Avril Lavigne is requesting prayers from fans after suffering from an unnamed illness this week.
On Sunday, the "Here's to Never Growing Up" singer shared information with a Twitter fan, including the fact that she had not been in the studio because of a health problem. The fan, @AvrilMusicChart, asked if Lavigne was in the studio working on another album and shared the exchange.
"I feel bad because I haven't been able to say [anything to] fans to let them (sic) no why I've been absent," the singer replied via a Twitter direct message. "I'm torn as I'm quite private." more >>
Carrie Underwood appeared on "The Tonight Show" with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday and performed her powerful ballad "Something in the Water."
The faith-filled song, which is Underwood's first new release since 2012's album "Blown Away," includes major Christian themes such as conversion, baptism, and keeping the faith, and it remains a staple on Billboard top charts. Performing "Something in the Water" live on "The Tonight Show," Underwood powerfully belted out lyrics that include: "I followed that preacher down to the river and now I am changed, and now I'm stronger, there must have been something in the water."
"Something in the Water" is featured on Underwood's first compilation album, "Greatest Hits #1," which hit stores on Tuesday. The singer has described the song as a "joyous, uplifting song, basically about changing your life" and defended her inclusion of faith in her music. more >>
Meagan Good is excited to see the Whitney Houston movie on Lifetime next month and expressed herself by reminding people about God's view of celebrities.
Houston, the 48-year-old recording artist and actress who died in 2012, will be the focus of the film titled "Whitney" directed by actress Angela Bassett. While former "America's Next Top Model" contestant and actress Yaya DaCosta will star as the main character, singer Deborah Cox will provide the vocals to Houston's music featured in the movie.
Good, the 33-year-old Christian actress, took to her Instagram account to post stills from the upcoming Lifetime movie, speaking about her excitement for people to see the film. more >>
Erica Campbell is leading gospel artists in the 46th annual NAACP Image Award nominations.
The NAACP Image Awards celebrates multi-cultural achievements and performances in television, recording, literature, motion picture, writing and directing along with people promoting social justice in creative ways. This year, gospel music artists are standing out with nominations in more than just the Outstanding Gospel Album Category.
Both Campbell and gospel music supergroup 3 Winans Brothers were nominated in the "Outstanding New Artist" category alongside mainstream singers like Aloe Blacc, Jhene Aiko and Liv Warfield. Campbell has been a member of the gospel singing duo Mary Mary with her sister Tina Campbell for years, but she debuted her solo album "Help" earlier this year. more >>
We all know how stressful it can be taking the train home at night after work. Everyone is tired and cranky, and all commuters hope they don't get stuck in traffic on the way back. But, what happens when someone does something and you can't help but put a SMILE on your face?
Well, no need to look any further. This adorable little girl decides it's time to get her groove on while waiting for the subway, drawing in a crowd of people passing by. It seems to catch on to a few who decide to join her. This little bundle of joy will make all your worries go away and make you SMILE as she dances to this man playing the guitar. Maybe you will be lucky enough to run into this girl while heading home today … or maybe even start your own dancing party!
Check out this adorable little girl dancing below: more >>
This music video to the song "Hallelujah" will show us the true meaning of the Christmas holiday. A cover to the beautiful Christmas tune that will touch your heart!
Jesus sacrificed Himself so that we may live. In this video, you truly see that they do everything to show the audience the true meaning of the holiday. No gifts or people saying "I want" in this music video. A beautiful illustration of Jesus being born, all the way until the day he sacrificed Himself for us. We celebrate the day Christ was born on this day. But, let us not forget the gift Jesus gave to all of us. The greatest gift of all!
Listen to this beautiful cover of "Hallelujah" and watch the music video below: more >>