Dee Snider took on this week’s ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ car-selling challenge and an angry Incredible Hulk without fear last night, despite wearing an extremely awkward and uncomfortable looking cast on one hand.
Since her ex-husband Eddie Van Halen so far isn’t doing any interviews in support of his band’s new album and tour, Valerie Bertinelli called into WRIF Detroit’s Drew and Mike show to talk about how the band, and specifically their son Wolfgang, is doing out on the road.
Chickenfoot and Red Hot Chili Peppers drummer Chad Smith seems to have checked out one of Van Halen‘s two Madison Square Garden shows in New York City last week, and as you can see from this photo, he was welcomed with open arms by the Van Halen clan.
OK we now know the No. 1 challenge involved in keeping Van Halen‘s reunion together. Each and every day, David Lee Roth has to resist the urge to make fun of what is apparently Eddie Van Halen’s tiny pomeranian dog, Kody.
Dee Snider was forced to sit out of most of the storefront window-dressing fun on ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ tonight (March 3) due to the broken finger he suffered on last week’s episode, but he still managed to make his presence and sense of humor felt.
An Eagles spokesperson has responded to an implication by R&B singer Frank Ocean that the band’s organization was somehow “intimidated” by Ocean’s unauthorized reworking of the group’s 1976 classic song ‘Hotel California’ with an extremely direct statement clarifying the band’s side of this issue.
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