The red carpet is often a space for celebrities to present utmost glamour. And while this usually means high couture, it is also expected for women to show up with a full face of makeup. Recently, Pamela Anderson decided to subvert this assumption, attending upscale events with a makeup-free look. In doing so, the 56-year-old actress sent an inspiring message to women from all walks of life.
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Watch Jon Batiste “Break Musical Barriers” by Playing Beethoven’s ‘Für Elise’ as Blues and Gospel Music
Classical music sometimes seems worlds away from more contemporary genres. And yet, it is all connected. Grammy Award winner Jon Batiste is keenly aware of this, having received training in both classical and jazz training, as well as having experimented with pop and rock in his latest albums. When asked in an interview about breaking musical barriers, he took to the piano, and let the first notes from Beethoven's “Für Elise” do the explaining.
Macaulay Culkin Reunites With ‘Home Alone’ Co-Star Catherine O’Hara at Hollywood Walk of Fame Ceremony
The Home Alone movies, starring Macaulay Culkin, are iconic holiday films.
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This year, Thanksgiving came with an extra side of sparkle, all thanks to Dolly Parton. The country superstar took the stage for the halftime show at the Thanksgiving football match between the Dallas Cowboys and the Washington Commanders. With this dazzling performance, Parton kicked off the 133rd annual Salvation Army Red Kettle campaign at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas.
When planning their next musical endeavor, a Toronto-based choir shot for the stars.
When we think of the way people listened to music 100 or 150 years ago, the first thing that comes...
Airplane Passenger Sits Next to Man Playing Electronic Bagpipes and Shares This Discovery With the Internet
Among contemporary musical instruments, there are synthesizers, electronic drum kits, and electric guitars. But it turns out another instrument also has a modern counterpart. A video posted to Twitter by user @Vamos_DCU has been making waves online by introducing thousands of people to a unique invention—the electronic bagpipe. The user first spotted this gadget when his seatmate took it out on a flight. “A guy in my flight apparently plays the bagpipes,” they write.
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