Peep Pop star Kelly Rowland arriving at the International Women’s Media Foundation’s ‘Courage In Journalism’ Awards last night (October 22nd). The event took place at the Beverly Hills Hotel in…Beverly Hills.
Good to see Ms. Kelly keeping her face out there as she records her new album. Visibility is everything.
This week’s That Grape Juice Cover Star (s) are Them Girls. The US-based trio – consisting of Latoya , Siobhan, and Victoria , serve up a rousing rendition of Destiny’s Child‘s smash ‘Say My Name’.
Check out their showing below:
Solid! The ladies really did the song justice, particularly this version of it (DC’s live interpretation). Their harmonies are tighter than tight. It’s little wonder, then, why they have since been snapped up by Rodney ‘Darkchild’ Jerkins production company. The ladies know also go by the name Purple Reign…
For more on Them Girls / Purple Reign, check out their Youtube page
Kanye West‘s ‘G.O.O.D Friday’ offering, once again, arrives fashionably late in the form of ‘Don’t Look Back (The Pheonix Story)‘. The guitar driven /autotune-friendly cut features Lupe Fiasco, Mos Def, and Big Sean.
Peep Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger on the set of the video for her new single ‘Poison’.
The Red One produced cut serves as the first single to be lifted from her as yet untitled sophomore album. Her first LP, ‘Her Name Is Nicole’ was scrapped upon completion in 2007, after the poor performance of its preceeding singles. Ms. Scherzinger will no doubt be hoping for better fortunes this go round.
Renown director Joseph Khan is directing the clip for ‘Poison’, so she may very well be off to a good start. Time will tell.
By Sam on Friday 22nd Oct 2010 | Filed Under EnVogue
After an 18 year hiatus, the original line-up of the legendary En Vogue returned to London for a sold-out show at the indigO2 last night.
That Grape Juice was in the house and can vouch for the fact that the ladies blew the roof off! See for yourself; peep their performances of ‘Don’t Let Go’, ‘Free Your Mind’, ‘Never Gonna Get It’ after the jump. Interestingly, the ladies also performed ‘Riddle’ (with Dawn, who had left the group when the song was released).
Ne-Yo and Shontelle hit the stage at the 2010 Angel Ball to Benefit Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation at Cipriani Wall Street last evening. Also in attendance was the soon to be mother of his child, Monyetta Shaw. Check out more images below via The YBF: