Joe Jonas reveals how he lost virginity
Joe Jonas gave up his virginity to "this girl named Ashley" when he was 20, he told social media website Reddit during an Ask Me Anything session on Tuesday.
The US singer, now 27, was dating US actress Ashley Greene, of Twilight fame, at the time.
He said he didn't have condoms, and went searching in drummer Jack Lawless' room.
"I demolished his room looking for them. Found them underneath his underwear drawer. When he came home, he thought somebody broke into his room," he said.
Jonas also said that he was on bad terms with brothers Kevin, 28, and Nick, 24, after the band broke up.
"I was a little envious of Nick. I was probably mad at him, too. I remember kind of losing it a little bit. I closed myself off and we cancelled the tour and didn't really know what was going on."
Minaj: Anything Jay Z can do, I can do too
US rapper Nicki Minaj wants you to aspire to "become an entrepreneur, a rich, career-driven woman".
In an interview with Marie Claire magazine, the 33-year-oldsaid: "I felt like anything he (US singer Jay Z) could do, I could do."
She said she sees many women marrying into money, as opposed to earning it themselves, which she found worrying.
She also talked about her collaborations with US singer Beyonce, who is married to Jay Z.
"I see how women are inspired and it has nothing to do with how we look," she said.
"It has to do with how we are owning who we are and telling other women you should be the boss of your own career and the brains behind your life or your decisions or your art."
Rocker Rod Stewart Knighted
Call him Sir.
English rock singer Rod Stewart is now Sir Roderick after he was knighted by Prince William on Tuesday at Buckingham Palace for his contributions to music and charity.
The 71-year-old has been active since the 60s and has released 30 studio albums.
Stewart was joined on Tuesday by his wife, English model Penny Lancaster-Stewart, 45, and their two sons, Alistair, 10, and Aiden, five.
"It feels wonderful, it really, really does. It's mind-blowing," Sir Rod, 71, told reporters afterward.
He also said he was likely to continue touring.
After the ceremony, Stewart was greeted by Queen Elizabeth II.