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Celebs continue to rally help for victims affected by several recent natural disasters. Days after Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony put a together a multi-city star-studded telethon concert titled “Somos Una Voz Live,” Jay-z threw his third annual charity concert,“Tidal X: Brooklyn” in New York City. This time around he donated all ticket sales to organizations supporting victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria, as well as the earthquake in Mexico.
In the last two years, the music and entertainment platform Tidal donated proceeds to Robin Hood, the largest poverty-fighting organization in New York and the New World Foundation, »
- Thatiana Diaz
Ross is a seven-time American Music Awards winner and hosted the show in both 1986 and 1987. The award will recognize Ross’ artistic contributions to the entertainment industry and popular culture.
“I have endless memories of all the years that I have appeared on the American Music Awards,” Ross said in a statement. “It started with Dick Clark and The Caravan of Stars and American Bandstand. It was Dick Clark who said, ‘Music is the soundtrack of our lives. »
- Nicole Sands
Just four months after giving births to twins Sir and Rumi, Beyoncé is back on her red-carpet A game. The singer slayed her first red-carpet appearance post-pregnancy at the third annual Tidal x Brooklyn benefit concert for hurricane relief.
Her look was nothing short of typical Beyoncé glamour—she stunned in a custom emerald green Walter Mendez dress that featured a dramatic thigh-high slit and a keyhole cutout that showcased her curves. The 36-year-old singer draped a bold purple-colored fur stole off her arms and opted for Lorraine Schwartz jewelry and a pair of sparkly stilettos to add more flash to her ensemble. »
- Briana Draguca
Stevie Wonder is as shocked as anyone over the National Enquirer‘s report that his blindness has been cured. Related: Stevie Wonder Takes A Knee To Support NFL Players In Battle With Trump The “I Wish” singer stopped by “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” to share the exciting news with the late-night talk show host. Wonder, 67, surprised the live audience in […] »
- Shakiel Mahjouri
If Travis Barker's looking for another side project it should be party planning ... because the 14th birthday bash he threw his son, Landon, shamed just about every over-the-top Sweet 16. Travis turned his backyard into a mini-concert and the headliner was Lil Pump. Pump's got the No. 3 album on the charts, so it's a big deal. We're told there were around 100 guests, including Stevie Wonder's kids and other celeb spawns. [[tmz:video id="0_zncj0bro"]] Coolest part ... Landon got »
- TMZ Staff
Beyoncé celebrated a night out all for a good cause.
The superstar, who delivered twins Rumi and Sir in June, made a low-key appearance at Tidal x Brooklyn, held at the Barclays Center and benefitting those affected by Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma.
During his set, Jay-Z performed the couple’s duet “’03 Bonnie & Clyde,” which recently celebrated its 15th anniversary. However, Bey did not make a cameo on stage.
“Psych, y’all think Bey is coming out or something but »
- Mariah Haas and Janine Rubenstein
On Saturday night, Jennifer Lopez performed at One Voice: Somos Live! A Concert for Disaster Relief — the Puerto Rico benefit concert and telethon she organized with her ex-husband Marc Anthony and boyfriend Alex Rodriguez.
Lopez and Rodriguez personally raised $26 million in corporate pledges and donations prior to the event from the business, sports and entertainment world, and another $9 million was pledged during the event.
In addition to singing several of her hit tracks, Lopez also took the stage to champion the fundraising efforts of the show’s star-studded participants. The superstar was appointed a co-chair of the Empire State Relief »
- Maria Pasquini and Melody Chiu
When Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony come together for absolutely anything, you know it's going to be good. The former couple organized a star-studded benefit concert to help the disaster relief efforts in Puerto Rico, Mexico, Florida, Texas, and the Caribbean. One Voice: Somos Live!, hosted by J Lo and Alex Rodriguez, aired in Spanish on Telemundo and Univision at 8 p.m. on Oct. 14, and the third hour aired in English on NBC at 10 p.m. The whole thing was broadcasted live from Marlins Park in Miami as well as a closed set in La. Before the concert, Jennifer and Alex sat down with E! News, where she revealed just how instrumental Alex was in helping raise funds. "He calls me on the way there when I'm going there and he's like, 'Baby I got the Mlb and I got the head of the Yankees to donate this much and »
- Celia Fernandez
Jennifer Lopez is embracing the people of Puerto Rico and putting her power to good use.
The superstar is teaming up with her ex-husband Marc Anthony and boyfriend Alex Rodriguez for a special benefit concert and telethon titled One Voice: Somos Live! A Concert for Disaster Relief on Oct. 14 (tickets can be purchased here and a GoFundMe page to help hurricane victims is accepting donations here).
“Right when the hurricane hit Puerto Rico, Marc and I got on the phone and started talking about what we could do,” Lopez, 48, tells People exclusively about the event. “Alex was right next to »
- Melody Chiu
Michael’s journey from glossy pop icon to serious artist is explored in this film, which was directed and narrated by the man himself. Eventually, it’s the oddest and saddest of things: an autobiography that doubles as an obituary. The likes of Nile Rodgers, Stevie Wonder and Liam Gallagher testify to George’s talent and charm.
16 October, 9pm, Channel 4
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- The Guide
Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony are among the many big names joining forces for humanitarian aid with “One Voice: Somos Live!” The star-studded concert telecast airs Oct. 14 on NBC, Telemundo and Univision and will raise funds for those impacted by recent natural disasters. Among the artists performing in Los Angeles and Miami are Anthony, Lopez, Stevie Wonder, Gwen Stefani, Maroon 5, Jamie Foxx, Demi Lovato, Ricky Martin, DJ Khaled, Chris Martin, Mary J. Blige and Julia Michaels. Also Read: Here's Why 'Designated Survivor' Has Had So Many Showrunners Numerous other celebrities will appear during the event, including Vin Diesel, »
- Ryan Gajewski
For the first time in history, Spanish-language channels Univision and Telemundo are joining forces for a star-studded telethon to benefit those affected by the recent natural disasters in the southern United States, Mexico, Puerto Rico and areas throughout the Caribbean.
VideosLin-Manuel Miranda Helps Colbert Reach Puerto Rico Relief Milestone
One Voice: Somos Live! A Concert for Disaster Relief will air on both networks on Saturday, Oct. 14, beginning at 8/7c. NBC will also begin to broadcast the telethon in English at 10 pm.
One day in 2013, Adam tweeted at Justin Timberlake. He thought nothing would come of it, and so did his two bandmates, Matt and Scott. The next morning, they received a direct message from Justin on Twitter that said, "I've never done this before, but I felt the need to reach out to you guys." Fast forward two weeks later, and the three of them are having dinner with Justin at the Four Seasons in downtown Atlanta. Shortly before this serendipitous brush with arguably one of the most legendary music icons of our generation, Adam Hoffman, Matt Lipkins, and Scott Tyler, who make up The Shadowboxers, had hit a wall. Although they'd just spent two rewarding years touring with the Indigo Girls and performing in front of thousands of people, the album they made in 2013 didn't make much of a splash, and they were forced to rethink their plan moving forward. »
- Gina Florio
http://www.billboard.com/articles/news/festivals/7973873/stevie-wonder-takes-knee-2017-global-citizen-festival Blind since birth, Stevie Wonder still had no trouble becoming a known personality since he was so naturally gifted when it came to his musical talent. He was picked up as a rising star at age eleven by Motown’s Tamla label and has been performing ever since in one venue or another, always with Tamla. He’s been an inspiration to millions and has sold millions of records worldwide. Most recently he even showed his sense of unity by getting down on both knees with his son Kwame at the Global Citizen Music Festival in New York City. His music
[[tmz:video id="0_ihrl28fx"]] Stevie Wonder is telling TMZ Sports exactly what the national anthem protests mean to him ... and why taking a knee does Not disrespect the flag. We asked Stevie about the NFL movement sweeping the country ... and he told us that it's a fight for respect and unity -- two things Donald Trump wasn't preachin' when he told NFL owners to fire their "Sob" players. "People want to be respected ... the constitution's about everyone being respected, »
- TMZ Staff
Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers locked arms during the national anthem before their NFL football game against the Chicago Bears on Thursday at Lambeau Field in Wisconsin.
“This is not a protest, this is a unified demonstration of love and solidarity,” Rodgers, 33, said before the game, according to CBS’ Tracy Wolfson. “It’s a call to connect. This is about unity and love and growing together as a society and starting a conversation around something that may be a little bit uncomfortable for people.”
Adding, “But we’ve got to come together and talk about these things and grow as a community, »
- Karen Mizoguchi
The former TV host, who served 22 years in the Marine Corps and Navy, gave an emotional interview when discussing the athletes kneeling in protest during the anthem.
“We’re all acting like we’re upset because someone seems to have offended you patriotically,” Williams said on Tuesday’s episode of Great Day Washington, a local morning TV show in the nation’s capital.
“The majority of people I hear opening their mouths ― they didn’t put a »
- Karen Mizoguchi
“and we took a knee in solidarity of racial justice. #takeaknee#greysanatomy #300th,” Rhimes, 47, shared on Instagram Tuesday, along with a photo of her, Ellen Pompeo, Jesse Williams and Debbie Allen on one knee at the 300th episode celebration party. (Jason Winston George, who plays Ben Warren, was cropped out of the picture.)
“We kneel because we are supposed to be one nation under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all. #ilovethesepeople #300thepisode, »
- Karen Mizoguchi
On the heels of President Trump’s weekend-long war with the NFL and players who take a knee during the National Anthem, Daily Show host Trevor Noah spent part of Monday’s broadcast revisiting a question he once asked Tomi Lahren: What is the right way for black people to protest?
Noah began by mocking Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, who suggested on ABC’s This Week that NFL players “can do free speech on their own time,” but their First Amendment right does not apply on the football field.
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