Wondering what the celebs are up to? Need to be up to date on all the gossip for your dinner conversations? Finding yourself with nothing to talk about as you gather around the water cooler? Here are the biggest stories of Monday, March 24.
Can't stop singing 'Let It Go' from Disney's 'Frozen'? Neither can we. And neither can the incredibly talented Off-Broadway actress Christina Bianco, who performed a hilarious parody of pop divas -- everyone from Demi Lovato to Alanis Morissette -- singing the now-iconic Disney tune.
Adele usually flies under the radar, socially speaking, since she considers herself a singer not a pop star. But she had a date night with baby daddy Simon Konecki at Lady Gaga's private show in London on Friday, Dec. 6. How sweet, right?
Since she won an Oscar for Best Original Song her effort with 'Skyfall,' it would stand to reason that producers and powers-that-be of the James Bond franchise would want songstress Adele to record another Bond theme.
If Beyonce can do it, why can't her fellow belter Adele? And no, we're not talking about being a celebrated singer or having her first child last year, either. We're talking about being the subject of a cable TV documentary!
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