Earlier this month, Lady Gaga had to cancel her show at Purdue University because she got sick. But the pop star was back in West Lafayette, Indiana on Tuesday night to make it up to all the students. Head to www.PerezHilton.com right now to see video of Gaga apologizing for letting down her fans.
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KATY PERRY WANTS TO HOST IDOL FOR GOOD
Katy Perry was a guest judge on this past week’s American Idol, and it seems that the singer really enjoyed herself. So much so that she told MTV that she would give up her career as a singer to be a part of it. Perry said that if she was offered a permanent position, she would “ditch” being a pop star. Perry called being on the hit show “fun” and “easy.”
CHRISTINA AGUILERA PUSHED TO APRIL
According to RCA Records, Christina Aguilera’s fourth studio album, tentatively titled Bionic, has officially been pushed back. The project was initially scheduled to hit shelves in early March but fans will have to wait an additional month for the set, which is now due out sometime in April. Fortunately, the singer’s lead single, “Glam,” is expected to hit airwaves in the coming weeks, with a video to follow.
JAKOB DYLAN TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM
Jakob Dylan has just announced via press release that he will be releasing his second solo album. It’s titled Women and Country and will hit shelves on April 6th. The record is set to have 11 tracks and will be produced by GRAMMY and Golden Globe Award-winning producer T-Bone Burnett, who also produced Dylan’s group the Wallflower’s 1996 hit album Bringing Down The Horse. Get all the details at www.JakobDylan.com.
Carrie Underwood Chosen to Sing National Anthem at Super Bowl
Carrie Underwood has been chosen to sing the National Anthem prior to Super Bowl XLIV at Sun Life Stadium in Miami on February 7th. The performance will be televised live by CBS Sports. In addition, Queen Latifah will sing “America the Beautiful.” Carrie is the fifth country artist to sing prior to a Super Bowl game, following the Dixie Chicks (2003), Faith Hill (2000), Garth Brooks (1993) and Charley Pride (1974).