We are used to seeing Bono wearing a black jacket, a black tee, a black jacket and dark sunglasses, but I don’t think we have ever seen him wear a bib. That all changed because the Rocker donned one when he ate at Hrvoje Zirojević’s restaurant Laganini.
That is the sign of a true Rock Star, wearing a bib while holding a glass of vino at 56 and letting someone take a photo of you wearing it. Rock on!
Today’s terrorist attacks in Paris has the world mourning along with the City of Light, and because of that NBC decided to cancel the live tapings of tonight’s Undateable. Executive Producer Bill Lawrence explained the decision on Twitter, “#UndateableLive No live comedy tonight. Not a funny day. #PrayForParis”
Although we need to escape from this horror, today is too soon.
So is tomorrow and because of that U2 and HBO have decided to cancel tomorrow’s live concert from Paris.
Today and for the time being, continue to pray for Paris because they cannot get of it.
U2 began their tour in Vancouver yesterday and it will be an opener they won’t soon forget. While Bono was belting I Still Haven’t Found What I am Looking For, The Edge fell off the edge of the stage. So I guess you can say, he still hasn’t found what he was looking for. You know, like the edge of the stage. Even the guitarist admits, he couldn’t find it.
After the show, The Edge took to U2’s Instagram and said that je is fine, but you can see he was bruised up. To see how bad it is, then click here!
Jimmy Fallon has done some really funny bits on The Tonight Show and Late Night, but, in my opinion, his funniest bit came yesterday with Bono. Back in November, U2 was supposed to play the NBC late night show for a week, but Bono got into a bicycle accident and broke his arm. Therefor, the band had to cancel their appearances on the show.
Now, almost 6 months later, the band returned to the show. They couldn’t return without making fun of Bono’s accident, so they did. What happens next, had me laughing the hardest I’ve laughed since I saw Meet Joe Black. Press play and you will understand why.
Not only did they do this segment, but the Irish band actually played a NYC City Subway stop. I would have loved to have been there to hear that because the acoustics down there must’ve been phenomenal. I saw them at the Philips Arena in Atlanta and they sounded like crap. Never go to a concert in that piece of sh!t arena.
Back in November on a Sunday, Bloody Sunday,
severely injured himself from a bike accident in Central Park. The singer has pretty much been silent about his broken collar bone since then, but he celebrated the New Year by breaking his silence. The singer wrote a long essay detailing the things he cares about from A to Z, and buried within the letter I is that his guitar playing days might be over. He said, “Recovery has been more difficult than I thought… As I write this, it is not clear that I will ever play guitar again.” Then he added. “The band have reminded me that neither they nor Western civilization are depending on this.” Am I the only person who didn’t realize he played the guitar and I saw U2 live.
Hopefully, with time, he will recover and be the old musician that he was before the accident. Even if he isn’t, his powerful voice will continue on.