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Video Watch: Cher Teases The Woman’s World Video

Get your best wigs out guys, Cher has graced us with a teaser view of her “Woman’s World” video.
She tweeted: The video for “Woman’s World” premieres tomorrow on The Daily Mail! Sneak preview http://b.cher.com/12jpQk

Okay we know you can’t  get the song put of your head, but wait till you see the video tomorrow!

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Elton John Denies He Asked For Separate Hotel Room For Sunglasses

Elton John denies that he demanded a separate hotel suite for his sunglasses collection from promoters for a concert in Brazil.

The allegation was made by a spokesperson for the promotion team that brought Elton to Brazil. They claimed, according to the Daily Telegraph, that “Elton John asked for an extra room in the hotel for some of his collection of glasses because he needs a temperature of 16C to preserve the accessories.”

The unnamed source also claimed that John also demanded vases of red and white roses, four bottles of cranberry juice, a pint of fresh skimmed milk and two bottles of Pinot Grigio wine.

The Daily Mail also reported, however, that a spokesperson for Elton flat out denied the claims.

Regardless, John is on a 4-date tour of South America prior to the release of his new album, The Diving Board, which is due out in September.

Rehab Over, But Demi Lovato Still Battles Self Harm Demons

In a one hour documentary special Demi Lovato has revealed that she still battles daily with the demons that caused her to seek treatment in a rehab centre. The 19 year-old star has suffered with body image issues, eating disorders and self harm. Today (March 7, 2012), the Daily Mail reveals the struggles that Lovato still has to overcome, which will be aired tonight.

In October 2010, under duress from her parents, Demi checked into the Timberline Knolls rehab centre in Illinois, in attempt to battle the issues that troubled her. She says that, at the time, she had thrown herself into her work, with a tour, an album and then a TV show. Speaking of her schedule, she says “I loved it but it was kinda when I got a little crazy and maybe, possibly, out of control,” adding “It literally ended up driving me insane.” When her parents stepped in and told her they were sending her to rehab, she explains “I was so mad at my parents I was like ‘I hate you guys.'”

Elton John Album Artist Wants Pic Back


(RTTNews) – The artist behind Elton John’s Goodbye Yellow Brick Road album cover, Ian Beck, has recently requested the original piece back.

Beck tells Britain’s Daily Mail, “I did the cover for Elton’s label Rocket Records. Elton loved it and it was a very successful album . . . I think Elton kept the cover work . . . So if you are listening, Elton, I would like the Yellow Brick Road back, please, because I created it.”

A spokesman for Sir Elton tells the publication: “I have no idea whether Elton has it, but presumably if he does, he paid for it so it is his; $688 was a hell of a lot of money back then. A bit weird, isn’t it, to ask for something back 38 years later?”

Goodbye Yellow Brick Road

Elton John Continues to Rail Against the Daily Mail

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Elton John isn’t letting up on his criticism of the British paper the Daily Mail for its coverage of his baby son, Zachary.  After posting a statement on his website criticizing the paper for erroneously claiming he doubled his staff to look after the new baby, another statement has appeared ridiculing the paper’s latest claim: that he had to hurry back into the studio to make another album so he could afford to pay all those extra staffers.
In the article, titled “What About Paternity Leave?”, the paper claims that “just two weeks after his son’s birth…Sir Elton was spotted back in the recording studio….clutching a blank CD, hopefully featuring enough smash hits to keep little Zack in [teething biscuits].”  The paper adds, “Elton is going…to need enough money coming in to pay the wages of the reported 22 staff he’s just hired as he prepares to take care of his first born.”
Calling the article “stupid” and “ludicrous,” the statement on Elton’s website says, “Leaving aside the fact that two weeks paternity leave is entirely the norm in the UK, we can dispel the idea that Elton is working on a new album.”  Explaining that he’s actually assisting some of the other acts signed to his label, the statement goes on to say, “[Elton’s company] hired nobody in the year ending March 31st, 2010 or since then to assist in the care of baby Zachary.  Nor did the company increase its staffing numbers at all.”
As a parting shot, the statement closes, “It is truly extraordinary how sour some people can be about what is plainly a very happy event. The editor [of the Mail] must be a very unhappy person.”
As previously reported, Elton sued the Daily Mail for libel a few years back and won, which may have something to do with the current war of words.
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