The astounding reach of Beyonce’s cultural impact is illustrated by a Saturday Night Live bit where first lady wanna-be Ann Romney (played by Kate McKinnon), blurts that she’d kill her equestrian-competition horse to meet Beyonce. “I wouldn’t have pictured you as a Beyonce fan,” says Weekend Update host Seth Myers
Do we need another WikiLeaks film That is the question that the first trailer for
Last night’s The X Factor semi finale was a show full of double whammys.
North West may well take the cake for questionable celebrity baby names, but there is certainly some stiff competition.
Gray Bartlett, veteran Auckland musician, composer, producer and promoter, takes the credit for discovering and guiding the amazingly successful singing career of Hayley Westenra. Now he has the career of Wellington classical crossover songstress Toni Gibson in his care and declares her just as inspiring
The “King of Romance” has gone on the offensive over pal Bonnie Tyler’s dismal result in this year’s Eurovision Song Contest.
What started really slow ended without any surprises. We all know The X Factor is not about finding an artist who is incredibly talented and appreciated by its peers.
Nicole Kidman is in Cannes as part of the festival’s official competition jury, but little has been seen of her
Northern Irish actor James Nesbitt is in Wanaka today to film a Perfect Woman Competition heat for his New Zealand travel show. Nesbitt is presenting a documentary on some of New Zealand’s attractions, while he is in the country filming The Hobbit trilogy, in which he plays Bofur.