Porsha Williams claims a songwriter is so desperate for attention that he's accusing her of stealing his music but Porsha says she can prove the guy was totally into his tune being used on the show. On Sunday night's episode of "Real Housewives of Atlanta," Porsha sang a song called, "Perfectly Worthless" .and that's exactly how it sounded, according to Pierre Medor, the guy who wrote it. Porsha tells TMZ, Medor signed a waiver with Bravo for his appearance on "RHOA" and even sent a text message saying he LIKED hearing his song on the show.
Each hero has his own movies, but all fall under the blanket of The Avengers . According to Box Office Mojo , the Marvel Cinematic Universe is now officially the most successful franchise in film history! After The Winter Soldier 's blockbusting first week, Marvel's total box office gross is $2.47 billion! That officially puts it over Harry Potter , a close second with $2.39 billion, and Star Wars with $1.9 billion! But Marvel can keep putting out two or more big movies every year!
Demi Lovato is playing with her look yet again. The "Neon Lights" singer, who's been sporting bubblegum pink tresses for the past month, got in touch with her darker roots. Going brown, Lovato showed off her new 'do on Twitter, writing:Gonna give my hair a break, give my hair a break, gonna give my hair a break, my hair a break. Oh yeah, yeah. Though she changed up her hair, Lovato proved that she's still the same 'ol gal!
Grunge band Nirvana, flamboyant rockers KISS, country-rock singer Linda Ronstadt and chart-toppers Hall and Oates were among artists being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on Thursday, at a ceremony marked by expectations that many inductees will either not perform or show up at all. Ronstadt, who revealed last year that she is battling Parkinson's disease, will not attend, while neither KISS nor the surviving members of Nirvana -- founder Kurt Cobain committed suicide in 1994 aged 27 -- is expected to perform. That leaves only British singer-songwriters Peter Gabriel and Cat Stevens, and duo Hall and Oates as performing inductees, although Chris Martin, Glenn Frey, Michael Stipe, Questlove, Bruce Springsteen, Peter Asher and Tom Morello are set to appear -- though not necessarily perform.