Headlines: Jennifer Hudson Time 100, Adam Lambert set for Carousel of Hope

The Weeknd, Halsey and Jennifer Hudson Set to Perform During TIME100 TV Special – The Weeknd, Halsey and Jennifer Hudson will perform during the TIME100 special airing on ABC, PEOPLE announces exclusively. Each artist has chosen one song for the event. Fans can expect to hear the Weeknd’s summer hit “Blinding Lights,” as well as powerful covers from Halsey and Jennifer Hudson. Halsey, 25, will perform “Mr. President” by 4 Non Blondes, a solemn track about power and politics in America, while Hudson, 38, will bring her powerhouse vocals to Stevie Wonder’s 1972 hit, “Evil.” Viewers can tune in to TIME100 on Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 10 p.m. ET on ABC. The full 2020 TIME100 list will go live on Time.com on Sept. 22 alongside the TV special, or pick up the print issue on newsstands Sept. 25. – Read at People Magazine

Adam Lambert, Jane Fonda, Barry Manilow to appear at 2020 Carousel of Hope Ball – The 2020 Carousel of Hope Ball will go virtual on Saturday, October 10, 2020. In partnership with PEOPLE, the legendary biennial event, which is dedicated to raising funds for clinical care and diabetes research at the Barbara Davis Center for Diabetes, will stream exclusively on PEOPLE.com, PeopleTV, PEOPLE social platforms (Facebook and Twitter) and PEOPLE YouTube. The evening will be filled with once-in-a-lifetime performances and special appearances from icons including Burt Bacharach, Carole Bayer Sager, Tony Bennett, Andrea Bocelli, George Clooney, Dame Joan Collins, Clive Davis, Robert De Niro, Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, Cynthia Erivo, Jane Fonda, David Foster, David Geffen, Josh Groban, Samuel L. Jackson, Quincy Jones, Gladys Knight, Adam Lambert, Jay Leno, Rob Lowe, Nigel Lythgoe, Barry Manilow, Judge Judy Sheindlin, Diane Warren, Dionne Warwick, Oprah Winfrey, Henry Winkler, and many more. – Read more at The Seattle Lesbian

Katy Perry shows off the personal gift Taylor Swift sent for her newborn Daisy Dove – Katy Perry recently showed off the thoughtful gift Taylor Swift sent for her newborn, Daisy Dove Bloom. Perry, who welcomed her first daughter with her fiancé, actor Orlando Bloom, last month, posted a photo of the pink silk blanket, embroidered with “Baby Bloom,” that the pop star gave her. Swift also included a handwritten note with her present. – Via GMA

Bobby Bones’ Five Tips to Win ‘Dancing with the Stars’ – Just 2 seasons ago, I won the show. Season 27 was the year of the “Mirrorball Miracle.” I started the show with the worst odds to win of every … single … competitor. I was basically this season’s Carol Baskin. Except she’s way more famous and maybe killed her husband (for the record, no, I don’t think she did it). I thought I’d share the key to the castle. Maybe one day you’ll be on the show (don’t scoff, they had me!). Or maybe you are on it this season and this link came across your google alert for “Dancing with the Stars Corona.” Follow these 5 steps. And then claim your Mirrorball. – Read more at Sounds Like Nashville

Kelly Clarkson on navigating divorce in blended family: ‘Lots of hearts involved’ – “You can ask anyone that’s gone through divorce,” the “Stronger” singer told Hoda. “I don’t think anyone expects it. You see yourself growing old with someone and then life has a different path, and it’s so hard on everyone. You know me, I’m really open. … I try to be open and share because we all go through things so we can help each other not feel alone.” “But at the same time, we have four kids total together,” she continued. “So that’s a lot of hearts involved, and you just have to be really careful. It’s just a tricky thing to navigate. It’s hard on everyone involved.” – Read more at Today

San Diego’s Homeless Voices Matter on ‘America’s Got Talent’ – “If anybody is moved by the choir, it’s a positive,” Johnson says. “And this I know for sure—any one person with a true intention to create solutions for a societal problem can make a difference.” “AGT” is humanizing homelessness. Let’s face it, people have fears and concerns about those folks who live unsheltered near their homes or workplaces. Voices of Our City Choir’s positive depiction on “AGT” reinforces the notion that all human beings in any station of life should be seen and heard, and in some cases, even celebrated. – Read more at IVN.US

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