Girl SLAYS this power ballad, but gets a leeettle bit breathy on the finish!
AH well, she's Sporty Spice, she's probably all out of breath from hitting that rowing machine so hard, DAYUM!
Melanie C. recently floated down the stairs of Superstar and performed Andrew Lloyd Webber's classic I Don't Know How To Love Him from musical Jesus Christ Superstar, accompanied by ALW HIMSELF on piano!!!
PreeeeEEEsSSS PlllllaaAAAay (above) and get ready to cry thunderstorms of theatrical tears!
Oooo, we can't wait to hear ALL of Mel C.'s broadway covers - including a girl power duet with fellow spice Emma Bunton - on her forthcoming album Stages, which is due out this September!
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We’re not sure if this is a step up from X Factor, but we're def excited to see her wardrobe!!
Key roles were cast in Britain’s take on Jesus Christ Superstar, including Nicole Scherzinger as Mary Magdalene and Tim Minchin as Judas.
Magdalene is history's most well known whore, but
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What an exciting opportunity for the Scherz!
Last we heard from Andrew Lloyd Webber, he was still making the effort to bring his Phantom of the Opera sequel to New York.
Now, we've learned that Andrew is courting Nicole Scherzinger to judge his new ITV1 show Superstar, which is being described as follows:
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Awww! We'd LOVE to see this!
During a recent interview, Andrew Lloyd Webber's son Nick opened up about his upcoming musical adaptation of Antoine De Saint-Exupery's classic children's book The Little Prince, which will debut at the UK's Lyric Belfast theater on December 1st.
Here's what Nick had to say about it:
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Legendary musical composer Andrew Lloyd Webber has adapted The Wizard of Oz for a production at London's Palladium.
Andrew could have the dog playing Toto in his show waring just any common man's collar. SO he teamed up with Online retailer UrbanPup.com to make dog collars just for his show!
They made this Emerald Green crystal collar and lead set for Razzle, Dazzle and Topper, the three West Highland terriers that play Toto.
And they turned out looking hot as hell! Is there anything Andy can't do??
The Swarovoski crystal collar made of sterling silver and encrusted with citrine and clear crystals is available for $53.84 on UrbanPup.com.
[image via urbanpup.com]
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Everything is getting a revival these days, huh???
There's a lot of buzz coming out of Toronto recently and it has nothing to do with the royal couple being in Canada. No, the city is buzzing about a much higher power, one that Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice gave a voice in their smash hit musical, Jesus Christ Superstar.
A production of the show is
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The sequel to Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera will close on August 27.
Love Never Dies opened in London's West End in March 2010 to some pretty poor reviews from critics. The show was then relaunched after some rewrites and a few tweaks, and was even nominated for seven Laurence Olivier theater awards, but unfortunately, it just never caught any momentum and bombed at the box office.
While the Melbourne, Australia version received a much more positive reaction, Lloyd Webber says that he blamed his battle with prostate cancer on why the show flopped in London.
Unable to give the show his full attention, he said, "With hindsight we should have said, 'Let's put the whole thing on hold until I'm 100 percent again'. Frankly I wasn't feeling very well."
It's unfortunate to see another stage show close, but sources do say there is a possibility that the Melbourne version may be brought back to London.
Let's hope so. The show deserves another chance.
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