Adele is saying an early “hello” to the stage.
The singer is rumored to be giving a concert to West Coasters. Adele is set to perform at Wiltern Theater on Friday night (Feb. 12) in Los Angeles, California.
The show will only be for 1,900 fans. According to a press release, “Tickets for this show are being offered to existing California area fans registered with Adele.com.”
Adele will also be performing at GRAMMYS for the first time in years, on Monday, Feb. 15, live from Staples Center.
Elsa and Anna are going to building snowmans on Broadway.
Disney is said to be developing a Broadway production based on the hit animated film, FROZEN and it is slated to open in two years.
According to Disney’s rep, Frozen Broadway will debut in Spring 2018. Disney also has plans to release a Frozen 2, which doesn’t have an official debit date, and a Frozen holiday television special that will air on ABC at the end of 2017.
For the upcoming tenth season of The Voice, veteran singer Patti LaBelle will join the show, as an advisor for Christina Aguilera’s contestants, according to PEOPLE .
“I adore Christina, so I was honored and excited when she invited me to be a part of her team and we had a ball working together!” LaBelle tells PEOPLE exclusively. “And there is so much talent on our team … everyone else better watch out!”
This will be fun for Aguilera, who took a break from the series last season to focus on other important aspects of her life.
“Working with Patti was a dream come true,” Aguilera tells PEOPLE. “She is my girl and she has a voice like no other! It was such a great experience to have her mentor my team and she has such a great way of giving advice in a way that is clear and direct yet gentle and constructive.”
Season 10 of The Voice returns Feb. 29 at 8 p.m. on NBC.
Coldplay frontman Chris Martin covers the latest issue of Rolling Stone.
Though the singer has numerous No. 1 hits under his belt, not every song is loved by his friends.
In his interview with the magazine, Martin reveals that Beyonce wasn’t afraid to tell him that she wasn’t fond of his song called “Hook Up.”
He explained, “She did it in the sweetest way possible- she told me, ‘I really like you- but this is awful.”
Chris Martin and Beyonce have been friends for a long time and now their children are following in their footsteps.
On Super Bowl Sunday, Gwyneth Paltrow (ex-wife of Martin) posted an adorable photo of her daughter Apple Martin and Beyonce’s Blue Ivy walking hand-in-hand with some game duds. She captioned the photo with the hashtag #SuperBowl50 and “jacket game.”
Both Apple and Blue should be proud, as their parents gave stellar performances. Beyonce channeled Michael Jackson with her outfit and dance moves, and Chris Martin, of Coldplay, paid tribute to past Super Bowl performers. The entertainment out-shined the game, which ended with the Denver Broncos beating the Carolina Panthers.
Lady Gaga is set to receive the Grammy Museum’s Jane Ortner Artist Award at the 2016 Jane Ortner Education Award Luncheon in Beverly Hills on April 4. ‘
“The enormous impact Lady Gaga has had on artists and fans began with a strong educational foundation,” Grammy Museum executive director Bob Santelli said in a statement. “Her career trajectory, marked by extraordinary talent and creativity, is one of the most inspiring stories in music. We couldn’t be more honored to recognize Lady Gaga with this year’s Jane Ortner Artist Award
The award is just the latest impressive feat in Gaga’s recently redefined career. In December, she was crowned Billboard‘s Woman of the Year, then in January, she took home her first Golden Globe for her turn in American Horror Story: Hotel.
And the singer, 29, is showing no signs of slowing down: She’ll sing the national anthem at Sunday’s Super Bowl; is up for another Grammy on Music’s Biggest Night, where she’ll honor the late David Bowie with a tribute performance; and she’ll perform her song “Til It Happens to You” at the Oscars, where it’s up for Best Original Song honors.
The NFL and Coldplay are puling out all the stops, as Bruno Mars is slated to perform for the Super Bowl 50 half time show.
Mars tweeted the good news Friday, Feb. 5, saying,” It ain’t a party if Mr $how Up & $how out doesn’t show up. #Confirmed #SB50 #Halftime #Coldplay #Beyonce #TheBrunz #Shwaaaggg.”
Mars’ appearance marks the second time he’ll be performing at the Super Bowl. He headlined the halftime show back in 2014.