Frederic REGLAIN/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images Whitney Houston‘s legacy will be celebrated this summer during Chicago’s Ravinia Festival. On August 30, the festival will play host to the world premiere of The Voice Of Whitney: A Symphonic Celebration. The production will feature the original master recordings of Whitney’s vocals, set to newRead More →

Ricardo Gomes Madonna‘s lawyers have filed a response to a lawsuit by two fans who are suing the Queen of Pop because she started her concert late. The lawyers argue that the plaintiffs haven’t proven they’ve truly suffered any kind of “injury” due to her tardy start. The fans complainedRead More →

Live Nation Madonna is bringing her fans in South America a free “Celebration” to wrap up her tour. The Queen of Pop’s Celebration Tour will come to an end May 4 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, marking her first performance in that country since 2012. Even better, she’ll perform for free atRead More →

Courtesy CBS/The Recording Academy The 66th annual Grammy Awards, hosted by Trevor Noah, aired live from the Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles on CBS Sunday, February 4. Here’s the complete list of winners: Record of the Year “Flowers,” Miley Cyrus Album of the YearMidnights, Taylor Swift Song of the YearRead More →

Live Nation Madonna‘s management and her concert promoter, Live Nation, have responded to the news that two New York City fans are suing the Queen of Pop for the late starting time of her show in Brooklyn, New York, in December. Michael Fellows, of Brooklyn, and Jonathan Hadden, of the Bronx, bought ticketsRead More →

Ricardo Gomes Madonna has a reputation for starting her concerts late, but two New York City men feel they were so inconvenienced by her late start time, they’re suing her. Michael Fellows of Brooklyn and Jonathan Hadden of the Bronx bought tickets for Madonna’s December 13 Celebration Tour concert at Barclays Center in Brooklyn,Read More →