Miley Cyrus Leaves Hospital! Singer “Feeling Much Better” Ahead of European Tour Next Week


(E! News) Miley Cyrus has finally left the hospital!

After being hospitalized over a week ago for an “absolutely horrible reaction” to medication to treat the flu, the 21-year-old pop star has finally been released from her hospital bed, E! News confirms.

“She is feeling much better and Europe [tour] is still on,” a source close to the “Wrecking Ball” singer tells E!. We’re not sure what Miley’s current location is but she is in the States (hopefully she’s resting up at home in L.A.!).

Earlier this week, E! News confirmed that Miley was still in the hospital but no longer staying in Kansas City, where she was originally hospitalized on Apr. 15.

While Miley’s illness caused her to postpone the rest of her U.S. Bangerz tour dates last week, the European leg of her tour is still on! Miley is set to leave for Europe sometime next week. Her first show is Friday, May 2 in Amsterdam followed by stops in Belgium, the U.K., Ireland, France and more. In total, Miley has 18 concerts across the pond.

Miley will then make up her six rescheduled U.S. shows in August.

Glad to hear she’s finally feeling better!

—Reporting by Ken Baker

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Kids Are Getting High Off Of Burt’s Bees Lip Balm


(PCM) While this latest internet rumor about substances teens will use to get high may end up getting debunked, the latest word is that teens are using Burt’s Bees lip balm on their eyelids to supposedly intensify a high.

Teens have nicknamed the newest trend “Beezin” and it is reportedly that the tingly feeling after placing the lip balm on their eye lids caused the users to feel good while they are drunk or high. We think it is a perfectly good waste of lip balm!

Some teens are claiming that it adds a little bit of extra something to their intoxication while others claim that it causes them to feel more alert. It is the peppermint oil that is an ingredient in the Burt’s Bees lip balm that creates the sensation.

While Burt’s Bees lip balm is an all natural product, the use of the product for reasons other than it was intended does pose some health concerns. The peppermint oil can act as a strong irritant especially when used around the eyes. It could lead to symptoms that mimic pink eye with eye redness and swelling possible.

What also causes some concern is that the trend is now buzzing on social media, which can act as a warning for parents and adults, but can also help popularize the trend among teens. When teens see ‘Beezin’ mentioned on Twitter or Facebook, they become curious and may want to experiment.

One teen wanna-be rap artist even made a ridiculous song about it…check it out below: ( kind of made me want to claw my eardrums out)


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Fans May Have Quite A Wait For A “Frozen” Sequel


(PCM) In news that has come out of the 2014 Tribeca Film Festival, Disney chairman Alan Horn revealed that there are currently no plans in the works at this time for a sequel to the hit Disney film “Frozen”.

However, Horn did reveal to The Hollywood Reporter that majority of Disney’s attention was going to be focused on a upcoming stage version of the blockbuster animated film.

Disney was absolutely thrilled with the box office performance of “Frozen” and as reported early this year, truly saw the film as having franchise potential. It is the sixth highest-grossing movie of all time, bringing in $1.129 billion in ticket sales and selling over 2 million copies of the film’s soundtrack.

It appears that we will definitely see a musical stage version of the film before any type of sequel and it is Disney’s hope that the voice cast will want to return for the stage adaptation. Most are Broadway veterans and many have already expressed interest in the project.

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