Norah Jones just went from cute and innocent to seksi and wild!
For her latest album, Little Broken Hearts, the soulful singer was inspired to unleash her inner vixen by a poster for the 1965 film Mudhoney, which she saw on the wall of the studio she was recording in.
We gotta admit, we're lookin' and we're likin' what we see! Norah should try experimenting with this look more often, don't U think?
And in case you were curious….here is the full track list for the album too:
Talk about versatile!
We knew Norah Jones likes to try her hand at different genres of music and collaborate with all kinds of talent, but this is definitely not the direction we thought we'd ever see her take!
But holy hell, are we glad that she is!
Check out the singer's appearance with hip hop group White On Rice, comprised of Maria Falgione and Sarah Oda, in their video for Deal Breaker (above)!
LOVE this sooo much!
And it's so much fun to see her being silly and doing a little bit of the acting stuff again!
More! More! More!
P.S. Keep an eye out for a cameo from Saturday Night Live's Will Forte!
She's such an inspiration!
Cyndi Lauper will be doing a star-studded True Colors holiday concert to benefit LGBT youth this December.
Celebs who will be making special appearances are Norah Jones, Amy Lee, Rosie O'Donnell, Wanda Sykes, Carson Kressley, Chely Wright, Skylar Grey, Vanessa Carlton, Angelique Kidjo, Harvey Fierstein, Deluka, Debbie Harry, Alan Cumming and Clay Aiken.
Cyndi was inspired to create the benefit concert after meeting with a group of young homeless gay and transgender teens in NYC several years ago. It's estimated that 30%-40% of all homeless youth identify as gay, lesbian, bisexual, or transgender.
Alicia Keys will pay respect to the late Beatles guitarist ,George Harrison, next month when hosting her 8th annual Black Ball that benefits her charity, Keep a Child Alive.
The singer will honor Harrison's philanthropy work through his charity, The Material World Charitable Foundation, which he founded in 1973 to coincide with the release of his Living in a Material World album.
Keys' charity event will
Adele is just unstoppable!!
This week, her album 21 officially sold 10 million copies after just seven months from its initial release.
Experts say that it will most likely sell 13 million by the end of the year, which means, just under 1 million copies will be sold per month.
Guuuurl, you are unbelievable.
Her manager Jonathan Dickins says:
This. Is. Off. The. Chain. Amazing!!!
(excuse the outdated expression, but seriously)
EMI is bringing together a number of their artists and songwriters to raise money for the Red Cross. Each artists/band will be aucitioning off memorabilia for people to buy, and proceeds go directly to the Red Cross efforts in Japan.
Some of the artists participating include Coldplay, The Beatles, Daft Punk, 30 Seconds to mars, The Beastie Boys, Norah Jones, Katy Perry, Gorillaz, the Beach Boys, Good Charlotte, Kylie Minogue, The Kooks, Lady Antebellum, Billy Corgan of Smashing Pumpkins, and Arcade Fire.
Go here for more info!
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While we don't exactly agree with how Amy Winehouse can sometimes conduct herself, we do have to say we're pretty excited to hear a duet between her and the legendary Tony Bennett.
The two singers recorded the song together in the famous Abbey Road Studios, and the collab is supposed to appear on Bennett's upcoming Duets II, which comes out September 20th.
Chances are we'll probably hear it before then!
So who else is on the record?
As well as Winehouse, the new album will feature contributions from Mariah Carey, Sheryl Crow and Norah Jones.
Wow, Tony! Sounds pretty epic to us!
We can't wait to hear the album, that's for sure!
Are U looking forward to Duets II??
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