Usher, Michael Bolton, Sheryl Crow to Politicians: 'Don't Use Our Song'They're fed up with having their music co-opted without permission. So they made a hilarious video about it, which debuted last night.
Cyndi Lauper Performs 'When You Were Mine' for PrincePrince released the song on his 1980 album 'Dirty Mind,' and Lauper covered it for her 1983 debut 'She's So Unusual.'
Justin Timberlake and Anna Kendrick Duet on 'True Colors' in CannesTimberlake played an acoustic guitar backed by a second guitar, producing a more somber rendition of the song.
Cyndi Lauper and James Corden Duet on 'Girls Just Want Equal Funds'"Oh mama, dear, we're not the fortunate ones! / 'cause girls they want equal funds," Lauper sang at the start of the parody.
Cyndi Lauper Collaborates with Willie Nelson, Vince Gill and Yodeling Jewel on 'Detour'Cyndi Lauper called on some of the biggest names in country music when she decided she wanted to record an album of country standards.
Cyndi Lauper & Ani DiFranco Join 'Bathroom Bill' ProtestsThe artists are the latest to take a stand against North Carolina's controversial legislation.
Cyndi Lauper's Country Album 'Detour' Features Willie Nelson, Emmylou Harris & More"When I was a really young kid, country music was pop music."
Cyndi Lauper Bashes U.S. Senators for Not Passing LGBT Homeless Youth ActCyndi Lauper has released a statement through her political advocacy group True Colors Fund expressing frustration with the United States Senate.
Carly Rae Jepsen Wrote 250 Songs For Her New AlbumTo help her figure out which ones to keep, she's been having listening parties at her Soho loft. Jepsen wants to evoke Cyndi Lauper's pop sensibilities and enlisted Jack Antonoff, Tegan and Sara, Ariel Rechstaid and Dev Hynes to help her.
Cyndi Lauper, Toby Keith, Jerry Garcia to Be Inducted Into Songwriters Hall of FameToby Keith, Cyndi Lauper and Jerry Garcia are the newest songwriters to be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame.
Watch Stephen Colbert's All-Star Goodbye to 'The Colbert Report'But it was a bit "Hollywood" for the avowed conservative.
Bryan Adams, Willie Nelson, Cyndi Lauper & More to Play GRAMMY Foundation Legacy ConcertAloe Blacc, Robin Thicke and Melissa Etheridge will also perform at the 17th annual concert.