John Legend

Feb
12
Keri Hilson, Lil Mama, & LeToya Luckett Attend ‘About Last Night’ Premiere

Keri Hilson

Following the success of Ride Along, Kevin Hart has his sights set on another blockbuster. Hollywood’s new king of the box office was joined by some of his industry friends at the Pan African Film & Arts Festival premiere of his romantic comedy About Last Night in L.A. last night.

Hart looked like money in a shiny red suit as he arrived with his hot date, girlfriend Eniko Parrish.

Keri Hilson showed off her curves in a patterned body-hugging dress, while LeToya Luckett and Lil Mama shined bright in yellow.

John Legend, who contributed two songs to the film’s soundtrack, went solo (His wife Chrissy Teigen was at New York Fashion Week).

“Went to the ‘About Last Night’ premiere tonight. Very funny! Go see it this weekend!” tweeted the “All of Me” crooner.

The film hits theaters on Valentine’s Day.

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Feb
10
Alicia Keys and John Legend Cover ‘Let It Be’ at Beatles Grammy Tribute

Alicia Keys and John Legend

Fifty years after the Beatles made their U.S. debut on “The Ed Sullivan Show,” Alicia Keys and John Legend teamed up to honor the Fab Four during last night’s CBS special “The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles.”

Seated at pianos, the R&B powerhouses put a soulful spin on the band’s 1970 classic “Let It Be,” receiving a standing ovation from the audience including Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr.

“Tonight I am an honorary Beatle! LOL!” tweeted Alicia, while Legend added, “i think i might have to add ‘let it be’ to the All of Me Tour set list.”

The star-studded tribute also featured performances from Pharrell and Brad Paisley, Katy Perry, Ed Sheeran, Maroon 5, and more.

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Jan
28
Pharrell, Alicia Keys, & John Legend Salute Beatles at Grammy Tribute

Pharrell and Helen Lasichanh

A day after the Grammys, music’s biggest stars united once again to pay tribute to the Beatles at the taping of “The Night That Changed America: A Grammy Salute to the Beatles” at the L.A. Convention Center on Monday night.

After taking the Grammys by storm, Pharrell and his Vivienne Westwood hat made a second appearance, along with his wife Helen Lasichanh. The Producer of the Year also hit the stage to perform “Here Comes the Sun” with country star Brad Paisley.

Alicia Keys and John Legend teamed up for “Let It Be,” Katy Perry performed “Yesterday,” and Ed Sheeran played guitar while singing “In My Life.”

Other performers included Stevie Wonder, John Mayer and Keith Urban, Maroon 5, Gary Clark Jr. and Joe Walsh, and The Eurythmics. Beatles legends Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr also performed the Fab Four’s classics.

The show will air February 9 at 8 p.m. on CBS, exactly 50 years after the Beatles made their U.S. television debut on “The Ed Sullivan Show.”

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Jan
26
John Legend Performs ‘All of Me’ at Grammys

John Legend

John Legend brought his sweet sounds to the Grammy stage. Dressed in a white suit, the R&B crooner serenaded the crowd with his piano ballad “All of Me,” which was recently certified gold. While he didn’t win Best R&B Album, he did take home his supermodel wife Chrissy Teigen.

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Jan
14
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, John Legend Added to Grammy Performers

Macklemore

With less than two weeks to go, the Grammys have announced a new round of performers. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and John Legend are among those to join the star-studded lineup.

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Dec
9
Alicia Keys and John Legend Perform Tribute to Nelson Mandela

John Legend and Alicia Keys

Alicia Keys was in Australia when she learned of Nelson Mandela’s passing. To honor the anti-apartheid icon, she performed a musical tribute during her “Set the World on Fire” tour in the Yarra Valley. With some help from her tourmate John Legend, they dedicated an acoustic version of Bob Marley’s “Redemption Song” to Madiba.

“We wanted to do something special for you in honor of the great Nelson Mandela, who I feel so moved by in every way,” said Alicia. “What an incredible life lived and what an inspiration for us to all carry forward.”

Alicia had the privilege of performing for Mandela at the Mandela Day concert in honor of his 91st birthday. “I was in awe of a man whose soul was filled with an effortless and rare love that only comes once in a lifetime,” she said. “He was a gentle man with a beautiful smile, and deep eyes that always saw the best in humanity. His legacy lives on in all of us!”

Watch them dedicate their duet to Mandela.

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Dec
3
John Legend Performs ‘All of Me’ on ‘Ellen’

John Legend

Two days after wrapping his “Made to Love” tour with Tamar Braxton in L.A., John Legend hit the stage on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show.” While seated at the piano, the G.O.O.D. Music crooner performed his Made to Love ballad “All of Me.” After the performance, he was greeted by Ellen and Britney Spears, who was a guest on the show.

He will join Alicia Keys on tour in Australia and New Zealand starting on December 5.

Watch Mr. Legend’s sweet serenade below.

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