Fresh off last week’s major performance of the national anthem at the Super Bowl, Kelly Clarkson was back in the Sunday night spotlight for another major performance! Tonight (Feb. 12), the ‘Mr. Know It All’ singer teamed up with her friend, country crooner Jason Aldean, for a live rendition of their hit ballad ‘Don’t You Wanna Stay’ at the 2012 Grammy Awards.
We’ve got to hand it to Jennifer Hudson: The girl can perform in the face of tragedy better than most. First she performed a stellar National Anthem following the horrific murders of her mother, brother and nephew.
Now, she’s stepping in to pay tribute to Whitney Houston at tonight’s Grammy ceremony — but it hasn’t been easy for the ‘Dream Girls’ star. She broke down in tears several times during rehearsals.
Kelly Clarkson was in the spotlight from the beginning, as she got the nod to sing the national anthem at this year’s Super Bowl XLVI (Feb. 5) featuring the New York Giants against the New England Patriots.
The pair, who starred in the 2009 non-traditional rom-com ‘(500) Days of Summer,’ reunited to do an acoustic cover of Nancy Wilson’s ‘What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?,’ and it is every bit as sweet and precious as you would expect it to be.
This is one you'll want to share with your friends. Sure, Josh Groban always puts on a great show. But it's his sense of humor that always seems to catch me by surprise. (Remember the Kanye West Tweets?)
It was an evening of Surprises as Josh Groban took the stage Saturday at the Palace of Auburn Hills. As expected, the 30 year-old greeted the crowd with a mix of songs from his latest platinum-selling CD "Illuminations," and hits from his four previous studio releases. But it was when the singer took questions from the crowd via text messaging that things really got interesting!
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