The Saturdays singer is smitten with her new boyfriend, Dolce & Gabanna model David Gandy, because of their shared sense of humour and interests outside work, but also admitted she loves locking lips with the hunk.
She said: ‘He makes me laugh. And he’s really grounded. I like the fact that when we’re together we never really talk about work. I don’t want someone who’s obsessed with this world. I also love kissing. I feel like it’s really intimate and very special. I’ve only kissed four boys in my life.’
Mollie also admitted she has asked David for a copy of his forthcoming photographic book ‘ but he told her it would be “sad” for her to own it.
She said: ‘He has a coffee-table book coming out of pictures from his D&G campaigns and I asked him if it would be really sad if I had a copy too. He was like, ‘Yes!”
The 24-year-old beauty finds it funny that people regard her new relationship as an achievement, and wishes more people viewed the romance the way her bandmates do.
She added in an interview with more! magazine: ‘People keep saying to me, ‘Oh, well done Moll,’ like I’ve achieved something. But if the rest of the girls are there, they say, ‘He’s done well, actually.’ I’m like, ‘Yeah! You go girls!”
R&B Singer Teena Marie, Dead at 54. A publicist says singer Teena Marie, who made history as Motown’s first white act, has died at age 54. The confirmation came Sunday from publicist Jasmine Vega, who worked with Teena Marie on her last album. Her manager, Mike Gardner, also confirmed her death to CNN. Marie developed a lasting legacy her silky soul pipes and hits like “Lovergirl,” “Square Biz,” and “Fire and Desire” with mentor Rick James. She was known as the “Ivory Queen of Soul,” but was certainly not the first white act to sing soul music. However, she was arguably among the most gifted and respected, and was thoroughly embraced by black audiences.
Slipknot singer Corey Taylor releases charity Christmas single. Corey Taylor of Slipknot and Stone Sour fame has gone festive. Taylor has released a Christmas song. The track ‘X-Mas’ features the seasonal lyrics, ‘if I ain’t drunk, then it ain’t Christmas, you know where to stick those jingle bells, if I ain’t hammered it ain’t Hanukah, and all you Mother F*ckers can go to hell’. It is all for a good cause. Proceeds from the song will go to the Teenage Cancer Trust. It has been a rough year for Slipknot. Bass player Paul Gray was found dead in an Iowa hotel room in May. The official cause of death was revealed to be from an accidental overdose of morphine and fentanyl.
2010 Forbes Most Powerful Women In The World list. Lady Gaga and Beyonce Knowles have been named in the top ten of the 2010 Forbes Most Powerful Women In The World list. The pop stars ‘ who collaborated on the single ‘Telephone’ ‘ came seventh and ninth respectively joining a host of political leaders including US Secretary of State Hilary Clinton and German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the poll. American First Lady Michelle Obama ‘ the wife of US President Bracak Obama – took the number one spot. According to Forbes, this year’s index was based more on creative influence and entrepreneurship leading to the inclusion of Beyonce and Gaga. Moira Forbes, vice-president and publisher of ForbesWoman, insists the people featured in the top 100 had affected billions of people. She said: ‘The women on our list, through their respective realms of power and influence, are shaping many of the agenda setting conversations of our day. They have built companies and brands, sometimes by non-traditional means, and they have broken through gender barriers in areas of commerce, politics, sports and media and cultural zeitgeist, and thereby affecting the lives of millions, sometimes billions of people.’
Other entertainers on the list include talk show hosts Oprah Winfrey and Ellen DeGeneres, who came third and tenth respectively.
2010 Forbes Most Powerful Women In The World top 10:
1. Michelle Obama, US First Lady
2. Irene Rosenfeld, chief executive Kraft Foods
3. Oprah Winfrey, media mogul
4. Angela Merkel, German Chancellor
5. Hillary Clinton, US Secretary of State
6. Indra Nooyi, chief executive, Pepsi
7. Lady Gaga, singer
8. Gail Kelly, chief executive, Westpac
9. Beyonce Knowles, singer and fashion designer
10. Ellen DeGeneres, talk show host
Taylor Bright Takes US Teen Pop To Japan, And Starts Fall Campaign On XLTrax RadioPhiladelphia’s latest teen pop rock sensation Taylor J Bright relaunched her Japanese website yesterday, to support the ongoing promotion of her current iTunes hit single ‘Striped Socks’. Taylor is a songwriter, singer and actress who began her career on the stage. She has numerous professional theater credits including the 30th Anniversary National Tour of the Broadway hit Annie, Annie Warbucks, Carousel and 13 The Musical. Taylor has also appeared in several commercials and print advetising campaigns. Continue reading →