FOX Elton John, Mariah Carey, Billie Eilish and other major music stars gathered together for the Fox Presents the iHeart Living Room Concert for America on Sunday, and raised nearly $8 million to help fight the spread of the COVID-19 virus, and salute the strength and resilience of the U.S.
Ian Gavan/Getty Images for HarlequinsAs America grapples with the rising COVID-19 pandemic, Elton John teamed up with an array of artists on Sunday night to “lift your spirits” for the first ever iHeart Living Room Concert For America that aired on Fox. The concert not only served as means to comfort those worried about the outbreak,
ABC/Image Group LAMariah Carey is celebrating her 50th birthday – or “life anniversary” as she prefers to call it — by recording a new song at her home studio. The singer shared a fresh-faced selfie on Instagram Friday, showing herself standing in front of a microphone with headphones around her
NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images via Getty ImagesMichael Jackson is no longer with us, but his estate is continuing the King of Pop’s tradition of philanthropy. The Michael Jackson Estate is donating $300,000 to help three communities that have been hard hit by COVID-19: Broadway, Las Vegas and musicians.
ABC/Fred Lee Marlon Wayans calls Jennifer Hudson the “best karaoke singer ever,” because she’s able to sing him right out of his pants. The funnyman shared a video clip of Hudson channeling her inner Aretha Franklin, singing the 1968 hit “Ain’t No Way” during an apparent rehearsal for the upcoming Franklin biopic Respect, in which she stars as
Courtesy of Rock & Roll Hall of FameThe 2020 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony has joined the ever-growing list of major public events affected by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. The ceremony, which was to have taken place May 2, at the Public Auditorium in Cleveland, has been
iStock/Cesare FerrariFor several weeks, artists have been announcing concert tour cancellations. But now, all the tours are being canceled for all the artists. Well — almost all artists. Live Nation, one of the world’s biggest concert promoters, plans to press pause on all of the tours it’s currently promoting, both
2020 Coachella lineup; Goldenvoice Coachella organizers are looking to move the annual festival to October due to concerns over the COVID-19 coronavirus, according to multiple outlets. Billboard and Variety report that promoter Goldenvoice is working to reschedule the 2020 event, scheduled for April 10-12 and April 17-19 in Indio, California,