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Written by Administrator Monday, 17 December 2012 15:43
Simon has huge faith that RiRi could help boost the ratings with her worldwide appeal and that Breezy would be a perfect candidate to fill in the vacant spot left by L.A. Reid.
With L.A. Reid leaving, Simon Cowell starts the search of a new replacement for the upcoming season of "The X Factor (US)". The Sun reports the British media mogul, who helped launch the successful career of One Direction, wants Rihanna and on-off boyfriend Chris Brown on his singing competition.
"Simon is a huge admirer of Rihanna and knows she's star quality. As well as bringing an aura to the panel thanks to her current standing in music, she is also feisty and will make great TV. Simon loves these sort of characters," a source says. He would love to have her sitting on the judging panel of either the U.S. or U.K. version.
This coming Christmas reportedly will be a perfect opportunity for Simon to meet RiRi. The former judge of "American Idol" will continue his tradition to enjoy the festive holiday in her home country of Barbados, while the "We Found Love" hitmaker is expected to fly back home to spend the holiday with her family.
As for Breezy, Simon is confident that the "Don't Judge Me" singer will be a good addition to the judge despite his bad boy reputation. "The US X Factor has improved on the first season's ratings but it's got some way to go to reach Simon's expectations. Adding Chris to the panel will certainly create a talking point," the source claims.
L.A. Reid leaves "The X Factor" to focus his energy on running his record label. "I have a company to run that I’ve kind of neglected and it saddens me a little bit, but only a little bit," the CEO of Epic Records told Access Hollywood. "I have a huge responsibility to a roster of artists and it's kind of time for me to stop doing the 'me' show."
Calling his stint on the singing competition that lasted for two seasons "a nice break," Reid did not rule out the possibility of ever coming back. But, he's "definitely not coming back next year." So, whom is he rooting for to replace him? "I have nothing to do with it, but my choice would be like Jon Bon Jovi," he said. "That's who I would pick."
Written by Administrator Monday, 17 December 2012 15:39
After hinting about a new album on Twitter the entire week plus posting a photo of himself working in the recording studio booth, Canadian pop star Justin Bieber visited the set of the popular talk show "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Friday, December 14, to announce that he's finishing-up work on a new acoustic EP targeted for a January 29, 2013 release. The album entitled "Believe Acoustic" will feature 7 songs and a bonus track, and will showcase Bieber in unplugged renditions of hits from his third and latest studio set "Believe".
This is not the first acoustic album for the young singer-songwriter. In 2010 he released "My Worlds Acoustic" that carried the re-visited version of his massive hit "Baby". "It's something I think the fans really like because, you know, I started out on YouTube just playing my guitar, just singing without all the production and stuff, so I like to just put out acoustic albums," Bieber told TV host and stand-up comedian Ellen Degeneres. "I think it's more intimate."
The teen sensation went on to disclose his feelings about being shut out by the Grammys this year, considering that just last month, the teen heartthrob bagged 3 awards at the AMAs (American Music Awards). He told his Beliebers who were bowled over the snub, "I'm so young, I'm only 18. I'm just blessed to be able to do what I love every day. And the AMAs was a lot of fun for me so... Hopefully, one day."
Bieber's first Grammy disappointment came after he lost out to jazz artist Esperanza Spalding two years ago for Best New Artist during his debut. He told DeGeneres that although it's a bummer, he still had many years ahead of him to win his first Grammy.
Written by Administrator Friday, 26 October 2012 17:23
Oprah Winfrey has scored Justin Bieber for the next installment of her ‘Oprah’s Next Chapter’ interview show and she was so excited that she shared a photo of herself and the teen idol. Don’t they look cute?
O has had some big “gets” on the series, with Lady Gaga giving her last major interview on the ‘Born This Way’ cycle. Ma Monster hasn’t spoken much since. Rihanna bawled over her deep-seeded love for Chris Brown this summer, and Fergie will share with viewers her struggle with meth (airing on Oct. 28).
Now, O is tackling The Biebs! He will appear on the Nov. 25 episode of the series, which is Thanksgiving Sunday. You’ll wanna pile a plate with leftovers and nestle into the couch and watch. Oprah tends to go deep with her subjects, and we think she’ll pull some great stuff outta The Biebs.
The talk show doyenne has been spending time with the singer, and can barely contain herself, tweeting about the experience.
See, even Oprah has Bieber fever. She tweeted about the interview being completed and about her joy at being invited to cover the singer’s Believe tour date in Illinois.
In addition to interviewing the singer, Oprah was granted backstage and behind-the-scenes access to the tour. She even covers one Belieber’s experience, who was selected to go onstage during a performance of ‘One Less Lonely Girl.’ Aw! We can’t wait to see how that process goes.
Written by Administrator Friday, 26 October 2012 17:18
Fans will be able to see Snoop Dogg‘s documentary ‘Reincarnated’ in theaters next February. The film chronicles the veteran rhyme-slinger’s spiritual journey to Jamaica and his transformation into the Rastafarian named Snoop Lion.
The documentary has garnered raves reviews at several film festivals, most recently at the Toronto International Film Festival. In addition, Snoop Lion will also drop the accompanying soundtrack in February so fans can understand his journey into the world of reggae music. “If I just drop this music, it leaves room for questioning,” he tells Billboard. “You wouldn’t understand the whole journey or the transformation. When I allow you to see the movie, to go on the journey with me, to see exactly why I’m the lion, why the music changed — [you'll] have a full understanding.”
Snoop Lion, however, insists that his transition into reggae music doesn’t mean that he’s done with rap altogether. For him, it’s just another outlet to express his creative freedom. “I came out in hip-hop, gangsta rapper, West Coast, that is who I am, that is what I will always been [sic] in hip-hop,” he says. “That’s why the transformation into reggae fits the mode better, because to me reggae is about love and peace and unity and struggle.”
When asked if he’s worried that some people might not accept the Doggfather crooning reggae anthems, he shrugs it off. “People respect me, so musically, I can do whatever I like,” he says. “When I took on a song that I had called ‘Sexual Eruption,’” it was a song where there was singing, 90% of the song, and it was one of my biggest records. One thing about me and the people, they appreciate my voice, no matter what it’s doing. If it’s singing, rapping, talking, they appreciate the voice and the time that I put into giving them something creative from me.”
Last Updated on Friday, 24 August 2012 15:40 Written by Administrator Friday, 24 August 2012 15:30
Oh my! Well we should have known that that Diddy and Shyne reconciliation was not going to last too long.
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