Thursday, February 28, 2008

Michael Jackson Wants To Save Neverland Ranch!

According to, Michael Jackson is planning to stop the Neverland Ranch auction. Reportedly, “he doesn't want his former home and fixtures and fittings to go under the hammer. A Jackson family insider insists the singer will avoid foreclosure on Neverland with a new loan, adding the auction won't happen”. Allegedly, Jackson is in the process of securing financing to save the Santa Barbara-area estate. Apparently, “there are plenty of lenders willing to work with him”.

Pamela Wants Out!

According to, Pamela Anderson wants to annul her marriage to Rick Salomon. Reportedly, Anderson filed court documents last week; she cited "fraud" as the cause for the split. Previously, Anderson filed for a divorce from Salomon in December, due to irreconcilable differences. What’s interesting is that the couple has only been married for about 5 months. I knew their relationship wouldn't last!

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Mariah Carey's Touch My Body Video

Lopez Brings Newborns Home!

According to, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony bring their newborns home from hospital. Reportedly, Lopez gave birth to both a girl & boy at New York's North Shore University Hospital last Friday; her son was six pound and her daughter was five pound & seven ounce. Lopez isn’t scheduled to return to work until the end of 2008, which she will begin shooting the film, “Love And Other Possible Pursuits”. At this point, the names of Lopez’s newborns haven’t been revealed yet.

Good Morning America: Janet Jackson's Rock With U Performance

Jay-Z's I Know Video

Tila Tequila's Stripper Friends Video

BET's 106 & Park: Janet Jackson Interview

Monday, February 25, 2008

Mariah Carey's Touch My Body Preview

MTV Shows Spoofs Featuring Janet Jackson

2008 Oscar's Red Carpet

2008 Oscar Winners

Best motion picture of the year
Atonement: Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner and Paul Webster, Producers
Juno: Lianne Halfon, Mason Novick and Russell Smith, Producers
Michael Clayton: Sydney Pollack, Jennifer Fox and Kerry Orent, Producers
No Country for Old Men: Scott Rudin, Ethan Coen and Joel Coen, Producers (winner!)
There Will Be Blood: JoAnne Sellar, Paul Thomas Anderson and Daniel Lupi, Producers

Achievement in directing
Julian Schnabel, The Diving Bell And The Butterfly
Jason Reitman, Juno
Tony Gilroy, Michael Clayton
Ethan Coen and Joel Coen, No Country for Old Men (winner!)
Paul Thomas Anderson, There Will Be Blood

Performance by an actor in a leading role
George Clooney in Michael Clayton
Daniel Day-Lewis in There Will Be Blood (winner!)
Johnny Depp in Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
Tommy Lee Jones in In the Valley of Elah
Viggo Mortensen in Eastern Promises

Original screenplay
Juno, Written by Diablo Cody (winner!)
Lars and the Real Girl, Written by Nancy Oliver
Michael Clayton, Written by Tony Gilroy
Ratatouille, Screenplay by Brad Bird; Story by Jan Pinkava, Jim Capobianco, Brad Bird
The Savages, Written by Tamara Jenkins

Best documentary feature
No End in Sight: Charles Ferguson and Audrey Marrs
Operation Homecoming: Writing the Wartime Experience: Richard E. Robbins
Sicko: Michael Moore and Meghan O'Hara
Taxi to the Dark Side: Alex Gibney and Eva Orner (winner!)
War/Dance: Andrea Nix Fine and Sean Fine

Best documentary short subject
Freeheld: Cynthia Wade and Vanessa Roth (winner!)
La Corona: Amanda Micheli and Isabel Vega
Salim Baba: Tim Sternberg and Francisco Bello
Sari's Mother: James Longley

Achievement in music written for motion pictures (Original score)
Atonement Dario Marianelli (winner!)
The Kite Runner: Alberto Iglesias
Michael Clayton James Newton Howard
Ratatouille Michael Giacchino
3:10 to Yuma Marco Beltrami

Achievement in cinematography
The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford: Roger Deakins
Atonement: Seamus McGarvey
The Diving Bell And The Butterfly: Janusz Kaminski
No Country for Old Men: Roger Deakins
There Will Be Blood: Robert Elswit (winner!)

Achievement in music written for motion pictures (Original song)
Falling Slowly from Once Music and Lyric by Glen Hansard and: Marketa Irglova (winner!)
Happy Working Song from Enchanted: Music by Alan Menken; Lyric by Stephen Schwartz
Raise It Up from August Rush: Nominees to be determined
So Close from Enchanted: Music by Alan Menken; Lyric by Stephen Schwartz
That's How You Know from Enchanted: Music by Alan Menken; Lyric by Stephen Schwartz

Best foreign language film of the year
Beaufort, Israel
The Counterfeiters, Austria (winner!)
Katyn, Poland
Mongol, Kazakhstan
12, Russia

Achievement in film editing
The Bourne Ultimatum: Christopher Rouse (winner!)
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly: Juliette Welfling
Into the Wild: Jay Cassidy
No Country for Old Men Roderick Jaynes
There Will Be Blood: Dylan Tichenor

Performance by an actress in a leading role
Cate Blanchett in Elizabeth: The Golden Age
Julie Christie in Away from Her
Marion Cotillard in La Vie en Rose (winner!)
Laura Linney in The Savages
Ellen Page in Juno

Achievement in sound mixing
The Bourne Ultimatum Scott Millan, David Parker and Kirk Francis (winner!)
No Country for Old Men: Skip Lievsay, Craig Berkey, Greg Orloff and Peter Kurland
Ratatouille: Randy Thom, Michael Semanick and Doc Kane
3:10 to Yuma: Paul Massey, David Giammarco and Jim Stuebe
Transformers: Kevin O'Connell, Greg P. Russell and Peter J. Devlin

Achievement in sound editing
The Bourne Ultimatum: Karen Baker Landers and Per Hallberg (winner!)
No Country for Old Men: Skip Lievsay
Ratatouille: Randy Thom and Michael Silvers
There Will Be Blood: Matthew Wood
Transformers: Ethan Van der Ryn and Mike Hopkins

Adapted screenplay
Atonement, Screenplay by Christopher Hampton
Away From Her, Written by Sarah Polley
The Diving Bell And The Butterfly, Screenplay by Ronald Harwood
No Country for Old Men, Written for the screen by Ethan Coen and Joel Coen (winner!)
There Will Be Blood, Written for the screen by Paul Thomas Anderson

Performance by an actress in a supporting role
Cate Blanchett in I'm Not There
Ruby Dee in American Gangster
Saoirse Ronan in Atonement
Amy Ryan in Gone Baby Gone
Tilda Swinton in Michael Clayton (winner!)

Best animated short film
I Met the Walrus: Josh Raskin
Madame Tutli-Putli: Chris Lavis and Maciek Szczerbowski
Même Les Pigeons Vont au Paradis (Even Pigeons Go to Heaven)
: Samuel Tourneux and Simon Vanesse
My Love (Moya Lyubov): Alexander Petrov
Peter & the Wolf: Suzie Templeton and Hugh Welchman (winner!)

Best live action short film
At Night: Christian E. Christiansen and Louise Vesth
Il Supplente (The Substitute): Andrea Jublin
Le Mozart des Pickpockets (The Mozart of Pickpockets): Philippe Pollet-Villard (winner!)
Tanghi Argentin: Guido Thys and Anja Daelemans
The Tonto Woman: Daniel Barber and Matthew Brown

Performance by an actor in a supporting role
Casey Affleck in The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford
Javier Bardem in No Country for Old Men (winner!)
Philip Seymour Hoffman in Charlie Wilson's War
Hal Holbrook in Into the Wild
Tom Wilkinson in Michael Clayton

Achievement in art direction
American Gangster: Art Direction: Arthur Max; Set Decoration: Beth A. Rubino
Atonement: Art Direction: Sarah Greenwood; Set Decoration: Katie Spencer
The Golden Compass: Art Direction: Dennis Gassner; Set Decoration: Anna Pinnock
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street: Art Direction: Dante Ferretti; Set Decoration: Francesca Lo Schiavo (winner!)
There Will Be Blood: Art Direction: Jack Fisk; Set Decoration: Jim Erickson

Achievement in visual effects
The Golden Compass: Michael Fink, Bill Westenhofer, Ben Morris and Trevor Wood (winner!)
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End: John Knoll, Hal Hickel, Charles Gibson and John Frazier
Transformers: Scott Farrar, Scott Benza, Russell Earl and John Frazier

Achievement in makeup
La Vie en Rose: Didier Lavergne and Jan Archibald (winner!)
Norbit: Rick Baker and Kazuhiro Tsuji
Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End: Ve Neill and Martin Samuel

Best animated feature film of the year
Persepolis: Marjane Satrapi and Vincent Paronnaud
Ratatouille: Brad Bird (winner!)
Surf's Up: Ash Brannon and Chris Buck

Achievement in costume design
Across the Universe Albert Wolsky
Atonement Jacqueline Durran
Elizabeth: The Golden Age Alexandra Byrne (winner!)
La Vie en Rose Marit Allen
Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Colleen Atwood

Weekend Box Office

  1. Vantage Point (2008) $24M
  2. Jumper (2008) $12.7M
  3. The Spiderwick Chronicles (2008) $12.6M
  4. Step Up 2 the Streets (2008) $9.79M
  5. Fool's Gold (2008) $6.27M
  6. Definitely, Maybe (2008) $5.18M
  7. Be Kind Rewind (2008) $4.1M
  8. Juno (2007) $4.1M
  9. Welcome Home, Roscoe Jenkins (2008) $3.99M
  10. There Will Be Blood (2007) $2.56M

Step Your Game Up Vol. 5: Ja Rule Interview

BET Honor Awards: Jill Scott Performance

BET Honor Awards: John Legend's Ordinary People Performance

Thursday, February 21, 2008

Another Celebrity Sex Tape Scandal!

A new celebrity sex tape has surface on the net and it stars Kiss’ Gene Simmons. According to, “Gene Simmons has been left fuming after a video allegedly showing him having sex with a model was posted on the Internet”. Reportedly, the woman that stars in the tape with Simmons is a model called Elsa; she is a “spokesman for Frank's Energy Drink”. What’s interesting is that rumors have been circulating it was Shannon Tweed, who allegedly filmed Simmons & Elsa having sex.

View Gene Simmons Sex Tape

Fergie Loves Her Calvins!

According to, Fergie “is set to become the new face of” Calvin Klein. Though, it hasn’t been confirm by Fergie or Calvin Klein, but a source did reveal that “She's a perfect fit. She loves Calvin and they think she is beautiful and fun and brings a lot to the brand”. Don’t Forget, Fergie did recently wear a Calvin Klein dress to the Grammys.

Britney Out & About

Shaggy's What Is Love (ft Akon) Video

Jordin Sparks' No Air (ft. Chris Brown) Video

Paula Abdul's Dance Like There's No Tomorrow Video

Monday, February 18, 2008

Friday, February 15, 2008

39th Annual NAACP Awards Red Carpet

Kat Williams' The Pimp Chronicles

Trey Songz's Last Time Video

Janet Jackson's NAACP Acceptance Speech

Winners Of The 39th Annual NAACP Image Awards


Motion picture: ''The Great Debaters.''

Actor in a motion picture: Denzel Washington, ''The Great Debaters.''
Actress in a motion picture: Jurnee Smollett, ''The Great Debaters.''

Supporting actor in a motion picture: Denzel Whitaker, ''The Great Debaters.''

Supporting actress in a motion picture: Janet Jackson, ''Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married?''

Directing in a motion picture: Kasi Lemmons, ''Talk To Me.''

Writing in a motion picture: Michael Genet and Rick Famuyiwa, ''Talk To Me.''

Independent or foreign film: ''Honeydripper.''

Documentary: ''Darfur Now.''


Comedy series: ''Tyler Perry's House of Payne.''

Actor in a comedy series: LaVan Davis, ''Tyler Perry's House of Payne.''

Actress in a comedy series: America Ferrera, ''Ugly Betty.''

Supporting actor in a comedy series: Lance Gross, ''Tyler Perry's House of Payne.''

Supporting actress in a comedy series: Vanessa L. Williams, ''Ugly Betty.''

Directing in a comedy series: Ken Whittingham, ''The Office: Phyllis's Wedding.''

Writing in a comedy series: Ali LeRoi, ''Everybody Hates Chris: Everybody Hates Guidance Counselor''

Drama series: ''Grey's Anatomy.''

Actor in a drama series: Hill Harper, ''CSI: NY.''

Actress in a drama series: Regina Taylor, ''The Unit.''

Supporting actor in a drama series: Omar Epps, ''House.''

Supporting actress in a drama series: Chandra Wilson, ''Grey's Anatomy.''

Directing in a dramatic series: Seith Mann, ''Friday Night Lights: Are You Ready For Friday Night?''

Writing in a dramatic series: Shonda Rhimes and Krista Vernoff, ''Grey's Anatomy: A Change is Gonna Come.''

TV movie, miniseries or dramatic special: ''Life Support.''

Actor in a TV movie, miniseries or dramatic special: Wendell Pierce, ''Life Support.''

Actress in a TV movie, miniseries or dramatic special: Queen Latifah, ''Life Support.''

Actor in a daytime drama series: Kristoff St. John, ''The Young And The Restless.''

Actress in a daytime drama series: Christel Khalil, ''The Young And The Restless.''

News/information, series or special: ''In Conversation: The Senator Barack Obama Interview.''

Talk series: ''Tavis Smiley 'Crisis in Darfur'''

Reality series: ''Run's House 4.''

Variety series or special: ''Celebration of Gospel '07''

Children's program: ''That's So Raven.''

Performance in a youth/children's program, series or special: Raven-Symoné, ''That's So Raven.''


Album: Alicia Keys, ''As I Am.''

Song: ''Like You'll Never See Me Again,'' Alicia Keys.

Male artist: Chris Brown.

Female artist: Alicia Keys.

Duo or group: Eddie and Gerald Levert.

New artist: Jordin Sparks.

Jazz artist: Herbie Hancock.

Gospel artist: Kirk Franklin.

World music album: Angelique Kidjo, ''Djin Djin.''

Music video: ''Like You'll Never See Me Again,'' Alicia Keys.


Fiction: ''Blonde Faith,'' Walter Mosley.

Nonfiction: ''Not on Our Watch: The Mission to End Genocide in Darfur and Beyond,'' Don Cheadle, John Prendergast.

Debut author, ''The Women Who Raised Me: A Memoir,'' Victoria Rowell.

Biography/autobiography: ''Obama: From Promise to Power,'' David Mendell.

Instructional: ''The Covenant in Action,'' Tavis Smiley.

Poetry: ''Acolytes: Poems,'' Nikki Giovanni.

Children: ''Nothing but Trouble: The Story of Althea Gibson,'' Sue Stauffacher, author; Greg Couch, illustrator.

Youth/teens: ''More Than Entertainers: An Inspirational Black Career Guide,'' Charles B. Schooler, author; Gary Young, illustrator.

Monday, February 11, 2008

CNN: Nas & Kelis Interview

At The Red Carpet: Jay Z & Ludacris Interview

Weekend Box Office

  1. Fool's Gold (2008) $22M
  2. Welcome Home Roscoe Jenkins (2008) $17.1M
  3. Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour (2008) $10.5M
  4. The Eye (2008/I) $6.63M
  5. Juno (2007) $5.72M
  6. 27 Dresses (2008) $5.7M
  7. The Bucket List (2007) $5.34M
  8. Rambo (2008) $4.11M
  9. Meet the Spartans (2008) $4.08M
  10. There Will Be Blood (2007) $4.07M

50th Annual Grammy Awards' Red Carpet

50th Annual Grammy Awards Winners

Album of the Year: "River: The Joni Letters," Herbie Hancock.

Record of the Year: "Rehab," Amy Winehouse.

Song of the Year: "Rehab," Amy Winehouse (Amy Winehouse).

New Artist: Amy Winehouse.

Producer of the Year, Non-Classical: Mark Ronson.

Pop Vocal Album: "Back to Black," Amy Winehouse.

Female Pop Vocal Performance: "Rehab," Amy Winehouse.

Male Pop Vocal Performance: "What Goes Around...Comes Around," Justin Timberlake.

Pop Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: "Makes Me Wonder," Maroon 5.

Pop Collaboration With Vocals: "Gone Gone Gone (Done Moved On)," Robert Plant & Alison Krauss.

Pop Instrumental Album: "The Mix-Up," Beastie Boys.

Pop Instrumental Performance: "One Week Last Summer," Joni Mitchell.

Traditional Pop Vocal Album: "Call Me Irresponsible," Michael Buble.

Alternative Music Album: "Icky Thump," The White Stripes.

Rock Album: "Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace," Foo Fighters.

Rock Song: "Radio Nowhere," Bruce Springsteen, songwriter (Bruce Springsteen).

Solo Rock Vocal Performance: "Radio Nowhere," Bruce Springsteen.

Rock Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: "Icky Thump," The White Stripes.

Hard Rock Performance: "The Pretender," Foo Fighters.

Metal Performance: "Final Six," Slayer.

Rock Instrumental Performance: "Once Upon a Time in The West," Bruce Springsteen.

Rap Album: "Graduation," Kanye West.

Rap Solo Performance: "Stronger," Kanye West.

Rap Performance by a Duo or Group: "Southside," Common, featuring Kanye West.

Rap/Sung Collaboration: "Umbrella," Rihanna Featuring Jay-Z.

Rap Song: "Good Life," Aldrin Davis, Mike Dean, Faheem Najm & Kanye West, songwriters (J. Ingram & Q. Jones, songwriters) (Kanye West Featuring T-Pain).

Country Album: "These Days," Vince Gill.

Country Song: "Before He Cheats," Josh Kear & Chris Tompkins, songwriters (Carrie Underwood).

Female Country Vocal Performance: "Before He Cheats," Carrie Underwood.

Male Country Vocal Performance: "Stupid Boy," Keith Urban.

Country Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: "How Long," Eagles.

Country Collaboration With Vocals: "Lost Highway," Willie Nelson & Ray Price.

Country Instrumental Performance: "Throttleneck," Brad Paisley.

R&B Album: "Funk This," Chaka Khan.

R&B Song: "No One," Dirty Harry, Kerry Brothers & Alicia Keys, songwriters (Alicia Keys).

Contemporary R&B Album: "Because of You," Ne-Yo.

Female R&B Vocal Performance: "No One," Alicia Keys.

Male R&B Vocal Performance: "Future Baby Mama," Prince.

R&B Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocals: "Disrespectful," Chaka Khan, featuring Mary J. Blige.

Traditional R&B Vocal Performance: "In My Songs," Gerald Levert.

Urban/Alternative Performance: "Daydreamin'," Lupe Fiasco, featuring Jill Scott.

Dance Recording: "LoveStoned/I Think She Knows," Justin Timberlake, Nate (Danja) Hills, Timbaland & Justin Timberlake, producers; Jimmy Douglass & Timbaland, mixers.

Electronic/Dance Album: "We Are the Night," The Chemical Brothers.

Bluegrass Album: "The Bluegrass Diaries," Jim Lauderdale.

Traditional Blues Album: "Last of the Great Mississippi Delta Bluesmen: Live In Dallas," Henry James Townsend, Joe Willie "Pinetop" Perkins, Robert Lockwood Jr. & David "Honeyboy" Edwards.

Contemporary Blues Album: "The Road to Escondido," JJ Cale & Eric Clapton.

New Age Album: "Crestone," Paul Winter Consort.

Contemporary Jazz Album: "River: The Joni Letters," Herbie Hancock.

Jazz Vocal Album: "Avant Gershwin," Patti Austin.

Jazz Instrumental Solo: "Anagram," Michael Brecker, soloist.

Jazz Instrumental Album, Individual or Group: "Pilgrimage," Michael Brecker.

Large Jazz Ensemble Album: "A Tale of God's Will (A Requiem for Katrina)," Terence Blanchard.

Latin Jazz Album: "Funk Tango," Paquito D'Rivera Quintet.

Latin Pop Album: "El Tren De Los Momentos," Alejandro Sanz.

Latin Rock or Alternative Album: "No Hay Espacio," Black:Guayaba.

Latin Urban Album: "Residente O Visitante," Calle 13.

Tropical Latin Album: "La Llave De Mi Corazon," Juan Luis Guerra.

Mexican/Mexican-American Album: "100 (Percent) Mexicano," Pepe Aguilar.

Tejano Album: "Before the Next Teardrop Falls," Little Joe & La Familia.

Norteno Album: "Detalles Y Emociones," Los Tigres Del Norte.

Banda Album: "Te Va A Gustar," El Chapo.

Traditional Folk Album: "Dirt Farmer," Levon Helm.

Contemporary Folk/Americana Album: "Washington Square Serenade," Steve Earle.

Native American Music Album: "Totemic Flute Chants," Johnny Whitehorse.

Hawaiian Music Album: "Treasures of Hawaiian Slack Key Guitar," Various Artists, Daniel Ho, George Kahumoku Jr., Paul Konwiser & Wayne Wong, producers.

Zydeco or Cajun Music Album: "Live! Worldwide," Terrance Simien & The Zydeco Experience.

Reggae: "Mind Control," Stephen Marley.

Traditional World Music Album: "African Spirit," Soweto Gospel Choir.

Contemporary World Music Album: "Djin Djin," Angelique Kidjo.

Polka Album: "Come Share the Wine," Jimmy Sturr and His Orchestra.

Gospel Performance: "Blessed & Highly Favored," The Clark Sisters; "Never Gonna Break My Faith," Aretha Franklin & Mary J. Blige (Featuring The Harlem Boys Choir). (Tie.)

Gospel Song: "Blessed & Highly Favored," Karen Clark-Sheard, songwriter (The Clark Sisters).

Rock or Rap Gospel Album: "Before the Daylight's Shot," Ashley Cleveland.

Pop/Contemporary Gospel Album: "A Deeper Level," Israel and New Breed.

Southern, Country or Bluegrass Gospel Album: "Salt of the Earth," Ricky Skaggs & The Whites.

Traditional Gospel Album: "Live - One Last Time," The Clark Sisters.

Contemporary R&B Gospel Album: "Free to Worship," Fred Hammond.

Compilation Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: Love (The Beatles) George Martin & Giles Martin, producers (Apple Records/Capitol Records).

Score Soundtrack Album for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: "Ratatouille," Michael Giacchino, composer.

Song Written for Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media: "Love You I Do (From Dreamgirls)," Siedah Garrett & Henry Krieger, songwriters (Jennifer Hudson).

Musical Show Album: "Spring Awakening," Duncan Sheik, producer; Duncan Sheik, composer; Steven Sater, lyricist (Original Broadway Cast With Jonathan Groff, Lea Michele & Others).

Musical Album for Children: "A Green and Red Christmas," The Muppets.

Spoken Word: "The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming the American Dream," Barack Obama.

Spoken Word Album for Children: "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows," Jim Dale.

Comedy Album: "The Distant Future," Flight of the Conchords.

Instrumental Composition: "Cerulean Skies," Maria Schneider, composer (Maria Schneider Orchestra).

Instrumental Arrangement: "In a Silent Way," Vince Mendoza, arranger (Joe Zawinul).

Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s): "I'm Gonna Live Till I Die," John Clayton, arranger (Queen Latifah).

Engineered Album, Non-Classical: "Beauty & Crime," Tchad Blake, Cameron Craig, Emery Dobyns & Jimmy Hogarth, engineers (Suzanne Vega).

Remixed Recording, Non-Classical: "Bring the Noise (Benny Benassi Sfaction Remix)," Benny Benassi, remixer (Public Enemy).

Surround Sound: "Love," Paul Hicks, surround mix engineer; Tim Young, surround mastering engineer; George Martin & Giles Martin, surround producers (The Beatles).

Classical Album: "Tower: Made in America," Leonard Slatkin, conductor; Tim Handley, producer; Tim Handley, engineer/mixer (Nashville Symphony).

Orchestral Performance: "Tower: Made in America," Leonard Slatkin, conductor (Nashville Symphony).

Producer of the Year, Classical: Judith Sherman.

Engineered Album, Classical: "Grechaninov: Passion Week," John Newton, engineer (Charles Bruffy, Phoenix Bach Choir & Kansas City Chorale).

Opera Recording: "Humperdinck: Hansel & Gretel," Sir Charles Mackerras, conductor; Rebecca Evans, Jane Henschel & Jennifer Larmore; Brian Couzens, producer (Sarah Coppen, Diana Montague & Sarah Tynan; New London Children's Choir; Philharmonia Orchestra).

Choral Performance: "Brahms: Ein Deutsches Requiem," Simon Rattle, conductor; Simon Halsey, chorus master (Thomas Quasthoff & Dorothea Roschmann; Rundfunkchor Berlin; Berliner Philharmoniker).

Instrumental Soloist(s) Performance (With Orchestra): "Barber/Korngold/Walton: Violin Concertos," Bramwell Tovey, conductor; James Ehnes (Vancouver Symphony Orchestra).

Instrumental Soloist Performance (Without Orchestra): "Beethoven Sonatas, Vol. 3," Garrick Ohlsson.

Chamber Music Performance: "Strange Imaginary Animals," Eighth Blackbird.

Small Ensemble Performance: "Stravinsky: Apollo, Concerto in D; Prokofiev: 20 Visions Fugitives," Yuri Bashmet, conductor; Moscow Soloists.

Classical Vocal Performance: "Lorraine Hunt Lieberson Sings Peter Lieberson: Neruda Songs," Lorraine Hunt Lieberson (James Levine; Boston Symphony Orchestra).

Classical Contemporary Composition: "Made in America," Joan Tower (Leonard Slatkin, conductor; Nashville Symphony Orchestra).

Classical Crossover Album: "A Love Supreme: The Legacy of John Coltrane," Turtle Island Quartet.

Short Form Music Video: "God's Gonna Cut You Down," Johnny Cash.

Long Form Music Video: "The Confessions Tour," Madonna.

Recording Package: "Cassadaga," Zachary Nipper, art director (Bright Eyes).

Boxed or Special Limited Edition Package: "What It Is!: Funky Soul and Rare Grooves (1967-1977)," Masaki Koike, art director.

Album Notes: "John Work, III: Recording Black Culture," Bruce Nemerov, album notes writer.

Historical Album: "The Live Wire - Woody Guthrie in Performance 1949," Nora Guthrie & Jorge Arevalo Mateus, compilation producers; Jamie Howarth, Steve Rosenthal, Warren Russell-Smith & Dr. Kevin Short, mastering engineers (Woody Guthrie).

The 50th Annual Grammy Awards Performances

Alicia Keys & Frank Sinatra's Opener Performance

Rihanna & The Time's Umbrella & Don't Stop The Music Performance

Kanye West's Stronger & Dear Mama Performance Part 1

Kanye West's Stronger & Dear Mama Performance Part 2

Fergie & John Legend's Finally Performance

Beyonce & Tina Turner's Proud Mary Performance Part 1

Beyonce & Tina Turner's Proud Mary Performance Part 2

Amy Winehouse's I m No Good & Rehab Perfermance

Alicia Keys' No One Perfermance

Saturday, February 9, 2008

Janet Jackson's Discipline Listening Party Highlight Video

Winehouse Will Go To The Grammys!

According to TMZ, Amy Winehouse has been granted a visa for the United States. Turns out, Winehouse immediately appealed her rejected visa application, so she could perform at the Grammies. Reportedly, Winehouse’s visa application was originally rejected, due to U.S. Immigration rules regarding her “use and abuse of narcotics”.

New Fat Joe Interview

Thursday, February 7, 2008


According to, Britney Spears has been released from UCLA Medical Center. Turns out, Spears was released on Wednesday morning, despite the fact that her stay at the Resnick Neuropsychiatric wing of the Los Angeles hospital was extended by 14 days. At this point, no details have been revealed regarding the circumstances surrounding her release.

Ciara Gives Ludacris A Lapdance

MurderIncWorld: Ja Rule Interview

XXL: Jim Jones Interview

Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Family Feud!

According to, Britney Spears is going to court to fight a ruling, which gave her father (Jamie Spears) control of her estate. Previously, “a judge granted her father Jamie, and lawyer Andrew Wallet, temporary conservatorship - meaning they are in complete charge of Spears' medical, financial and legal affairs. Jamie even has the right to restrict people visiting the 26-year-old”. Apparently, “Spears' attorneys are expected to object to the amount of control which has been handed to her father”.

Winehouse Seeks U.S. Visa!

According to, Amy Winehouse has been temporarily released from rehab on 2/4/08. Apparently, Winehouse was allowed to leave the London clinic for a few hours, so she could meet with the U.S Embassy in order to apply for a U.S. visa. Previously, Winehouse was banned in US, after she was arrested for possession of cannabis in Norway. Reportedly, “the appointment at the U.S. Embassy was made some time ago and was part of process for obtaining a visa. No decision has been made about the Grammys. Amy was accompanied by a nurse as the appointment was under supervision. She has not left rehab and remains under the care of the clinic”.

Hot Rod's Bump My Shit Video

Larry King: The Snoop Dogg Interview

Monday, February 4, 2008

Missy Elliott's Ching-A-Ling Video

Oops… I am Staying Longer!

According to, Britney Spears stay at UCLA Medical Center has been extended for an additional two weeks. Apparently, Spears’ psychiatrist felt it was in her best interest to stay longer, than the initial 72-hour psychiatric hold. Reportedly, Spears “is not exactly a model patient…she created havoc in the Resnick Neuropsychiatric wing of the hospital on Friday night when she learned that her father had won temporary control of her legal and financial affairs following an emergency court hearing”. Hopefully, Spears will finally get the treatment that she desperately needs!

Weekend Box Office

  1. Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour (2008) $29M
  2. The Eye (2008) $13M
  3. 27 Dresses (2008) $8.4M
  4. Juno (2007) $7.45M
  5. Meet the Spartans (2008) $7.12M
  6. Rambo (2008) $7M
  7. The Bucket List (2007) $6.85M
  8. Untraceable (2008) $5.4M
  9. Cloverfield (2008) $4.9M
  10. There Will Be Blood (2007) $4.76M

Super Bowl Pepsi Smash: Mary J. Blige's Fade Away Performance

08 Superbowl: Alicia Keys' Medley Performance

08 Super Bowl: Paula Abdul's Dance Like There's No Tomorrow Performance

Friday, February 1, 2008