Joss Stone is one of England's favorite entertainers that has made the jump across the ocean. Joss Stone has released several individual albums in the US in addition to making cameo TV spots. Joss Stone is currently single and wants to stay that way.
Joining in on the style-driven happenings, Joss Stone took the stage at the Tommy Hilfiger Celebration during Fashion's Night Out in New York City on Thursday night (September 8).
The English soul singer treated partygoers to a few tunes including "Karma" and "Super Duper Love" while also grabbing a seat alongside Mr Hilfiger to sign autographs for fans gathered at the Macy's Herald Square venue.
A month after becoming a victim of an alleged kidnapping and murder plot, Joss Stone is opening up about the ordeal.
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, the 24-year-old British songstress revealed that while the incident was "a bit crazy" she is doing just fine, "People are mental, man. But it's alright. This is another story I can add to my list of stories. It makes my life so much more interesting. You can't fret about things that didn't happen, it just seems a bit silly," she told the entertainment magazine.
Just a week after becoming a victim of an alleged kidnapping and murder plot, Joss Stone seems to be doing just fine.
The 24-year-old British singer came off as rather unfazed by the situation when Popeater asked her how she is feeling now, telling, "Oh I'm fine, thank you though, that's very sweet," adding, "They didn't manage it so it's all good."
She’s no stranger to the red carpet, and earlier today (November 5) Joss Stone was spotted hamming it up at the 2009 MTV European Music Awards.
The “Tell Me What We’re Gonna Do Now” songstress looked amazing as she posed for the paparazzi outside the O2 Arena in Berlin, Germany sporting a low-cut blue and black swirly minidress teamed with a pair of black knee-high boots.
Starting up a bit of a feud, Joss Stone attacked fellow British pop star Lily Allen, saying that she cannot sing, believing she is just a personality and not a musician.
“She needs to sell records because she’s not a singer, and that’s not an offense to her because I think that she knows that too,” Stone said of Allen’s campaign to make Internet file sharing a criminal offense.