KATY PERRY’S NAME IS THE CROSSROAD OF NORWEGIAN PRIMA, NORWEGIAN CRUISE LINE’S LATEST SHIP – American Idol judge will be the godmother of Norwegian Prima, the latest ship to debut in August 2022.
On August 27, Katy performs at a baptismal ceremony in Reykjavik. Iceland. “The most popular way to vacation with my family is on the water. Every morning when you wake up, you can have incredible new sight, ”Katy said in a press release.
“I love being able to baptize him with my good vibrations, and I’m very excited that this new, beautiful, high-end, high-tech ship is invading the seas and providing a once-in-a-lifetime vacation. so many families. ”
The Ellen DeGeneres Show Announces End Date, Star-Studded Lineup of Guests for Farewell Countdown – Former American Idol judge Ellen DeGeneres announced the end date of her long-running daytime talk show. Additionally, she revealed the star-studded list of guests for her final weeks. On Wednesday, the daytime show announced that after 19 seasons the final episode will air May 26. Special guests include former First Lady Michelle Obama, Jennifer Garner, Channing Tatum, Serena Williams, Zac Efron, Adam Levine, Behati Prinsloo, Gwen Stefani, David Letterman, Diane Keaton, Kim Kardashian, and Portia de Rossi. Following the series finale, Kelly Clarkson’s The Kelly Clarkson Show will fill DeGeneres’ series’ time slot.
Cassandra Coleman to lead Mule Day parade on April 28 – The American Idol season 19 singer will lead the Mule Day parade in her native Columbia, Tennessee. Previous years have featured grand marshals such as Gov. Bill Lee, former Maury County sheriffs, and others of note. Cassandra has remained in “hibernation mode” since last year’s finale and continuing her work as a manager at Buckhead Coffee. “I feel very honored, and I am humbled even to be considered,” Coleman said. “I’ve been coming to the parade since I was 11 and to be leading it this year is very surreal. I would have never imagined it.” She hopes to release a single by the end of the year. – Read more at The Daily Herald
Rockers on Broadway drops a charity album of 12 live tracks featuring Constantine Maroulis – “Rockers On Broadway: Live” features Alex Brightman and Cervaris belting out “Under Pressure,” Dolenz of The Monkees singing “I’m a Believer,” LaChanze doing “Purple Rain,” Alice Ripley singing “Hallelujah,” Constantine Maroulis singing “No Rain” and Williams performing his signature “The Rainbow Connection.” The album is a selection of live performances from Rockers On Broadway concerts over the past 28 years. Proceeds will support ongoing initiatives for The PATH Fund.