It’s time to kick off the annual GOOF (Greatly Overhyped and Overexposed Fool) Awards. Every year around this time, we spotlight the most scandalous, the silliest and most salacious stories of the year. This year, all things Kardashian will be enshrined.
†In the wake of same-sex marriage being legalized in Great Britain, English native Sir Elton John and his husband David Furnish — already married in the U.S. — will again wed in what John calls “a very quiet” ceremony in Britain this weekend.
It seems that rapper Lil’ Kim’s financial problems have become more challenging in recent days.
The Evanston native, who won best actress in a musical for her portrayal of Carole King in “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical,” will be honored by the Sarah Siddons Society next spring.
The bass-baritone opera star talks about his career, his relationship with Lyric Opera and his fondness for the “Messiah.”
Cabaret singer Spider Saloff will be giving only one public holiday concert — her “Cool Yule” jazzy holiday show this weekend.
Things have moved pretty quickly for singer/songwriter Meghan Trainor, since she came on the music scene. While she first was known for penning for other singers, it was Trainor’s own debut single, “All About That Bass,” that really put her on the map.
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It always is interesting to see who and what are the most “Googled” in any given year. Now Google has given us the list of the incidents and personalities who were the most researched by people in 2014.
Without question, “Let It Go,” the Oscar-winning song from the Academy Award winning “Frozen” animated sensation is something you could barely escape hearing over the past year.