The 45th Annual GMA Dove Awards took place Tuesday night in Nashville, Tenn. with Lecrae and Bart Millard of MercyMe hosting.
Over 42 awards were distributed to today's leading Christian artists, including Hillsong UNITED, Switchfoot, Kari Jobe and Mandisa, among many others. Furthermore, the night saw unique pairings, debut performances and special recognitions in an unforgettable evening led by Lecrae and Millard. During the Dove Awards, the rapper and the MercyMe front man shared several laughs as they presented the night's events.
"Some of our jokes we made up on the fly," Millard admitted after the ceremony. "I love Lecrae, we have been friends for a while and he is just one of my favorite people." more >>
Dancing With The Stars contestant Sadie Robertson was shining under God's light during this episode. She is using her spotlight to spread the love of God on those who watch.
During her practice time for her next big dance she made it known to everyone who she gives all the glory too for being part of these moments. Sadie and her family are truly inspiring people. If you have been unable to catch an episode of DWTS yet, be sure to tune in and watch Sadie's moves. She is definitely one of the best on the show!
Watch what she says here and SHARE her message with all! more >>
Alexandra Shipp has admitted that taking on the role of Aaliyah Haughton in the late singer's upcoming Lifetime movie was scary.
"Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B," starring Alexandra Shipp, will make its two-hour premiere on Lifetime Networks Saturday, Nov. 15, at 8 p.m. EST. The television movie, executive produced by Howard Braunstein, Debra Martin Chase and Wendy Williams, is based on the best selling book Aaliyah: More Than a Woman.
"It was scary, but I knew that I had to do it," Shipp told Kevin Frazier of "Entertainment Tonight." "I don't know, something in me was like you have to do this, you're going to love this experience more than anything." more >>
When Andrea Faustini stepped out on to the "X-Factor" stage to follow-up a great previous performance, no one expected him to have the effect on the crowd like he did.
Not only was it an amazing performance, it was the song choice and how well it was done that really sent it over the top. Could you ever imagine a man choosing to sing "I Didn't Know My Own Strength" by Whitney Houston. Andrea completely shocks the crowd with his beautiful voice. They are instantly brought to tears.
Listen to this unique and powerful performance below: more >>
The 45th Annual GMA Dove Awards took place in Nashville, Tennessee honoring today's top Christian artists on Tuesday night, including Switchfoot, Skillet and Ellie Holcomb, to name a few.
Switchfoot, which is best known for songs "Dare You To Move" and "Meant to Live" among many more, earned three Dove Awards including Rock Contemporary Song for "Love Alone is Worth the Fight." The Christian alternative rock band also earned Dove Awards for Rock/Contemporary Album of the Year for "Fading West" and the Long Form Video of the Year.
Another veteran rock band, Skillet, was also recognized during the awards ceremony. Skillet earned two Dove Awards for Rock Album of the year and the Rock Song for "Not Gonna Die." While the band was not able to attend the Doves this year because of their European tour, the group issued a special thanks to fans. more >>
One Direction, Stevie Wonder and Pharrell are among more than two dozen stars who united for the remake of acclaimed singer/songwriter Brian Wilson's "God Only Knows."
On Tuesday, BBC debuted the star-studded music video, which is designed to promote the network's new music initiative, BBC music.
Nearly 30 artists, including Elton John, Lorde and Chris Martin, appear in the video remake of The Beach Boys' sixties classic. The song was one of the first in pop music to use the word "God" in the title, which Wilson, co-founder of The Beach Boys, was nervous about at the time. more >>