Kanye & Jay Z took their "Watch The Throne" tour to the L.A. Staple Center for a 3rd time, and performed "N****'s In Paris" for a record-breaking 10th time.
The night before, they performed it 9 times. The night before it was 8 times. Over the tour, they have been performing it over and over, but not the numbers they did in L.A.
I don't know the excitement of hearing the same song performed 10 times but people are going nuts over this song. That's Cray....so to speak.
Check it out history being made as this is video of the 10th time they performed "N****'s In Paris" for the 10th time.-DocFB
Diagnosis: 3 and a half hours of hip hop til you don't stop.....
Here is Chris Brown dancing in the 15 grand Nike shoes made and based on The Back To The Future shoes that Marty McFly wore in the movie.
Not sure if people who bought the shoes for the 15 grand would dance in it but Chris sure did.
Would you wear them let alone dance in them?-DocFB
Diagnosis: This Is Heavy.....
So the Doc is on his way to Summerslam. It is strictly because Wrestling is becoming mainstream again. Yea, that's the reason. It is not like the WWE has hit the Attitude era it once did however. CM Punk showing up to Comic-Con and other things have put it back into the mainstream although the punch that it had last month is not there.
There are only 4 matches scheduled for the 3 hour event so it most likely means some pretty long matches.
There was a WWE Axxess event this weekend where the fans get to meet WWE wrestlers. The Summerslam event is being held at the Staple Center in Los Angeles. Aside from Rob Reiner, we wonder what other celebrities will be at the event.....-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Thanks To Our Friend Lawrence For The hook-up!
It was a unanimous vote in Los Angeles yesterday for AEG to build a football stadium that will cost the L.A. tax-payers next to nothing. The one thing; they will not build the stadium next to the Staple Center until a football team agrees to move there.
It was rumored the St. Louis Rams and The Minnesota Vikings were wanting to move there, but with each time having a contract with each of their cities, it is not likely going to happen. Then which two teams are favored to move to Los Angeles? A hint; both are already in California.
According to ESPN Analyst Adam Schefler, the two teams most likely to move to Los Angeles are The Oakland Raiders or The San Diego Chargers. Sigh.
I know a lot of people who would love for the Raiders to move back to L.A. Friends Big Game Dave and GK Raider come to mind. As A Dallas Cowboy fan, I don't really care either way. I would have loved for L.A. to get the Rams and rename them. Say rename them the L.A. Express to take it back to the old USFL days. A lot of baggage comes with the Raiders. I am not calling Al Davis baggage but having to deal with him is not exactly a cake walk.
I know L.A. wants a football team again but do they want the Raiders?-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: Anyone Else Baby? Ok Ok, Just Win Baby
The music world was shaken off it's feet (not really) with the return of Kevin Richardson performing with the Backstreet Boys on the NKOTBSB tour.
Kevin decided to "retire" as a Backstreet Boy, but did return to the stage for the L.A. limelight at the Staple Center last Friday night.
Kevin joined them on stage for "I Want It That Way" and we wonder if Kevin may be re-thinking his decision not to tour with his former band mates.-Dr.FB
Diagnosis: You Are My Fire.....Ahem...Not Really
Check out this exclusive shot right of Rihanna right before she is about to ride this gentleman during her show earlier this week at Staple Center.
If Rihanna was about to ride you, you might be pointing to the heavens too.
Diagnosis: Rihanna is number 1
Rihanna took her "Loud" tour to the Staple Center in Los Angeles last night sans Cee Lo as opening act, but it didn't matter. Rihanna was able to fill over 2 hours of her hits with the crowd on its feet for almost the entire show.
No one has dominated the charts or news like Rihanna, aside from Lady Gaga. A tight stage show with dancers that interchange it seems with each set design, the flow and mastery of the show is not lost on the concert goer.