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Sunday, February 12, 2012
She’s back! Beautiful, confident, and beaming blissfully, Adele never sounded better.
After throat and vocal troubles threatened Adele's ability to sing again, music lovers around the world held their breath for news on what would happen to musics brightest new star. But tonight, the gracious vocal queen made her highly anticipated return with a live performance of her hit, Rolling In The Deep, at the 54th Annual Grammy Awards.
The now six-time Grammy winner’s performance did anything but disappoint; in fact she was pure perfection. Following, the British singer gracefully bowed with gratitude to a standing ovation while pausing, gazing about the stadium, as if to be taking in every detail of that very moment.
Chills, chills, chills! Such a beautiful spirit and purely gracious talent.
You’re changing the industry, baby! Keep going - please!
Adele’s Grammy Domination:
Tonight, in addition to a jaw-dropping live performance, Adele took home six Grammy Awards, all of the awards for which she was nominated including Song of the Year, Record of the Year, and Album of the Year.
Saturday, February 11, 2012
Singers rep confirms death reports.
On the eve of the Grammys, singing legend and six-time Grammy winner Whitney Houston has been pronounced dead tonight. She was 48 years old.
The singer, who publicly struggled drug addiction for years past, was found dead at 3:55pm today in a Beverly Hilton Hotel room where she was slated to attend a pre-Grammy party tonight held by music giant and dear friend Clive Davis.
Her cause of death has yet to be revealed. Whitney is survived by her 17 year old daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown.
The music superstar was one of the world’s best-selling music artists, winning 2 Emmys, 30 Billboard Music Awards, 22 AMAs, 6 Grammys, and the list goes on.
Sad, sad, sad! We are completely devastated by the news!
I’m memory of a golden, legendary talent, here are some of our Whitney favorites:
Whitney, we will always love you.
Saturday, February 4, 2012
Bone-a-fied Australian stud steps up to the plate in place of the late Andy Whitfield.
Newcomer Liam McIntyre is enjoying all sorts of “welcome” success as the new rebel gladiator Spartacus in Starz’s new series, Spartacus: Vengeance. The 29-year-old actor’s face - and strapping bare, brood chest - can currently be seen splashed across buses, benches, and massive billboards in large metropolitan cities throughout the nation. Fridays at 10pm.
He recently spoke to People Magazine about being a trampoline champ, dork and confesses what guilty pleasure he misses most.
1. He'll always be grateful to Andy Whitfield
McIntyre received Whitfield's blessing to take over the Spartacus role before passing away last September.
"I wouldn't have the role of my life without him," says McIntyre. "He did such an amazing job. I owe Andy the respect to do this job as the best as I can."
2. He's chivalrous
The self-described "dork" is a true gentleman. "I'm polite. It's always ladies first: door opening and not eating before them," says McIntyre. "My mum would always frown at me and go, 'That's not how we do things in this household,' if I did it wrong."
His honorable qualities have paid off in the romance department. He's dating Aussie singer-actress Erin Hasan. "She's exceptional," he says. "We recently celebrated our 1-year anniversary and it feels like forever in a good way."
3. He's a sexy phone operator – just not that kind!
Before acting full time, McIntyre worked for a Village Cinema in Australia coordinating what movies played on their screens. His other responsibilities included assisting moviegoers by using his alluring baritone voice.
"I'm still the voice message service for my old cinema," he says proudly. "I would use my deepest, darkest, steamiest, sexiest, voice to say things like, to speak to a booking officer push one, to speak to someone about parties and events push two. It was the job of my dreams if I was never going to become an actor."
4. He's a trampoline champ
While studying abroad in Ireland for a business degree during the early 2000's, he discovered trampolining, a competitive Olympic sport during which gymnasts perform acrobatic flips while bouncing on a trampoline.
"Me and somersaults go way back!" he says. "I won the third prize while traveling around Europe competing. As crazy as it sounds, it's pretty awesome."
5. He has a sweet tooth
To get his 6-pack gladiator physique, he relies on three-hour gym sessions and a diet of mostly only chicken, vegetables and protein shakes. But the treat he misses the most?
"Chocolate mousse! I don't even want to mention it because I'll start craving it," he says with a laugh. "I'll get cheat days, but for Christmas I cheated too much. I had delicious turkey, mashed potatoes, garlic bread and everything that makes a great Aussie Christmas. Now I'm back thrashing myself!”
Be sure to tune into Spartacus: Vengeance on Fridays @ 10pm, only on Starz!