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  1. I’m sorry but… She’s extremely gifted but I don’t understand the hyper-forced s*x-kitten act all of a sudden.
  2. Emmy Nominated This Is Us star Mandy Moore thinks "A Walk to Remember" should get a Reboot starring Bizaardvark's Olivia Rodrigo kinda crazy that celebs just randomly name drop Olivia now, household name in a flash not bad for a faceless artist huh?
  3. The difference between Adele and Lady Gaga, at least in Las Vegas. Gaga has been using union musicians since she started performing there a couple of years ago. Adele has not. Keith D. Nelson, secretary/treasurer of the Musicians Union in Las Vegas, Local 369, says that the band for Adele’s now cancelled 13 “Weekends” gig — 26 shows– had gone outside the normal system to bring in musicians. According to sources, the band — even though they weren’t part of the union — was rehearsing up to the moment Adele announced the “rescheduling” of the 13 weekends. When musicians are needed for a show anywhere they are usually brought in through a local “contractor.” But I’m told that Adele used a contractor no one ever heard of, out of Canada, to go around the Local. Nevada is one of 28 “right to work states” which allows employees to take work in unionized settings even if they’re not members of the union. The other states in this group are mainly poor and “red.” Nevada, ironically, is considered “blue” and financially sound thanks to gambling. Wait: isn’t Adele supposed to be from working class roots? “They’re attempting union busting,” says Nelson. When Adele was on tour for her “25” album, in places like Radio City Music Hall, she had to have union musicians. This turn of events may be why she wanted to “sit down” in Vegas rather than hit the road. Nelson adds that Adele is not alone in Las Vegas looking for workers who will go outside the pre-ordained system. But this way, the musicians are without rights if something should happen to their show. In this case, Adele’s band may be up a creek without a paddle. Nelson says Lady Gaga is the most popular performer in Vegas these days because she observes all union rules with her musicians. I’m not surprised. We know Stefani Germanotta is a mensch. It’s unclear what happens to the non union musicians now that their Adele has been cancelled, er, rescheduled. They’re not working. Let’s see if they get paid for the 16 weeks. Showbiz411 The comparison is unnecessary but Adele, sis...
  4. Janet Jackson has told for the first time how her superstar brother Michael regularly fat-shamed her, before revealing why they grew apart prior to his death. Opening up in a new documentary five years in the making, the Rhythm Nation singer said the late Michael Jackson would call her horrible names, The Sun reports. “There were times when Mike used to tease me and call me names … ‘Pig, horse, sl*t, or hog, cow’,” Janet says.“He would laugh about it and I’d laugh too, but then there was some­where down inside that it would hurt. When you have somebody say you’re too heavy, it affects you.” Despite the seven-year age gap bet­ween her and older brother Michael and his comments about her, the pair had been very close as children. But she admits she and Michael, who died in 2009 aged 50, drifted apart as they grew older. And she was devastated when he was first accused of child sex abuse in 1993 — when 13-year-old Jordan Chandler alleged Michael molested him at his home, Neverland, in California. Asked if the allegations affected her, she says: “Yeah. It was frustrating for me.“We have our own separate lives and even though he’s my brother, that has nothing to do with me.“But I wanted to be there for him, to support him as much as I possibly could.” The lawsuit was settled in January 1994 with a $23 million payout to the Chandlers. Janet says: “Michael wound up giving money to the family. He just wanted it to go away, but that looks like you’re guilty.” At the time, Janet had been about to sign what would have been the biggest brand deal of her career with Coca-Cola. But the allegation against Michael thwarted it.“When that came out, Coca-Cola said, ‘No, thank you’. Guilty by association. That’s what they call it, right?” Janet says. She and Michael later hit back at the coverage of allegations against him in their 1995 single Scream. But things were never the same between them, she said, with Michael’s team making it hard for her to even see him. Filming of the music video overran and costs spiralled to $7 million. Of the shoot, she says: “It was his song and I was there to support him. “Michael shot nights, I shot days. His record company would block off his set so I couldn’t see what was going on. They didn’t want me on set. I felt like they were trying to make it very competitive between the two of us. That really hurt me because I felt I was there fighting the fight with him, not to battle him. I wanted it to feel like old times between he and I, and it didn’t. Old times had long passed.” A few years later her family tried to stage an intervention in Michael’s life at his Las Vegas home — but he refused to listen. Recalling the conversation with him, alongside his brothers from The Jackson 5, Janet says: “I said, ‘We wanted to talk about you guys going on tour again and if you guys would do that as brothers. I would be honoured to open for you’. “He didn’t have much to say, he was stand-offish. I was really upset. “My family chartered a private jet and they came for an intervention. It was a way of us getting close again and he wasn’t having it.” But she admits they had started to grow apart years earlier, when Michael released his groundbreaking best-selling album, Thriller, in 1982. Janet, who was then beginning her own lucrative music career, explains: “It was Thriller, that’s when it all started to change. I remember really loving the Thriller album but for the first time in my life I felt it was different between us, a shift was happening. That’s the time Mike and I started going our separate ways. He just wasn’t as fun as he used to be.” https://www.news.com.au/entertainment/celebrity-life/janet-jackson-reveals-brother-michael-jackson-called-her-pig-and-slt/news-story/5df2bf7a01701d095260dc6233dfc106
  5. https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/music/story/2022-01-23/damon-albarn-blur-gorillaz (Relevant answers below) Hard because [playing a piano-only concert is] so exposed? You can’t hide behind anything. You learn whether the songs are any good or whether they were popular at the time because of the sound and the attitude. It’s a day of reckoning — and one, to be honest, that not much modern music could withstand. You think a lot of modern musicians are relying on sound and attitude? Name me someone who’s not. She may not be to your taste, but Taylor Swift is an excellent songwriter. She doesn’t write her own songs. Of course she does. Co-writes some of them. That doesn’t count. I know what co-writing is. Co-writing is very different to writing. I’m not hating on anybody, I’m just saying there’s a big difference between a songwriter and a songwriter who co-writes. Doesn’t mean that the outcome can’t be really great. And some of the greatest singers — I mean, Ella Fitzgerald never wrote a song in her life. When I sing, I have to close my eyes and just be in there. I suppose I’m a traditionalist in that sense. A really interesting songwriter is Billie Eilish and her brother. I’m more attracted to that than to Taylor Swift. It’s just darker — less endlessly upbeat. Way more minor and odd. I think she’s exceptional. LA Times also put out this messy tweet: And then Taylor responded in a matter of hours: And then, the backtracking:
  6. Not that I ever see this happening, but that would make my hybrid stan heart beat so hard
  7. This is the fourth time she was seen heading to or leaving the studio this past week. Then there’s the meetings she’s had with her A&R team this past week also.
  8. Roman Holiday

    Kim K debuts new figure

    https://www.instagram.com/p/CZLPwADrQTW/?utm_medium=copy_link Skinny thick Goddess
  9. WalkAway

    Xtina talks about Britney

    Stream LA FUERZA if you want these two to collab.
  10. How is erasing the existence of dwarfs entirely and turning them into magical creatures good for inclusion
  11. https://twitter.com/BBGVisualData/status/1486038975752069122/ TOP 1 in INSTAGRAM TOP 115 in SPOTIFY STREAMS TOP 29 in YOUTUBE VIEWS AND TOP 46 in ALBUM SALES Numbers do NOT LIE - BloomBerg Top 10
  12. Oh wow, oh wow!! Thoughts?
  13. Roman Holiday

    Kim K debuts new figure

    https://www.instagram.com/p/CZLPwADrQTW/?utm_medium=copy_link Skinny thick Goddess
  14. the Independent UK made its list of the best and worst singers turned actors and here what they stated : Beyoncé (worst) Think of Beyoncé’s acting credits — Obsessed, The Pink Panther, Dreamgirls — as an act of charity for the human race, a way of telling us that, hey, she’s not totally perfect. Try as she might, Beyoncé has never been the greatest of actors, with a wooden energy similar to Madonna. Thankfully, she seems to have stopped trying to be a thespian of late. Madonna (worst) It’s become a bit of a cliche to remark on Madonna’s inability to act, but it’s also not strictly untrue. She’s decent in A League of Their Own, Evita and Dangerous Game, but otherwise tends to be stiff and detached from her surroundings in everything else. Gaga (best) One of the great pleasures of last year’s House of Gucci was that Lady Gaga gave a real capital-p performance. Unafraid to go very big, Gaga used her role as a convicted — though naturally glamorous — murderer to showcase her range. She also proved that, a few years after her Oscar nominated turn in A Star Is Born, she wasn’t just good at playing pop stars similar to herself. Full list : https://t.co/rlg1tLgR4F
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