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Is it even possible to reminisce about Christmas in the '90s without getting Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas" or *Nsync's "Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays" stuck in your head? How about TLC's "Sleigh Ride"? And I still have a vivid memory of listening to Adam Sandler's hilarious classic "The Chanukah Song" on the radio back before the days of Spotify. If you want to take a trip down holiday season memory lane, listen to our '90s - and early '00s, because it just wouldn't be complete without Britney Spears and Destiny's Child - playlist below! For more holiday tunes, get our romantic Christmas playlist here. "8 Days of Christmas," Destiny's Child "All I Want For Christmas," Mariah Carey "All I Want Is You (This Christmas)," *Nsync "Baby It's Cold Outside," Vanessa Williams and Bobby Caldwell "Carolina Christmas," Squirrel Nut Zippers "The Chanukah Song," Adam Sandler »
Back in the 80s, before Secada went on to become a Grammy-winning singer and songwriter, he was a struggling artist. To make money on the side, he’d coach for an hourly rate. One of his clients in those early days was Miami Vice star Don Johnson.
"We got the call by somebody that was working with Don Johnson," Secada told uInterview exclusively. "He was doing a duet in Spanish. They needed someone to coach him though the song. He was doing the duet with a really well known Mexican singer. I got the job. I got the call. I did the job, and I helped him with the song. »
According to the New York Times, the producers have inked a three- year development and production deal with the Shubert Organization, a theatrical producing organization and owner of major theaters in Manhattan, New York.
Look no further than their company website for Storyline Entertainment to see how much the duo has accomplished. They "have earned a total of six Academy Awards, five Golden Globes, 13 Emmy Awards, two Peabody Awards, a Grammy Award, five GLAAD Awards, two NAACP Image Awards, and two Tony Awards with their various feature films, television and theater projects."
Their productions also include television versions of Broadway shows, [link »
Hollywood is mourning the death of fashion icon Oscar de la Renta who passed away on Monday, Oct. 20 after a battle against cancer. Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lawrence, Jamie Lee Curtis, Gloria Estefan, and Karlie Kloss were among the first celebrities to react to the sad news of his death, in person and via social media, in the hours that followed the announcement. Swift shared a photo of her stunning Met Gala gown, which she wore in May, via Instagram, captioning the picture, "My all-time favorite designer has [...] »
Stars took to Instagram and Twitter to mourn the loss of the fashion icon, and to celebrate his life.
Oscar de la Renta's impact on the world of fashion cannot be overstated. For some stars, they wore his work on the red carpet, while others even wore his designs at their weddings.
Video: Legendary Fashion Designer Oscar de la Renta Dead At 82
When the legendary fashion icon passed away on Monday, October 20, the impact of the loss could be felt radiating across the world of entertainment, and stars took to the web to post their condolences, messages of love and memories.
#OscarDeLaRenta was one of the most talented designers I've ever met. I'm lucky that I had the honor to wear his gorgeous clothes. What a true gentleman! #Rip (In Oscar in Nashville, #Vogue)
A photo posted by Reese Witherspoon (@reesewitherspoon) on Oct 10, 2014 at 8:15am Pdt
"Never in the history of the world have women been more »
The news Monday night that Oscar de la Renta died at 82 following a long battle with cancer left many of his Hollywood fans and fashion industry insiders mourning the loss of the legendary fashion designer. Taylor Swift wrote "My all-time favorite designer has passed away. Oscar, it was an honor to wear your creations and to know you. In loving memory" next to an Instagram photo of the singer-songwriter in one of his creations. Others taking to social media to remember de la Renta included Christian Siriano, New York Times fashion critic Vanessa Friedman, Gloria Estefan, Padma
- THR Staff
It was back to normal this week, Strictly fans: no theme, no guest judge and hopefully no crabs. Let the dancing commence!
So thats its for another weekend! Ill be back next Saturday, and well do this all again. Thank you all for your comment box wisdom, you are all entirely brilliant and hilarious. Ill see you next week, and in the meantime please come and say hello on Twitter @heidistephens if youre in the vicinity. Have a good week! Hx
Craig saves Mark and Karen, as does Darcey and Bruno. Len would have done likewise, so its a clean sweep for Mark and Karen. Which means its time for Tim and Natalie to go home he says some lovely things about Natalie and the honour of being on Strictly, and its all quite moving. Then Tims hand wanders off towards Natalies bottom and she gently moves it, »
- Heidi Stephens
Exclusive: When Birdman director Alejandro González Iñárritu stumbles into a suite in the Park Hyatt with his co-writers Alexander Dinelaris Jr, Nicolas Giacobone and Armando Bo, each feels the influence of last night’s party after their film closed the New York Film Festival. A little hung over and more than a little giddy at the rousing response given their frenzied film that was backed by New Regency and will be released Friday by Fox Searchlight, they swap stories of a wild night that included card tricks by street magician David Blaine that left them dumbstruck. Mostly, they are relieved to have pulled off a major parlor trick with Birdman, a satire that in equal measure skewers Hollywood’s superhero fixation, artistic insecurity, and even holier-than-thou critics who kill Broadway shows.
They did it with a movie that plays more like Black Swan than any recent Oscar buzzworthy black comedy to come along since. »
- Mike Fleming Jr
Gloria Estefan isn't paying attention to the Ariana Grande diva rumors. In fact, Estefan is such a longtime fan of the "Problems" singer that she thinks it'd be "wonderful" to have Grande portray her.
"Ariana Grande would be somebody wonderful," she said of having the 21-year-old star in the stage production of On Your Feet.
Photos: Ariana Grande's Best Looks
Estefan admits to the New York Daily News that she's been following Grande's career for a long time -- even longer than you may think. "I saw her when she was eight years old on a cruise ship and she had sung this song," Estefan recalled. "And I literally went up to her and told her and her mom, 'I don't know if you plan on doing this, but this is what you need to be doing because you are an amazing singer.'''
She added »
Gloria and Emilio have seen hundreds of people audition and looked at countless tapes of people vying to play them, and Gloria was honest about choosing the actress to play her.
News: Gloria Estefan Reacts to Clooney's Engagement
"I gotta be the worst person to pick that, because I'm so close to the subject matter," said Gloria.
The production opens in the fall of 2015, and includes much of the couple's ups and downs, including the 1990 tour bus crash that nearly killed Gloria.
"At that moment when we crashed there was a picture of us in the Miami Herald holding a crystal globe for $25 million in sales and the headline was 'Gloria and Emilio »
On yesterday's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Sofia took on the mouth of Fallon while he took on her lipstick covered lips.
Photo: What Is Sofia Vergara Doing in This Pic?
News: Top 5 Jimmy Fallon Lip Sync Battles
Fallon is hilarious as he speaks Spanish as a woman, and watching his mouth on Vergara say he loves Modern Family is another amazing moment.
And yet, the best part of it all is when Fallon and Vergara take on Gloria Estefan's "Conga" together with their new mouths and voices.
It even makes even them laugh!
Gloria Estefan‘s “Conga” has never sounded so bad. “Modern Family” star Sofia Vergara switched lips with Jimmy Fallon during “The Tonight Show” on Monday, and belted out the lyrics to the 1985 hit for one another. Also read: Sofia Vergara Says Emmys Pedestal Sexism Charge Is ‘Ridiculous,’ Internet Disagrees Before that, Fallon took advantage of his lips being superimposed over Vergara's to make fun of her accent, and speak crappy Spanish. Vergara, on the other hand, made Fallon appear to be completely fluent in her native tongue as he struggled to contain his laughter. See video: Stephen Colbert Gets Visit »
- Greg Gilman
If you're like us and value your sleep, you probably nodded off into your Ambien dreamland before the party started on post-prime time TV. Don't worry; we've got you covered. Here's the best of what happened last night on late night.
Sofia Vergara stopped by "The Tonight Show" to promote her new perfume, Sofia, and brought a sample for host Jimmy Fallon. The "Modern Family" star also asked Fallon if they could do a Lip Flip segment, since she was such a big fan of the bit, and always wanted to interview herself. Fallon enjoyed imitating Vergara's accent, while Vergara poked fun at Fallon's bromance with Justin Timberlake. The segment ended with the pair doing a short duet to Gloria Estefan's "Conga."
"The Blacklist" star Megan Boone also chatted with Fallon, though the actress was tight-lipped about revealing anything about the show -- so tight-lipped, in fact, that she momentarily pretended she couldn't speak. »
- Katie Roberts
Eva Longoria showed off her bikini body on Sunday when she took a dip in a hotel pool in Miami alongside her boyfriend, Jose Antonio Baston. Earlier in the weekend, Eva and Jose Antonio showed Pda when they popped up on the beach to hang out with tennis champ Serena Williams. The two female stars greeted each other on the sand and then lounged together under an umbrella. Serena wasn't the only star Eva met up with during her Miami trip, as she also shared a fun snap of herself hanging out with Gloria Estefan and her family. »
[As you probably already know, starting on Thursday, August 21, Fxx is running the Every Simpsons Ever Marathon, running through all 552 episodes of "The Simpsons," plus "The Simpsons Movie." To aid in your viewing process, Team HitFix is selecting our favorite episodes from each day, plus an episode or two that you can skip and use as a bathroom or nap break.] And then there were only two. Day 8 of Fxx's Every Simpsons Ever Marathon takes us from "The Regina Monologues" to "The Italian Bob," or from early in Season 15 through to early in Season 17. Honestly, I think that some of these are mighty funny installments for a show that went past its 350th episode in this period, but there's no question that a fair amount of repetitiveness had set in here and an impressive number of plots feel either cribbed from earlier shows, or at least siblings to earlier plots. I mean... Homer gets an Rv again! Sideshow Bob tries to kill Bart a couple times! The Simpsons go to... Italy and England and China! Perhaps that's why we're now just down to me and Sepinwall and Katie Hasty giving recommendations. But don't worry, we offered five up good episodes and I added two episodes that you can skip, though I »
- Daniel Fienberg, Alan Sepinwall and Katie Hasty
Be warned: The rhythm is gonna get you.
Well, not to-night but next fall, when the Gloria Estefan bio-musical On Your Feet! hits Broadway. The production colors the life and rise-up of the seven-time Grammy winner/Miami Sound Machine frontwoman, as well as the success of her longtime husband and musician/producer Emilio—who has no less than 19 (!) Grammys to his name—on their road to stardom.
Even better: If you think you got the means to let the music move your feet, the production is holding an open casting search called “Reach Gloria” in Miami and NYC this September, »
- Jason Clark
Khloé responds to French's "capitalizing" comments - Us Weekly Elizabeth Vargas has checked back into rehab - HuffPost Celebrity Which boy band member did the ice bucket challenge naked? - Gossip Girl Gwyneth Paltrow gets support from her friends - Lainey Gossip Gloria Estefan's musical is coming to Broadway - Hollywood Reporter Taylor Swift explains her silly dance moves - TooFab Will you see Jessica Alba's latest? - Rotten Tomatoes Let's clear up those Denzel Washington rumors - Wonderwall The latest on the killing of Michael Brown - The Frisky »
The new musical circling around Gloria Estefan and husband Emilio Estefan is set to hit Broadway in fall 2015, it was announced Monday. Entitled On Your Feet!, the Nederlander Organization production based on the life and music of the seven-time Grammy-winning Latin pop sensation and the musician-producer-entrepreneur will open on Broadway on Nov. 5, 2015, with preview performances beginning Oct. 5, 2015, at the Marquis Theatre in New York City Prior to Broadway, the show will play a five-week world-premiere tryout engagement at Chicago's Oriental Theatre from June 2 to July 5, 2015. The musical — following the couple's
- Ashley Lee
Boy-band fans got an exciting surprise this week when a brand-new *Nsync album dropped! Without any promotion, the new album, called The Essential *Nsync, came out on Tuesday. Apparently the lack of promotion didn't matter - the album is already temporarily sold out on Amazon, and as of Wednesday morning, it ranked as No. 9 on iTunes. The release comes almost a year after *Nsync reunited on stage at the MTV VMAs, and it's stirred up plenty of buzz in its first few days. So, what exactly is this surprise album all about, and what does this mean for the group? Here's what you need to know. *Nsync Didn't Know About the Album On Monday, Lance Bass addressed the album via the group's official Twitter account, tweeting, "New album out tomorrow! Who knew?! - Lb." He also commented via his own account, tweeting, "I love when the record label doesn't even »
Don't go for second best baby, put your love to the test
We're counting down to the weekend with a dazzling salvo of pop-related news, videos, music and idle pontification
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If you're in London, go and see Raekwon The Chef at Brooklyn Bowl. If you're lucky, he might bring his Friday night disco moves:
The new series of Noel Fielding's divisive Luxury Comedy starts on E4 next week (although you can watch the first episode now on 4oD). Instead of an office-treehouse, this series is set in a coffee bar. So naturally E4 have just sent us some Luxury Comedy-branded coffee.
A surreal experience with hints of whimsy and a note of tight leather trouser, »
- Sam Richards
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