More than a dozen musicians, singers, TV personalities and actors came together to re-record Chaka Khan’s ‘Super Life’ in memory of murdered teen, Trayvon Martin.
Now that’s a cause worth singing about! Celebrities Chaka Khan, Eric Benet, X Factor finalist Stacy Francis, Kelly Price, Kenny Latimore, Terry Crews, Angela Bassett and more joined forces on March 25 at Hollywood’s Henson recording studios to re-recorded “Super Life,” while thousands of marchers took to the streets in support of Trayvon Martin, the unarmed 17-year-old boy shot to death by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman in Sanford, Florida.
The former ‘X Factor’ contestant — who once had so much to say about her run-in with the singing legend — is suddenly keeping her mouth shut! Is she dissing Whitney’s family?
Just days before Whitney Houston‘s tragic death, the pop icon had a physical altercation with The X Factor contestant Stacy Francis over Whitney’s rumored on-and-off again boyfriend Ray J. When the incident was brought up during Oprah Winfrey‘s interview with Patricia Houston, Whitney’s sister-in-law and best friend, Patricia made no effort to hide the fact that something had in fact transpired between the singers.
Former ‘X-Factor’ star Stacy Francis is sorry she almost came to blows with Whitney Houston just two days before the singer’s death.
Stacy Francis certainly didn’t mince words about contestant Astro when the judges sent her home instead of him on last night’s, Nov. 17, X Factor.
The 42-year-old mom of two who was hoping to finally fulfill her dream of a full-time singing career, had her hopes dashed when Simon Cowell, L.A. Reid, and Paula Abdul voted to send her home and keep the attitude-challengedRead More!
In the most shocking results show of the season, Astro and Stacy Francis were in ‘The X Factor’ bottom two. Did the judges make a BIG mistake?
When Geo took the stage I had no clue that he was about to horrify millions of viewers — this guy should be arrested don’t you agree?
X Factor is pushing the limits to an extreme point — and I love it! Simon Cowell‘s international hit made it’s American debut on Sept. 21 and I must admit I expected a big yawn, but boy was I wrong. The two-hour series premiere felt somewhat like the first few episodes of American Idol‘s hilarious audition rounds, but this had more heart, more soul, it had … the X Factor! Judge LA Reid said that he looks for something that is going to cause the “hair on my arms to rise” and “move my soul” and I can tell you that one woman did it for me.