Blum and her husband Dave Grohl have recently had their third child together, but what do we know about his wife?
As the animalistic drummer in Nirvana and the guitar-thrashing frontman in Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl is one of the most well-known and prolific rockstars on the planet. Having survived the grunge era with one of the defining bands on the nineties and achieved equal commercial success in the Foos, Grohl has successfully secured a place in the pantheon of rock. He is, by all means, a true rock God with his screaming vocals and continual head banging. But it is easy to forget, that the man who used to destroy drum kits on a nightly basis, a chap who barely bats an eyelid at the prospect of playing to tens of thousands of people, is also a father and a husband. But who is the woman who managed to tame this punk-addled wild man?
Despite touring and recording commitments, Grohl is a devoted husband to Jordyn and father to three daughters.
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We thought we'd dedicate this week's round-up to the celebrities who may want to lay low for a while.
Lana Del Rollercoaster: Lana Del Rey has had a week she'll never forget. The pop star's new album, Ultraviolence, has been met with positivity by critics and has earned Del Rey her first Billboard 200 number one. However, the singer's album publicity has risked being blighted by certain comments Lana made in a recent interview in which she appears to glamorise the troubling trend of musicians dying young. Decide for yourself here. Kurt Cobain's daughter, Frances Bean, lashed out at Lana over her words. Find out what went down.
Gary Oldman Blunder: Silly, silly Gary Oldman. The actor has earned himself a reputation as one of Hollywood's thinkers but his thoughts on political correctness caused a stir this week. In a Playboy interview, the 56 year-old referenced Mel Gibson's infamous 2006 run-in with the police where he voiced an anti-Semitic view. In an attempt to play down Gibson's words, Oldman ended up sounding an awful lot more anti-Semitic than his fellow actor. Find out what was said. Oldman did release an apology, which can be read here.
Phil Collins Appears At Alamo, Announces Donation Of 200 Artefacts
Phil Collins appeared in San Antonio, Texas on Thursday (26th June) in order to announce his donation of more than 200 artefacts from the Battle of the Alamo. The former Genesis drummer appeared at the Alamo and explained his reasons behind his generous donation.
The Generous Phil Collins Is To Donate His Large Alamo Collection To Texas.
Phil Collins has donated his large collection of Texas Revolutionary artefacts to a museum dedicated to the Battle of the Alamo. The 56-year-old British musician appeared on Thursday (26th June) in San Antonio in order to announce his donation of more than 200 artefacts to the Battle of the Alamo and Texas Revolutionary Shrine.
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You probably didn't know that the singer and actor is also a big Alamo collector.
Phil Collins is looking for a new home for his vast collection of Battle of the Alamo and Texas Revolution artefacts and is hoping to give them back to the state of Texas if it can find somewhere to house them all. The singer and former Genesis star is one of the world's most prominent collectors of pieces related to the 1836 battle.
The 'In The Air Tonight' singer's interest in the battle and American history reportedly began when he was 5 year-old and saw Fess Parker portray Davy Crockett in a 1950s Disney miniseries. He is also said to have passed on his enthusiasm to his five children.
Collins has amassed a sizeable bank of artefacts, including documents from Sam Houston, William B. Travis and Stephen F. Austin; "hundreds" of cannonballs; uniforms and weapons; a shot pouch believed to have belonged to Davy Crockett as well as a sword belt believed to have been worn by Alamo commander William B. Travis when he died in battle.
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The Ultimate Warrior once shot a very strange video with Phil Collins.
Tributes continue to pour in for James Brian Hellwig, aka wrestler The Ultimate Warrior. Hellwig died just days after he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, collapsing on the sidewalk outside his Arizona hotel on Wednesday (April 9, 2014). The 54-year-old is survived by his wife Dana and two daughters.
The Ultimate Warrior Was One Of The WWF's Best Loved Wrestlers
The Houston Press have dug out a particularly cool story about the Warrior, which involves hit songwriter Phil Collins. In 1990, Collins was doing a CBS special filled with celebrity guests and "someone got the bright idea that the current champion of the WWF should be among them." At that point, it was the Ultimate Warrior, who had captured the title from Hulk Hogan.
Continue reading: Ever Hear The One About The Ultimate Warrior and Phil Collins?