What do you do when two old queens feud? Stand back and wait for the fireworks.
That’s what’s likely to happen as the rift between Madonna and Sir Elton John got reignited at the recently held Golden Globes Award. Both artists were nominated for Best Original Song. Elton John fired the first salvo when he said that Madonna had “no *Bleep* chance” to win the award. Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by Chris Franklin as Celebrities at 2:15 AM UTC on Jan, 18 2011
Zachary Jackson Levon Furnish-John was born to a surrogate mother on Christmas Day and is now living with Elton, 63 and his 48 year old partner of 12 years David.
According to reports, the surrogate mother was implanted with an egg from another female donor and then fertilized by one of the fathers. Elton John is listed as the father on the birth certificate, but he has not confirmed that it was his sperm that provided the surrogate baby.
Posted by Peter "Paparazzi" Fielder as Engagements & Weddings at 7:24 PM UTC on Nov, 27 2010
Elton John spoke with BBC Radio this week and told them that he will be performing at Prince Williams’ Wedding in some type of capacity. He told the station that he will “probably” perform, but then quickly joked “I’ll probably be outside busking.”
Okay so his response to BBC Radio wasn’t a resounding yes, but given that he performed at Princess Diana’s funeral and that he’s a long time friend of the crown, there’s a good chance he’ll sing something at the ceremony.
In the meantime Kate and William are busy planning their wedding, with official invitations for the April 29 ceremony expected to go out soon.
So will Sir Elton John perform. A spokeswoman tells PEOPLE:
Posted by Peter "Paparazzi" Fielder as Movie News at 9:30 PM UTC on Oct, 21 2010
Elton John & Lady Gaga received rave reviews for their duet at the 2010 Grammy Awards in February and now the pair will debut their titled track “Hello, Hello” for the Touchstone Pictures’ animated movie Gnomeo & Juliet!
The song will occur as the two lead characters lawn ornaments Gnomeo and Juliet first meet.
The movie debuts February 11, 2011 in the United States and is being produced by David Furnish, a long time friend of Elton John.