08:11 AM EDT 11/27/2014
Originally posted 09/18/2012 07:40AM
Sweet dreams are made to come true for Annie Lennox.
The singer, 57, got married last Saturday in London, her spokesperson confirms. Lennox tied the knot with American Dr. Mitch Besser, also 57. The Harvard-educated gynecologist founded mothers2mothers, a private organization based in Africa that is dedicated to reducing mother-to-child HIV transmission.
The Mail Online reported that the private ceremony took place with 150 friends on a private boat on the Thames River.
Originally posted 08/13/2012 11:30AM
The closing ceremonies are over, the Olympic flame is extinguished and all's quiet over London. Sunday night, however, was a different story, with pop stars from the Spice Girls to George Michael to Oasis paying tribute to the games in a star-studded closing ceremony. It was a Who's Who (featuring The Who) of British pop stars!
Need a little U.K. this a.m.? Spice up your life this Monday morning with our Spotify playlist of the best songs of the Olympics closing ceremonies. And we're leaving out Russell Brand singing The Beatles. You're welcome.
Originally posted 02/07/2012 07:00AM
Talk about Royal Command Performance.
A variety of music stars – from Paul McCartney, Elton John and Annie Lennox to Jessie J and Ed Sheeran – will sing in celebration on June 4 to mark Queen Elizabeth's 60 years on the throne, it was announced Tuesday.
Organizer Gary Barlow, of former boy band Take That, said Princes William and Harry both have recommended acts that have yet to be announced, and more names will be revealed over the coming weeks. Among them, it is believed: Adele.
Barlow added that he wants the event, which will take place on a special stage based around the Queen Victoria Memorial outside the gates in front of Buckingham Palace, to have the feel of a "street party." ABC will air exclusive highlights of the concert on June 5.
Originally posted 08/18/2008 11:15AM
Annie Lennox has undergone successful spinal surgery for a back injury she sustained in Mexico while attending this month's International AIDS conference, her rep said in a statement Monday.
"The surgery [to release an impinged nerve] went as planned, and Annie is now recuperating at home," said her rep Roger Widynowski. "Annie would like to send her thanks and appreciation to all who have sent their well wishes in the past few days."
Originally posted 07/11/2008 11:50AM
Alicia Keys raised nearly $700,000 hosting Thursday's night's first U.K. "Black Ball," a star-packed London fund-raiser to benefit children with AIDS in Africa.
"Our main goal is that for [one dollar] a day we can provide the medicine and care to keep children alive," said the R&B singer, 28, a co-founder of the Keep A Child Alive foundation.
Keys, who's touring Europe this summer, walked the red carpet with her brother Cole, and told reporters: "I'm definitely excited about bringing the one and only Annie Lennox on stage with me. It's going to be an exclusive, inspirational night."
Originally posted 06/02/2004 08:35AM
SET: Sting says "people know they are going to get quality" when he and Annie Lennox team up for their summer concert tour. The former Police man, 52, who is currently organizing his set list (which will include songs from his latest album, Sacred Love, as well old classics), tells the Associated Press that the pair also will perform a song together. Lennox, 49, will concentrate on material from her most recent album, Bare, though she will also tap into old solo and Eurythmics material. Their tour kicks off June 27 in Philadelphia.
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