12:36 AM EDT 04/14/2013
Originally posted 02/11/2013 01:15AM
It's the only awards show that's as much a concert as it is a parade of stars. So, who brought the goods Sunday night at the Grammys?
There were plenty of memorable moments, both solo performances and the duets and collaborations for which the Grammys are so famous.
Justin Timberlake made his much-anticipated – and, it turned out, sepia-toned – return to the Grammys, with help from Jay-Z, singing "Suit & Tie" and "Pusher Love Girl." That came soon after Taylor Swift opened the show with a flamboyant Alice in Wonderland take on her hit "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together."
Originally posted 04/27/2012 07:00AM
Performing solo just never seemed to be Jack White's thing.
In his years leading the White Stripes before they disbanded in 2011, you always got the sense that they were a duo more for appearance's sake – just because he liked it that way – than a real creative partnership. (Sorry, Meg.) Even when he did side projects, he chose to work in other bands (the Raconteurs, the Dead Weather) and produce other artists (from Loretta Lynn to Wanda Jackson).
With Blunderbuss, though, White finally earns his solo stripes.
Originally posted 06/10/2011 11:30AM
Rocker Jack White and his model-singer wife Karen Elson are celebrating their sixth wedding anniversary in an unusual way: they're getting divorced.
"Karen Elson and Jack White announce today that they are getting divorced," the two say in a joint statement released by their rep. "We remain dear and trusted friends and co-parents to our wonderful children Scarlett and Henry Lee. We feel so fortunate for the time we have shared and the time we will continue to spend both separately and together watching our children grow."
But that's not all.
Originally posted 09/30/2008 02:10PM
It isn't everyday that R&B soul singer Alicia Keys teams up with rock and roll Racounteurs frontman Jack White. But they've done just that – all in the name of Bond.
The duo has premiered the video for the theme to the new Bond movie, Quantum of Solace. "Another Way to Die," written by White, features Keys on piano, White on guitar, and both artists strutting through a computer-generated desert in fashions fit for espionage.
White, 33, and Keys, 28 announced their collaboration – the first duet in Bond history – in July. The song – which will play over the movie's opening credits – hit the airwaves on Sept. 18.
Quantum of Solace, starring Daniel Craig, hits theatres Nov. 14.
– Kristen Mascia
Originally posted 09/18/2008 11:00AM
Jack White and Alicia Keys's theme for the new James Bond adventure Quantum of Solace offers this tongue-twisting lyric: "Another blinger with the slick trigger finger for Her Majesty."
In other words, 007 is back. The song, titled "Another Way To Die," has White delivering the line about the "blinger," to which Keys warbles, "Another one with the golden tongue poisoning your fantasy."
For more of the song preview, listen here:
Originally posted 05/04/2006 07:00PM
White Stripes frontman Jack White and his wife, model Karen Elson, have had their first child.
Originally posted 11/30/2005 01:00PM
White Stripes frontman Jack White, 30, and his wife, model Karen Elson, are expecting a child this spring, PEOPLE reports in its upcoming issue.
Originally posted 06/02/2005 05:00PM
White Stripes frontman Jack White, whose ex Renée Zellweger was married just last month, is now a married man himself, according to a posting on the band's Web site.
Originally posted 12/27/2004 05:00PM
Renée Zellweger and White Stripes rocker Jack White have split after more than a year and a half together.
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