Demi Lovato is marking a special milestone in her battle against addiction this year, thanking God for being a "best friend" through the struggle with drugs and alcohol.
Over the past few years, Lovato has been very open about both drug use and experiences with an eating disorder and self-harming behavior. Today, just weeks shy of her third anniversary of being clean, the "Skyscraper" singer is giving all glory to God.
"3 years sober next month… Hell yeah," Lovato shared with her 27 million Twitter followers on Feb. 5. "God is so good. My best friend created the universe and still takes time to love me. #soblessed." more >>
During a concert, Michael Buble decided to do something to make a fan extremely happy. This special fan in the audience had been dancing all night long. So, Michael decided to put him on the main stage so everyone can see him.
What happened next was something memorable for both this special fan, and Michael. When he stopped his concert and told the fans why, they were confused at first. When this man came on stage everyone started to clap and then Michael started to rap a song … and it was AWESOME! This video will put the biggest SMILE on your face!
Check out this dancing fan at a Michael Buble concert below: more >>
Erica Campbell's debut solo album, "Help" has helped her earn Dove, Soul Train Music and Grammy awards along with Stellar award nominations. Now the Mary Mary singer is gearing up to re-release an updated version of the project with new material.
Erica, 42, has Grammy, AMA, ASCAP and Image awards among others as a member of Mary Mary. Now she has forged her individual path with her debut solo album, "Help" that recently earned her a Grammy award for Best Gospel Album.
Erica's husband and super producer Warryn Campbell has let fans know about the official date of the reloaded album release. more >>
Despite rumors to the contrary, Bobbi Kristina Brown will not be taken off of life support on Wednesday, the anniversary of her mother, Whitney Houston's death three years ago; her father, Bobby, called the rumors "egregious" and false.
"We support the candlelight vigil for Bobbi Kristina," Christopher Brown, legal counsel for Bobby Brown, said in a statement yesterday. "The Brown family is amazed by the love and support from all that attended. However, the false reports that continue to appear in print and on the internet are egregious and false and will be dealt with at an appropriate time.
"In particular, the false reporting of TMZ, The National Enquirer, The Atlanta Journal Constitution and the Daily Mail (UK) citing police sources, family sources, and Bobby Brown himself, will receive my attention. The desire to be 'first' has clouded the judgment of many reporters as they forgo accuracy. This is a criminal investigation and the integrity of that process requires silence. We continue to request privacy in this matter. We thank everyone that supported the vigil for Bobbi Kristina. God is hearing our prayers," he continued. more >>
Hozier, an Irish singer with the hit song "Take Me to Church" that was performed at the Grammys on Sunday, recently spoke out against the Catholic Church in an interview with Vanity Fair.
The magazine asked Hozier about his recent hit that includes themes about sexuality and tolerance along with his frustration with the Catholic Church, and he unleashed some harsh criticism for the Church during the interview. He also said he wouldn't mind getting in trouble with the Vatican over his hit song.
"I would love to get in trouble with the Catholic Church. I'm not religious myself, but my issue is with the organization. It's an organization of men — it's not about faith. I don't want the song to be considered an attack against faith, but when you have people feeling ashamed of themselves because of sexual orientation, or put themselves at risk by people telling them what [not] to put on the end of their penis, well, you wouldn't tolerate that from a company or government," he said. more >>
Kierra Sheard, the 27-year-old gospel singer, may be teasing fans with the possibility of a new venture in the form of a book.
Kierra, the daughter of Grammy award-winning singer Karen Clark Sheard of the gospel music group The Clark Sisters and Bishop J. Drew Sheard of the Greater Emmanuel Church of God in Christ in Detroit, took to her Instagram account to pose a question to fans.
"Would you buy my book?" Kierra questioned fans. more >>