Here we go!
Ch-ch-check out all the tweets (below):
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This might be the most beautiful one yet!
It's been over three weeks now since the tragic shootings at Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Florida and thankfully the push for change and awareness isn't going away any time soon!
Over the past couple of weeks, celebs like Elton John, Sofia Vergara, and more helped to pay tribute to the victims through videos or performances, and now Britney Spears, Gwen Stefani, Jason Derulo, Meghan Trainor, and a whole lot more are letting their voices be heard!
In an emotional new song titled Hands, Spears, Stefani, Derulo, and Trainor join Pink, Jennifer Lopez, Ty Herndon, Adam Lambert, Kacey Musgraves, Imagine Dragons, and Mary J. Blige in order to pay tribute to the victims of the terrible shooting.
But the great cause goes beyond a tribute and awareness as all of the proceeds for the song, which was released by Interscope Records, will benefit the Equality Florida Pulse Victims Fund, GLAAD, and the LGBT Community Center of Central Florida!
Ch-ch-check out the AH-Mazingly touching song (below) and make sure you help lend support by downloading the song HERE!
Now THIS is the kind of response we're talking about!
On Tuesday night, Elton John gave a touching and inspirational tribute to the victims of the Orlando shooting mid-concert. The message was just what we needed after these dark past few days and shameful silence from a TON of celebrities.
In John's speech, he spoke about the hate that continues to permeate THE ENTIRE WORLD and why it's so important the LGBTQ community remain strong despite the ignorance and despicable people that wish to take us down, saying:
"Tonight we are winning the fight against prejudice."
To keep it short and sweet, E.J. gave us HOPE.
You can watch the full message (below)!
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Preach it, E!
Elton John is arguably the most famous gay musician in the world, so it's about time for him to officially speak out against Gov. Pat McCrory and his beyond bigoted House Bill 2.
Luckily, the 69-year-old AIDS ambassador did just that in an open letter to North Carolina through The Hill on Tuesday where he not only defended his LGBT peers, but also offered suggestions on how to move forward!
In his essay, the Can You Feel the Love Tonight singer first pointed out how discriminatory and dangerous the laws truly are, saying:
Taylor Swift had one hell of a 2015!
With the mega success of her Grammy-winning album 1989, and her epically lucrative 1989 World Tour, the New Romantics songstress was the top earner of last year!
Swifty absolutely slayed the competition, earning a whopping $73.5 million largely thanks to her tour — which cashed in $61.7M for her 2015 haul.
But other factors like album sales and streaming sales helped — and even Ryan Adams' 1989 cover album helped make the pop star the top earner of publishing royalties!
While Swift's success isn't that surprising, the rest of the top ten earners may be…
Coming in at number 2 is
These two are collaborating on everything these days!
Per a report from Women's Wear Daily, Lady GaGa and Elton John are putting out a fashion line called Love Bravery. The musically inspired clothing and accessories collection hopes to "inspire compassion and combat prejudice".
According to the performers, the line will be featured in 150 Macy's stores as well as online between May 9 and August 30. To make matters even better, nothing in the collection will be priced higher than $100. Oh, and 25% of the purchase price items will go to Gaga's Born This Way Foundation and the Elton John Aids Foundation. So wonderful!
Summing up the line's vision, GaGa gushed:
"It's an honor to team up with Sir Elton John to create this line with Macy's. We need to make the world a kinder and braver place where men and women everywhere are empowered to live with compassion. That's what Born This Way Foundation is all about, that's what the Elton John AIDS Foundation is all about and that's what Love Bravery is all about."
Mr. John added:
"I love the idea of fusing who you are on the inside — your passions and dreams — with what you wear on the outside. Love Bravery is about the compassion on the inside to understand someone's fears, and the bravery on the outside to stand up for them, and for yourself: to accept others for who they are and to be who you want to be. It's what I‘ve tried to do in my life, my career and with the Elton John AIDS Foundation, and it's a passion Lady Gaga and I share. So I'm thrilled we are collaborating on this project and delighted Macy's understood our dream to connect with people this way."
Well, that sounds like an honorable mission! You can't go wrong with LOVE!
So, will YOU buy from this collection?
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Elton John is NOT staying silent!
It was revealed yesterday that the singer's former bodyguard, Jeffrey Wenninger, has filed a lawsuit against the pop powerhouse claiming his ex-employer sexually harassed him back in 2014.
But now, the acclaimed artist is speaking out against the allegations.
The musician's lawyer, Orin Snyder told People that his client believes Jeffrey is coming forward with these scandalous statement in a an attempt to make a quick buck:
"This baseless lawsuit is brought by a disgruntled former security officer seeking to extract an undeserved payment."
The attorney added the 69-year-old is flat-out denying that he ever assaulted the member of his security team, continuing: