Gaither Music Olivia Newton-John‘s memory continues to live on thanks to a newly announced, remastered and deluxe edition of her Greatest Hits Volume 2 album. The album, which was first released 40 years ago, hits shelves on January 6. The offering will contain beloved hits such as “Physical,” “Magic” from Xanadu and the Grease tracks “Hopelessly Devoted to You”Read More →

Ron Galella/Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images Singer and actress Irene Cara, best known for starring in and singing the title song of the movie Fame, and topping the charts with “Flashdance…What a Feeling,” from the movie Flashdance, has died, her publicist announced on social media. She was 63. “ItRead More →

Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic If Marie Osmond has her way, Selena Gomez would play her in a documentary about her life. Speaking to E! News, the singer opened up about the possibility of having her very own biopic to tell her life story. “I think Selena Gomez would be amazing — only because she has been through aRead More →

Courtesy of Saint Laurent Rive Droite When Madonna first released her coffee table book, Sex, in 1992, it caused a worldwide scandal. Now, in honor of its reissue, it’s being celebrated next week at Art Basel Miami Beach, one of the world’s premier art shows and an important event on the globalRead More →

Alexi Rosenfeld/ Getty Images Elton John is a bi-coastal guy: Sunday night, he was rocking the crowd at LA’s Dodger Stadium on his Farewell Yellow Brick Road tour, and Tuesday night, he was singing in the middle of New York City’s Fifth Avenue. This holiday season, Elton’s partnered with famedRead More →

Andreas Rentz/Getty Images Annie Lennox is spearheading a new fundraising effort to fight against gender bias. The newly inducted Rock & Roll Hall of Famer has just launched the Circle Music Icons Auction, with proceeds going to her non-profit The Circle. “Ahead of the global 16 Days of Activism against Gender-Based Violence, IRead More →

Ben Gibson for Rocket Entertainment A computer glitch during Elton John’s Sunday night broadcast of his final U.S. Farewell Yellow Brick Road show at Dodger’s Stadium left some viewers watching on Disney+ a bit shocked. That’s because former President Donald Trump’s name showed up in the closed captions several times. Posts on socialRead More →

Ben Gibson for Rocket Entertainment While Elton John welcomed some notable names to the stage Sunday night for his final North American concert — Dua Lipa, Brandi Carlile and his “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart” duet partner Kiki Dee — the star power in the audience was pretty impressive. AmongRead More →

Scott Dudelson/Getty Images Instead of a sequinned LA Dodgers baseball uniform, he wore a sequinned LA Dodgers bathrobe, but Elton John’s final North American show Sunday night at Dodger Stadium will likely be just as fondly remembered as the original career-making shows he played there in 1975. The third nightRead More →