Carrie Underwood and husband Mike Fisher are still narrowing down their choices for names for their first son, who is due next spring. While the superstar couple have been discussing names, Underwood admits that they might not be able to settle on a name until they see him. "We might wait until we meet him and then see what he looks like," she tells Taste of Country Nights.
Paul McCartney can be seen as a hologram in the music video for "Hope For The Future," his song specifically written for the video game Destiny. "Hope For the Future" was released with a variety of different mixes on December 8. In the new video McCartney takes a walk through the world of the Destiny game.
Beyoncé and Jay Z met Prince William and Kate Middleton at the Brooklyn Nets game in New York City on December 8. The two power couples met during the break between the third and fourth quarters of the game against the Cleveland Cavaliers while the royal couple were on a three-day visit to New York. They arrived during the third quarter of the game to much attention.
Avril Lavigne is asking her fans to "keep her in their prayers," as she is suffering from an undisclosed health issue. The singer broke the news during a recent "Avril Music Chat" on Twitter. Lavigne responded to a tweet from a fan account that reads "#GetWellSoonAvril #PrayForAvril" with a simple "thank you."
If Led Zeppelin ever reunites and is in need of a new lead singer, Heart's Ann Wilson says that she's interested. Wilson made it clear during a chat with Classic Rock Revisited that, in the unlikely event that she's called upon to do it, she'd be more than happy to step in. Wilson does have some experience playing Zeppelin songs as Heart covered "Stairway to Heaven."
Sting is among the latest performers to receive the Kennedy Center Honors. He was feted, along with Tom Hanks, Al Green, Lily Tomlin and Patricia McBride, at the White House by president Barack Obama on Sunday, December 7. The Kennedy Honors "celebrate five extraordinary individuals."