Curly Sue (1991)
“In a sad and honest note Brian and I ended our relationship in March. We remain close friends and are committed to always doing our best for our amazing kids,” she wrote on Twitter. “Thank you for the support and have a beautiful holiday. Xo A.”
In a sad and honest note Brian and I ended our relationship in March. We remain close friends and are committed to always doing our best for our amazing kids. Thank
During a pivotal scene in Gillian Robespierre's Landline, just out on DVD, a familiar song begins to play. Curious to figure out what it was, I quickly Shazamed it on my phone to discover that it was Angel Olsen's 2016 song "Sister." It is an epic song -- almost eight minutes long, discussing the longing nature of wanting to change. I was initially delighted to hear a song that resonated with me back when years ago. But why was a tune from the late 2010's playing in a film that takes place in 1995?
Landline is a film that is all about time. It is rooted firmly in the mid-90's with plenty of political, social, and pop culture references (Jenny Slate's Dana remarks that her and her fiancé rented Curly Sue from Blockbuster and that "it's a good film"). The use of "Sister," however, speaks
The season 10 winner of The Voice released her new single “Deep Water,” and on Tuesday night, she returned to the singing competition to make her primetime debut of the soulful ballad.
The former child star — she starred in John Hughes’ 1991 movie Curly Sue — caught up with People on Tueday. Porter, 35, dished on her new music, her tight-knit bond with former mentor Christina Aguilera and her life as a rock star mom.
Congrats on “Deep Water”! How did the song come together?
I had been wanting to go to Nashville for a really long time and finally.
Though they are disappointing in comparison to RoboCop, both of its initial sequels—1990’s RoboCop 2, directed by Irvin Kershner, and the Fred Dekker-helmed RoboCop 3 from 1993—attempt to replicate different aspects of the original and are not without some amount of charm,
The Detroit native began her career at age nine on the Wwj children’s radio show “Storyland.” She went on to study acting at Wayne State University in Michigan and later attended the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art on a Fulbright Scholarship. She moved to New York City after graduation to pursue a career as an actress.
She appeared on Broadway in David Mamet’s “The Water Engine” as well as in Jules Irving’s production of “Landscape and Silence.”
Tarbuck played Lady Jane Jacks, Jax Jacks’ (played by Ingo Rademacher) mother on the popular ABC soap opera “General Hospital” from 1996 until 2010. She also appeared in five episodes of Ryan Murphy’s hit series “American Horror Story: Asylum” as
"I had such an amazing introduction into the public, and I don't want to take my foot off the gas, so let's go," she tells People exclusively.
The singer is "totally open" to collaborating, but hopes to be "hands-on and write as much" as possible. "For me, it's just continuing to follow my heart and do music that speaks to me," says Porter.
Looking up to artists like Adele, Porter wants to create songs that "really connects" to people.
"It never is the fairytale ending," she tells People exclusively. "I never really thought they were going to call my name. It's always like, 'Oh, I wish.'"
But since she sang her first song on NBC's hit singing competition, Porter has continued to win over America both with her soulful voice and with her emotional journey to happiness.
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"Oh my God, Adam – I think we talked every single day throughout this process and from beginning to end, with song choices, with outfits – he's so particular," Porter, 34, told reporters after the finale on Tuesday. "He's like, 'Your makeup tonight was perfect except for this.' And I'm like, 'Okay, well Adam said...'"
Because Lambert – who appeared on the eighth season of American Idol – has
It's been 25 years since Alisan Porter graced the big screen as the curly-haired, pint-sized orphan. Now, with her win on The Voice, the 34-year-old has moved on from "former child star" to singing sensation.
"I have retired Curly Sue, she is dead! I am now the girl who won The Voice," Porter told reporters after taking home the crown in the season 10 finale on Tuesday. "I would like you all to know. I've waited 30 something years for that! She's dead!"
Porter beat out Adam Wakefield to take home the coveted crown, and she said the moment was years in the making.
After battling through a highly competitive season, the singer was crowned the winner of The Voice on Tuesday.
Not only that, Porter also made history for Christina Aguilera who became the first female coach to have a winner. "Tonight is a true victory for women" Aguilera said backstage later, referencing the historic moment of the show.
Though the star-studded evening included performances by former Voice coach CeeLo Green, Ariana Grande, Sia, Little Big Town, Jennifer Nettles, Alison Krauss, Joe Walsh and Zayn Malik, all eyes were on Porter at the end of the night.
"I have retired
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