12:46 AM EDT 10/17/2013
Originally posted 02/18/2010 06:00AM
Back from their Mexican getaway with Jennifer Aniston, gal pals Courteney Cox Arquette and Sheryl Crow caught up over lunch at organic eatery Akasha in Culver City, Calif. Arriving in jeans and T-shirts, the breezy duo ordered salads and fresh-squeezed juices, and spent an hour chatting and giggling before leaving on foot.
Originally posted 01/31/2010 12:45PM
No one can bring out the stars quite like Clive Davis! The music mogul's Pre-Grammy Gala & Salute to Industry Icons (this year honoring Universal Music Group Chairman and CEO Doug Morris) is an annual tradition and one of the biggest parties of the year. And with a bevy of stars – including Jay-Z, Rihanna, Katy Perry, Russell Brand, Taylor Swift, Ne-Yo, Sheryl Crow, Adam Lambert and Barbra Streisand – in attendance, Saturday night's bash at the Beverly Hilton Hotel was no exception.
"It's one of those parties that you have to come to," Ciara, in head-to-toe Givenchy, told PEOPLE on her way in. "I'm excited to see everybody! It's cool to see people that you know, people that you don't know. It's always great to see Clive, and I'm just looking forward to having a great time."
Fergie, in a Zuhair Murad party dress, breezed down the red carpet in a hurry, stopping only to have a happy chat with Nick Jonas. But the singer had a good reason to rush: The Black Eyed Peas opened the show with Slash singing the classic Guns n' Rose's tune "Sweet Child O' Mine."
Originally posted 09/30/2009 09:30AM
Whenever Bruce Springsteen does a concert, people beg him to play "Born in the USA." For Billy Joel, it's "Piano Man." Paul McCartney always receives requests for "Yesterday."
She gets "Smelly Cat."
Originally posted 09/18/2009 12:30PM
Sheryl Crow may have received thunderous applause for her performance with Miley Cyrus at VH1's Divas Live on Thursday, but her 2-year-old son, Wyatt, is fed up with her singing. "I want to sing to him, but right now he's like, 'Mommy, no! All done! All done!' " Crow told PEOPLE at Thursday's event.
That's not to say that Wyatt doesn't appreciate good music. "He's really into kids' music and is listening to a lot of Raffi. I think he thinks if I'm singing that I'm going to work," she says.
Crow, 47, adopted Wyatt when he was two-weeks-old, and last year the singer and her tot traded the glitz of Hollywood for a quieter life in Tennessee.
Originally posted 06/17/2009 08:10AM
Originally posted 06/12/2009 10:10AM
Three great friends stepped out Thursday night for a good cause. Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox Arquette and Sheryl Crow lent their support to pal and OmniPeace founder Mary Fanaro and her night to "Stamp Out Violence Against Women and Girls of the Congo."
"I am extremely lucky," Aniston tells PEOPLE. "But these women and girls need help – it makes you think." Continues Cox Arquette, "We can do something about this. I want to bring awareness to this."
"I know I have a responsibility," adds Crow of son Wyatt. "As a mom, the biggest thrill for me, but most humbling role is raising my kid as a humanitarian. I want him to grow up feeling he can do something for people less fortunate."
The trio of hosts – sporting T-shirts created for the Art of Humanity Foundation and OmniPeace and debuted at the event – mingled and laughed throughout the intimate dinner party, held at STK in L.A. and sponsored by Kitson.
Originally posted 05/08/2009 02:45PM
Lance Armstrong is finally revealing why his engagement to musician Sheryl Crow ended three years ago.
In Lance, a book due out in July, Armstrong tells author John Wilcockson the decision to have children became an issue in their relationship.
"She wanted marriage, she wanted children; and not that I didn't want that, but I didn't want that at that time because I had just gotten out of a marriage, I'd just had kids," he says. "Yet, we're up against her biological clock – that pressure is what cracked it."
The Tour de France champ says he and Crow underwent counseling to address their problems but it didn't work. "We were at different points in our lives. We were not compatible on that issue."
Originally posted 03/19/2009 07:05AM
Michelle Obama is going back to school – and taking Alicia Keys, Sheryl Crow and astronaut Mae Jemison with her.
The first lady is being joined by the women – as well as Denyce Graves, Kerry Washington, Debbie Allen, Maggie Daley, Lisa Leslie, Bobbi Brown, Dominique Dawes, Phylicia Rashad, Alfre Woodard, Penny Pritzker and Gen. Ann Dunwoody – to speak to students in Washington, D.C.-area high schools about setting career goals. The Thursday visits are part of Women's History Month, reports The Washington Post.
Table manners alert: The special day will wrap up with dinner at the White House, not only for the guest speakers, but also for several students invited from the various schools.
– Stephen M. Silverman
Originally posted 02/11/2009 03:20PM
While John Mayer treated Jennifer Aniston to a song for her 40th birthday, Courteney Cox Arquette offered a heartfelt message to her longtime Friend.
"More health and happiness," says Cox Arquette, 44, who revealed the birthday wish at Monday night's Beverly Hills benefit for the Entertainment Industry Foundation's Women's Cancer Fund.
Aniston's actual birthday is Wednesday, but she and her pals celebrated Saturday at Aniston's new Beverly Hills house, where Cox Arquette danced the night away with Sheryl Crow, 47, who shares the same Feb. 11 birthday with Aniston.
Originally posted 02/06/2009 12:45PM
Sheryl Crow's son Wyatt has morphed into a little drummer boy on the road – and he's not even 2.
The 21-month-old has taken to his mom's profession, touring and all, a delighted Crow tells PEOPLE.
"He's very musical," the Grammy winner said in West Hollywood at Thursday's Me&Ro boutique's reception for the book Note to Self, to which she has contributed. "And he has these funny little dances he does. He plays the drums. He gravitates toward the guitar all the time."
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