Jews won a lot, lost even more, sang, and shared hard truths.
Guitarist Brian May even wrapped a segment of “Hava Nagilah” into one of his guitar solos.
The former “American Idol” contestant is on tour with Queen — AND has a new single.
The GLAAD Awards nominees are here and the Jews have a strong presence in the television and music categories. Here are four things you need to know about the 27th edition of the awards, which recognizes LGBT representations in the media.
“Glee” star Cory Monteith was found dead in his hotel room in Vancouver on Saturday morning. He was only 31. Hollywood took to Twitter to process its grief, and stars expressed their condolences to Monteith’s girlfriend, Jewish actress and co-star Lea Michele.
When it comes to sex appeal, it looks like Jewish pop stars have it. How else can The Shmooze account for the fact that three out of the 10 men on Billboard’s “sexiest men in pop” list are members of the tribe?
Remember Adam Lambert? You know, the eyeliner-wearing singer who didn’t win American Idol?
Kris Allen’s taking of the “Idol” title from Adam Lambert may seem like old news, but to say that would be to ignore the importance of dissecting the psychology of “American Idol” culture. What is most titillating about the wildly successful show is the predilections and biases of everyday Americans — the millions who vote each week — that it lays bare.
Years before Adam Lambert, this season’s “American Idol” frontrunner, made Simon Cowell go weak at the knees, he sang Shir Lashalom alongside Noa Dori and Maya Haddi at a 2005 Yitzhak Rabin tribute concert: