80’s Icons Cyndi Lauper and Boy George were photographed backstage at ‘Taboo’ on Thursday (January 8) at The Plymouth Theater in New York City. Check out pictures from FilmMagic.
Cyndi Lauper was in studio with WB11 to talk about her new album ‘At Last’, her influence on fashion in the ’80s, being back on the road on tour, her New Year’s gig at Times Square, where she’ll be dropping the ball, and more. WPIX has since removed the interview.
Cyndi Lauper was on the Today with Des and Mel TV show in Britain on December 3rd. Check out pictures from RexFeatures.
Cyndi Lauper showcased her new cd ‘Cyndi Lauper at Last’ at Cafe de Paris in London on Wednesday (December 3). Check out pictures from GettyImages.
Cyndi Lauper performed on the ‘Harald Schmidt Show’ in Cologne, Germany on Monday (November 24). Check out pictures from RexFeatures.
Pop acts on television this week include ‘American Idol’ runner-up Clay Aiken, who performs on the Late Show with David Letterman on Monday and MTV’s Total Request Live on Tuesday; Cyndi Lauper, who performs on the Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn on Monday; Britney Spears, who appears on Live with Regis and Kelly on Monday; Enrique Iglesias, who appears on TRL on Monday, Today on Tuesday, and The View on Wednesday; D-Side, who appear on the UK edition of TRL on Monday; Nelly Furtado, who performs on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Wednesday; and Mandy Moore, who appears on the Late Late Show on Wednesday.
Pop acts on television this week include Britney Spears, who appears on the Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Monday and MTV’s Total Request Live on Tuesday; Fefe Dobson, who appears on TRL on Monday; Cyndi Lauper, who appears on Today on Tuesday and the Ellen DeGeneres Show on Friday; Wade Robson, who appears on The View on Friday; and look for ‘American Idol’ champ Kelly Clarkson on the UK edition of TRL on Monday and Nelly Furtado on Wednesday.
Christopher Osuh of the Manchester Evening News reviewed Christina Aguilera’s concert at M.E.N. Arena on Sunday (October 26) in Manchester. Osuh writes, “It’s official; Christina Aguilera is the Queen of Pop. Once dismissed as an imitator, the Cyndi Lauper to Britney’s Madonna, the Dirrty Girl has carved an adult identity for herself with ease. And while Britney was busy failing to make the crossover to credible pop icon that ex-lover Justin Timberlake managed so successfully, Christina crept up and stole her crown.”
Cyndi Lauper interviewed Christina Aguilera for Interview magazine. Asked about how she is able to sing and dance around on stage, Aguilera responded, “Well, to me, the choreography is secondary to the music. The other night I came offstage and was like, ‘I don’t care if I missed a dance step, but my voice was weak!’ This show is very different from what you might’ve envisioned having seen [the video for] ‘Genie in a Bottle’ and all that choreographed stuff from the last album. This show is theatrical, and it’s about getting into a character and getting to play someone who’s vulnerable in a few songs, and then someone who’s aggressive. I’m getting to be a female in control.”