This is what my cat Reggie did yesterday.
The cat is the picture is Phil, assessing the damage and hoping he doesn't get blamed.
Check out the video below, which shows more examples of how cats and Christmas decorations just don't mix!
The drama known as the Bon Jovi Because We Can tour comes to an end Tuesday night in Brisbane, Australia, and it will be streamed at BonJovi.com, starting at 4:15 a.m. ET Tuesday morning. Despite being the top tour of the year, this one will best be remembered for guitarist Richie Sambora's departure and drummer Tico Torres's hiatus after he underwent two surgeries.
Over the weekend, during their shows in Sydney, they treated the audience to a version of John Lennon’s “Merry Xmas (War Is Over).” And it was also a reunion of sorts for Jon, who met with Branka Cladera, the bride he walked down the aisle in October 2012 in Las Vegas. Despite having had such a personal moment with the singer, she and her girlfriends bought tickets in the 10th row and made up signs that read, “Vegas Bride Is Here.” But Jon and his staff were one step ahead as they invited her and her husband, Gonzalo, to the soundcheck on Sunday, followed by a meet-and-greet.
Branka picks up the story, saying, "Jon shows up with a big smile, and I just ran at him and said, ‘Give me a hug, big boy.'” He started laughing. It really did surpass my wedding day a million times over. This was the whole experience. As a kid, I was that person who hung around the back of the Entertainment Centre in Sydney seeing who would come in and out. Sunday night, I was that person with my VIP pass. I could only dream that one day I would be walking down that hall at a Bon Jovi show, it was amazing.”
And to top it all of, he gave them five extra seats, all in the front row, and bags full of every piece of Bon Jovi merchandise being sold at the show.
Neal Schon, lead guitarist and founding member of Journey, checked in. We had a lot of fun talking about the band, his pay-per-view wedding, and his reunion with Santana.
Who knew elephants were musically gifted?
Musician Paul Barton has been playing piano for elephants for nearly two decades. But, he was shocked when an elephant spontaneously joined him in a duet during a recent visit to Thailand. As the first elephant was banging on the piano keys, a second elephant got in on the act with rhythmic dancing.