There was this 16-year old cheerleader who auditioned for the newest season of American Idol and she also happens to preach on abstinence. I’m not sure which came first but it appears that Lenny Kravitz has taken it to heart. The rocker told Spin magazine about giving up sex saying “[It's] just a promise I made until I get married. Where I’m at in life, the women have got to come with something else, not just the body, but the mind and spirit. It usually trips them out, but that’s the way it’s going to be. I’m looking at the big picture.”Read More
Daily Archives January 26, 2008
Mary J. Blige is on the new issue of Interview magazine and in her, pardon the pun, interview, she talks about none other than fellow singer Amy Winehouse. She says that “Someone like Amy Winehouse is so important to the music business right now. It’s very painful (to see her battle drugs). I hope she makes it. I think it (the music industry) kind of got lost and we ended up in a drought for a while, but I see it making a turn, so instead of music being just synthetic, we’ll see it going back to actual instruments. That’s what I’m hoping for anyway.” We’re all hoping for it.Read More
Madonna was spotted wearing a pair of Ed Hardy sweatpants on Monday as she exited the Claridges Hotel in London. It must be hard earning all that money going in her pockets that she has to keep in shape.
The Queen of Pop has recently teamed up with hair care brand Sunsilk in hopes to inspire women around the world to take the leap up off of their couches and live life to the fullest with the debut of a massive ‘Life Can’t Wait’ campaign. The campaign will debut during the broadcast of Super Bowl XLII on February 3 and will feature such iconic stars like Madonna, Shakira and Marilyn Monroe.Read More
Bobby Brown could wind up slapped with possession charges next month. While the piece of news isn’t exactly shocking for the R&B singer, I’m just wondering how this flew under the radar. Whitney’s ex-husband is due in a Boston area court on February 19th for a closed-door clerk’s hearing on whether he should get charged or not. The hearing stems from an incident in Brockton, Mass., on December 1st.
Authorities were called to a hotel for a report of a disturbance. When they arrived, troopers found Brown outside of a vehicle. Sources say that troopers found some drugs and Brown asked if he could “use discretion” and not charge him. That was when state police filed paperwork for the clerk’s hearing.Read More