It's another boy for Alicia Keys and Swizz Beatz!
The singer gave birth to a son, who they creatively named Genesis Ali Dean.
He was born at 1:52am on Saturday, and weighed 6lbs 5oz.
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Rain or shine, it seems Taylor Swift's style is always on point!
Don't believe us??
Well, the blonde beauty and her family braved the less-than-stellar weather in NYC on Christmas Eve to catch Broadway's The River starring Hugh Jackman, and she made it through the drizzle looking flawless.
Not a single drop seemed to touch Tay's sparkling updo — and considering she didn't have anyone holding an umbrella up for her, she was basically defying physics!
Taylor even donned a pale blue boucle coat and white kitten heels, which easily allowed her to stand out against the gloom.
She thought of everything!
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Lindsay Lohan is dreaming of bright lights and treading the boards in New York!
That's right, she wants to star on Broadway!!
And no, we're not joking.
Lindsay is hoping to get a little hep from self-proclaimed "fairy godmother" Oprah Winfrey!
An insider said:
Ah! Vanessa Hudgens is really getting into her Broadway role for Gigi!
And it makes sense since opening night is just a month away!
So at the musical's media day in NYC on Monday night, the actress debuted a very Audrey Hepburn-esque 'do to complement her classic black dress.
She even styled the whole monochromatic ensem with a pop of red lipstick and gold flash, AKA temporary tattoos.
Um. Very interesting accessory choice. LOLz!
While it's not as glamorous as Gigi might want, V.Hudge is probably saving the drama for the show!
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It's almost Christmas!!!
We can't believe that our favorite holiday is this Thursday, but it is, and we're so excited!
But that excitement didn't keep us from having a busy week.
Alain Boublil is the librettist and lyricists behind such HUGE musicals as Les Miserables and Miss Saigon - and the legendary Frenchie just premiered a new work in Manhattan, appropriately titled Manhattan Parisienne.
However, do not go into this show expecting a massive chorus or flying helicopters. Manhattan Parisienne is is super intimate - a mostly two person musical in a small theater. There are no reserved seats! General admission!
The show is a sweet and simple modern-day love fantasia between a French woman and an American man and the musical features some staples of the French and American songbook. From Edith Piaf and Serge Gainsbourg to the Gershwins and Sinatra.
The story is almost irrelevant, though. Manhattan Parisienne is all about the song selections. And they prove to be a very enjoyable experience!
Performed without intermission, the show is like a fancier cabaret act. And because it's mainly all about the songs, our one big note is…. while the cast features some great singers, the intimacy of the theater and the grandness of these songs called for some PHENOMENAL singers. There is a big difference between great and phenomenal singers.
However, this cast did a fine job and it's a more than fine show!
With some bigger voices or bigger names, though, this could play to much larger audiences.
Manhattan Parisienne is very enjoyable - especially for a date night!
For those about to rock, we salute you!
There is finally confirmation that, after over a decade, there WILL be a School of Rock musical!
The 2003 movie, starring Jack Black, will make its way to Broadway in 2015, thanks to the actor and more famous theatrical
Andrew Lloyd Webber will write new music, in addition to some of the
Smash is coming back!! …sort of!
The beloved NBC series is coming back, not to TV, but in the form of a one-night-only benefit concert for The Actors Fund!
They'll be putting on Bombshell, the play within the show, based on Marilyn Monroe! What a fantastic idea!!
The cast and venue haven't been announced yet but the show's producers (Craig Zadan and Neil Meron) are the same folks who brought us Peter Pan Live! and The Sound of Music Live!
So you know it's gonna be FAB!!
Tickets are going on sale