ABC/Randy Holmes(KANSAS CITY, Mo.) -- Miley Cyrus cancelled her North Carolina concert last week due to the flu. Now, the singer's in the hospital, and her show Tuesday night in Kansas City has been called off.
A statement posted on the website of the Sprint Center in Kansas City reads, "Miley Cyrus' 'Bangerz' tour date scheduled for Tuesday night, April 15, at Sprint Center in Kansas City has been cancelled. Cyrus has been hospitalized for a severe allergic reaction to antibiotics and has been placed on medical rest by her doctors. She will not be able to perform as scheduled."
The statement goes on say that refunds will be available at the point of purchase; tickets purchased online or by phone will be refunded automatically.
Shortly after the cancellation was announced, Miley tweeted, "Kansas I promise Im as [symbol of a heart breaking] as you are. I wanted so badly 2 b there 2night. [symbol of a cat crying] Not being with yall makes me feel shi**ier than I already do."
Kevin Winter/BET/Getty Images for BET(LOS ANGELES) -- Brandy Norwood is back on the market.
The singer and her music exec fiancé, Ryan Press, split before the singer's 35th birthday in February, her rep confirmed to ABC News.
"They are both taking a step back actually. That’s what they both wanted to do," the rep said. "They’re friends and I think it’s the mature thing to do in a relationship is just evaluate where you are and move forward. The great thing is that they are friends and definitely that’s an important part and he’s still supportive of what she’s doing."
Norwood, who has a daughter from a previous relationship, and Press announced their engagement last year.
Last month, her brother, singer Ray J, told ABC News Radio that he's "protective" over his older sister.
"Every guy is crazy," he said, when asked whom he'd like to see her date. "I know I am so I just want to make sure she's happy and then I got her back -- whatever she wants to do."
ABC (NEW YORK) -- In case it wasn't clear on the last season of The Bachelor, Andi Dorfman is not at all interested in Juan Pablo Galavis.
How not interested? So much so that Galavis is slammed in a new promotional poster for The Bachelorette.
"She's looking for the right Juan," the poster reads, with the word "Juan" crossed out and replaced with "one."
Dorfman, a 26-year-old district attorney, was named the ABC dating competition's new star last month.
"I'm speechless. It's so surreal. I went on The Bachelor to find my husband and to find the love of my life," she said at the time. "It definitely gets lonely being single... I'm just looking to find that great love."
iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Dina Lohan pleaded guilty to DWI on Tuesday.
Lindsay Lohan's mother accepted a plea deal stemming from the September 2013 DWI and speeding charges against her, her lawyer, Mark Heller, confirmed to ABC News.
"This being the first day of Passover, Dina Lohan was very gratified to receive an offer that we could not pass over," he said in a statement. "No jail, no probation and the opportunity to resume her driving privileges. She felt this was a great start to the Holy Week."
Lohan was arrested in the fall for driving 22 mph over the speed limit with a blood-alcohol level of 0.2 percent. Nassau County District Court Judge Andrew Engel ordered Lohan, 51, to complete 100 hours of community service before her June 3 sentencing, according to Newsday.
The judge also ordered her to attend a 16-hour state program on driver safety and will require her to install devices in her car that will only allow her to start the vehicle if she's sober and pay fines that total roughly $2,800.
"I'll never be back here again,” Lohan said. “You can quote me on that one.”
ABC/Ida Mae Astute(NEW YORK) -- Michael Strahan got a red carpet welcome on ABC’s Good Morning America Tuesday as a member of the GMA family.
“I’m curious, when I’m here a few days a week, does that play every time?,” Strahan, 42, joked of the 30-second clip reel showing him as a baby, Super Bowl-winning NFL star and TV personality that preceded his arrival.
Strahan joined his new colleagues -- GMA’s George Stephanopoulos, Robin Roberts, Amy Robach and Lara Spencer -- at the GMA news desk in the show’s Times Square studio. When Strahan appears on GMA, he will report from the studio before traveling uptown to his other morning show, Live! with Kelly & Michael.
“We’re so excited,” said Roberts. “You’re going to join us a couple days a week.”
When Robach indicated that Strahan will be reporting on, “stories that you love,” Strahan revealed what has him really excited about joining GMA.
“I watch you every morning and I always sit there and go, ‘Yeah that’s a good point,’” Strahan said. “Now, instead of talking to the TV, I actually get to talk to you.”
Strahan’s arrival on GMA harkened back to his NFL days as a New York Giant as a he entered the studio to the high-fives of cheering fans.
The NFL Hall of Famer was presented with gifts to make sure he shows up alert and on time for his first day of work.
“The time is off so if I’m late on my first day, it’s George’s fault ’cause he gave me a clock and it’s not set with the right time,” Strahan said to Stephanopoulos, who gifted him with an alarm clock. “But I appreciate it because you can never have enough alarm clocks.”
Spencer gave Strahan a gigantic GMA coffee mug so he could stay caffeinated. “If I drink all of this it will be one happy good morning, America,” Strahan said.
Before leaving for Live! with Kelly & Michael, Strahan was put to work, tasked with announcing the show’s next guests, Dancing With the Stars cast-offs Cody Simpson and Witney Carson.
The pop singer and professional dancer then surprised Strahan by wheeling in a wheelbarrow full of Strahan’s favorite candy, Sour Patch Kids.
“Sugar and coffee in the morning,” Strahan said, holding a candy bag with his GMA mug. “Good morning, America!”
ABC/Matt Brown(NEW YORK) -- Golf Digest has released a video to accompany Paulina Gretzky's cover story for the magazine's May issue.
The video features Gretzky posing in various athletic outfits, even by the pool showing off some yoga positions.
Gretzky is engaged to PGA player Dustin Johnson, but isn't a player herself -- something that had members of the PGA more than a bit upset about since she nabbed the magazine's cover.
In the issue, she explains how she met Johnson.
"At the end of 2011, my mom played with Dustin in the Wednesday pro-am at Tiger's tournament at Sherwood. She told Dustin about her daughter, blah-blah-blah, and invited him to the house that night," she said. "We exchanged numbers, and here we are."
She continued, "The most important thing for me right now is my relationship with Dustin. It's what makes me happiest, and I don't think there's anything wrong with that. It's important for people to realize it's OK to be happy in love."
Noam Galai/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Alexa Ray Joel is feeling better after her collapse over the weekend during one of her performances at Cafe Carlyle in New York City.
"I wanted to thank everyone for coming out to support me,” Joel wrote in a statement to theNew York Times. "I was excited and determined to fulfill my final performance and I really wanted to end my run with a bang, but this was not what I had in mind and hope I have the opportunity to make it up to the wonderful audience very soon."
The singer was two songs into her set on Saturday when she collapsed. She was taken to the emergency room at New York-Presbyterian Hospital.
Joel's rep told the newspaper that she collapsed because of a sudden drop in blood pressure and heart rate, and reduced blood flow to the brain. The condition is called vasovagal syncope.
Joel, 28, is the daughter of Billy Joel and Christie Brinkley.
Harpo Studios, Inc./George Burns(NEW YORK) -- During an interview Oprah Winfrey had with Grammy-winner Pharrell Williams on Sunday, the media mogul showed the singer a touching fan-inspired video from around the world set to his blockbuster hit song “Happy.”
After Pharrell, 41, told Oprah, 60, that his fans had taken over the song in a good way, making it their own, she showed him the clip of people putting up their own videos to "Happy."
Scenes from London, Detroit, Germany and other locations popped up on screen.
Pharrell hides his eyes and Oprah rubs his arm in support.
"Makes me cry too!" Oprah said.
"Why am I crying on Oprah?" Pharrell responds. "It's overwhelming because I love what I do and I just appreciate the fact that people have believed in me for so long that I could make it to this point, to feel that."
ABC/Craig Sjodin(LOS ANGELES) -- Pop singer Cody Simpson and pro partner Witney Carson were voted off ABC’s Dancing with the Stars Monday night during a show that featured the couples performing routines set to songs from hit Disney films. Disney is the parent company of ABC.
“This has been a very new experience -- an amazing experience -- and obviously it’s tough, but it is what it is,” Simpson said after learning his fate.
The evening also featured the first perfect score of the season: James Maslow and Peta Murgatroyd earned perfect “10s” from all four judges.
Donny Osmond, who won season nine of Dancing with the Stars, joined Bruno Tonioli, Len Goodman and Carrie Ann Inaba at the judges’ table.
Each week, the couple with the lowest combined total of judges’ scores and viewer votes from the previous week’s performance is generally voted off. Since no one was voted off on the past two shows -- Billy Dee Williams withdrew from the competition on April 1 and no one was eliminated during last Monday’s partner switch-up -- those two weeks’ worth of judges’ scores and viewer votes were combined to determine Monday night’s elimination.
Here’s a rundown of Monday’s performances:
Drew Carey: The Price Is Right host and partner Cheryl Burke danced a quickstep to “Friend Like Me” from the film, Aladdin. After describing Carey’s routine as “zip-a-dee-doo-dah,” Goodman elaborated: “The performance had plenty of zip; the technique was very, very doo-dah, I’m afraid.” Osmond told Carey his arm movement needed more control, and Tonioli said Carey’s technique suffered. “The quickstep requires a very, very precise, clean delivery. You’ll do better next week,” he said. Inaba cautioned Carey about the “very strange face” he made when he lost focus. Carey earned four sevens for a total of 28 points out of a possible 40.
James Maslow: The actor and singer performed a contemporary routine to the hit song “Let It Go” from the film, Frozen. Tonioli called the routine a “contemporary blockbuster,” while Inaba said she cried throughout the entire performance: “What I saw here was absolute artistry...I did not expect this from you. Congratulations.” Goodman said the routine would “melt the coldest heart, even mine.” Osmond praised the choreography by Maslow’s pro partner, Peta Murgatroyd. “I was just blown away by the whole performance,” he said. Maslow earned four 10s for total of 40 points -- the first perfect score of the season.
Charlie White: Despite a momentary dance floor fumble of his prop cane, the Olympian and pro partner Sharna Burgess’s rousing jazz routine, set to “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” from the film Mary Poppins, earned praise from the judges. Osmond called it “an amazing performance,” and Tonioli agreed, but lamented that White dropped the cane: “What a shame, because it was almost perfect...do it again!” Inaba likened White to “a wave of happiness...except for the cane, fantastic. Stupendous,” she said, while Goodman also heaped praise, calling the routine “eye-popping, show-stopping and jaw-dropping.” He added: “I’m not bothered about the cane, no I’m not, because I thought you came out and just wowed this place.” White earned three nines -- and a 10 from Goodman -– for a total of 37 points.
Danica McKellar: The former Wonder Years actress and her partner, Val Chmerkovskiy, performed a quickstep set to “Be Our Guest” from Beauty and the Beast. The performance included an animated cameo from the film’s character, Gaston, and earned McKellar raves from the judging panel. McKellar even got a hug from a beaming Inaba, who said watching the pair was like watching the film come to life. Tonioli called the routine a “delicious, tasty feast,” adding that McKellar’s improvement was “incredible.” Goodman pointed out some lost body contact, but added that the routine had control and flair, and he called McKellar “a fantastic dancer.” Pointing out that he played Gaston on the Broadway production of the show, Osmond said “both you guys knocked it out of the park. I loved it.” McKellar earned three 10s and a nine, for a total of 39 points.
Amy Purdy: The paralympian snowboarder had expressed frustration about whether she could maintain the smooth technique of the waltz with her prosthetic legs, but her airy performance -- set to “So This is Love” from the film, Cinderella -- earned her a standing ovation from the ballroom audience. Inaba acknowledged that Purdy couldn’t create the rise and fall required by the style of dance, but said that, due to Purdy’s unique circumstance, she couldn’t deduct a point. Goodman said he would have liked more hold, but said the routine was beautiful. Osmond said Purdy was an inspiration and called her “a serious contender in this competition,” while Tonioli told Purdy he loved the performance. Purdy teared up when the judges revealed she and partner Derek Hough had earned three nines and a 10 for a total of 37. Cody Simpson: The pop singer’s samba to “I Can’t Wait to Be King” from The Lion King brought mixed reviews from the judges. Osmond said it didn’t seem as though Simpson was enjoying himself. Goodman said he liked the energy and “party feeling” of the samba, but said Simpson needed to work on his technique a bit. Tonioli said Simpson had “incredible energy, incredible timing,” but added that he could have done a bit more samba bounce, while Inaba said she “felt the power of Cody” Monday night. Simpson and partner Witney Carson earned two eights and two nines for a total of 34 points.
NeNe Leakes: Despite experiencing some rehearsal tension stemming from last week’s partner switch, the reality TV star and pro partner Tony Dovolani danced a foxtrot to music from the film, 101 Dalmatians. Osmond said Leakes “owned” the dance floor, while Tonioli said she played the evil Cruella De Vil perfectly. “It was incorporated so well into the choreography and it suited your personality,” he said. Added Inaba: “Cruella De Vil ain’t got nothing on you.” Goodman, referring to the tension between Leakes and Dovolani, said, “Sometimes you think you want a divorce then you realize the folly of your ways and I tell you, you two are a match made in dance heaven.” A visibly emotional Leakes earned four nines, for a total of 36 points.
Meryl Davis: The Olympic ice dancer and partner Maks Chmerkovskiy performed a comedic samba routine set to music from The Jungle Book. Inaba said the two dancers had a special partnership, adding that Davis’s technique was “just fabulous.” Goodman said the routine was “great entertainment and terrific,” while Osmond said it was “thoroughly entertaining.” Tonioli agreed, calling it “a wonderful, wonderful dance.” Davis earned four nines for a total of 36 points.
Candace Cameron Bure: Dancing a samba set to “Under the Sea” from the film, The Little Mermaid, Bure and partner Mark Ballas earned praise from all four judges. Goodman said the routine had fun and joy, while Osmond said Bure had promise. Tonioli said Bure had heeded the judges’ previous advice. “I really like what I saw...,” he said. Inaba said Bure was one of her “favorite movers on this season,” but noted that every once in a while the actress experiences an attack of nerves that affects her performance. Bure earned three nines and an eight for a total of 35 points.
Here a rundown of the judges’ scores:
James Maslow and Peta Murgatroyd: 40/40
Danica McKellar and Valentin Chmerkovskiy: 39/40
Amy Purdy and Derek Hough: 37/40
Charlie White and Sharna Burgess: 37/40
NeNe Leakes and Tony Dovolani: 36/40
Meryl Davis and Maksim Chmerkovskiy: 36/40
Candace Cameron Bure and Mark Ballas: 35/40
Cody Simpson and Witney Carson: 34/40
Drew Carey and Cheryl Burke: 28/40
Dancing with the Stars returns next Monday at 8 p.m. Eastern time on ABC.
Frank Ockenfels 3/AMC(NEW YORK) -- Mad Men's final season is not off to a good start in the ratings.
The first airing of the AMC drama's seventh-season premiere on Sunday night was seen by 2.3 million viewers, according to Deadline.com. That's the lowest total for a Mad Men season premiere since 2008, when the second season began with 2.06 million viewers.
The first episode of season six debuted last year to 3.4 million viewers, while the season finale drew 2.7 million.
The first half of Mad Men's final season is airing this spring, while the second half will be televised in 2015.
The return of Mad Men was overshadowed somewhat by a couple of other cable programs that aired Sunday night. The debut of the latest episode of HBO's Game of Thrones was seen by 6.3 million viewers, Deadline.com reports. The fantasy drama's season premiere the previous week attracted 6.6 million.
Also on Sunday night, MTV aired its movie awards show, hosted by Conan O'Brien. Ratings for that broadcast were not available as of Monday evening.
The Denver Post via Getty Images(SCOTTSDALE, Ariz.) -- Former WWE star The Ultimate Warrior died last week of heart disease, according to a spokesperson for Maricopa County, Arizona.
The spokesperson said an autopsy was conducted last Thursday. The manner of death was listed as "natural."
The Ultimate Warrior, whose birth name was James Hellwig but who legally changed his name to Warrior, collapsed outside of a Scottsdale, Ariz., hotel last Tuesday. He was pronounced dead at a hospital. He was 54.
The Ultimate Warrior was one of WWE's biggest stars in the late 1980s and early 1990s. His death came just three days after he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, and one day after making an appearance on WWE's Monday Night Raw TV show, which aired from New Orleans.
Carlos Alvarez/Getty Images(LONDON) -- Will Penelope Cruz follow in the footsteps of her husband, Javier Bardem, and star in a James Bond movie opposite Daniel Craig?
Britain's The Sun reports Cruz is a candidate to play the new Bond girl, citing a leaked document from the movie's studio, Sony.
The newspaper's source says, "Bond bosses have been chasing her since Daniel became 007 in 2006. But schedules and her pregnancies meant it never materialized. At this stage no one at Sony will confirm it."
Bardem played the villain in the most recent Bond film, 2012's Skyfall. 12 Years a Slave actor Chiwetel Ejiofor is rumored to be in the running to play the bad guy in the next 007 flick, which is scheduled to open in November of 2015. Craig will return as Bond.
ABC/Rick Rowell(LOS ANGELES) -- Brad Pitt may play legendary former U.S. Army general Gen. Stanley McChrystal in a movie based on the late Michael Hastings book The Operators, according to Deadline.
McChrystal was once the commanding general of international and U.S. forces in Afghanistan, who was forced out after he was critical of members of the Obama administration's handling of the war there in a Rolling Stone article Hastings wrote. Incidentally, Hastings was killed when his Mercedes exploded in Los Angeles in June of 2013.
Many of his friends and associates are convinced -- as he was before his death -- that Hastings was being targeted for trying to expose CIA and National Security Agency spying on journalists and other Americans. Officially, his death was listed as an accident.
Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- Christina Hendricks may portray a working mom on Mad Men, which returned Sunday night, but off screen the actress revealed she has no plans to expand her family with her husband, actor Geoffrey Arend.
"That's where my motherly nature comes in -- we got a puppy, and that's my idea of starting a family," she said in the May issue of Health magazine, which features her on the cover.
She continued, "People say, 'Oh, that's practice for parenting,' but if it's practice for anything it's to be a mom to another puppy. We've decided that we are not really interested in having children."
Still, the 38-year-old actress didn't close the door completely on having kids.
"It seems like it's expected that you'd want to have kids," she said. "It's just very normal for people to say, 'Well, when you guys have kids...' And then when I say, 'Actually I don't think we're going to do that,' people will say, 'Oh, you say that now...' It doesn't bother me, though. And, you know, there's a small chance I could change my mind."
AMC's Mad Men airs Sunday nights at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
Albert L. Ortega/WireImage(NEW YORK) -- Growing Pains star Jeremy Miller was like many actors who hit it big at a young age and succumbed to the temptations of alcohol and underage partying.
"I'm glad I did not own a gun, because I hated myself so thoroughly that I would have done something very stupid," Miller told Entertainment Tonight about thoughts of suicide when things got really bad.
Growing Pains ran from 1985 to 1992. with Miller taking center stage as Ben Seaver, one of the main stars.
Miller told ET he started drinking at just 4 years old.
"My grandparents actually tell a story about how at 4 years old I would run around after their parties and clean up everybody's beers," he said, motioning that he would drink them.
ET said after the show ended in the early 1990s, Miller, 37, started to drink heavily. He described his worst days.
"I'd rush immediately to the liquor store," he said. "By noon, I'd be working on a pint of whatever I decided to buy - bourbon, vodka. By the evening, I'd be working on another pint."
He admitted he would black out.
"My boys were afraid of me," he said of his three sons.
Now, Miller claims a new treatment, Naltrexone, changed his life, and he's working as a patient advocate at the Start Fresh Recovery clinic in Santa Ana, Calif.