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A big change for the warrior prince. Harry will no longer be piloting an apache helicopin a combat zone. Moving to a desk job.

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Katy Perry Celebrates 29th Birthday With Special ‘Roar’ Concert at Colo. High School

(ABC)—Katy Perry celebrated her 29th birthday by giving a private concert at theColorado high school whose spirited lip dub video to her pop anthem “Roar” became a viral frenzy and won “‘Good Morning America’s ‘Roar’ With Katy Perry Contest.”

Perry chose the winning video, which was shot in a single take and featured over 2,000 students and staff at Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Colo., lip-syncing to Perry’s lyrics group by group, from student athletes to cheerleaders to members of the pep band and more, for its school spirit.

“It was thousands of kids coming together to ‘Roar’ and that’s what this competition means to me,” Perry told “GMA.”Click here to watch the full video.

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Video Watch: Cher Always Felt Like ‘an Outsider’, Tells Story of Her Unconventional Mom

Cher is a legend, icon, singer, actress. For five decades, defying so many odds, she has sizzled and survived.
That staying power may come from her mother, 86-year-old Georgia Holt.
In the new Lifetime documentary, “Dear Mom, Love Cher,” the entertainer documents what life was like growing up for her and her younger sister, Georganne LaPiere Bartylak. They sat down with ABC News’ Cynthia McFadden to talk about their life together.
Holt was hardly a conventional mother, married eight times to six different men. Sometimes, even she has trouble remembering the order. Read more>>

Marie Osmond Speaks Out on Gay Marriage

Ever since she hosted her variety show with brotherDonny, Marie Osmond has been associated with traditional American values. Now the former Dancing with the Stars contestant, 53, is speaking out in favor of marriage equality. In the clip below, the singer voices support for the right of people like her daughter Jessica, who is gay, to marry whomever they choose. Read more>>

Glen Campbell Appears on ABC World News with Diane Sawyer Tomorrow—New CD Out August 30

Legendary musician Glen Campbell has announced a number of appearances surrounding the arrival of his remarkable new Surfdog Records release, Ghost On The Canvas. The album – which marks the iconic singer/guitarist/songwriter’s final studio recording – arrives everywhere on August 30th.

Campbell will discuss the album, as well as his recent diagnoses of early stages of Alzheimer’s Disease, in an exclusive interview with ABC News’ Terry Moran, slated to air tomorrow, August 23 (6:30pm EST) on World News with Diane Sawyer. The interview will be followed by Nightline the same night (11:35pm) and the next day on Good Morning America. In addition, the multiple Grammy Award-winner will herald Ghost On The Canvas with an array of live TV performances, including NBC’s The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on September 12th and ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live! on September 27th.
Ghost On The Canvas sees Campbell capping his brilliant career with one of his most moving and energized works to date, a powerfully emotional song cycle that sees him accompanied by a truly dazzling line-up of songwriters and musicians. Among the tunesmiths contributing original songs to the collection are such modern luminaries as Paul Westerberg, Jakob Dylan, Robert Pollard, and Teddy Thompson, backed by a roster of players that includes Chris Isaak, Dick Dale, Billy Corgan, Brian Setzer, Rick Nielsen, Roger Manning, and The Dandy Warhols. The album is produced by Julian Raymond, who also co-wrote a number of new songs with Campbell.
Ghost On The Canvas has already earned early praise from Rolling Stone which calls the disc “powerful” and England’s Uncut, which awarded the album four-out-of-five stars while applauding Campbell’s “majestic storytelling” and “soaring vocal(s).” In addition, Associated Press hailed a recent Campbell concert in Biloxi, Mississippi – his first live date since announcing his illness – as no less than “a triumph,” noting that “the 75-year-old Campbell brought the crowd to its feet after acing the delicate runs in the middle of his classic ‘Wichita Lineman.'”
Campbell will celebrate the new album – as well as his extraordinary five-decade-plus career – with a valedictory concert tour, dubbed “The Glen Campbell Goodbye Tour.” Among the highlights is a hugely anticipated show at Los Angeles’ Nokia Theatre, set for October 6th. Campbell will then travel to England, Ireland and Scotland for a major series of dates, including an October 22nd concert at London’s Royal Festival Hall. A slate of additional shows will be announced shortly.

Over the course of his astonishing career, Campbell can lay claim to six Top 20 albums and 21 Top 40 hit singles. His track record as one of country music’s greatest stars includes 27 Top 10 country classics spanning 22 years, as well as nine #1 country albums.
Campbell has also received a stunning array of honors, beginning in 1967 when he made history by winning multiple Grammy Awards in both the Country & Western and Pop categories: “Gentle On My Mind” was honored as “Best Country & Western Vocal Performance, Male” and “Best Country & Western Recording,” while “By The Time I Get To Phoenix” was named “Best Vocal Performance, Male” and “Best Contemporary Male Solo Vocal Performance.” The following year saw Campbell earning yet another Grammy when By The Time I Get To Phoenix was named “Album of the Year” – the first country album to win the top award. What’s more, “Gentle On My Mind,” “By The Time I Get To Phoenix,” and “Wichita Lineman” have all since received the “Grammy Hall of Fame Award.”Among Campbell’s many other honors are seven Academy of Country Music Awards (including “Top Male Vocalist” and “Album of the Year” in both 1967 and 1968), three American Music Awards (celebrating “Rhinestone Cowboy” and the album that bears its name), three Gospel Music Association Dove Awards, two Country Music Association Awards, and the UK’s Q Award for “Q Legend.” In addition, Campbell has received the Academy of Country Music’s prestigious “Pioneer Award” and has been inducted to both the Country Music Hall of Fame as well as the Musicians Hall of Fame (honoring his membership in The Wrecking Crew).

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Barbara Walters Talks to Elton John and Partner David Furnish on 20/20 (4/22)

Elton John and his partner, David Furnish, will sit down with Barbara Walters for their first major U.S. Television interview since the birth of their son, Zachary, this past Christmas. In the interview, John and Furnish will discuss why they wanted a child, how they kept the baby a huge secret until he was born, and how fatherhood has changed them both. They will also introduce Walters to Zachary, their four-and-a-half-month old son. John will also reveal details of his latest project. The exclusive interview will air on “20/20,” FRIDAY, APRIL 22 (10:00-11:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network. 
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ABC News Cynthia McFadden Interviews Cher on Her New Film, "Burlesque"

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ABC News’ “Nightline” Anchor Cynthia McFadden sits down with megastar Cher for a rare and in-depth interview. The star discusses her new movie, “Burlesque,” her co-star, Christina Aguilera, dating, whether there’s a man in her life, and whether reports that she’s worth more than $600 million dollars are true. She also gives her first extended interview about Chaz, her son who has undergone gender reassignment surgery. 
Cynthia McFadden’s interview with Cher airs beginning on ABC News’ “Nightline,” THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18 at 11:35 p.m., ET. A portion of the interview will also air on “Good Morning America” Friday morning, November 19, and the full interview will air Friday evening on “20/20.” 
ABC’s “Good Morning America” airs live Monday through Friday 7:00-9:00 a.m., ET. “Nightline” airs at 11:35 p.m., ET weeknights, and “20/20” airs Fridays at 10:00 p.m., ET on the ABC Television Network.
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