“I Wanna Dance with Somebody” is the latest but probably not last biopic retelling the life of Whitney Houston, but it’s certainly perhaps one of the frankest and closest to the truths about her that we may get. If you’re a fan of the greatest singer of all time, this film may floor you as much as her voice and presence did.
Three years after the long-awaited return of performing in the UK (or anywhere really) with “The X Tour” in 2019, Christina Aguilera is back again to promote her new Spanish-language album “Aguilera”. Most casual fans may not have ever known about the new music but there’s no forgetting it or Christina after seeing her live. Read my full review of her Liverpool show here.
The Chromatica Ball is the long-awaited concert tour by Lady Gaga that has had Little Monsters holding their breath to see for a couple of years now. Known for her extravagant shows featuring great vocals, tight choreography, outrageous outfits and all-out stage setups, The Chromatica Ball doesn’t disappoint. Read my full review of it from Tottenham Hotspurs stadium in London here.
Michael Flatley’s “Lord of the Dance”, the biggest dance show of all time, is back to celebrate its 25th anniversary. With brand new music and a string of new dancers – including ones taking over from the legend himself in the title role – can it recapture the magic and audiences for its return to the stage? Read my full review of the show from its opening night in Manchester’s Palace Theatre here.
As we bow out Pride Month, much has gone on in the world surrounding LGBTQ issues and rights to reflect upon. But as ever, gay icon Christina Aguilera also reaffirmed her support for the community with her jaw-dropping performance at LA Pride. To commemorate and thank her for said support, here are my top 10 favourite LGBTQ anthems she has put out over the years.
Cher is a unique, inimitable superstar. And after living through seven decades she has certainly had an interesting life – one that is now being told through a jukebox musical. But does “The Cher Show” bring the icon’s life, career and eccentric personality to the stage faithfully and with sincerity without parodying her? Read my review to find out my thoughts here.
With a voice, presence and legacy like Whitney Houston’s, it’s hard to imagine others emulating her. But if anyone can do it, it’s Elesha Paul Moses and her “Whitney – Queen of the Night” entourage. Read my review of this party-starting, tear-jerking tour of Whitney’s biggest hits here.
Christina Aguilera’s coming of age album, “Stripped”, is an iconic, influential and inspirational musical masterpiece. To mark the multi-million selling and multi-award winning album’s 19th anniversary, here are my top 10 tracks favourite from it.
To mark the 11th anniversary of the criminally underrated “Bionic” album by Christina Aguilera, here is my top 10 favourite tracks from said record. #JusticeForBionic
On 12th April 2005, Mariah Carey released one of the biggest and most iconic albums of her career, “The Emancipation of Mimi” that showed she was back on top form and put her back on top of the charts. Here are my top 10 favourite tracks from that album.