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Elton John News Archive
Just like the rest of his fans planning to see him on his summer tour, we have no problem putting aside our disappointment in not being able to see him, and would rather lift him up and wish him a speedy recovery! Appendicitis is no holiday, that's for sure!
The stars were OUT for The Race To Erase MS, and it was quite an event!!
Oh, and Elton John totally performed!! A-MAZING!
You know what? When it comes to the fight against MS, Sharon really hits it on the head: information is power! You have to study and read as much as you can and then figure out how you can fight back against a diagnosis! Never take no for an answer!
We're so inspired by all of this! We hope the cause keeps progressing like it has!!
Britney Spears is no longer a blonde, and we love it!!
The X Factor judge hit up a dance studio in Thousand Oaks yesterday, and once she was done dancing her fabulous butt off and and headed to her car, we almost didn't recognize her.
Miz Spears first debuted her brunette locks at Elton John's Oscar viewing PAR-TAY, and while her 'do was all nice and put together there — she rocked it messy after working out… but it was still looking good!
But to be honest, Britney can't ever look bad in any situation. After all, she is a goddess!!
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Wow! This is AH-mazies!
Sir Elton John has been one of the strongest leaders in funding for HIV and AIDS research for the past two decades… And now, after 21 years, The Elton John AIDS Foundation has announced that they've reached the historic milestone of raising more than $300 million.
The charity focuses on HIV/AIDS research as well as prevention, treatment, advocacy, and anti-stigma programs across the world.
The man himself commented on the huge milestone, saying:
Like we even needed another reason to love Elton John!
It turns out that the singer has been handing out hearing aids to needy children and adults while in the Philippines! The charity mission is a part of the Starkey Hearing Foundation in Manila to personally help fit more than 400 of the devices, allowing many to hear for the first time in their life!
Here's what the founder of the foundation said: