John Legend joined Kelly Clarkson on The Kelly Clarkson Show to perform the duo’s new version of “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.” The track, which comes off Legend’s new holiday album A Legendary Christmas, has been updated for the modern era, with fresh lyrics like “It’s your body and your choice.” In the performance, Legend and Clarkson are joined by a band and a horn section as they duet on the soulful tune. The song gets a big band feel at the end as the instrumentals and vocals build to a climax. “I simply should go (text me when you get home),” the pair croons. “Oh, I’m supposed to say no (mm, I guess that’s respectable)/ This welcome has been (I feel lucky that you dropped in)/ So nice and warm (but you better go before it storms).” Legend recently responded to the controversy over the new lyrics during an appearance on The Tonight Show. “We knew there was some controversy around the original … [Read more...] about Watch John Legend And Kelly Clarkson Perform Updated ‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside’
Play video content EXCLUSIVE TMZ.com Kelly Ripa has no idea what the hell she's talking about when it comes to "The Bachelor" and her take on it is downright rude -- at least it was to Hannah Godwin, who was a finalist just last season. We got Hannah Wednesday night at Craig's in WeHo and got her take on what Kelly said earlier this week -- that the show is creepy and the idea of 25 exceptional women fighting for 1 "ordinary" guy is disgusting. Play video content LIVE WITH KELLY AND RYAN As one of those exceptional women, Hannah G thinks it sucks that Kelly's dissing all of Bach Nation. Yes, you can tell Hannah's a bit conflicted because she loves her some Ripa ... but ultimately, she wants Kelly to know the show worked out just fine for her. Of course, 'Bachelor' creator Mike Fleiss and 'Bachelor' host Chris Harrison have also gone on the offensive, saying, "Easy, @KellyRipa ... #TheBachelor franchise pays your salary!" Harrison tweeted, "Look out … [Read more...] about ‘Bachelor’ Finalist Hannah Godwin Claps Back at Kelly Ripa for Diss
From Carly Rae Jepsen and Lizzo to Bruce Springsteen, Vampire Weekend and Billie Eilish, the new episode of Rolling Stone Music Now podcast takes a look taste of 2019’s best albums so far. Rob Sheffield, Brittany Spanos, and Jon Dolan join host Brian Hiatt to take a look at the year in music and share some personal picks. To hear the entire episode, press play above or download and subscribe on iTunes or Spotify. Here’s the full list of albums mentioned on the episode: Lizzo’s ebullient breakthrough Cuz I Love You, Billie Eilish’s smash When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?, Sharon Van Etten’s synth-y detour Remind Me Tomorrow, Philadelphia punk band’s Mannequin Pussy’s turn toward songcraft on Patience, Carly Rae Jepsen’s strong Emotion follow-up Dedicated, indie-rocker Stef Chura’s hook-laden Midnight, Bruce Springsteen’s solo LP Western Stars, Priests’ politically charged The Seduction of … [Read more...] about What Are 2019’s Best Albums So Far?
Play video content Breaking News TMZ.com 1:21 PM PT -- 10/22 -- Toi-Lin Kelly tells TMZ, "I look forward to joining forces with Ray J, I believe we will be able to put together meaningful, authentic, and captivating projects representing Suge and his story." Toi says, "As Suge Knight’s fiancée and power of attorney I represent him and his business dealings, so I hold the responsibility of protecting and assuring his business is done as he’d do it authentically." "I believe I will be successful in doing so along with Ray J at the table. Ray J’s business resume speaks volumes and I trust we will deliver great projects together." Suge Knight's rise and fall is going to be immortalized in writing ... and he says he's tapped Nick Cannon to write the book. Suge shared the big news Monday during a phone call from his state prison in San Diego ... revealing Nick's plan to author the story of his life. So, why Nick?!? Suge says he considers him one of the most … [Read more...] about Suge Knight Says Nick Cannon is Writing a Book About Him
Dropped by agents, careers chopped short, many women who brought harassment suits against the network say they've been branded as toxic in TV news and wear a Scarlett letter: "I couldn't bounce back." Julie Roginsky was optimistic walking into her first meeting with an agent after leaving Fox News in 2017. A charismatic Democratic strategist and daughter of Soviet dissidents, Roginsky supplied a rare progressive voice on Fox shows like The Five and Outnumbered. The agent, who represents major TV news talent, had been pursuing Roginsky heavily over the previous year, dangling the prospect of incredible opportunities at Fox and elsewhere. Roginsky seemed poised to transition from part-time commentator to one of the network's full-time co-host slots, a role that typically comes with a seven-figure salary and the promise of lucrative book deals and speaking fees. But in April 2017, Roginsky became one of several women who sued the network and its former CEO, Roger Ailes, for sexual … [Read more...] about Fox News Whistleblowers, Struggling for Work, Claim Widespread TV Industry Retaliation: “No One Was Hiring Me”