The first single from Lionel Richie's upcoming album of country duets will be familiar to Shania Twain fans. 'Endless Love' was the song she recorded with Richie during an episode of 'Why Not?' on OWN. It's a song Richie wrote and originally cut with Diana Ross, and that version was named the biggest song duet of all time by Billboard.
An already unpredictable court case against Shania Twain stalker John Palumbo just got stranger. The 51-year-old former doctor is appealing his own guilty plea in hopes of getting an acquittal or a new trial. Legal experts are suspicious of his motivations. The trial had officially ended in November.
Shania Twain stalker John Palumbo is now a free man and will remain free as long as he doesn't come within a half kilometer of the famous singer. The Toronto Sun reports that Palumbo was sentenced to time served and placed on three years probation after a long trial which featured many sensational outbursts.
The case against alleged Shania Twain stalker Giovanni (John) Palumbo is in its third month, with testimony expected on Tuesday, Nov. 15 to decide if the defendant is mentally fit to continue. Psychiatrist Dr. Helen Ward will testify about her recent court-mandated evaluation of Palumbo.
Shania Twain joined Michael Buble via Skype from Switzerland to record her lyrics for a version of 'White Christmas' that will appear on his 'Christmas' album, due out on October 24. In the preview video below, one sees how the two Canadian superstars made the long distance duet work while get a sneak peak at what the final song will sound like.
Shania Twain testified in court yesterday against her alleged stalker, former doctor Giovanni (who goes by John) Palumbo, but the testimony didn't come without some drama. While Twain told her story via a video recording, Palumbo couldn't help but stand up and interrupt the singer as she spoke about her problems with the man.
The case against alleged Shania Twain stalker Giovanni Palumbo took an unexpected turn Thursday as Palumbo interrupted the proceedings to declare he would plead guilty. The outburst came after 90 minutes of testimony from the country singer.
The shoes that brought down country music superstar Shania Twain when she fell at the 2011 CMT Video Music Awards in June raised big money for underprivileged kids in Canada. The singer put them up for auction on eBay two weeks ago, and by Monday, a 63-bid war had pushed the price up to $9,000.
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