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Avicii's Brother Is On The Ground In Oman Looking For Answers After The DJ's Sudden Death

2018-04-21T15:22:07Z

We can't imagine ever having to go through this for a loved one… ugh… Avicii's brother David Bergling is on the ground in Oman this weekend, having traveled there from the family's native Sweden to try and get some more definitive answers on what happened to the world famous DJ (real name Tim Bergling, pictured above). Related: [...]

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We can't imagine ever having to go through this for a loved one… ugh…

Avicii's brother David Bergling is on the ground in Oman this weekend, having traveled there from the family's native Sweden to try and get some more definitive answers on what happened to the world famous DJ (real name Tim Bergling, pictured above).

Related: Avicii's Ex-GF Pays Tribute To Deceased DJ

As we've been reporting, Avicii had been vacationing at an upscale resort known as Muscat Hills near the capital city of Muscat in the Middle Eastern country when he was found dead at just 28 years old.

Now, David is there to get some answers about certain things, including one big question: why did Avicii and a small group of friends check out of Muscat Hills sometime last week, per reports, and where did they go in the days between that and the DJ's death?

The EDM superstar had been seen in good spirits previously, taking pics with fans at the resort, and witnesses didn't report anything out of the ordinary in the days leading up to his death.

Nevertheless, David is on the ground in Oman and looking for answers.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the entire Bergling family for their sudden, jarring loss.

R.I.P.

[Image via Instagram.]




Are Most People At Coachella On Drugs?

2018-04-21T14:29:17Z

Clearly high! Right? This and much more on our latest podcast! Listen to The Perez Hilton Podcast with Chris Booker HERE: http://budurl.me/PerezPodcast

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Clearly high! Right?

This and much more on our latest podcast! Listen to The Perez Hilton Podcast with Chris Booker HERE: http://budurl.me/PerezPodcast




Listen To This: Let's Not Make It…

2018-04-21T13:31:21Z

DJ duo (and brothers) ​Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have teamed up with David Guetta and enlisted Kiiara's vocals for Complicated. Great production. Great build. Great drop! This is wistful and more on the mid-tempo side of EDM. Check it out above! And CLICK HERE to listen to more music from Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike!

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DJ duo (and brothers) ​Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike have teamed up with David Guetta and enlisted Kiiara's vocals for Complicated.

Great production. Great build. Great drop!

This is wistful and more on the mid-tempo side of EDM.

Check it out above!

And CLICK HERE to listen to more music from Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike!




Avicii's Ex-Girlfriend Pays Tribute To The Deceased DJ

2018-04-21T02:24:38Z

He will be missed… As we reported, on Friday, Avicii — born Tim Bergling — was found dead in Muscat, Oman. He was 28. Related: Celebs React To Avicii's Death As of this writing, there are no details surrounding the manner of his death. Later that day, the DJ's ex-girlfriend, Emily Goldberg, wrote a touching tribute to the deceased [...] He will be missed… As we reported, on Friday, Avicii — born Tim Bergling — was found dead in Muscat, Oman. He was 28. Related: Celebs React To Avicii's Death As of this writing, there are no details surrounding the manner of his death. Later that day, the DJ's ex-girlfriend, Emily Goldberg, wrote a touching tribute to the deceased musician on Instagram, and shared photos of their time together. Referencing a few of his songs, Goldberg wrote: "'Come on babe, don't give up on us. Choose me, and I'll show you love.' Those are lyrics from a song Tim wrote for me. I wish I could have lived up to them. For the two years we were together, he was my closest confidante, and my best friend. Now I can't look at Bear without knowing I'll never see his face again. I'm still collecting my thoughts and thank you for all your kind words and texts. Wake me up when it's all over, because I don't want it to be real #ripavicii #avicii @avicii" See her posts (below): "Come on babe, don’t give up on us. Choose me, and I’ll show you love." Those are lyrics from a song Tim wrote for me. I wish I could have lived up to them. For the two years we were together, he was my closest confidante, and my best friend. Now I can’t look at Bear without knowing I’ll never see his face again. I’m still collecting my thoughts and thank you for all your kind words and texts. Wake me up when it’s all over, because I don’t want it to be real 💔 #ripavicii #avicii @aviciiA post shared by Emily Goldberg (@emilygoldberg89) on Apr 20, 2018 at 2:24pm PDT Of course, Rob Kardashian's ex isn't the only celeb who loves to show some skin. To see the full list… CLICK HERE to view "Celebrity Underboobs!" CLICK HERE to view "Celebrity Underboobs!" CLICK HERE to view "Celebrity Underboobs!" CLICK HERE to view "Celebrity Underboobs!" CLICK HERE to view "Celebrity Underboobs!" [Image via Blac Chyna/Instagram.] [...]



Amy Schumer's I Feel Pretty Reviews Are Not So Pretty!

2018-04-20T22:58:54Z

Amy Schumer's new film I Feel Pretty is getting hit with the ugly stick by critics, after the embargo lifted on opening day (often not a good sign). Reviewers consistently praise the supporting cast (in a delightful surprise, 4-time Oscar nominee Michelle Williams is apparently hilarious) and most think the film is trying to have a [...] Amy Schumer's new film I Feel Pretty is getting hit with the ugly stick by critics, after the embargo lifted on opening day (often not a good sign). Reviewers consistently praise the supporting cast (in a delightful surprise, 4-time Oscar nominee Michelle Williams is apparently hilarious) and most think the film is trying to have a positive message. Related: Amy Shares Text Convo With Jennifer Lawrence & It's As Funny As You'd Expect! But they can't seem to decide if the entire premise is hopelessly outdated or if the film just slips and falls and hits its head on the Soulcycle floor. See the not-so-body-positive reviews (below)! Abbey Bender, TimeOut: "I Feel Pretty lacks visual inspiration and runs on the fumes of one not-particularly-funny joke (this regular-looking girl thinks she's super-hot). Truth be told, for a wide-release comedy, it's a bit depressing." Kate Taylor, The Globe And Mail: "Schumer's actual chutzpah, so boldly showcased in her stand-up and sketch comedy, is not enough to carry this offensive conceit. The notion that the pathetically insecure Renee is an accurate satire of contemporary women is enough to make any feminist cringe." Peter Travers, Rolling Stone: "Is it really OK to get off making plus-size jokes just because you tack on a moralizing ending that teaches a lesson about body positivity? … The movie keeps jerking our chain, encouraging us first to chuckle snidely and then feel bad about it. It's wearying." Adam Graham, Detroit News: "Amy Schumer is way too smart to be attached to a movie as clunky and backward-looking as I Feel Pretty, a flat comedy which attempts to take on beauty standards and issues of body positivity but can't think of anything fresh to say about either. I Feel Pretty would barely cut it as a sketch on Inside Amy Schumer." Kurt Loder, Reason: "As one of the dozen or so people who liked last year's Amy Schumer film, Snatched, I wish I could muster more enthusiasm for her new one." K. Austin Collins, Vanity Fair: "It's to I Feel Pretty's credit that Schumer isn't listed as one of its writers: it means we can get back to thinking of her as a performer, decoupled just a little from the movie's bigger ideas, which are indisputably the least impressive thing about it." Richard Roeper, Chicago Sun-Times: "Schumer is doing another slightly tweaked but virtually indistinguishable variation on the same wisecracking, self-deprecating, insecure, if-only-she-could-see-her-wonderfulness underdog she's played before. She's clearly in her comfort zone and she eventually wins us over in this uneven, hit-and-miss, broad comedy — but here's hoping the next time around, she tries something new." Jocelyn Novak, AP: "On the plus side, it's often a pleasantly entertaining ride with the always appealing Schumer, and its heart is in the right place. It also features a truly terrific comic turn by Michelle Williams (drama, musicals, now comedy — is there anything she can't do?) On the minus side, it muddles its message with an overstuffed script, choppy editing, and some unnecessarily over-the-top moments. Not to mention a sappy ending that actually comes close to contradicting its own premise." Will these reviews keep U from seeing it, or do you like forming your own opinions? [...]