Dressed in a plaid suit and tousled hair, Styles performed songs off his debut solo album.
Stars from 2017 faced off against stars from 1977 in a time travel edition of Celebrity Family Feud on Saturday Night Live last weekend. The celebrity filled cast featured Harry Styles moving like Mick Jagger, Cecily Strong getting into character as an overly enthusiastic Liza Minnelli, and Jimmy Fallon portraying John Travolta from both 1977 […]
Harry Styles' first post-One Direction appearance on Saturday Night Live was pitch perfect. The former boy-bander pulled double duty during the Jimmy Fallon-hosted episode by fulfilling his musical guest duties with performances of his new singles, "Sign of the Times" and "Ever Since New York,"... Read More >
“Solo? Why would anyone in a successful band go solo?”
One Direction's Harry Styles really wants people to know that he is a Serious Rock Musician now! He announced his debut solo single with a very dramatic commercial, titled it "Sign Of The Times," and released it on the 30th anniversary of Prince's Sign O' The Times, and last night, he performed it as the…
Harry Styles debuted his Mick Jagger impression on "Saturday Night Live" last night, and showed off his pipes with a set of tunes.
It was honestly a matter of time before Harry Styles tried his luck with a Mick Jagger impersonation, so we regret to inform you that he decided to go with a Keith Richards route on SNL instead. (Kidding.) His body is loose. His harmonizing is on point. His shirt is ... More »
Harry Styles did the most hilarious Mick Jagger impression on tonight’s episode of Saturday Night Live! The 23-year-old singer channeled the Rolling Stones frontman in the “Celebrity Family Feud” sketch. The skit portrayed stars from the 1970s who time traveled to compete against current celebs. Mick (Harry), Liza Minnelli (Cecily Strong), Diana Ross (Sasheer Zamata), [...]
Stephen Shapiro started in apartment leasing when he arrived in L.A. from Philadelphia in the 1970s. Early on, he found a niche leasing property to celebrities including Al Pacino and Mick Jagger in Beverly Hills. Selling agents didn't think it was worth their while to get into property leasing, so this space was all his...
Scores of rock legends and other celebrities sang the praises of Chuck Berry Saturday after the iconic musician died at the age of 90.
That's Sir Ray Davies to you. The Kinks legend was officially knighted by Prince Charles in a ceremony at London's Buckingham Palace today, The Daily Mail reports, joining the likes of Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger, and Elton John in knighthood. "Initially I felt a mixture of surprise, humility, joy, and a bit embarrassed," Davies said…
Marsha Hunt (born 1946) is an American actress, novelist, singer and former model, who has lived mostly in Britain and Ireland. She achieved national fame when she appeared in London as Dionne in the long-running rock musical Hair. She...Show More Summary
Fashion and film came together Saturday night at the annual pre-Oscars dinner hosted by Chanel and Charles Finch at Madeo on Beverly Boulevard. "Nice bead work. Very, very nice," Mick Jagger told a guest at the cocktails-and-dinner affair as he admired the five strings of Chanel pearls draping...
"Why then, when we think of music, do we think of Chuck Berry's Gibson 335, Mick Jagger's lips, the cover of Revolver, Michael Jackson's zombies, Blue Note's stark photography, and Madonna's breasts?" As one music historian points out, "It just didn't occur to people that you could correspond the music to some kind of visual […]
Bally’s fall-winter 2017 men’s collection taps into the 1970s style trend with a fun and pizazz. The fashion brand sets the mood with a reference to a gentleman’s club in New York City. Calling to mind David Bowie and Mick Jagger, Bally...Show More Summary
Fans of the Rolling Stones may have read Keith Richards’ memoir Life, and how it detailed the ups and downs of his relationship with Mick Jagger and his family, and even how he snorted his father’s ashes, an act that truly piqued myShow More Summary
Mick Jaggers memoir, detailing how he bought a crumbling multimillion-pound country mansion while high on LSD, may never be published.
There's apparently a secret Mick Jagger memoir shelved away from public consumption that chronicles the rock star's early years up until about 1980. At least that's what London publisher John Blake claims in an article printed by British magazine The Spectator, asserting that he holds the only copy of a 75,000-word manuscript written by Jagger…