Headlines: Kelly Clarkson Christens Ship, John Legend, Adam Lambert

Kelly Clarkson Christens Norwegian Encore in Miami – Singer-songwriter and television personality Kelly Clarkson christened Norwegian Cruise Line’s 3,998-passenger Norwegian Encore on Thursday at a pier-side ceremony at the Port of Miami, emphasizing the new ship’s suitability for a wide range of vacationers. In christening the new vessel Clarkson mentioned her family, which includes her three and five-year old children Remington and River. “To find a vacation that fits all ages is a rarity, so I am excited about this,” she said. – Read more at TravelPulse.com

Kelly Clarkson Norwegian Cruise Lines

‘Wow, This Is Going To Be Fun’: Adam Lambert Leaves Pittsburgh Impressed After Light Up Night Concert – Adam Lambert stole the show on Light Up Night, headlining the day’s concerts and helping kick off the holiday season in Pittsburgh. The pop star was in town Friday weeks after the release of his new EP “Velvet: Side A.” He is also on a break from touring as the lead singer of Queen. Lambert was the main attraction for the city’s Light Up Night music events. “I had no idea the city was going to come out like this tonight,” Lambert said. “I got in the car at my hotel and we started driving and I went, ‘Wow, this is going to be fun.’” – Read more at CBSLocal.com

Artist Interview Roulette with Laine Hardy – Born and raised in Louisiana, Laine Hardy, the American Idol winner joined us in Chicago to talk about his love music and playing guitar, and burnin gas all day everyday.- Read more at US99.radio.com

Photo Flash: Chris Isaacson & The VFC Project Present #HASH(TAG) AMERICA – Chris Isaacson Presents in association with The VFC Project presented #Hash(tag) America at Catalina Jazz Club in Hollywood. #Hash(tag) America is a new theatrical musical, an urgent urban rock concert, and a soul stirring personal testimonial all rolled into one powerful explosion of sound, youth, diversity and truth. Set against original musical collaborations by Anthony Fedorov and other artists, this inspirational new musical explores true stories of social justice, gender identity, race, immigration, and economic inequalities within the fabric of the American experience. – Read ore at BroadwayWorld.com

John Legend Addresses Controversy Surrounding His “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” Remake

Ally Brooke Has Been ‘Texting Back and Forth’ With James Van Der Beek After ‘DWTS’ Shocker – “James was so wonderful. He’s like, ‘Girl, you shine and go enjoy this and go shine.’ So I took that with me, but you know I did work so hard to get here and it’s not been easy and I’m very, very thankful to be in the finale,” she shared with Us Weekly exclusively at the Vanderpump Dog Foundation Gala on Thursday, November 21. “I hoped I would be and the fact that I’m in the finale is unbelievable! It’s bittersweet because I’m going to miss everyone so much but at the same time, I’m taking every minute in now that I know that it’s coming to an end.” – Read more at USMagazine

Harry Styles Explains Why He Didn’t Experiment With Drugs Until After One Direction Split – It’s been four years since One Direction announced its “hiatus.” On Friday’s episode of New Music Daily with Zane Lowe, Harry Styles looked back at his time in the group and the standards he set for himself. “When I was in the band, it was like, to me, it felt like it was so much bigger than any of us that I kind of felt like, ‘I’m not going to be the one who f–ks it up,'” the 25-year-old singer—who was in the band with Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Zayn Malik—recalled. “So I was like, ‘Now is the time in my life when you probably go out and experiment and do this and you take this and you do that and that’s what you do with your friends. And I was like, ‘I’m not going to be the guy who f–king messes it up.’ So, I was like, ‘I’m not going to do any of that stuff.'” – Read more at E News

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