Justin Timberlake caused quite a tizzy at the White House on Tuesday (April 9). The “Suit & Tie” singer was visiting as part of an interactive student workshop called “Soulsville, USA: the History of Memphis Soul” and when First Lady Michelle Obama introduced him the kids went crazy.
Lady Gaga let her LGBT-friendly “Born This Way” message do all the talking when she turned down a big offer from the Republican Party.
With President Obama having just started his second term as commander in chief, it seems only fitting that the First Lady would make a repeat appearance on the cover of Vogue as well.
Beyonce is expected to face the media Thursday as she previews her halftime performance at the Super Bowl. But the focus will likely be on her performance at that other big event earlier this month.
Kelly Clarkson has been all over the news not only for her stellar performance of “My Country, ‘Tis of Thee” during the inauguration, but also for a candid moment with former president Bill Clinton.
As Beyoncé made her way to the platform to sing the National Anthem, she stopped to kiss the 44th President of United States, Barack Obama, who had been sworn in for his second term only a short time earlier.
To celebrate President Obama’s swearing in, Katy Perry will headline the official children’s inaugural ball.
Fresh off stumping for Obama last week in Ohio and Iowa, Bruce Springsteen has announced another campaign appearance for the president. The Boss will play a free concert at an Obama rally in Charlottesville, Virginia this Tuesday, October 23rd.
The singer wrote a letter to fellow Democrats asking them to shell out a few bucks.
The staunch Democrat mocks Mitt Romney at recent concert, but this isn’t the first time Babs has expressed her political views.