*Chris Brown slipped and fell during a concert in Indianapolis Sunday, footage of which flooded YouTube from the various camera phones that captured the moment.
The singer was walking down an angled platform on stage while performing his dance track “Beautiful People” when he lost his footing and landed on his butt. He slid down the platform but managed to land on his feet. Still, it was impossible to play it off and act like it didn’t happen.
Addressing the crowd, he said, “I know y’all seen me bust my ass! It’s because I love y’all!”
Nyasha Matonhodze, 16, new face for Louis Vuitton's Fall campaign.
*The fashion world is being taken by storm by a new face out of Britain by way of Zimbabwe.
The fresh new face may be taking over – or at least landing side by side – with the likes of Naomi Campbell. Campbell, by the way, seems like she should be heading toward retirement, but she still looks as good as ever! (more…)
*Exactly one week after singing the wrong lyrics to the National Anthem at the Super Bowl, Christina Aguilera made headlines again for an unfortunate mishap before a live national audience.
The singer didn’t flub any lyrics during her Aretha Franklin tribute at Sunday’s Grammys. She did, however, slip and fall as the routine came to a close.
Aguilera, 30, earned a standing ovation for her rendition of “Natural Woman” and other Queen of Soul classics during the all-star tribute, which also included Jennifer Hudson, Yolanda Adams, Martina McBride and Florence Welch of Florence + the Machine.
Unfortunately, as Aguilera and the ladies took their bow, Aguilera almost took a tumble.
*The runway is where models are supposed to be comfortable, but this young lady got a little off her mark on her way down the lane. Designer Zac Posen was debuting his 2011 Spring line Saturday when all hell broke loose. (more…)
*Gary Coleman remains in critical condition today at a Provo, Utah hospital after reportedly hitting his head after a fall.
The actor’s brother-in-law told TMZ.com that the actor was admitted to the intensive care unit at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center after suffering a head injury. However, his manager and the hospital have yet to reveal the cause of his urgent care.
“I can confirm Mr. Coleman is a patient here at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center,” hospital spokeswoman Janet Frank tells People.com. “He’s listed in critical condition. He was admitted Wednesday. We are not confirming what department he’s in or any further details.”
The star’s manager told E! News, “We’re just getting bits and pieces right now, so there’s really nothing to report.”
The “Diff’rent Strokes” star, 42, was hospitalized after suffering a seizure on the set of “The Insider” in February, and was hospitalized in January as well.