Jewel tried to save Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh after a harrowing visit to his Park City mansion where she found him emaciated and surrounded by nitrous oxide canisters, new bio says
The singer visited his mansion in August 2020, where she reportedly found it covered in dog feces and candle wax from hundreds of burning candles.news.yahoo.com
Indian soldier goes viral for his ‘keen' introduction to a Chinese soldier
A video of a Chinese and Indian soldiers introducing themselves to one another is making rounds on social media. Chinese soldier asks the indian officer, what’s your name? According to Hindustan Times, the name “Keen Kumar” is traditionally used as a nickname to conceal one’s identity.news.yahoo.com
Woman claims surgery is needed after her dog was attacked outside grooming business
PLANTATION, Fla. – A dog attack that took place in Broward County is under investigation. It happened in the parking lot of a Plantation dog grooming business along West Broward Boulevard. The woman who owns that little dog told Local 10 News it now needs surgery. “This little dog is just so special,” said owner Diane Moshe. “She had puncture wounds, three puncture wounds on her body, and they shook her.
New box set has trove of rare, unreleased Elton John songs
LOS ANGELES – Elton John is opening up his vault and releasing an expansive collection of rarely heard and unreleased tracks. John announced Thursday that the eight-CD collection, “Elton: Jewel Box," will be released on Nov. 13. The collection includes “Sing Me No Sad Songs,” an unreleased studio demo from 1969. The “Jewel Box” collection includes 148 songs, 60 of them unreleased, that span recordings from 1965 to 2019 and his early collaborations with songwriter Bernie Taupin. The songs just poured out of us, and the bands were just unbelievable in the studio,” John said in a statement.
Country star Jewel getting a divorce; Lindsay Lohan files suit
Country star Jewel getting a divorce; Lindsay Lohan files suit Jewel is divorcing her husband of six years. Also, Lindsay Lohan is suing a video game company. Suzanne Marques reports from Los Angeles in this Eye on Entertainment.cbsnews.com