-- You've probably seen video of Billie Joe Armstrong's meltdown at last weekend's iHeartRadio festival, and you probably know that the Green Day singer checked into rehab after the incident. But Death + Taxes ask the big question we've all been wondering: Was Billie Joe actually wasted when it all went down? [Death + Taxes]

-- Feist was more shocked than anyone when she won the $50,000 Polaris Music Prize last night, calling it "my worst nightmare" when she accepted the award. She later clarified that the "nightmare" was having to speak in public -- not winning the prize itself. [Spinner]

-- The Killers don't mind being considered uncool for writing epic rock songs. "I mean somebody had to try it, right?" asks guitarist Dave Keuning. "We can’t all just be super-cool bands that stare at their shoes." No, we certainly can't. [Stereogum]

-- A trailer for the upcoming Rolling Stones documentary 'Crossfire Hurricane' has surfaced online, and the flick looks pretty badass. Check it out! [Ultimate Classic Rock]

-- She & Him singer Zooey Deschanel reveals that her character Jess loses her dream job as a teacher on the new season of the hit Fox comedy 'New Girl.' "It definitely affects her life pretty deeply because this is something she ... considered teaching to be her calling," she says. "So it is definitely a blow to her." How ever will Jess cope with the loss? [HispanicBusiness.com]