Axl Rose sued for $2 million; Donny Osmond is publicly outraged
By Ally Schweitzer
- Axl Rose faces charges from a major music management company that claims the Guns 'n' Roses singer owes them $1.9 million in unpaid fees. Front Line Management, founded by Live Nation's executive director Irving Azoff, says Rose owes the company commissions for over $12 million he earned from overseas performances.
- Donny Osmond has openly admonished Lady Gaga and Beyonce for their "Telephone" music video, which Osmond calls "explicit" due do its "profanity," (check), "sexual exploitation" (check), "nudity, and graphic violence" (check and check). "I wouldn't want my child to watch this video," said Osmond in a statement. Parents: for a wholesome alternative to the "Telephone" video, simply point your browsers to this delightful Osmonds appearance on the Flip Wilson show in 1971.
March 26, 2010; 8:23 AM ET
Categories: Morning click | Tags: Axl Rose, Beyonce, Donny Osmond, Lady Gaga
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