09/09/09 Dish: Surviving Bee Gees plan to reunite for live shows
Kinda busy this AM! So here's the low down for your dish today...
Jon says he despises Kate...
Reality television personality Jon Gosselin said in an interview he despises his soon-to-be-ex-wife, Kate.
The estranged couple, who star alongside their eight children in the
TLC series "Jon & Kate Plus Eight," announced during the summer
their plans to divorce after nearly 10 years of marriage. Jon has since
been photographed at clubs, bars and celebrity events and spotted with
his 22-year-old girlfriend Hailey Glassman.
Usmagazine.com said Jon told ABC News his relationship with Kate is
so tense they have to tape their segments for the show separately.
"I can't sit on the sofa with that woman," he said. "I can't sit
with someone right now that I despise. ... I despise (her) because
she's not speaking from the heart... Please -- the stuff you tell me in
private should be the stuff you tell me on TV."
Beatles re-master, game drag band into digital age...
take a step closer to selling their music online on Wednesday with the
simultaneous release of the band's re-mastered catalog and the MTV
video game The Beatles: Rock Band.
The Beatles collection, available from 09/09/09, is expected to
dominate the charts in key markets like the United States and Britain,
bringing a windfall to the group's label EMI Music and the Fab Four's
company Apple Corps Ltd.
Retailers who have seen physical music sales eroded over recent
years are also gearing up for queues around the block for both the CDs
and the video game, an added bonus after Michael Jackson's death in
June saw a spike in sales.
Surviving Bee Gees plan to reunite for live shows...
The two surviving brothers of the Bee Gees
are preparing to perform together again, six years after the death of
their brother and third Bee Gee, Maurice Gibb, according to media
Robin Gibb told BBC Radio that he had just been with his older
brother Barry in Miami and they were ready to perform together again,
planning a series of live dates.
"The two of us are getting back together again as we speak," Gibb told BBC Radio's Test Match Special cricket program.