Obama makes the cover of Rolling Stone
The new issue of Rolling Stone, hitting newsstands today, features President Barack Obama.
With this interview, Obama continues to try to reach out to young voting audiences.
He’s traveled to several college campuses to talk to students and also appeared on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, which was filmed at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
New Beatles documentary to hit theaters
A new documentary, “The Beatles: The Lost Concert,” is set to be played in more than 450 theaters nationwide on May 17 and again on May 22.
The documentary covers The Beatles’ first full-length concert in the United States. The concert was held at the Washington Coliseum in February of 1964.
It will also include interviews with Steven Tyler, Chuck Berry and Mark Ronson, along with many others.
Beyonce is People’s most beautiful woman
Beyonce has been named People Magazine’s Most Beautiful Woman of 2012.
Accepting the honor, Beyonce told People Magazine, “I feel more beautiful than I’ve ever felt because I’ve given birth. I have never felt so connected, never felt like I?had such a purpose on this Earth.”
Other celebrities on the list include Sofia Vergara, Charlize Theron, Christina Hendricks and Miranda Lambert.
Rancic’s expecting first child
Giuliana and Bill Rancic will be expecting their first child through a gestational carrier later this summer. This means the child will be genetically theirs, however another woman will carry the child.
The couple made their struggle to conceive public through their reality television show “Giuliana and Bill.”
Giuliana works as a host of E! News and Bill is an entrepreneur known for winning the first season of “The Apprentice.”
Robin Gibb comes out of his coma
Robin Gibb of the Bee Gees has done the near-impossible and come out of his coma.
His son, Robin-John Gibb, told ITV News on Monday that doctors gave his dad a survival rate under 10 percent before coming out of a coma.
Gibb’s doctor, Andrew Thillainayagam, said Gibb is now fully conscious and able to respond and speak to others.
Country women lead CMA nominations
Nominations for the 11th Country Music Awards were announced Monday during NBC’s “Today” show.
Carrie Underwood leads the nominations with five nominations. Miranda Lambert follows close behind with four for both her solo work and with her band the “Pistol Annies.” Taylor Swift followed with three nominations.
Fans worldwide vote for the winners. Voting began Monday on the CMA website and will be open through June 4. The Country Music Awards will air June 6.