Superman Michael Jordan made like Spiderman and agreed to land on the Web. The Bulls superstar has signed a deal with CBS SportsLine, for a reported $10 million, that will put him on the World Wide Web for the next 10 years. From what we hear, he'll answer e-mail, do monthly interviews and provide exclusives for his online fan club. Stay tuned.
BAD HAIR, GOOD STORY
Seventeen magazine is looking for hair-raising horror stories, if you have any you'd care to make public. Did your dye job make you want to die? Did your hairdresser have an attack of Sinead scissors? Write to Head Cases, Seventeen, 850 Third Ave., New York, N.Y. 10022. Or e-mail them at AskBeauty@aol.com
Man, oh man, what a band Powerman 5000 is! The group has rocked houses all summer with its mosh-friendly mix of Korn, White Zombie and Rage Against the Machine.
Vocalist MC Spider started the group in Boston as a rap outfit. Spider has since dropped the "MC" and brought on drummer Al Pahanish, bassist Dorian Heartsong, guitarist Adam Williams and percussionist Jordan Cohen.
Their latest album, "Mega!! Kung Fu Radio" (Dreamworks), packs all the power of the live show, but with dashes of '70s funk, psycho-soul and juiced-up hip-hop. So grab the disc, feel the power, and wait for the band to mess up your town again this fall.
QUOTE OF THE DAY
"Creativity is being unique and not taking any outside influences, but using what comes from within."
-- Jenny McCarthy, in Entertainment Weekly.