Jennifer Hudson shines in a strapless, curve-hugging icy-blue dress and with a sleek blow out on the December/January cover of Ebony. While she’s smiling on the cover, the Oscar-winning singer opens up about an incredibly difficult subject in the accompanying story: how the decision to visit her fiancée David Otunga in Florida for a WWE event, as opposed to returning home to Chicago, saved her life.
Katy Perry has a big, $175,000 heart. Through ticket sales for her massive California Dreams tour, which wrapped last month, Perry was able to raise $175,000 for charity. The funds will be dispersed over a collection of 50 nonprofits, with $40,000 being allocated to the Humane Society of the United States (a favored charity of fellow pop star Kesha). Another $40,000 will be donated to the Children’s Health Fund, while another $40,000 will be supplied to Generosity Water.
Lady Gaga is ambitious. We know this already, since she scratched and clawed her way out of the Lower East Side to ascend into the pop stratosphere, breaking a lot of dagger-shaped nails in the process. But now she’s riding high and is the biggest pop star on earth. That’s why the rumor that she is planning a record-breaking, 450-date global tour doesn’t shock us! It’s typical of Gaga to plan a tour that’s bigger than the towering stiletto heels she is known for wearing.
After months of speculation, the worst kept secret in pop music has been confirmed: Madonna will indeed perform at the halftime show for Super Bowl XLVI, which will take place at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis on Feb. 5. The game will air on NBC.
One cover of the January 2012 issue of ELLE U.K. is not enough for Lady Gaga. The cover chameleon and futuristic fashion plate appears in two different ensembles and colors on two separate covers for the women’s interest magazine.
So guess who Taylor Swift invited to perform on stage with her at New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Monday, Nov. 21? That’d be Johnny Rzeznik, the lead singer of alt rock hitsmiths Goo Goo Dolls. The band originated in Buffalo, which is way up north in the Empire State. But they are still technically from New York so they fall in line with Swift’s tradition of inviting guests from the state in which she is touring to come on stage with her. The pair performed the band’s pretty, mid-’90s smash ‘Iris,’ a moving ballad, which is right in Swift’s wheelhouse.
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