Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth have been photographed celebrating New Year together in Australia, sparking speculations that the two have gotten back together.
Last week, Miley Cyrus flew to Australia to join her ex-fiance Liam Hemsworth and his family in Byron Bay. There were reports saying the former lovers watched the Disclosure's performance at the Falls Festival on Saturday, according to Billboard.
An unnamed source cited by the Gold Coast Bulletin said Cyrus and Hemsworth were seen hugging and kissing affectionately and that they have "absolutely" rekindled their old flame. However, the source's statement has not yet been confirmed. more >>
Fantasia Barrino, synonymously known as Fantasia, has had a successful career since winning season 3 of "American Idol," but now the sultry songbird is singing a different tune for 2016.
Fantasia took to social media on New Year's Eve to reveal that she and her new husband would be bringing in the new year in the house of God.
"Happy New Year. We will bring it in different this year. Prayer is the Key to everything," she wrote, along with a picture of the two posing backstage at Triumph Church in Detroit, Michigan. more >>
Just days after Christmas, singer Natalie Grant desperately pleaded for prayers for her daughter, Grace, whose lung collapsed and was rushed to the hospital with pneumonia.
In an updated Facebook post, however, Grant revealed that prayers were answered because just days after the New Year her daughter is now home and out of the hospital.
"We are headed HOME! We are thanking God for the miraculous recovery Gracie has had. When we took her to the emergency room, doctors said she was at an 11 out of 12, with 12 being the absolute worst it can get on the respiratory scale. She shouldn't have been able to still walk. Yet here she is, five days in the ICU and now headed home. She is such a strong little girl and our God is such a faithful Father. She is still not 100 percent, and will be fighting pneumonia for awhile. But we are believing she will get stronger everyday. Thank you again for all of your prayers and concern xoxoxo." more >>
Country music star Justin Moore has offered prayers of "strength, safety, guidance and encouragement" to the family of fellow country musician Craig Strickland as rescue crews recovered the body of the missing 29 year old on Monday.
Moore, who's a singer and songwriter represented by The Valory Music Co., shared his condolences to the Strickland family on social media, describing Craig, who went missing during a hunting trip over one week ago, as "kind, thoughtful, bright, talented, driven, and so much more."
"As an artist, Craig has 'it.' From the limited time I've spent with him, as a human being, he also has 'it.' That puts him in rarified air, in my opinion," Moore wrote in a Twitter post on Sunday evening. more >>
A woman has accused R&B singer Chris Brown of hitting her in an incident at the Palms Casino Resort in Las Vegas.
Based on a report filed on Saturday morning, Chris Brown allegedly hit a woman on her head and took her cellphone after she attempted to take a photo with the singer. The incident, which occurred outside the Palms Casino Resort, is currently being investigated by the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, according to USA Today.
A press release from the Las Vegas police says the woman sustained minor injuries from the "battery" and the hotel security escorted the accuser out of the venue. She later came back to the same hotel to detail the incident to the hotel security. more >>
"American Idol" has launched the careers of some of the nation's favorite Christian singers, including Mandisa, Colton Dixon and Danny Gokey. As the show enters into its final season in 2016, many artists are sharing their reflections about the experience.
The final season of "American Idol" is scheduled to premiere on Jan. 6 and the Fox network has announced that its final season will include judges Jennifer Lopez, Keith Urban and Harry Connick Jr. Television and radio personality Ryan Seacrest, the competition's longtime host, will also return for the show's 15th season.
News of the series coming to an end was announced in May 2015 and since that time the show's successful alumni have publicly reacted to its cancellation. According to The New York Times, at the height of its popularity, "Idol" drew over 30 million viewers. The highest season on record being season 5, which featured gospel and contemporary Christian recording artist Mandisa. more >>