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Stormy Daniels will perform at strip club in San Diego

Stormy Daniels to perform in San Diego.

Currently embroiled in a presidential scandal playing out in the courtroom, adult entertainer Stormy Daniels will make a stop in San Diego in November for her “Make America Horny Again” tour reports Fox 5. Daniels, who was born Stephanie Clifford claims she and Donald Trump had an affair in 2006.

Theater Review: “Mamma Mia!”

“Mamma Mia” plays through June 30, 2018 at the Moonlight Amphitheatre,

In the eight years they performed together, European superpop group ABBA became a worldwide music phenomenon and recording legend. I’d wager that people who had never heard of ABBA leapt to their feet (or at least wanted to) when they first heard “Dancing Queen” – and let’s not forget “Mamma Mia!”

Harry Styles shows lots of pride at recent concert

Harry Styles shows the spirit of Pride at recent concert in PA.

Former One Direction boy bandmate Harry Styles brought Pride to his concert in Philadelphia on June 15 when a fan showed up with a Pride flag with a special message so he used it on stage. 

Karla Balcazar showed up to the concert with the special banner she made herself with the words "Make America Gay Again" sewn into the fabric. 

Rich's heats up with "Glamazon" on June 30

Who hasn’t seen the over-the-top style of Glitz Glam in Hillcrest in the past decade? And if you haven't you should. It's an experience, a signature blend of punk, disco and gender fluidity that inspires others to be themselves, have lots of fun and stomp on the haters.

Ellen coming to San Diego for 3 nights on limited tour

Ellen DeGeneres is returning to stand-up comedy for a limited series this August and she’s not passing up America’s Finest City.

This will be Ellen’s first tour in 15 years and along with San Diego, she will travel to both San Francisco and Seattle. This mini-event will span over eight nights.

Model in 'Call Me Maybe' vid was uncomfortable playing a gay man

"Call Me Maybe" was a 2012 viral tune that infected the entire country with a feel-good earworm, it put singer Carly Rae Jepsen on the map. It also made a star out of the sinewy male lead Holden Nowell in the accompanying video, but he says he wasn’t comfortable with that. And still isn't.