright is getting worse
- Most of her fans who meet her are quite relaxed


Humble queen! You can hear and read the full transcript @ the source

*N Sync Congratulate Adele for shattering their record

We officially say Bye Bye Bye as @Adele says Hello to the Record: Most Albums Sold In a Single Week Congrats!

Gaga & Mark Ronson team up for LG5

Lady Gaga is working on new music with Mark Ronson, according to Lily Allen!

The British pop star spilled the info at the 2015 British Fashion Awards red carpet. "I was meant to be in the studio with Mark Ronson tomorrow and he cancelled on me because Gaga's here," Allen revealed, adding: "I'm just going to turn up anyway, and be like, 'Hi Gaga!'"

Gaga and Ronson have known each other for years and back in 2010, she inspired the young producer to sing on his records. "I was recording the vocal on her song for Wale, and we were talking, and she was like, 'Have you ever taken singing lessons?', and I said no," Ronson recalled. "And she said, 'Well, you should try, you never know.' And so I did and I went to see her vocal coach. So, if it's really horrible, you can blame Lady Gaga for it."

Mark Ronson is known for his work with Robbie Williams, Christina Aguilera, Adele, Lily Allen, Paul McCartney and many others. He also produced several tracks on Amy Winehouse's hit album Back to Black, including "Rehab," for which he won a Grammy for "Record of the Year." Ronson scored his first number one single last year, when his track "Uptown Funk" featuring Bruno Mars was released to widespread critical and commercial success.

YASSS produce that electronic funk HIT