Gospel singer Kim Burrell says she credits entertainment mogul Steve Harvey for transforming her life through his powerful testimony.
Burrell, 43, performed on the "Steve Harvey Show" Wednesday to promote her sixth gospel album A Different Place. There she revealed that the talk show host had changed her life when he shared his testimony on a religious program.
"Can I just say this? When you went on a religious television show, I never been touched like that because you said everything that I wish I could have been able to say," Burrell told Harvey on the show. "This is the one thing you said that changed my life." more >>
In response to Justin Bieber's latest profession of faith in Jesus, Candace Cameron Bure on "The View" said, "I think it's important to remember that when someone says they're a Christian it doesn't mean they're perfect. They are just a recognized sinner in need of God's grace."
She continued, "And so that's all Justin was saying. He recognizes that."
She went on to explain that he's made mistakes in the past and will still do so, but that we should applaud him and encourage him to continue to be a good role model. more >>
"The Voice" season 10 is set to come back this February, and there are reports that Christina Aguilera will return to NBC's reality show as coach.
Christina Aguilera will make a comeback as a coach in "The Voice" when the reality singing contest returns for its 10th installation in February 2016. The "Beautiful" singer will once again train new singing stars alongside co-coaches Blake Shelton, Pharell Williams, and Adam Levine during the show's next season, according to the International Business Times (IBT).
Williams is about to mark his fourth season in "The Voice" as the 10th installation comes in. He is starting to become a fixture in the show, especially after his contestant Sawyer Fredericks won in "The Voice" season 8, TV Line reports. more >>
When she was a little girl, gospel music star Erica Campbell dreamed about performing with the Winans family and The Clark Sisters, and now she's glorifying God for making that dream a reality.
Campbell, the 43-year-old "I Luh God" singer, performed along with BeBe Winans, 3 Winans Brothers and The Clark Sisters during the Howard University Homecoming Gospel Show on Sunday.
She took to social media to honor God for allowing her to take part in the gospel music celebration and to show her gratitude for a memorable experience. more >>
A group of women have decided that it's not enough to just follow the advice of cows and eat more chicken; they must sing about it.
The Texting Yoga Pants, a group of millennial-aged mothers who, apparently, wear yoga pants, posted a video titled "I Wanna Go To Chick Fil A" in August that has accrued over 940,000 views.
With little children in tow, the mothers go to the popular fast-food chicken sandwich chain and enjoy the services provided. more >>
Grammy Award nominee Francesca Battistelli is expecting her third child, but the singer has no immediate plans to slow down and has announced that she'll soon be embarking on her third annual Christmas tour.
Battistelli kicks off "The Third Annual Francesca Battistelli Christmas Tour" on Dec. 3 in Jackson, Tennessee, where she is set to perform her favorite Christmas classics. The 13-city event will feature special guests Tim Timmons or Shaun Groves, on select dates, and wraps up in Sedalia, Missouri, just days before Christmas on Dec. 20.
"I am so thrilled to be doing another Christmas tour this year," the "Write Your Story" singer said, describing her excitement about going on tour. "As a child, listening to Christmas music was one of my favorite things to do, and I try to bring that joy and excitement to this tour every night." more >>