Headlines: Pregnant Kat McPhee Steps Out, Queen BMI Awards Achievement

Katharine McPhee and David Foster Perform Together for the First Time Since Pregnancy News – On Saturday, the pregnant Smash actress, 36, and Foster, 70, appeared as part of the Go Gala held by the GO Campaign, which raises funds for orphans and vulnerable children worldwide. “We’re so happy and proud and honored to be a part of the GO campaign,” said Foster. “Anything to do with children has got my attention immediately, as well as my wife’s.” “You’re being a little bit humble,” McPhee said, “but David has spent his life creating his own foundation for kids struggling with transplants, so anything to do with children, we are in and you are definitely in because that’s what you’ve devoted your charity life to.” – Read more at People

Queen Achieves Million-Air Honors at 2020 BMI Awards London and 10th No.1 UK Album in Same Week – NEW YORK, Oct. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Today, Sony/ATV Music Publishing paid tribute to the iconic rock band Queen and its significant achievements in the Million-Air awards category at the 2020 BMI London Awards, which were announced on October 5. The Million-Air awards recognize iconic songs that have reached a million or more broadcast performances by UK and European songwriters and publishers. Queen had an impressive three songs honored in this year’s Million-Air awards. With 7 million total performances, both “Crazy Little Thing Called Love” and “We Will Rock You” have earned roughly 40 years of continuous play, and at 6 million performances, “We Are The Champions” has garnered over 34 years of continuous play. The combined airplay total on Queen’s three awarded singles is an astounding 20 million. – Read more at PRNewsWire

Chris Daughtry jams with Sammy Hagar | At Home and Social Online – American Idol contestant and all-around music superstar Chris Daughtry sits down to talk about jamming with Sammy Hagar, performing with Daryl Hall, what is on his quarantine playlist and of course his first concert!

Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon’s New Documentary Film Explores Growing Up Gay in a Conservative Christian Home: – American Idol season 17 finalist Jeremiah Lloyd Harmon releases a documentary about growing up gay in a strict Christian household, and his life after Idol.

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