Video~Kris Allen Is A Fly Guy

Kris Allen opened for Lady Antebellum on Friday night at The Wiltern in Los Angeles.  He did help Lady Antebellum close the show by performing "Hey Jude" by the Beatles.

Kri's fly was down for the performance but you do not really notice til after the 3 minute mark and someone from the audience let's Kris know and he zips it up rather quick with an interesting look on his face.

Just one question; why is Kris opening for anyone?  Adam Lambert is about to start a tour with Orianthi opening for him.  Kris wins the contest but who was mentoring American Idol last week?  Adam Lambert. 

I guess America may have voted Kris their "Idol" but the judges and producers obviously wanted Adam.  Guess it is better to not win the contest, isn't it?-Dr.FB


Kevin Smith Gets Kicked Off Plane For Being Too Fat

Kevin Smith
Kevin Smith

Kevin Smith File Photo

Kevin Smith was kicked off a Southwest plane after being told he was too fat to fly and a flight risk.

Kevin was flying out of Oakland back to Burbank and was already seated when he was kicked off the plane.  Kevin took to his Twitter account and sent off a slew of attacks on the airline and the embarrassment that followed. 

They did offer Kevin a $100 dollar voucher for his trouble and Kevin said they chastised the women next to him as well for not buying an extra seat even though Kevin said he was not a risk. 

Kevin took another Southwest flight out of there and pointed out he flew out to Oakland and flew back to Burbank so does not understand what the pilots deal is.

Kevin will be addressing this on his podcast tonight.  Wonder how soon until they start weighing people before they get on a flight or ask for your weight description when purchasing tickets.  Bet it happens soon.  But if you have a bomb in your underpants, hey, step right up and take your seat.-Dr.FB

Ironically enough, Southwest responded to Kevin on their Twitter account  saying they were sorry for his experience.


Jack White Is Fly Writing A Song On The Fly

This is footage by MTV showing Jack White write a song on the fly and then perform it. It was done on a dare.

"I said to Jack, 'You believe in writing songs fast, that music is over-produced. Write a song now on camera!' " The director Guggenheim told MTV News.

What do you think? Are you impressed at his artistry?-Dr.FB