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Friday, May 3, 2019

Morrissey kicks off Broadway residency with a full-blown rock-and-roll concert by Chuck Arnold

When it started pouring rain as a line down the block full of Moz fans awaited the opening of Morrissey’s seven-show Broadway mini-residency on Thursday night, it only heightened the mopin…

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Thursday, April 11, 2019

In ‘Her Smell’ Elisabeth Moss actually sings … well, snarls by Chuck Arnold

As the Courtney Love-like, grunge-rock diva in the new movie “Her Smell,” Elisabeth Moss’ singing doesn’t stink. But then again, her role as Becky Something — frontwoman of the all…

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Friday, April 5, 2019

Whoopi Goldberg, Cyndi Lauper, Ciara to open NYC Pride 2019 by Chuck Arnold

Pride Week 2019 just got a lot more divalicious. Whoopi Goldberg, Cyndi Lauper and Ciara are among those who have been tapped for the June 26 opening ceremony of World Pride NYC/Stonewall 50…

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Thursday, April 4, 2019

Post-‘Waitress’ Sara Bareilles dishes on reclaiming pop mojo by Chuck Arnold

Since her last album, 2013’s Grammy-nominated “The Blessed Unrest,” Sara Bareilles has been brave enough to move from Los Angeles to New York, compose and star in a successful Broadway…

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Thursday, March 14, 2019

Suzanne Vega digs when fans sing along to ‘Luka,’ ‘Tom’s Diner’ by Chuck Arnold

Suzanne Vega is a real New York artist through and through: The singer-songwriter grew up in East Harlem and the Upper West Side, broke out of the Greenwich Village folk scene in the ’80s,…

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Sunday, February 24, 2019

Queen didn’t rule Oscars 2019 — but Lady Gaga picked up the slack by Chuck Arnold

Queen and Adam Lambert got Oscars 2019 off to a semi-rousing start with “We Will Rock You” and then “We Are the Champions” on Sunday night. But, especially considering the lack of a …

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Friday, February 8, 2019

5 reasons to say ‘Thank U’ for Ariana Grande’s new album by Chuck Arnold

Ariana Grande has already said “Thank U, Next” to “Sweetener.” Just six months after releasing her Grammy-nominated last album, the ponytailed diva has returned with her fifth studio…

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Thursday, December 13, 2018

Clay Aiken and Ruben Studdard have fixed ‘Baby, It’s Cold Outside’ by Chuck Arnold

From 2014 to 2017, Mariah Carey owned the Christmas concert circuit in New York with her annual holiday residency at the Beacon Theatre. But with the diva taking her yuletide act to Europe t…

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018

Hugh Jackman hypes new tour with backup dancers, orchestra by Chuck Arnold

While Hugh Jackman is gearing up for his first world tour, “The Man. The Music. The Show,” the Tony-winning actor is already plotting his return to Broadway. “I’m actively thinking a…

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Friday, November 2, 2018

Troye Sivan talks ‘Boy Erased,’ drops Queen cover for AIDS charity by Chuck Arnold

Troye Sivan is highly visible right now. In the new drama “Boy Erased,” which hit theaters Friday, the pop singer plays one of the young men undergoing gay conversion therapy alongside s…

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Thursday, October 4, 2018

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper crashed real concerts for ‘A Star Is Born’ scenes by Chuck Arnold

It isn’t just having true-life musicians such as Lady Gaga and Lukas Nelson in “A Star Is Born” that adds to the film’s authenticity: Gaga and Bradley Cooper also made a pact to sing…

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Bradley Cooper’s bromance with Willie Nelson’s kid inspired ‘A Star Is Born’ by Chuck Arnold

When Bradley Cooper saw Lukas Nelson — next-to-youngest son of country legend Willie Nelson — backing up Neil Young on guitar at the 2016 Desert Trip festival in Indio, Calif., the actor…

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Thursday, September 27, 2018

How Cher became the queen of Auto-Tune — and ABBA covers by Chuck Arnold

For her biggest hit “Believe,” which turns 20 on Oct. 19, all the way to “Dancing Queen,” her new album of Abba covers that drops Friday, Cher has enlisted Mark Taylor as her go-to p…

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Friday, August 17, 2018

Ariana Grande uses the word ‘happy’ 22 times in ‘Pete Davidson’ song by Chuck Arnold

Ariana Grande’s fourth studio album, “Sweetener,” dropped today, and she was not shy about pouring some sugary sentiments on her fiance, “Saturday Night Live” comedian Pete Davidso…

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Thursday, August 9, 2018

Jake Shears on Scissor Sisters’ breakup: ‘It was time’ by Chuck Arnold

With songs like “Take Your Mama,” “I Don’t Feel Like Dancin’” and “Let’s Have a Kiki,” Scissor Sisters were the ultimate downtown New York glam squad. But their fabulous fr…

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