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By now, we’re sure you’ve heard that British vocal sensation Adele has a brand new single and album. Her sultry voice and her “what you see is what you get, no apologies” attitude has made her an icon in the music world. So, it’s no surprise that when her full album released to the public, it became the best-selling release of the year – in just 3 days…beating out this year’s previous record-holder pop princess Taylor Swift!
This album brings a new sound and style to Adele’s rich tones and catchy lyrics – and many are wondering if this change is a sign that Adele has “grown up”. Six years after the release of “19”, she’s now a devoted mother to her son, and rumors swirl over whether or not she married her long-time boyfriend, Simon Konecki, father of Angelo (her son).
Either way, “Hello” is a smash hit to a loving public, and has smashed records this year – and we can’t wait to see what the future brings for this bright, talented performer!
After the success of NBC’s “The Sounds of Music Live!” and “Peter Pan Live!”, the network is excited to debut it’s third holiday musical “The Wiz Live!” on December 3rd at 8 p.m. EST. The three hour television production is the modern retelling of the Broadway musical that featured Diana Ross and Michael Jackson.
The NBC cast lineup: Queen Latifah (the Wiz), Mary J. Blige (Evillene), David Alan Grier (Cowardly Lion), Ne-Yo (Tin Man), Elijah Kelley (Scarecrow), Amber Riley (Good Witch of the North), Stephanie Mills (Auntie Em), Uzo Aduba (Glinda the Good), Common (Gatekeeper) and Shanice Williams (Dorothy).
The special will be directed by Kenny Leon and adapted for television by Harvey Fierstein from the original musical’s book by William F. Brown. Fatima Robinson is the program’s choreographer, with Harvey Mason Jr and Stephen Oremus serving as the musical directors. Along with original songs, the production will feature new songs composed specifically for the live NBC version. While the live edition showcases many stars that audiences are familiar with, the lead role of Dorothy will mark Shanice William’s professional debut.
With animation and live action, the movie “Yellow Day” will reveal God’s grace in new ways this holiday for the entire family.
Yellow Day’s powerful true stories come from Camp Grace, an actual camp in Mobile, Alabama, where much of the movie takes place. It was Krisanna Roberts, a real Camp Grace camper, whose incredible spirit, creative nature, and true story inspired Yellow Day’s title. At fifteen years old, Krisanna, who battled cancer all her life, found she only had six months left to live. For these remaining months, the doctors asked her to name a color for days she felt well. She chose yellow. Her remaining days were almost completely “lived in yellow,” and she was known for wishing others a “bright sunshiny yellow day.” A “Yellow Day” is not a day where everything goes right, but a day when one chooses grace and joy no matter what happens.
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With animation and live action, the movie "Yellow Day" will reveal God's grace in new ways this holiday for the entire family.
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