Usher leads the pack of nominees for the 2012 Soul Train Awards with five nominations, including Album of the Year for 'Looking 4 Myself.' Following behind Usher is R&B songbird Estelle with three nods including Song of the Year ('Thank You').
R. Kelly has always been an emotional guy, but who knew chick flicks got under his skin so badly? The 'Write Me Back' singer details his divorce from wife Andrea Kelly, including what led up to the split, in his new book, 'Soulacoaster, The Diary of Me'. (We'll give you a second to stop chuckling at the title. Okay, ready?) The biggest catalyst? Apparently, 'The Notebook.' Yes. 'The Notebook.'
When R. Kelly wrote 'I Look to You' for Whitney Houston 10 years ago, he never thought that he'd be singing it at the legend's funeral. Kelly choked back tears during his rousing performance of the song at Houston's memorial yesterday (Feb. 18), giving a new meaning to the track he penned.
Whitney Houston's three-hour funeral was aired on CNN and streamed online today (Feb. 18). While pop divas like Mariah Carey and Mary J. Blige were in attendance and the likes of Alicia Keys, R. Kelly and Stevie Wonder performed, it was still a traditional Baptist worship service at New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, N.J., where Houston was born.
At the beginning of the ceremony, the priest said, "We gonna have church today," and that's just what they had while celebrating the singer's life and her immovable faith.
R. Kelly is known for his weird antics, both in and out of the spotlight, so it didn't come as that big of a shocker when he showed up sporting a black face mask to the Grammy Awards in 2004. Is it just us, or does R. Kelly look like he c
R. Kelly needs your help. The Chicago singer-producer wants to continue his music soap opera 'Trapped in the Closet' but he's financially unable to release it to the public. In an interview with TMZ, Kellz revealed that he has 32 chapters ready to go. WTF?
Following guest performances from Alanis Morissette and Avril Lavigne, we weren't all that surprised when R. Kelly showed up to duet with Melanie Amaro on his own 1996 smash, 'I Believe I Can Fly,' and their duet soared even though the surprise was spoiled.
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