Christina Aguilera and Jennifer Lopez are just two big stars lending their singing voices to Finding Neverland: The Album, a companion project for the Broadway musical of the same name, which opened last month!
“It’s about getting a chance to see some of the biggest names of music stepping outside of their normal lane and what we’re used to hearing from them,” Republic Recrods’s executive Tom McKay shared about the album. “In essence, fans of these artists will discover the story and the play in a way they wouldn’t have otherwise, and on the flipside, fans of the play will discover some of these artists in a way they might not have in their daily lives.”
Mark your calendars, the album will drop on June 9!
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At the star-studded event, Gaga met up with Justin Bieber and posted a selfie of them together along with some nice words.
“He really has a sweetness to him. He grew up in front of the whole world. I reminded him to not get bothered. Because at the end of the day. He’s the boss, and life isn’t always Roses. Lots of thorns. ❤️,” Gaga wrote.
25+ pictures inside of Lady Gaga and Jessica Alba landing in Los Angeles after Met Gala… More Here! »
Ryan Seacrest chatted about the upcoming E! special about Bruce's transition. "So there are two extra episodes that will air within the season coming up this month," Ryan said. "It's Bruce basically talking to the family and telling the family what he's been going through and what he is going to go through for the first time." Find out all the details about the special from Ryan...
Anna Kendrick strikes a pose on the cover of Glamour‘s June 2015 issue, out on newsstands on May 12!
Here’s what the 29-year-old actress had to share:
On turning 30 this year: “I felt different at 29 because 29, to me, is 30. There are times when I still feel like an actual toddler in a grown-up—well, semi grown-up—body. But other times I can’t wait to actually be 30, just so I can say things like, ‘I’m 30. I don’t have time for that. F–k off!’”
On being afraid to take a break from work: “As an actress you’re perpetually about to be unemployed. That fear—when you have two parents who worked 9-to-5 jobs and went through periods of being unemployed—is real. Those were not welcome times in my childhood. Working 14 hours a day isn’t sustainable, but I prefer it [to doing fewer films]. I might as well be doing the thing that I wanted to do my whole life.”
On the gender bias in Hollywood: “All the films nominated [for a Best Picture Oscar] this year had male leads. Like, every single one. So I’m glad that [equality’s] feeling like a bigger issue now… There’s [a film I’m considering] now where I have to wait for all the male roles to be cast before I can even become a part of the conversation. Part of me gets that. [But] part of me is like, ‘What the f–k? You have to cast for females based on who’s cast as males?’ To me, the only explanation is that there are so many f–king talented girls, and from a business standpoint it’s easier to find women to match the men. I totally stand by the belief that there are 10 unbelievably talented women for every role.”