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Originally posted 09/05/2012 06:00AM
Girls just wanna have fun!
Hilary Duff stepped out on Saturday night to celebrate the launch of shower accessory Raindrops at Nine Zero One Salon in West Hollywood.
"She was just really happy to have a girls night out," an onlooker tells PEOPLE. "She walked in laughing and was joking around the whole time."
Staying close with her girlfriends the whole night, the new mom was upbeat, listening to a mix of '90s and current pop hits.
Also in attendance: Project X's Alexis Knapp, Dallas star Josh Henderson and singer Leona Lewis, who was spotted dancing to the older jams with her friends.
– Melody Chiu
Originally posted 11/23/2011 04:45PM
Leona Lewis will do anything for furry friends in need – including calling on her celebrity friends for help.
On Saturday the singer invited a slew of her famous pals to a private party benefitting the Hopefield Animal Sanctuary, a safe haven for abused and neglected animals in Brentwood, England.
Originally posted 09/09/2011 10:25AM
She was on the red carpet in London the night before, but Leona Lewis made a quick change into hardier clothes and stopped by the Hopefield Animal Sanctuary in Brentwood, England.
As a patron of the sanctuary, the singer paid a visit to help raise financial support for the sanctuary's property – but she didn't stop there. Lewis hung out with and helped feed horses, rabbits and goats!
Originally posted 01/21/2010 08:40AM
The star support for the relief work in Haiti is unceasing, with Simon Cowell now joining the effort by organizing a Live Aid-style celebrity record to benefit the cause.
"We are going to do a single. I wanted to do something for Haiti, and we had a request from the Prime Minister to put a record together," the American Idol judge and music mogul, 50, confirmed to reporters at the National Television Awards in London on Wednesday.
Cowell has already asked several of his leading artists, including Susan Boyle and Leona Lewis, to back the project, reports the Sun newspaper.The charity recording is expected to take place within the next few days.
"I've got to get it together in 48 hours, "says Cowell. "It's not the best timing, but I will make it happen."
– Monique Jessen
Originally posted 10/29/2009 03:10PM
He may be PEOPLE's reigning Hottest Bachelor, but Chace Crawford doesn't stand a chance with Leona Lewis.
The singer says she turned down a chance to smooch the Gossip Girl hunk when he appeared in her latest video because she thought it would make her beau, Lou Al-Chamaa, jealous.
"They wanted me and Chace to kiss in the 'I Will Be' video. But I said no way," she tells the U.K magazine Sugar, which goes on sale Saturday.
Originally posted 10/25/2009 09:00AM
British singer Leona Lewis has reacted with dismay to some of the media chatter about the fact that she is still dating the same boyfriend she had before she found fame.
Lewis, 24, has been with electrician Lou Al-Chamaa since she was 17 and calls him her "best friend" in a new interview.
When she was asked about the "snide bewilderment" that accompanies references to their enduring love, she says, "It does make me angry. Because he's a great person. And it doesn't matter what you do in life, what your job is, where you come from."
Originally posted 10/15/2009 03:00PM
A 29-year-old "fan" was charged Thursday with assault and placed in an area for prisoners with mental-health issues after punching singer Leona Lewis at a book signing in London Wednesday, police say.
Peter Kowalczyk 29, allegedly punched Lewis, 24, in the head as she was signing copies of her autobiography, Dreams, at a bookstore in London's Piccadilly area. The south London resident will appear in court on Oct. 26.
"A guy came up and punched her to the side of the head," the pop star's spokesman told the BBC. A source described her as "okay" but "bruised."
Originally posted 10/14/2009 04:10PM
Singer Leona Lewis was hit by a fan while signing copies of her autobiography, Dreams, at a London bookstore Wednesday.
Lewis, 24, had been signing autographs at the bookstore for about 90 minutes when "a guy came up and punched her to the side of the head," the pop star's spokesman tells the BBC. Though she didn't need to go to the hospital, Lewis was "understandably badly shaken," her spokesman says.
On Thursday, Lewis wrote on her Web site, "Thank you so much for your support it is truly overwhelming. Yesterday was a horrible shock and left me extremely hurt and upset. I’m very sorry to those I wasn’t able to meet at the signing. Thank you again for all of the lovely messages."
A statement was also issued by the singer's rep, who described Lewis as "shocked" but "okay." The spokesman added, "Leona would like us to convey her thanks to you all for your kind messages and your support."
Originally posted 09/14/2009 08:30AM
Though her new tune's title, "Happy," hints at glee, the lyrics of the song prove Leona Lewis's heart is still mending. On her sophomore record Echo, due Nov. 17, she sings of finding the strength to push through life despite the struggles she knows are inevitable.
To listen to the single, click here.
Singing lines like, "So what if it hurts me, so what if I break down?" in her powerhouse voice, Lewis proves she's no meek maiden – a fact confirmed by her no-nonsense producer, Simon Cowell. "From day one, since we started working together, we've had this agreement that we can disagree," says Cowell of working with Lewis, 24, on her new album. "And I actually quite like arguing."
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