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The Scottish singer-songwriter explains what she meant when she called the 'Single Ladies' singer 'feminist lite,' saying she 'adores' her and was only speaking in the context of feminism.
'The Night That Changed America: A GRAMMY Salute to The Beatles' will be celebrated with a one-time reunion of Annie Lennox and Dave Stewart.
The German singer said she would not go into marriage again in 2008, a year before she met HIV activist Dr. Mitch Besser.
Osbourne noticed the similarities between GaGa's male alter-ego at the Sunday's MTV VMA and Lennox's at the Grammy Awards more than two decades ago.
Annie Lennox has confirmed her touring days are over - she's quitting life on the road because it leaves her 'mentally and physically' exhausted.
Furious after Simon threw a harsh comment on Elton, Annie jumps to defend her musician pal, saying, 'He [Cowell] obviously has no idea what Elton really does, none'.
Dr. Mitch Besser, a charity chairman, was reported leaving his wife and children after falling for the singer who was involved in his AIDS charity Mothers2Mothers two years ago.
'As somewhat of a renegade, it either means I've done something terribly right - or they've done something terribly wrong,' the singer joked.
Initially planning to celebrate the holiday and promote her new album on a TV special, Annie Lennox was forced to scrap it when her set exceeded the budget for the show.
Ironically, she said during the 'Live with Regis and Kelly' interview before her performance that she had overcome stage fright years ago.
New Yorkers gathered around a giant tree that came from the backyard of a September 11 first responder and would stay lit until early January.
Having experienced two failed marriages, Annie Lennox is convinced she would have more chance of a happy ending if she was a lesbian.
The cancellation happens because Annie Lennox can't fly from Europe to the United States due to volcanic ash.
Kate Nash, Stella McCartney, Samantha Morton and Dame Vivienne Westwood have also lent their support for this women campaign.
Insisting that the public park is a historical heart of Aberdeen, Annie Lennox calls the plan to modernize the spot a 'vandalism' and urges people to halt it.