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Every year, it seems, another act announces that it's starting their own fan cruise, but the Backstreet Boys have been doing it -- very successfully -- for several years now. This year's installment gets underway on Friday, and as usual, the guys have a lot of great activities planned for their fans. According to Backstreet's Nick Carter, that the key to a successful fan cruise.
Taylor Swift appeared on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! Thursday to plug her new album, 1989, and perform two songs at an outdoor stage in front of nearly 15 thousand fans who lined Hollywood Boulevard outside Kimmel’s studio.
(NEW YORK) -- Jack Bruce, bass player for legendary supergroup Cream, has died. He was 71.
(NEW YORK) -- Olivia Munn is one lucky woman.
(NEW YORK) -- The Real Housewives of New Jersey star Teresa Giudice and her husband Joe have both been sentenced to months in federal prison for tax fraud. So it may come as no surprise that Us Weekly reports their marriage is on the rocks.
(LOS ANGELES) -- Andrew Garfield has been tight-lipped about dating his Amazing Spider-Man co-star Emma Stone, and while he understands people's interest in the personal lives of celebrities, he says the details of their relationship will stay private.
(NEWARK, N.J.) -- Airport officials are poorly handling health care workers returning from Africa, says a nurse who was placed in quarantine at a New Jersey airport and tested negative for Ebola on Saturday.
(SACRAMENTO, Calif.) -- The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department confirmed that both suspects in the shooting that left two officers dead and an officer and a bystander injured.
(AURORA, Colo.) -- A district court judge on Friday denied a request by the defense lawyers for James Holmes, the movie theater shooter, requesting an extension to the Oct. 29 deadline to file motions related to his second Court-ordered sanity examination.
(NEW YORK) -- The family of Morgan Dixon, the fiancée of the New York doctor who tested positive for Ebola, said in a statement Saturday that they are confident in the medical care he's receiving.
(MARYSVILLE, Wash.) -- A cafeteria worker tried stopping a freshman homecoming prince who opened fire inside his Washington state high school, killing one person and injuring four others - including two of his relatives - before shooting himself.