Getting the second day of Mercedes Benz NYC Fashion Week underway, Heidi Klum led the charge of lovely ladies on hand at The Theater at Lincoln Center on Friday morning (September 9).
The 38-year-old beauty looked stunning in a black pantsuit adorned with sparkles as she joined alongside Michael Kors to watch as the season 9 finalists of "Project Runway" made their fashion presentations.
It would appear that personal turmoil equals Grammy nods this year. At least that’s the case for Kanye West and Amy Winehouse. Between his mother dying and her husband being thrown in the slammer, these two were pretty desperate for some good news.
Between the two of them, the “Jesus Walks” rapper and the “Rehab” singer have a total of fourteen nominations (8 for him, 6 for her). And they’re not the only ones with multiple chances to take home an award.
This summer, music fans and environmentalists alike have something to cheer about. The world's biggest names in the music industry are prepping to help save the planet in a series of concerts around the world. Madonnna and James Blunt are two of the names among the many acts expected to perform at the Live Earth concert in London on July 7, in hopes of raising awareness of climate change and the dangers it poses.
According to Hello! magazine, other acts performing at the new Wembley Stadium include the Beastie Boys, Black Eyed Peas, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Corinne Bailey Rae, Genesis and Duran Duran. The format is similar to the Live 8 concerts held in 2005, with Live Earth events also slated to be held in Tokyo, Rio de Janeiro, unnamed US cities, Shanghai, Johannesburg and Sydney.
Daughtry is back on top! The edgy American Idol alum found his self-titled album back at No. 1 as Norah Jones’ Not Too Late slipped in The Billboard 200.
Many have expected Daughtry to trail off, but the southern rocker has sure shown critics as his music continues to sell. Daughtry’s rocker style combined with American Idol exposure has kept him in the charts for 15 weeks.
Its time to get ready for what many deem 'music's biggest night'. The 49th Annual Grammy Awards will be presented from 8 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. EST on Sunday, Feb. 11, broadcast live on CBS from LA to NYC. The show will see awards given in 13 major categories plus honorary tributes will be presented during the telecast. Awards in the remaining 95 categories will be presented in a non-televised ceremony from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. EST.
Mary J. Blige, whose album "The Breakthrough'' was perhaps the biggest in her career, was nominated for a leading eight Grammy Awards, including R&B album, record and song of the year. The Red Hot Chili Peppers were also multiple nominees, garnering six.
Other multiple nominees were the Dixie Chicks, British newcomer James Blunt, John Mayer, Prince, and the Black Eyed Peas' will.i.am.