WATCH: Kelly Clarkson Sings “Greatest Showman”

WATCH: Kelly Clarkson Sings “Greatest Showman”

Kelly Clarkson

Kelly Clarkson released her rendition of “Never Enough” from “The Greatest Shoman – Reimagined.”  The album comes out November 16th and also includes songs done by Pink, Sara Bareilles, and Kesha.

Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry is recovering in a New York City hospital after a health scare at Madison Square Garden over the weekend.  Perry joined Billy Joel on stage Saturday night, but had to be treated backstage after experiencing shortness of breath.  The 68 year old is “alert and responsive” according to his rep.

Mariah Carey is hosting an exhibition in New York City to celebrate the release of her latest album.  “The Mariah Experience” feature Instagrammable photo sets, multimedia displays, memorabilia, and a pop-up shop.  Mariah will be there herself opening night, November 16th, signing copies of her new album, “Caution.”  It will run through December 4th.

Bruno Mars closed out his “24K Magic World Tour” in his hometown of Honolulu, where he also provided Thanksgiving meals to 24,000 Hawaiians through the Salvation Army.


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Ben Affleck reportedly returned to rehab.  He recently finished a 40-day stint at a Malibu clinic, but told friends he feels he needs more treatment to stay sober.  The news comes just days after he finalized his divorce from Jennifer Garner.

“Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Joe Giudice has filed an appeal to remain in the United States.  A judge had ordered the father of four to be deported following his prison sentence.  His wife, Teresa, has publicly stated she was concerned about their family being separated.

Chip and Joanna Gaines are launching their own TV network.  The former HGTV “Fixer Upper” stars are reportedly in talks with Discovery on a network that focuses on their lifestyle brand, Magnolia.

“The Grinch” stole the weekend box office!

  1. “Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch” – $66 million
  2. “Bohemian Rhapsody” – $30.9 million
  3. “Overlord” – $10.1 million
  4. “The Nutcracker and the Four Realms” – $9.6 million
  5. “The Girl in the Spider’s Web: A New Dragon Tattoo Story” – $8 million


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