It appears that David Hasselhoff is getting help from a former Louth woman to promote Bella Vida’s Kiss Kiss Me Bang Bang!
Why the personal interest you may ask?
Well the answer is the Bella Vida group consists of his daughters, Taylor-Ann and Hayley, and daddy is going to do all he can to be a good papa and help his daughters new single become the bomb!
He even has a page on his web site dedicated to “Bella Vida (My Girls)”, ‘so that everyone can see the great stuff they are doing!’ and also gives a little bit of info about the girls.
Both girls performed on their Dads' Christmas album singing a couple songs when they were little but have never actually performed live with him... yet! They both share the dream of becoming actresses/singers. The girls are very active in charitable work and have helped organizations such as The Children’s Hospital Los Angeles and The Starlight Foundation. The girls and their dad have also worked together with The Giving Spirit.
David says that it's the dream of every parent to be able to help their children succeed, “I told the girls that I would help them open the door when they're ready, but they would have to walk through it on their own. This is their time and I am excited to be a part of it”.
Well dad is definitely opening doors with the help of Emma Murray, the PR director of Pink Gorilla PR based in Leeds, who is aiming to get the new single Kiss Kiss Me Bang Bang, performed by The Hoff’s daughters Taylor-Ann and Hayley, to number one in the charts.
Emma and the company will handle band Bella Vida’s social and online media public relations.
Rihanna was looking for love and it seems she found it, on her next single at least. As she gears up for the release of her sixth album later this year, the Loud singer has released the name of her next single.
On Monday, Rihanna confirmed the name of the first single off her forthcoming album, tweeting, "NP: "WE FOUND LOVE." Soon after she announced the name of the song, it became a Twitter trend, to which the singer responded, "We Found Love' is trending WORLDWIDE...!"
A rep for the singer confirmed to Rapup.com that the Calvin Harris-produced song will hit radio on October 11. Harris toured with Rihanna on a leg of her Loud outing earlier this summer. "Calvin is the perfect fit for the Loud tour. He is going to bring something unique and fun for the fans," Rihanna said at the time, according to JustJared.com.
Last week, Rihanna announced that her "GangstaR"-fied next album would be heavily influenced by club music, sharing on Twitter, "You KNOW how I been lovin Dubstep since Rated R."
But Rihanna isn't keeping all the magic to herself. She is also set to appear on Coldplay's next album, Mylo Xyloto, on the track "Princess of China."
"Well, her bit on our record is my favorite bit ... when the song came out, it sort of asked for her to be on it. And I think at this point, we have nothing to lose, and so we've been trying some new things and trying to break down the perceived boundaries between different types of music," Chris Martin explained. "Because from where we're sitting, it seems like you can try and sound any way you like nowadays. You don't have to be in a rock box or a hip-hop box or a pop box, and I think it's fun when you embrace that idea."
Adele had to halt her London show last night after a member of the audience fainted.
The singer was performing hits from her 19 and 21 albums at Hammersmith Apollo when the incident happened.
Just before starting a rendition of 'Rumour Has It', Adele stopped the set after noticing the fan fainting in the stalls.
She asked: "Has someone fainted?" before medics rushed over to help the collapsed crowd member.
After the fan was safely removed from the audience, Adele joked: "That's proper rock 'n' roll."
The 23-year-old, wowed the audience at the 2011 BRIT Awards with a spectacular live performance of her song, ‘Someone Like you’ and has achieved great success on the charts with her top hit, ‘Rolling in the Deep’. Her style of music and lyrics capture the emotions of someone who has experienced love ending in heartbreak and many fans find that the songs empathize with their own lives and emotions.
Katy Perry has said that she enjoys napping while she gets her make-up done.
The 'Last Friday Night' singer revealed that she purchased a dentist's chair so that she can sleep while her make-up is applied.
"I ordered a special chair from the dentist so I can lie back and wake up looking like a million bucks," Perry told In Style. "I call it my Sleeping Beauty make-up."
Perry recently confirmed that 'The One That Got Away' will be her sixth single from her album Teenage Dream.
In August, the singer became the first female artist to achieve five US Hot 100 number ones from a single album.
Perry's 'Last Friday Night' was recently named VH1's 'Song of the Summer'.
After a photo surfaced online of Justin Bieber and Boyz II Men singer Shawn Stockman in the studio together, Beliebers were pretty excited about the Christmas track they were putting together. Bieber had his musical heroes in mind when he heard the song — called "Falalalala," – for his upcoming holiday album.
"He thought we'd be perfect for it," Stockman said. "And we went in and locked in."
When the Boyz stopped by to talk about their October album Twenty, Wanya Morris recalled meeting the teen star for the first time way back before they all worked together.
"We met him in the hotel, at the Le Montrose, in L.A. and the dude, he had a cast on at the time," Morris remembered. "And he stepped up and said, 'Oh my God! Boyz II Men, you're my favorite group!' and we're like, 'Oh, OK,' and at the time, we didn't know who he was. He was a new dude, and the next thing you know, he's huge; and I'm like, 'That's the same guy!' "
Bieber was a fan of Boyz II Men from when he was a kid, but there was one track that wasn't allowed in the Bieber household.
"He told us his mom didn't want him to sing 'I'll Make Love to You,' so he'd sneak and go sing it somewhere," Morris said. "It's also good to know we've influenced such a good artist. It's something that makes us feel we've accomplished [something and] we're doing our job, [that] a guy so young and so into his craft [is] influenced by three guys from Philadelphia that love to sing."