This is incredibly sad.
— Stoya (@stoya) November 28, 2015
— Stoya (@stoya) November 28, 2015
Deen responded to Stoya's claim on Sunday night by tweeting:
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Morgan Page feat. Meiko - Think Of You [ CLICK HERE ]
Ivy Levan feat. Sting - Killing You [ CLICK HERE ]
Yolanda Be Cool - Soul Makossa (Money) [ CLICK HERE ]
Shannon Saunders - Lo Fi [ CLICK HERE ]
Gloria Trevi - Como Yo Te Amo [ CLICK HERE ]
Rissi Palmer - Sweet Sweet Lovin [ CLICK HERE ]
Lady Low - You Say You Don't Love Me [ CLICK HERE ]
This is such a sweet treat!!!
Perezcious fave Ivy Levan has unexpectedly and quite brilliantly collaborated with the legend that is Sting on a just-released song from her forthcoming debut album.
Sonically it's a departure from the stuff she's been releasing until now, but it's a welcome and organic extension of what she's already been doing.
Killing You definitely has a Police influence! That killer Sting bass drives the song!
This is soulful rock!!!
Check it out above!
We love Iain and Iain loves theater!
From talking tuxes with Bryan Cranston to sailing with Sting, everyone stopped by for a chat, including the legendary Chita Rivera!
And you won't believe what Iain asked Hand To God's Robert Askins!
Plus, what does So You Think You Can Dance's Nigel Lythgoe see in the future for our tapdancing talent?
Ch-ch-check out the video above, and for complete Tony's coverage click here!
The Last Ship is ready to stage its last show.
That's right, Sting's musical The Last Ship is setting sail and heading away from Broadway.
Ticket sales were dipping, so Sting himself actually joined the cast, as we previously mentioned.
But even adding Sting to the musical he wrote wasn't enough to drive people to the theaters.
Jeffrey Seller and Kathryn Schenker, the show's producers, said:
The Last Ship is a Broadway musical by 16-time Grammy winner Sting!!
What could've been an incredible show by an amazing artist turned out to be pretty underwhelming — we even reviewed the entire thing HERE if you'd like our in-depth analysis.
The play is pretty bleak and it takes a stab at being something great, but it just sadly falls short.
So we're not surprised by this move: Sting is joining the cast!!
The best way to describe the show is… like Billy Elliot without any gayness or without the heart and dazzle that show has.
And as we could tell by the opening night audience, there's only so much heaviness people want and can take!
The main problem with the show is the book, by John Logan and Brian Yorkey, and the decision to make the socio-political story the main one, while the more compelling love story and the father/son story played second fiddle.
If people were more invested in the characters and more attention paid to them and less to the more global "economic drama" in the show, The Last Ship would have been far more compelling!
The female lead, played by Rachel Tucker, is SEN-SA-TIONAL! She's almost too good! She makes her male counterpart pale in comparison.
Choreographer Steven Hoggett did a super job of injecting the show with some much needed joie de vivre, but those moments were few and far between.
We appreciate all that The Last Ship attempted to do. We just wish it would have done it all more effectively!
Are you sick of the same old ringtones? Not when Sting sings them!
Jimmy Fallon convinced The Police's famed frontman to do his own versions of the cell phone jingles we hear every day- and they're SO much better!
PLUS, one lucky audience member actually gets Sting to record his outgoing voicemail! What will he sing??
Ch-ch-check out the video (above) to hear all of the great new Stingtones!