Star Sightings: Lorde Wows the Crowd at Life is Beautiful Festival, Ariana Grande Dances in Hong Kong & More!

From popping bottles in Vegas to tons of birthday celebrations and fun performances, celebs are kicking off fall right!

Lorde made the crowd feel anything but blue during her performance on the first night of the Life is Beautiful Music and Art Festival in Las Vegas on Sept. 22, performing her hits like “Green Light” and “Royals.” The night was closed out by blink-182 and Chance the Rapper.

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Following his Saturday afternoon set at Marquee Dayclub in the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, DJ Khaled was briefly joined by Kesha at a private dining room at Tao Asian Bistro in the Venetian on Sept. 23. The “Praying” singer, who was in town to perform at the iHeartRadio Music Festival, congratulated Khaled on his festival performance before heading to her own table in the restaurant’s loft, where she enjoyed the chicken fried rice, lobster wontons and short ribs. As for the producer, he and a group
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En Vogue -- Ex Label Honcho Sues ... Hold On, Ladies! Your Failed Comeback Cost Me Millions

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En Vogue cheated on their record label and cost them over $100M ... so says the company suing the group for leaving them high and dry for another label. According to the legal docs ... Rufftown Entertainment owner Rene Moore says he doled out $190K to front a huge En Vogue comeback in 2010 with Og members Cindy Herron, Terry Ellis and Maxine Jones that never happened.  TMZ even found video of them in the studio in 2011 excitedly
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Exclusive: En Vogue Reunites for Lifetime Christmas Movie

Hold On: En Vogue is reuniting to star in a new holiday movie for Lifetime. In An En Vogue Christmas, the funky divas will play themselves, reuniting to perform a benefit concert to save the nightclub where they got their start.

An En Vogue Christmas opens with members Terry Ellis, Cindy Herron and Rhona Bennett having all gone their separate ways. But when the club that made them stars is forced to shut its doors, the trio organizes a Christmas-themed concert to raise money for the venue.

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En Vogue -- Legal War Settled ... Losers Stripped of Name

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Only two of the original four members can still call themselves "En Vogue" ... and the other two can go pound sand ... this according to a judge. According to legal docs, a judge granted "Ev" founding members Cindy Herron and Terry Ellis the exclusive right to use the name "En Vogue" while performing and touring ... after a long, drawn-out legal battle with former bandmates Maxine Jones and Dawn Robinson.Here's what happened ... Cindy and Terry sued
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En Vogue: What Happened After the R&B Group Lost Its Harmony

Although most people don't think of rock bands and R&B groups as corporations, the truth is that many are established by charter and members are equivalent to shareholders. There's also good reason why it might be best to have an odd number of core members -- like 3 or 5 or 7. In the 1990s, the female R&B group En Vogue burst onto the music scene as a sophisticated reincarnation of the girl groups from a previous doo-wop era. Cindy Herron-Braggs, Maxine Jones, Dawn Robinson and Terry Ellis were the original lineup who produced such hits as "Hold On,

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En Vogue members sue each other

Three members of En Vogue have revealed that they are suing each other. Singer Maxine Jones, who left the band earlier this month, revealed on her Twitter page that her bandmates Terry Ellis and Cindy Herron "forced" her out and have taken legal action against her. She wrote: "Yup Terry n Cindi r evil! They took over the LLC n bank acct, forced me out, gave my gigs to that chick Lol, and Suing #Me! "@MaxineJonesEV Real arrogant bitches drunk over power lol! My lawyer and I look forward to court! We're gonna catch it on our reality show 2 lol." Former member Dawn Robinson, with whom Jones plans to form (more)
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En Vogue announce UK reunion show

En Vogue announce UK reunion show
En Vogue have announced details of a reunion gig in London. The group, who have undergone several lineup changes since forming in 1990, will perform at London's IndigO2 on October 21. The concert marks a rare live UK show from the band, who last year reformed under their original lineup of Terry Ellis, Maxine Jones, Cindy Herron Braggs and Dawn Robinson. It is rumoured that the group are also working on a brand new album. En Vogue have released (more)
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En Vogue reunite at Essence Festival

The original En Vogue lineup reunited for a performance at the Essence Music Festival on Sunday. Cindy Herron-Bragg, Terry Ellis, Dawn Robinson and Maxine Jones performed a selection of songs by female artists who inspired them such as Gladys Knight and Aretha Franklin. However, due to time restraints they were unable to play their popular hits 'Whatta Man' and 'Hold On'. Speaking afterwards, Herron-Bragg told The AP: "It was amazing. I'm just glad we were able to connect with [the audience]." Robinson added: "We're just excited to be together again. It's like we never missed a beat. It feels normal again." En Vogue, (more)
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