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Originally posted 06/26/2012 06:00AM
Halle Berry and Olivier Martinez had a date night on Saturday, when they took in an evening of entertainment at the 13th Annual Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame and Opening Night Concert, hosted by Julie Andrews.
"The couple watched separate performances by Reba and Chaka Khan, who were inducted following video montages that celebrated their career achievements," an onlooker tells PEOPLE.
Lily Tomlin introduced Reba's video, while American Idol judge Randy Jackson was on hand to honor Khan.
Prior to the concert, opening night guests enjoyed a VIP cocktail reception in the Hollywood Bowl Museum Patio. It wasdecorated to celebrate Old Hollywood Glamour at the Hollywood Bowl.
Just a week prior, Berry was also at the Hollywood Bowl for the Playboy Jazz Festival, which featured performances by Robin Thicke and other acts.
– Michael Fleeman
Originally posted 05/23/2012 10:15PM
Ryan Seacrest is in a tux – and American Idol has a winner!
Season 11's finalists, Jessica Sanchez and Phillip Phillips, both had a big night on Wednesday. In addition to seeing their fellow top 12 contestants (and future tour mates) perform with the likes of Chaka Khan and Neil Diamond, they heard performances by some of the biggest names in music today – Rihanna, Reba McEntire, judge Jennifer Lopez.
They also shared the Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE stage with legends: Phillip sang "Have You Ever Seen the Rain" and "Bad Moon Rising" with Creedence Clearwater Revival's John Fogerty. And Jessica performed "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going" with original Dreamgirls star Jennifer Holliday. Both to impressive results.
And then there was that little business of announcing the new American Idol. Keep reading to find out who won ...
Originally posted 05/22/2012 01:00PM
Kelly Clarkson is known for empowering breakup songs like "Since U Been Gone," but now that she's happily in a relationship, the pop star is struggling to find her edge.
"It is killing me," Clarkson told PEOPLE while doing press for ABC's upcoming singing competition show Duets. "I'm trying to write a tough song and it is coming out like butterflies and rainbows."
Clarkson, 30, says she has been dating Nashville-based talent manager Brandon Blackstock, 35, since late 2011.
"It is ruining my creativity," she joked of the relationship that she publicly announced in early March. "I'm writing all this happy [stuff]."
Originally posted 04/02/2012 12:05AM
Nashville's biggest names invaded Las Vegas Sunday for the 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards.
From on-stage collaborations (Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw) to A-List couples (McGraw and Faith Hill) to the triumphant winners (Taylor Swift, who took home the top prize for Entertainer of the Year), there was no shortage of memorable moments.
Even U2's Bono couldn't resist beaming in via satellite from Dublin to show love for his friend Dierks Bentley, and introduce his performance of "Home."
Check out our recap of some of the best moments – plus results from PEOPLE's reader polls, below.
Originally posted 04/01/2012 11:30AM
Blake Shelton may be "Country's Hottest Guy," according to PEOPLE Country's latest issue, but he doesn't always feel like it.
"Right now, I'm feeling sweaty and a little bit overweight and buzzed," The Voice coach joked with PEOPLE during ACM rehearsals this weekend. "I exude sexy. I smell of sexy. I am the vision of sexy. I am the sound of sexy."
Of course, Shelton knows he was up against steep competition – past winners Tim McGraw and Keith Urban come to mind – but he believes he knows why he came out on top.
Originally posted 03/31/2012 11:00AM
He's ready for the spotlight again.
Ashton Kutcher has been added to the roster of presenters for the 47th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards. It's one of the first award show appearances for the Two and a Half Men star since splitting from wife Demi Moore in November.
Kutcher, who has been laying low and most recently linked to screenwriter Lorene Scafaria, will present the award for female vocalist of the year. The nominees are Sara Evans, Miranda Lambert, Martina McBride, Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood.
Originally posted 03/28/2012 11:10AM
Days away from her wedding, Christina Davidson is gushing about her gown and groom – just like any bride on the brink of her fairy-tale moment.
Only she's not just any bride. For starters, this wedding will be on TV. And another thing: As Davidson and her fiancé exchange their vows, Martina McBride and Train lead singer Pat Monahan will serenade them onstage with a duet of "Marry Me."
All this will air on CBS Sunday at 8 p.m. ET, at the Academy of Country Music Awards in Las Vegas.
But for Davidson, 31, and Frank Tucci, 34, it wasn't always so dream-like. Their love story began at a grief support group founded by Davidson in Washington Township, N.J., where both were mourning the loss of their spouses, who died in 2009 within two months of each other.
Originally posted 01/31/2012 04:30PM
Reba McEntire hasn't sung her swan song.
The country legend and actress, 56, shoots down internet reports that she passed away while filming in Europe.
"There is a rumor going around that I died after falling off a mountain in Austria yesterday while shooting a movie," the songstress Tweeted on Tuesday.
"While I would love to be shooting a movie in Austria, I definitely did not fall off a mountain! Nor am I dead! I am alive and kicking!!! … Have a great day."
Originally posted 06/01/2011 01:30PM
In a night focused on perfection versus passion – to the point of a surprise kiss at the end! – The Voice wrapped up its battle rounds Tuesday with four singers left on each celebrity coach's team.
Adam Levine's final pair, Jeff Jenkins and Casey Desmond, kicked things off with "Don't Let the Sun Go Down On Me." Levine, Desmond's sole champion during the blind auditions, told his fellow coaches, "I thought you were all nuts," but in the end chose Jenkins, the overwhelming favorite.
Jenkins joins Casey Weston, Javier Colon and Devon Barley on Levine's team.
Originally posted 05/18/2011 11:30AM
After a splashy opening battle round that advanced Broadway vet Frenchie Davis, cowboy Patrick Thomas, athlete Casey Weston and soul singer Vicci Martinez to the live competition, The Voice continued with team selection Tuesday night.
To start the show, Cee Lo Green delighted in pairing fellow Texans Tje Austin and Nakia in singing "Closer." Not only did the two have strong voices, but they also both had on their swagger – Nakia sported white-rimmed shades to match up against Green's red frames during practice, and Austin's 'fro made Adam Levine quip, "So much hair flyin' around" during the battle.
Green said afterward, "You guys both represent me and [you are] extensions of my good taste," but he ultimately chose blues singer Nakia.
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