Good for them!
But he wants to talk to the pop princess one more time!
Because he’s awful and cheated on her!!!
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Any excuse to get more people to hear Adele's version of Make You Feel My Love is fine by us!
Amnesty Interntaional is putting an all-star tribute album out to celebrate the man, myth and legend that is Bob Dylan. The charity album, dubbed Chimes of Freedom: Songs of Bob Dylan Honoring 50 years of Amnety International, will feature some of the biggest names in music singing some of Dylan's best. Sting, Dave Matthews Band and Adele are attached to the disc, as well as Patti Smith singing Drifter's Escape, My Morning Jacket singing You're A Big Girl Now and perhaps the biggest surprise of them all, Ke$ha performing Don't Think Twice, It's All Right.
Of the latter, Ke$ha reveals that she has always been a big admirer of Dylan and was honored to be asked to be a part of the video. She says:
At least he is for his upcoming series of shows!
Sting recently announced his Fall 2011 North American Tour, which kicks off in Boston, MA October 21st and runs through the beginning of December, but unlike past concerts, the iconic singer has instead chosen to perform this year in much smaller venues!
Very cool! We wouldn't mind being that up close and personal with him! LOLz!
Check out the tour dates and venues…AFTER THE JUMP!
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Sting is writing a new musical called The Last Ship, which kinda sounds like a horror movie. Wait, no, that was Ghost Ship. Whatever!
Here's a bit about it, but there is NO official synopsis yet. Bummer:
The Last Ship features music and lyrics written by Sting and a book by Yorkey, who will direct the production, according to a casting breakdown being sent around. No official synopsis was provided, though the character descriptions indicate that the production is set in the city of Newcastle in the 1980s.
Lead character Gideon is said to be a "charismatic, charming, cynical, worldly-wise" man in his thirties, who is "quick to buy a round or throw a fist" but "slow to open his heart." He is a Newcastle native. The Last Ship is in early stages, in a "throw it up against the wall and see what sticks" phase.
"Sting's first foray into writing for musical theater so we wanted to start having him meet actors and hear them sing at the earliest possible point."
The good news is that it will probably have brand new Sting music, instead of rehashing his catalogue. New Sting?? Yes please!
Apparently he's got like 20-24 of them ready to go, too!
Can't wait to hear more about it!
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We LOVE how he always manages to get the best talent to come on these shows!
Check out the just-released promo for Ricky Gervais' new mockumentary, Life's Too Short, which stars little person Warwick Davis as a fictionalized version of himself attempting to reclaim his star power, and will feature guest appearances from Johnny Depp, Steve Carell, Helena Bonham Carter, Cat Deeley, Sting, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, and Liam Neeson, to name a few (above)!
This looks absolutely HIGHlarious, and will certainly fill the void left behind when Extras ended!
What do U think?? Do U want to see Life's Too Short?
Call the Police … because they should've joined her for this!
Last night, Natasha Bedingfield put on a terrific show at the House of Blues in Hollywood as part of her Less Is More Tour! While she perfected a lot of her own original music, we were taken with this cover of the classic Police jam!
She does Sting proud!
Check out the video (above) to hear Natasha bring new life to Message In A Bottle!