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[[tmz:video id="0_ec70h6qc"]] There's nothing Cameron Diaz and Nicole Richie don't do together these days -- including partying like teenagers at their husbands' concert. The sisters-in-law fangirl'd out in the VIP section of Good Charlotte's Thursday night gig at the legendary Troubadour. While Benji and Joel Madden rocked onstage ... the ladies were rocking beside Nicole's dad Lionel Richie. Just a couple days ago, Cameron and Nicole shopped for shrubbery together ... so, they're definitely in the Bff zone. »
- TMZ Staff
By Scott Feinberg
The Hollywood Reporter
In a year without a clear frontrunner, the distributors of an unusually big number of films feel that awards recognition is within their reach — and they aren’t leaving anything on the table when it comes to promotional opportunities.
Already this season, the pre-Thanksgiving flurry of Q&As, lunches, dinners and cocktail parties has hit a fever pitch. Among the hotter invites: a screening of the doc short The Tuskegee Airmen: Sacrifice and Triumph at the home of Lionel Richie on Oct. 5 (it still was left off the Academy’s shortlist on Oct. 26); a party for Brett Morgen‘s doc feature Cobain: Montage of Heck at Robert Evans‘ home Nov. 5; and a hangout at Adam Levine‘s house for The End of the Tour‘s Jason Segel on Nov. 8. The list goes on.
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- Patrick Shanley
A new victim has emerged in the growing genre of kiss-off mash-ups inspired by Adele's masterful use of flip-phone technology in her "Hello" music video. In this case, the British Grammy-winning singer has no time for small-town cult hero Napoleon Dynamite.For those keeping track, previous mash-ups have revealed that Adele also does not have time for Lionel Richie: And Mr. Bean: Though maybe she has time for Mrs. Doubtfire: »
- Jackson McHenry
Ellen DeGeneres claims she's the inspiration for Adele's latest single "Hello" and proves it during a hilarious spoof of the song and its melancholy video.
"A lot of people don't realize her new song is based on a conversation that we had," the host begins before cutting to shots of the Adele video and a sepia-toned DeGeneres answering an even older and clunkier phone than the flip-phone Adele uses in her clip. Over the course of the phone call, the comedian can't understand what Adele is saying because of the »
Adele's "Hello" might be a record-breaking hit, but there was no stopping the Vines and parodies that quickly followed after the music video was released. While some might say Lionel Richie's response was the best, we have to give major kudos to James Corden and Billy Eichner for their parody, "A Lonely Halloween." The Late Late Show host and the Billy on the Street host got together Thursday to premiere their music video for their sad song. Having gone trick-or-treating together for years, Corden called Eichner to see if he wanted to participate in their annual tradition. Sadly, Eichner told him no. "I just thought it was something that we'd always do together," Corden »
A phone call between Ellen DeGeneres and Adele actually inspired the singer’s new song, “Hello,” according to the daytime host. And she has the video to prove it. DeGeneres spoofed her way into a mashup of Adele’s popular clip, which included a back-and-forth exchange of DeGeneres telling Adele she can’t hear her, and that she should hurry up. “It might be easier to hear you if you stop playing that piano,” DeGeneres said. “Seriously, speed it up. I’m kind of in a hurry. Just get to the point.” See Video: Adele Meets Lionel Richie in Inevitable »
- Beatrice Verhoeven
Lionel Richie has an epic sense of humor. When Adele released her now-hit single, "Hello," people immediately started to liken it to Richie's famous tune of the same name. With the Internet insanely creative these days, obviously people took the opportunity to turn her music video and song into funny Vines. But Richie was tickled by one creation in particular: a mashup of his video and hers. Nicole Richie's father Instagrammed the clip that splices similar footage together. In it he sings to Adele and asks, "Is it me you're looking for?" Adele abruptly hangs up. He also shared a split pic of the two of them on the phone and captioned it, "Hello @adele is it me you're looking »
Adele's new song, "Hello," has mesmerized the entire world. Celebrities are in tears, and several musicians have "conveniently" gone on hiatuses. But who really inspired the song? Ellen DeGeneres did . . . says Ellen DeGeneres. The talk-show host explains how a conversation between her and Adele really prompted the songstress to write her new track. It's really funny, and there are some cameos that I don't even want to spoil for you. Ok, Lionel Richie is one. But you saw that coming, right? »
- Maggie Pehanick
Adele and Lionel Richie‘s respective songs that are titled “Hello” have sparked a parody video that has since gone viral. Adele, Lionel Richie ‘Hello’ Parody Video In the short clip that splices the two “Hello” music videos, Adele is seen singing, “Hello,” into the phone. Cut to Richie singing, “Hello, is it me you’re looking […]
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- Chelsea Regan
Adele’s “Hello” has already been turned into a mash-up video with Lionel Richie’s song of the same name, but the ’80s pop star, himself, got in on the fun this weekend on Saturday. “Hello @adele is it me you’re looking for… ” the singer tweeted, along with a split screen image of the two of them holding phones. Hello @Adele is it me you're looking for… ???? https://t.co/X9rbXfmks3 #hello pic.twitter.com/4IbNlF5ThV — Lionel Richie (@LionelRichie) October 24, 2015 The internet’s original “Hello” mashup video, which dropped Friday, revolves around a phone conversation between Adele and Richie, »
- Linda Ge
Adele, say hello to Lionel Richie. Lionel Richie, say hello to Adele. In a turn of events that’s been inevitable since Thursday, when Adele dropped the new video for her song “Hello,” the Internet has gifted us with a mashup of the new clip and the iconic video for the 1984 Lionel Richie smash of the same title. Predictably, the mashup revolves around a phone conversation between Adele and Richie, which ends up being all too brief because — again predictably — Adele hangs up the phone on him. See video: 9 Adele Video Performances That Broke Our Heart Is it this you’re. »
- Tim Kenneally
The people at Blend TV are made of pure genius because they just rolled out this Lionel Richie x Adele "Hello" mini mashup. The YouTube vid is perfectly titled Lionel Calls Adele to Say Hello. It was only a matter of time before someone thought to make a clip like this, and we're totally Ok with it. To be honest, it's a refreshing break from all the celeb-style crying we've been doing over her emotional "Hello" vid. Adele's new album, 25, will be out Nov. 20, according to the singer's website. Does it come with a box of tissues? Directed by Xavier Dolan, the masterpiece is currently available for pre-order if »
You knew this was coming. Adele released her first single in three years this week, and the intro is eerily similar to Lionel Richie's 1983 hit, also titled "Hello." Faster than you can say "this would make a great mashup," a great mashup has been made. The YouTube channel BlendTV created a very short and very funny video combining the two songs. Watch it above; it will take 11 seconds of your time, and it's totally worth it. »
- Maggie Pehanick
After Adele released the thundering ode to screening student-loan calls, we could only think of how glorious a mash-up with Lionel Richie's 1984 single "Hello" would be. That song has had over 30 years to reign supreme as the ultimate phone-call anthem, but now Adele has entered the ring. Which song is better? We don't really have to describe, but this fantastic video from Blend TV is already taking sides.Adele will collect your clay head now, Lionel Richie. »
- Ira Madison III
There’s an awful lot of setup to Adele’s new music video “Hello” — but when one finally gets to the vocals, they’re as powerful as ever. The song itself has essentially the exact same note kickoff as the chorus of Lionel Richie’s 1983 tune of the same name. The newer ditty becomes very different from there: Adele belts out lyrics of a tragic breakup, and the video follows suit in sepia tone. The video for Adele’s “Hello” contains about as much phone chatter as the title would suggest. There’s even a payphone booth out in the middle of the woods — which. »
- Tony Maglio
Jimmy Fallon gave his fans a gift on Friday night, the eve of his 41st birthday.
(Side note: can we talk about how creepy the original music video is?! We adore our beloved Lionel more than a Kardashian loves lash extensions, but Wow, that video has some major stalker vibes happening!)
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Jimmy Fallon wants to tell you so much...how creepy Lionel Richie's 1984 "Hello" music video was. Because it was. It was super, super creepy. The iconic clip for the haunting ballad featured a woman playing the singer's blind love interest, who sculpts a bust of what she imagines his face to look like out of clay. The result: It looks nothing like Richie. It just looks creepy. Creepy like the rest of the video, which shows Richie basically stalking her. "Oh, it's wonderful," Richie tells her. Liar!! "This is how I see you," she replies. On Friday's episode of NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, a day before the host's 41st »
Jimmy Fallon had fun with some music video lore Friday as The Tonight Show host teamed with Lionel Richie to show the creation of the creepy Richie bust seen in the "Hello" music video. That memorable 1984 video concludes with Richie's blind love interest sculpting a clay bust of the singer's face, despite not knowing what he looks like. In the ensuing decades, the ending has been routinely mocked for how little the bust resembles Richie, something Richie himself later noted in an interview with Rolling Stone.
In Fallon's imagined alternate history of "Hello, »
"It's Vegas, baby! We're doing it!" Lionel Richie was all smiles as he announced plans to add his name to the line of celebrity marquees along the Las Vegas strip come April 27, 2016. During an appearance on Today, the "All Night Long" crooner made the big reveal, sharing that he will be moving in at Planet Hollywood, the current home of Britney Spears, for a 20-show residency. Can't miss this legendary event? The tickets go on sale Sept. 18. Richie sat down with E! News to talk more about this major moment in his legendary career of over 50 years. "It's the hippest thing on the planet. It's a destination again," the 66-year-old said of being »
Lionel Richie has promised his Las Vegas residency will be ''fabulous karaoke''. The 'All Night Long' hitmaker has announced he will perform at Planet Hollywood for 20 shows from April 27 next year, and though he is keeping his plans for the gigs under wraps, he warned concertgoers they should be prepared to sing along. He said: ''I call it fabulous karaoke because they're going to be singing louder than I'm going to be singing.There's no telling what's going to happen in the crowd, which is something I come to look for every night.'' The 66-year-old singer is delighted to be joining the likes of Celine Dion, Britney Spears and Jennifer Lopez in obtaining a residency in Sin City as he thinks performing there has become the ''hippest thing on the planet''. He told E! News: ''It's the hippest thing on the planet. It's a destination again. ''Every »
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