Transcript for Kiss Finally Lands Rolling Stone Cover
Let's get it started with a little "Pop news" for you. It may have taken 40 years of rocking and rolling all night and partying every day but kiss has done it. They have finally landed the cover of "Rolling stone" magazine. Four decades after the release of their debut album, the original members of kiss are on the cover of music's most prestigious magazine. They're so hot right now they also appear in the spring promotional campaign, very cool ad and the "Rolling stone" cover is to promote them going into the rock and roll hall of fame and it hits newsstands on Friday. Congratulations, guys. When I was a kid I was scared of kiss. Totally was. I wasn't sure if that was makeup or real -- I was -- Aliens. It totally worked. Congratulations. Do you remember when Sam and I dressed up as kiss? That was a very special memory. Seared in our memories. In not a good way. Also in "Pop news" there is a mystery surrounding Sean combs. Diddy or didn't he? Get it? Oh. In this teaser for his upcoming single, the single, the word "Puff daddy" flashes on the screen. As you may know he's gone by puff daddy, P. Diddy and just diddy and now he's trying to clarify and tweeted to his followers, "I did not change my name. I always have been and always will be puff daddy." But then an hour later -- I'm confused. He tweeted a single hashle tag and all it sad was diddy or daddy. Is it our choice, diddy? Can you let us know? Thank you. I appreciate it. We will call you whatever you want. Just keep making great music. Finally we all know princess Kate has a knack for making clothes and beauty an instant hot thing. Hobbs, one of princess Kate's favorite labels is setting up shop here for Bloomingdale's department stores on the east coast, that's where they're starting. Write this down, New York, new Jersey, Boston and Virginia, not sure -- Virginia, yep, got the "V." Not sure about the Hobbs look. She sported a classy festive coat by the brand on St St. Patrick's day and you don't have to drain your bank account. Some of the clothing is around $100, $200 so it's not a giveaway but not insane hi princessy expensive and, everybody, that's "Pop news." That outfit would be great for spring here in New York City. If we knew what spring was.
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