Oh, hey guys. I don’t know how I missed this yesterday, but I should have totally posted it. It’s the video for We Are The World 25, a remake of the classic celebrity collaboration that was recorded to benefit Haiti. It’s a really crappy, elevator-type song but you know, it’s one of those things you have to watch once because everyone famous ever is in it. Also, it’s kind of hilarious. I laugh every single time I see Josh Groban’s face. And the parts with Enrique Iglesias, Celine Dion and Wyclef are pretty lulzy as well.
In kinda sad news, singer and Dancing With The Stars pro Julianne Hough has split from country singer Chuck Wicks. I thought these two were an adorable couple that were going to go the distance. Last December, Hough told People “The minute we met it was perfect. The first date we had we both had that feeling like we were going to fall in love with each other.” Sigh.
In much sadder news, after announcing her pregnancy in August, Celine Dion is no longer pregnant. A family source confirmed that though she and her husband Rene Angelil are “actively trying” they are not expecting at this time. The loss of a pregnancy is so hard to deal with. I hope that they will find comfort in all that they do have.
It has been widely reported that the couple conceived their son Rene-Charles as well as the pregnancy that was reported this summer through fertility treatments. Good luck wishes to the couple in their quest to expand their family.
According to a report coming out of Montreal, after extensive fertility treatments — isn’t modern medicine incredible? She’s 41, her husband is 67 and a cancer survivor — Celine Dion is expecting her second child with husband Rene Angelil.
The couple has one son Rene Charles, 8. I wonder how he’ll feel about getting a sibling — he has three half-siblings from his dad’s previous marriages, but they are middle-aged adults — after almost nine years of being essentially an only child?
This Celine Dion/Anastacia cover of AC/DC’s “You Shook Me All Night Long” has been voted the worst cover of all time by Total Guitar magazine.
Meredith Brooks accompanies on guitar.
I really wish Celine would try this as a ballad. That’s about the only way it could be funnier.