YouTube vocal sensation Pentatonix joins such major-label acts as Kelly Clarkson, Michael Bublé and Mary J. Blige with seasonal albums topping Billboard's top 200 chart.
Last night, Claire Danes hosted the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize Concert Oslo’s Spektrum. The show had performances from Omar Souleyman, Mary J. Blige, James Blunt, Jake Bugg, and, fascinatingly, Morrissey. Morrissey performed three songs at the concert: “People Are The Same Everywhere,” “Irish Blood, English Heart,” and his cover of Lou Reed’s “Satellite Of Love.” [...]
Taking care of some media duties, a smattering of famous actors and musicians showed up for the 20th Annual Nobel Peace Prize Concert press conference in Oslo, Norway this morning (December 11). Mary J Blige, James Blunt, Claire Danes...Show More Summary
Club killer. Mary, Did You Know (Nola Bounce Mix) – Mary J Blige – DOWNLOAD LINK
In a recent performance for the WSJ Cafe, Mary J. Blige sang “This Christmas” (popularized by Donny Hathaway), with accompaniment by piano player (and “American Idol” music director) Ray Chew. Watch the video.
I don't know fully understand the details, and when someone casually mentioned that Mary J. Blige just played at a Central District Starbucks as we were driving by it, I thought there must be a mistake... but NO! Apparently Mary J. fucking...Show More Summary
Mary J. Blige is already bringing festive cheer to homes across America with her amazingly-titled seasonal album A Mary Christmas but ups the ante with suitably nostalgic video for “My Favorite Things” — The Sound Of Music standard also featured on Kelly Clarkson‘s Wrapped In Red. So what are Mary’s favorite things? It would seem that... More »
Combining two of the Internet's favorite things -- NBC's upcoming live remake of "The Sound of Music" and the holiday season -- Mary J. Blige released her own version of "My Favorite Things," the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic about silver white winters that melt into spring. Show More Summary
The stars come out but never shine. mpaa rating:PG (For thematic material, language and a menacing situation.) Genre:Holiday, Musical Directed By: Kasi Lemmons Cast: Forest Whitaker, Angela Bassett, Jennifer Hudson, Mary J. Blige Theatre...Show More Summary
YES MORE DRAMA Mary J. Blige wigs out for Christmas in Black Nativity Kasi Lemmons' adaptation of Black Nativity: Written by the poet Langston Hughes and first performed in 1961, Black Nativity is a retelling of the classic Christmas story featuring gospel music and an all-black cast. Show More Summary
Omar Souleyman, Mary J. Blige, and James Blake, too.
R&B singer Mary J. Blige was spotted stopping by the ITV studios for an appearance on the Loose Women show in London this morning. The star, who recently showed off her new body for SHAPE magazine, looked great. She was sporting … Continue reading »
Welcome back to another edition of FishbowlNY’s Cover Battle. This Thursday we have Shape versus The New Yorker. For its latest cover, Shape went with the queen of hip-hop, Mary J. Blige. We know, this is an unfair battle already. Blige is not only the legendary Mary J. Show More Summary
Crack is still wack! Mary J. Blige Talks Whitney Houston’s Death Via HuffPo reports: In the opening lyric of her 1994 single, “Be Happy,” Mary J. Blige said this: “How can I love somebody else, if I can’t love
Well hello, hello! Mary J. Blige is looking like the diva that she is as the chart topper shows off her amazing weight loss in the new issue of Shape Magazine. Inside the mag, the sultry singer talks about … Continue reading »
In the opening lyric of her 1994 single, “Be Happy,” Mary J. Blige said this: “How can I love somebody else, if I can't love myself enough to know when it's time, time to let go?” It seems that sentiment still rings true for the singer...Show More Summary