Cher is set to appear as guest judge on Dancing With the Stars. According to the Huffington Post, the icon will perform her hit, “Believe” and her new single, “I Hope You Find It” before heading to the judging panel to join Bruno Tonioli and Carrie Ann Inaba. In the upcoming episode, the last contestants standing will compete in two dance rounds, including Tango, Argentine Tango, Contemporary, Viennese Waltz, Jazz, Disco and Foxtrot.
The couple that will receive the highest score from the judges in the first round will not face elimination. As for the second round, the six remaining couples will compete in a “dance off.”
The five teenagers Ringo Starr photographed in New York back in 1964 have been identified and will soon be heading to meet Ringo in Las Vegas. Thanks to a search held by USA Today, the Beatles fans featured in the shot from Ringo’s upcoming photo book, Photograph, set for publication on November 22nd, have been located. Nearly 49 years after the picture was snapped, the crew appeared on NBC’s Today show and recreated the photo.
Coming on November 12th will be the digital download of two new Christmas songs by Heart. “Please Come Home for Christmas” is a duet between Ann Wilson and Aaron Neville and “All Through The Night” is a new take on the Welsh folk carol sung by Nancy Wilson, featuring backing vocals by Richard Marx. Both tracks were produced by 19-time Grammy Award winning musician and producer Emilio Estefan, the husband of singer, Gloria Estafan.
Janis Joplin will receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, according to Vintage Vinyl News. The ceremony will take place on November 4th at 11:30 a.m. PST, with Kris Kristofferson — who wrote “Me And Bobby McGee,” record label exec Clive Davis — who signed Joplin along with Big Brother & The Holding Company to Columbia Records, and Joplin’s siblings, Michael and Laura, on-hand to speak and perform in Joplin’s honor. Janis Joplin’s star will be placed at 6752 Hollywood Boulevard.
An Atlanta cheerleader broke a Guinness World Record during a football game by performing 44 consecutive back handsprings. 16-year-old Mikayla Clark performed the feat during her high school’s homecoming game. She broke the previous record of 36 consecutive handsprings.