The Queen of Twerking just tweeted that she would not be released from the hospital today, which means that her St. Louis date has to be cancelled.
the hospital is sayin i wont b released today😿 therefore Im not going 2 make it 2 St Louis. Im so sorry but somethings are outta my control.— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus)April 16, 2014
Cyrus had to be hospitalized after a “severe allergic reaction to antibiotics” on Tuesday. Earlier this month, she had to cancel her concert in Charlotte, N.C. for getting falling ill to the flu.
The singer also tweeted earlier how “humans can b so selfish,” which could be aimed at people who are saying that she’s faking her sickness.
humans can b so selfish. if any1 thinks id rather b layin n a hospital bed than doing what i love on stage theyre fuckin LAME. im miserable😿— Miley Ray Cyrus (@MileyCyrus)April 16, 2014
Feel better Miley!
We spoke with the cast and crew of the new film “Space Station 76” on the red carpet at this year’s SXSW! Interviews with: Jack Plotnick (Director/Writer), Kali Rocha (Actress/Writer), Patrick Wilson (Actor), Matt Bomer (Actor), and Marisa Coughlan (Actress).
Tonight, we will be having an hour long episode filled with interviews from South by Southwest. Don’t miss out!
On Monday, March 10, the official cast premiere party for Before I Disappear was held in Austin, Texas for the South by Southwest Festival.
Guests enjoyed drinks from the Blue Moon Brewing Company and signature cocktails from Dobel Tequila. They are seen laughing, having fun and enjoying the festival.
"This film is really, really good, we’ve got to get a great distributor for this," said Ron Perlman to guests at the party.
Singer-songwriter Olivia Somerlyn entertained the crowd with an acoustic version of U2’s Academy Award-nominated song Ordinary Love as well as Only in the Movies.
Photo credit: Darren Abate AP/Invision
The post-premiere party for We’ll Never Have Paris was held on March 10 in Austin, Texas at the South by Southwest Festival.
Writer and director, Simon Helberg was joined by his wife, Jocelyn Towne. Cast members that were able to attend were Maggie Grace and Jason Ritter. Zachary Quinto and Alfred Molina were unable to attend the party.
Ritter had to leave the party to attend Watch What Happens Live to participate in a segment that he wore the same outfit for both parties. Helberg also gave a speech thanking STK for the amazing “meat” and wondered if the dessert had meat in it. The dessert didn’t.
Photo Credit Darren Abate, AP/Invision
The post-premiere party for John Margary’s The Mend was filled with fun, laughter and stars. Guests sipped on beer pairings from Blue Moon Brewing Company as well as signature cocktails from Dobel Tequila while munching on delicious appetizers.
The very talented singer songwriter, pianist and guitarist, Olivia Somerlyn, entertained the crowd with her beautiful voice and a cover of U2’s Oscar-nominated song Ordinary Love as well as Only in the Movies.
Among the attendees was the film’s cast, which were Josh Lucas, Lucy Owen, Austin Pendleton, Stephen Plunkett as well as Sting’s daugther, Mickey Sumner.
The cast stayed up all night to celebrate the film’s premiere.
Photo Cred: Hal Horowitz AP/Invision
We covered the “Take Me to the River” press conference featuring Snoop Dogg!
Our own Jenny Zurita caught up with Jimmy Kimmel before his first Austin show on Monday. Listen to what he has to say about the show!
We covered the red carpet for the film We’ll Never Have Paris and spoke with Simon Helberg, Jocelyn Town, Maggie Grace, Jason Ritter, and Melanie Lynskey at SXSW.
We had a chance to speak to Angus Sampson and Leigh Whannell about their latest film, “The Mule”, at South by Southwest!