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Named Woman of the Year, Swift is honored for selling more albums than anyone else over the course of the past year.
In an interview to discuss her new album 'Aretha Franklin Sings the Great Diva Classics', the veteran singer praises Adele and Alicia Keys but chooses not to say anything about Minaj.
Set to be released on October 21 via RCA Records, the veteran singer's new album will feature her covers of songs by fellow female acts like Sinead O' Connor and Alicia Keys.
The Queen of Soul is upset after a 'rude and nasty' staffer at a Johnny Rockets restaurant in Niagara Falls, Ont. scolded her for wanting to eat her takeout in the eatery.
The queen of soul says that she waits for Babyface to finish his Broadway musical so he can start working on her new tracks with Andre 3000.
After first postponing it, the soul/jazz singer has eventually canceled her DTE Energy Music Theatre show.
Franklin says that she 'can't speak for anyone else,' but she does not like the idea of bringing a very young baby to an album promotion tour.
The legendary singer will need to undergo treatment during the period of her Chicago and Connecticut shows.
As the controversy about Beyonce's lip-synced performance at the presidential inauguration grows, a credible news anchorman and a certified diva are among those who came to her defense.
The upcoming Starz series centers on Leonardo da Vinci who fights to set knowledge free in a world where thought and faith are controlled.
Responding to a question whether or not she's interested to join the FOX singing competition, the Queen of Soul gives an affirmative answer via an email.
The Queen of Soul sings 'I Will Always Love You' in memory of Whitney Houston during the closing day of this year's Essence Music Festival.
The music executive who signed Franklin back in the '80s will reunite with the diva on a new project.
The 'Spanish Harlem' singer insists neither Whitney's mother nor any other members of the Houstons banned her from coming to the February 18 funeral.
After a concert in NYC, Franklin was too exhausted to travel to New Jersey where Houston is being remembered by family and friends.