Tony Bennett is one of the most recognizable voices in American popular music history. He has always been a gentleman, always well spoken and proper. So it’s no wonder that he lit up the night at Fox’s American Idol set last night with positive input and that trademark smile of his.
Britney Spears spent the past weekend enjoying herself in Vegas, keeping things low-key. In her first days as a new divorcee, the pop singer was spotted dining with close friends at Tao Aasian Bistro, before calling it quits for the night.
According to the Post Chronicle, “the post-rehab Spears dined at Tao Asian Bistro on Saturday night with two female friends, and made it clear her partying days are over - even in Las Vegas.”
Life is dangerous as a celebrity. If you’re not careful, you may find yourself starring in a horrible movie like “Saved” or recording an uninspired album of cover tunes. And, if you’re really like Mandy Moore, you could also fracture your ankle.
The 22-year-old actress was posing for the June edition of Self magazine when the injury occurred. She is now wearing a cast on her right leg.
James Brown died back in December as a result of pneumonia. Unfortunately people are still trying to get money from him. One of Brown’s former workers tried to bring charges of rape against the late singer.
It hasn’t been a banner year for Britney Spears. The world has seen her “undercarriage” multiple times as a result of her commando tendencies. Her amazing marriage to Kevin Federline has dissolved. And she had the most widely publicized nervous breakdown ever, complete with shaved head. But Britney could be getting back on her feet.
Why is it that hip-hop always seems to have a plethora of feuds? The latest of such spats involves ultra producer Timbaland and Scott Storch. Let the games begin.
Timbaland’s new song “Give it to me” contains some harsh lyrics. Initially Timbaland’s rep claimed that it was fictional, having no actual target. Unfortunately, Timbaland made his rep a liar the other night at Club Marquee.
Nelly Furtado was running around like crazy last night at the Juno Awards. Juno is the Canadian equivalent of the Grammy, by the way. The pop singer was both the host of the show and a scheduled performer.
But that isn’t what made the event memorable for Furtado. She ended up being the biggest winner of the evening, taking home trophies in all five categories in which she was nominated.
Springtime marks one of the most popular music release periods in the industry, second only to back to school-time. This week finds us looking at a smattering of new material from Hilary Duff, Fountains of Wayne, Timbaland, and Paul Wall.