Fleetwood Mac has disputed the allegations brought by Lindsey Buckingham, who claims he was unceremoniously kicked off the tour, with a short statement from a spokeswoman: “Fleetwood Mac looks forward to their day in court.”
The media, who began calling Pete Davidson a “Saturday Night Live star” when he started dating Ariana Grande, may go back to calling him just Pete Davidson** now that he and Grande have apparently broken up (“They realized it happened too quick and too early. The wedding is off, but they’re working things out. They’re not officially done yet,” a source told Us.)
Trevor Noah, Jon Stewart’s successor on “The Daily Show,” has announced a tour that includes several arenas (14,000-cap Royal Farms Arena, 15,000-cap Bon Secours Wellness Arena, etc.), kicking off with two nights at the 3,191-capacity Sony Centre in Toronto Jan. 11-12 and wrapping at the 2,100-capacity Chevalier Theatre in Medford, Maine, Nov. 15.
**In fairness, Davidson’s self-deprecating and charming discussion about the engagement is a YouTube hit.