Celine Dion was brought to tears on stage in Las Vegas earlier this week, sharing an emotional speech with her audience that paid tribute to the victims of the horrific attack on Sunday night. The Canadian-born singer says she questioned stepping onto the stage only two days after the “nightmare,” but as many of her fans know, for Dion, the show must go on. She also shared that all the proceeds from Tuesday night’s show would be going directly to the families of those affected by the horrific attack, on behalf of the audience. Read more here.
Former “Glee” star Mark Salling has agreed to plead guilty to possession of child pornography, agreeing to serve four to seven years in prison. The former actor was indicted on two counts of child pornography last year after police found more than 50,000 images on a seized laptop. As part of the deal, Salling must also register as a sex offender and participate in psychological counselling and/or a sex offender treatment program. The ultimate decision on sentencing will be left up to the judge. Read more here.
Winona Ryder was only 16 when “Beetlejuice” was released, and the success of the supernatural comedy soon made her a household name. And while the role of dark-souled Lydia Deetz wound up being great for her career, Ryder revealed recently that it had the exact opposite effect on her popularity in high school. “I remember thinking, ‘Ooh, [‘Beetlejuice’] is like the #1 movie,” Ryder reveals in a cover-story interview with Marie Claire UK. “‘This is going to make things great at school.’ But it made things worse. They called me a witch.” Find the details here.