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The energy at the MTV “Video Music Awards” reached a new height when the briefly-reunited ‘NSYNC broke in to “Bye Bye Bye.” Justin Timberlake exchanged pleasantries with his former band mates and strutted back to center stage as the notes of “Suit and Tie” blared through the sound system. With the VMA set in Brooklyn at the Barclays Center, could this be Jay Z’s moment to grace the audience with his presence?
It would not be. Justin explained why to 95.5 PLJ.
“We talked about it, maybe, but also I just thought that this would be a nice moment to share with the guys from ‘NSYNC,” Timberlake told “The Ralphie Show.” “You can’t give me this award without saying, ‘Look at what the group accomplished.’”
The superstar reiterated over the phone a fact that he cited Sunday evening: around half of his Moonmen were won with the quartet. Jay Z would not make an appearance at all during the show, but he and Timberlake linked up later in the evening at an after party.
Timberlake’s full interview with “The Ralphie Show” will air Thursday, September 5.
Emeli Sandé’s legal first name is Adele. She claims it isn’t a common name back in the UK.
“That’s why it was so weird,” she explained on “The Ralphie Show,” referring to her connection with THE Adele, surname Adkins. “Maybe three years ago someone said, ‘Oh there’s this new singer Adele and she’s getting bigger and bigger.’ That’s when I decided I should probably pick a different name.”
By this time, the buzz had already started around Adele with her album 19 and single “Chasing Pavement.” Sandé made the wise decision to use her middle name.
“I was featured on a rapper’s track,” she recalled. “I thought, ‘The name I pick here is going to have to be completely different.’”
Sandé went on to create her own name literally and figuratively in the UK. Her LP Our Version of Events was the highest selling album in the UK for 2012, moving over a million units. Now, she is making a splash across the pond with her hit single, “Next To Me.”
“I feel like a newcomer over here, which has been really fun,” she said. “It’s a massive country but we’re slowly kind of getting things rolling.”
For just beginning her U.S. run in January, Sandé has already accomplished quite a bit. “Next To Me” cracked the top 25 on six different Billboard charts, hitting number one at Hot Dance Club Songs. The singer performed at the “American Idol” finale, on “Dancing With The Stars,” “Today,” and at a special event in the White House. Sandé also covered Beyoncé’s “Crazy In Love” for the Jay-Z produced “Great Gatsby” soundtrack.
“I was asked if I’d like to come and do a version,” explained Sandé of her involvement with the project. “Brian Ferry and his orchestra had put together the 1920’s version. So, I was just honored to be involved with the project.”
She also made sure to seek-out Jay at the red carpet premiere in New York.
“I think he liked it. He seemed really cool,” she said. “I think because I did my own thing on it, and it was more suited for the film, then it worked.”
For those keeping track at home – yes, that’s events with Jay-Z and President Barack Obama in a month’s span. You could say Sandé’s plan to switch her name as to not cause any confusion worked out just fine.
An Internet hacker is reminding everyone this week that no matter how famous or not you are; your personal information can be compromised on the World Wide Web. A website believed to be operated or hosted out of Russia is alleging to have gone public with personal information on celebrities and political figures alike, including First Lady Michelle Obama.
TMZ.com first reported of the page’s existence Monday. Initially, 12 public figures were singled out. Credit reports, Social Security numbers, and phone numbers are published that allegedly belong to such stars as Jay-Z, Beyonce, and Kim Kardashian. Varying levels of information are also available about public figures, including Vice President Joe Biden, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, and Attorney General Eric Holder.
A Los Angeles Police Department source confirmed to the Daily News that Police Chief Charlie Beck’s info was posted to the page. The FBI would only confirm that the agency knew of the website’s existence.
Late Monday night, the list of targets grew to include Donald Trump, Sarah Palin, and pro wrestler Hulk Hogan.
Then Tuesday morning, information purported to be that of Michelle Obama’s was uploaded to the page.
Little is known publicly about the website. The “.su” suffix suggests it may emanate from Russia; the site’s Twitter page is written in Russian. We will link to neither on our page.
UPDATE: The list has grown exponentially since this article was written. Recent targets include R. Kelly, Mitt Romney, Tiger Woods, and
Life & Style Weekly reports that Miley Cyrus has been out and about minus her engagement ring. Senior Reporter Laura Lane explained why and also chatted about Adam Levine’s new girlfriend on “The Ralphie Show.”
Life & Style Weekly reports on Nicki Minaj’s new mini-reality series she will be filming for E!. Senior Reporter Andrew Nodell also talked about the pregnancy rumors surrounding Beyonce and Jay-Z plus Christina Aguilera’s new music video for “Your Body.”
Paltrow watched the show with producer The Dream, who initially took the heat for the… tweet, but later recanted to MTV News. Still he, along with Russell Simmons and others, have defended Paltrow’s words. The actress herself has also said she was simply stating the name of the popular Watch the Throne track, and meant no harm.
Being a middle-class white guy, I’m not about to talk in an authoritative manner about the use of a word that has had no effect what-so-ever on my life. That stated, I never use the word, in any circumstance, because to me it just doesn’t feel right.
Life & Style Weekly reports in the magazine’s latest issue about Jennifer Hudson’s time in court as she watches the trial against the man that murdered members of her family unfold. Senior News Editor Jordi Lippe also talked about Beyonce and Jay-Z’s recent date night and Lea Michele’s new pad.
The Ting Tings are managed by Jay-Z’s Roc Nation. Jay is an artist who has managed to stay true to himself while maintaining relevancy. Jules de Martino and Katie White hope to do the same, and that alone could explain the four-year gap between the duo’s breakout debut We Started Nothing and its latest release, Sounds From Nowheresville.
“We have to tour this record for two years because of the time we took and probably the awkwardness that we behaved like almost to get it done,” White told me during my sit down with the English band. “We feel like we have something to say, which is [important] to us.”
The singer said she would have hated the alternative: to release an album that the band simply couldn’t or wouldn’t want to speak about.
“We wouldn’t have been able to tour,” she said. “We wouldn’t have been able to do interviews.”
Surely that thought crossed de Martino and White’s mind a few years ago. After a recording session in Berlin that yielded countless songs, the group played its record label 10 final tracks. Columbia executives were excited beyond belief; the duo was far from satisfied.
“We weren’t not feeling them because [Columbia] loved them,” White clarified of the songs. “We just felt like we had more to do really.”
A single from that session, “Hands,” would eventually make its way on to radio. The Calvin Harris-mixed track serves as the bridge between what was The Ting Tings’ first album, what could’ve been its sophomore LP, and what is Sounds From Nowheresville.
“We totally respect dance music and what it does,” de Martino noted. “What we didn’t want to do is just jump on a bandwagon of fads and trends.”
So the group took its rhythm-based, multi-instrumental act to Spain and wound up recording its second album amidst isolation.
“We started to realize we wanted to make a record that represented music how we listened to it,” de Martino explained. “We felt that this record we made represented a playlist of lots of different genres of music.”
But the playlist isn’t exactly on shuffle: there is cohesiveness to Sounds From Nowheresville. During the interview de Martino mentioned The Killers’ Hot Fuss and the rollercoaster of emotions and stories the album takes its listener on from start to finish. That idea is certainly mirrored in Sounds: the ride begins slowly with Silence, and seems to hit full steam by track three, the catchy in-your-face single “Give It Up.” Energy peaks two songs later in the defiant “Guggenheim.” From there, the tempo slows gradually to a near halting stop on the final track, “In Your Life.” Coincidentally enough, the group wrote that song in Berlin, and recorded it in one take.
“I really wanted to make [Katie’s singing ability] prominent on this album,” de Martino said. “So to contain it we felt well why not a nice way to end is rather than end on a big track, why don’t we just let the album live there in this space, so people can sort of reflect on it, and talk about it.”
The plan worked with me, as I asked the question de Martino hoped for: Why did you end the album on such a soft note? Thankfully for de Martino and White, neither will mind having that conversation for years to come.
Life & Style Weekly reports in the magazine’s latest issue that Adele may be tying the knot soon. Senior News Editor Jordi Lippe also talked about a marriage that is definitely happening: Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake. Plus, “Real Housewife” Taylor Armstrong offers words of advice for Rihanna, and Jay-Z and Beyonce dine out with Blue Ivy Carter.