A backstage moment between Lenny Kravitz and Taylor Swift at the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards was caught on video!
18.03.2023 - 02:49 / us.hola.com
Lenny Kravitz and Ana Paula Valle might be happening already. The 58-year-old singer and the 26-year-old Mexican model were spotted together in Los Angeles, and while their relationship has yet to be confirmed, the pair arrived together at a West Hollywood boutique.The musician and the model were photographed arriving in a black vehicle and entering the popular store CHURCH, seemingly shopping for a few items.
It’s unclear if they have been dating for a while or if they are just friends, however they both looked very stylish as they walked together.Kravitz wore a brown ensemble, consisting of a leather jacket, light brown pants and heeled chelsea boots, accessorized with a black leather bag and big sunglasses. Valle wore a casual chic outfit, rocking a military tan jumpsuit, paired with high black boots, a black purse and black sunglasses.The pair were seen in front of the store but left separately, probably to avoid the attention and the cameras.
The singer was spotted leaving at the back of the store, while the model stepped out and decided to grab a drink from Alfred Coffee nearby.Valle is known for being a successful model and for being romantically linked to Alejandro Fernandez back in 2019. The former couple met on set at the making of his music video ‘Caballero.’ Kravitz prefers to keep his personal life private, previously dating Brazilian model Barbara Fialho in 2018.LENNY KRAVITZ HONORS ZOË FOR HER BIRTHDAY; PHOTOS THROUGH THE YEARS‘EL REY, VICENTE FERNÁNDEZ:’ IS THE NETFLIX SERIES BASED ON A TRUE STORY?VICENTE FERNÁNDEZ: WHO IS WHO IN THE FERNÁNDEZ DYNASTY?.
A backstage moment between Lenny Kravitz and Taylor Swift at the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards was caught on video!
Thania Garcia The 2023 iHeartRadio Awards are a wrap. The show celebrating the year on radio featured appearances by Pink and Taylor Swift — both winners on Monday night — along with presenters Phoebe Bridgers, Ice Spice and Doja Cat, and performances by Latto, Kelly Clarkson, Keith Urban and more music stars. Host Lenny Kravitz kicked off the festivities at Los Angeles’ Dolby Theatre with a somber note: paying respect to the victims of Monday’s shooting at a private Christian elementary school in Tennessee. “Before we get started, I want to take a moment to send some of that healing to the Nashville community,” said Kravitz. “Our hearts are heavy and we are with you. America we must do better and we will do better.”
iHeartRadio Music Awards!Celebrating the most-played artists and songs on iHeartRadio stations and the app from last year, the 10th edition of the awards ceremony featured a star-studded list of nominees, including Taylor Swift, Lizzo, Harry Styles, Dua Lipa, Beyoncé, Drake, Bad Bunny and many more.This year, the show, which is airing live from Los Angeles Monday night on Fox, was hosted by Lenny Kravitz, who also took the stage to perform.Voting for the awards opened in May, giving listeners the chance to decide winners in several new and established categories, with fan voting determining several categories, including this year’s Best Lyrics, Best Music Video, Best Fan Army and more.Check below for updates to the complete list of nominations, with winners in bold: «About Damn Time» — Lizzo«Anti-Hero» — Taylor Swift«As It Was» — Harry Styles«Big Energy» — Latto«Enemy (from the series Arcane League of Legends)» — Imagine Dragons«First Class» — Jack Harlow«Ghost» — Justin Bieber«Heat Waves» — Glass Animals«INDUSTRY BABY» - Lil Nas X & Jack Harlow«Woman» - Doja Cat BeyoncéDoja CatDrakeDua LipaHarry StylesJack HarlowJustin BieberLizzoTaylor SwiftThe Weeknd AJRBlack Eyed PeasBLACKPINKBruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, Silk SonicGlass AnimalsMåneskinOneRepublicParmaleeRed Hot Chili Peppers «Drunk (And I Don't Wanna Go Home)» — Elle King & Miranda Lambert«Cold Heart» — Elton John & Dua Lipa«half of my hometown» - Kelsea Ballerini ft. Kenny Chesney«I Like You (A Happier Song)» - Post Malone ft.
Pink takes a leap of faith while performing her song “Trustfall” at the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards.
Lenny Kravitz is this evening’s host, but he made sure to walk the red carpet first!
The 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards are here!
The 2023 iHeart Radio Music Awards are here!
Peter Gabriel has added further dates to his upcoming ‘i/o’ tour of North America – see dates below and buy tickets here.The former Genesis singer turned solo artist previously announced that he would be heading to Europe and the UK in spring this year in support of his 10th studio album. His ninth and most recent studio album, ‘New Blood’, came out in 2011.Now, he has extended his planned dates in North America, to include shows in Washington, D.C., Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Columbus, Cleveland, Detroit, Milwaukee, Saint Paul, Palm Springs, Denver, Austin, Dallas, and Houston.The ‘i/o’ tour is set to kick off in Krakow, Poland on May 18 ahead of further dates in Verona, Milan, Paris, Berlin, Stockholm, Amsterdam and other cities throughout that month and into June.The musician will then touch down in the UK where he’ll take to the stage at Birmingham’s Utilita Arena (June 17), The O2 in London (19), the OVO Hydro in Glasgow (22), the AO Arena in Manchester (23) and the 3Arena in Dublin (25).
Lenny Kravitz is a music icon and a successful actor. However, lately he is best known for his role in the Hunger Games franchise.
Thania Garcia Lenny Kravitz is pumped for his first hosting gig at the 2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards. “I’m just ready to get out there and I’m grateful to still be here,” the 58-year-old rocker tells Variety. “After all the years I have behind me — to still be so vibrant and feel so inspired — is truly a gift. And in this very special case, it’s beautiful to meet and witness the people coming up now in this generation. It’s a special moment in my career.” Fresh off his In Memoriam performance at the 95th Oscars ceremony, Kravitz’s schedule is as busy as can be. Aside from hosting the awards show on March 27, Kravitz is also set to deliver a “roughly four-minute” medley of at least three of his career-defining tracks — a challenging feat for the artist, whose catalog spans over three decades of hits.
2023 iHeartRadio Music Awards is gearing up to be another unforgettable night for music. On Tuesday, it was announced that Lenny Kravitz will serve as the host of the ceremony, where he’ll also perform.Additionally, LL Cool J and Latto will hit the stage, joining previously announced performers Pink, Kelly Clarkson, Keith Urban, Pat Benatar, Neil Giraldo, Muni Long and Cody Johnson.
Honoring her loved one. Mira Sorvino opened up about her frustrations after her late father, Paul Sorvino, was left out of the 2023 Oscars “In Memoriam” segment.
2023 Oscars «In Memoriam» segment.While this year's tribute to those stars we've lost was moving and emotional — featuring a tearful introduction from John Travolta and a powerful performance of «Calling All Angels» by Lenny Kravitz — glaring omission of some big-name stars shook up some viewers at home.Anne Heche — who died following a fiery car crash in August at the age of 53 — was not a part of the segment, despite her many film roles.Also absent from the televised tribute was longtime film veteran Tom Sizemore — who died on March 3 at age 61, two weeks after suffering a brain aneurysm that left him hospitalized.One of the most surprising omissions was that of Charlbi Dean, who died on Aug. 22 at age 32, given that dean has a prominent role in, which was nominated for three Oscars at this year's ceremony.Other stars who were notably missing from the broadcast's tribute segment included screen veteran Paul Sorvino, star Fred Ward, comedian Gilbert Gottfried, beloved comic actor Leslie Jordan, actress Cindy Williams, longtime journalist Barbara Walters and Lisa Marie Presley, who collaborated with director Baz Luhrmann on his Oscar-nominated biopic Elvis.In an effort to defend their choices, and honor all the stars who have died this past year, the show directed viewers to the longer In Memoriam tribute on their website, but many fans were confused and upset about the decisions that went into choosing who to honor during the show itself.Following the blaring omission of Sorvino, his widow, Dee Dee Sorvino, released a statement to ET, expressing her disappointment with the Academy.«Paul Sorvino was one of the greatest actors in cinematic history in Hollywood.
Oscars for omitting certain individuals from the In Memoriam segment of the broadcast.During the ceremony at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday (March 12), John Travolta introduced the In Memoriam section to remember those from the film industry who have died over the past year.As Lenny Kravitz performed ‘Calling All Angels’, a black-and-white slideshow remembered late stars such as Olivia Newton-John, Ray Liotta, Jean-Luc Godard, James Caan and others.At the end of the segment, a QR code was shown where viewers could find more of those lost over the past year on the Academy’s website.The absence of certain individuals from the televised broadcast, however, has sparked some criticism among viewers – especially Charlbi Dean, who played a lead role in Best Picture nominee Triangle Of Sadness.“She was the lead in a best picture this year and you don’t add her to the in memoriam?!?! RIP Charlbi Dean,” one viewer wrote.Others not included in the broadcast include Leslie Jordan, Anne Heche, Tom Sizemore and Paul Sorvino.
2023 Oscars «In Memoriam» segment.While this year's tribute to those stars we've lost was moving and emotional — featuring a tearful introduction from John Travolta and a powerful performance of «Calling All Angels» by Lenny Kravitz — glaring omission of some big-name stars shook up some viewers at home.Anne Heche — who died following a fiery car crash in August at the age of 53 — was not a part of the segment, despite her many film roles.Also absent from the televised tribute was longtime film veteran Tom Sizemore — who died on March 3 at age 61, two weeks after suffering a brain aneurysm that left him hospitalized.One of the most surprising omissions was that of Charlbi Dean, who died on Aug. 22 at age 32, given that dean has a prominent role in, which was nominated for three Oscars at this year's ceremony.Other stars who were notably missing from the broadcast's tribute segment included screen veteran Paul Sorvino, star Fred Ward, comedian Gilbert Gottfried, beloved comic actor Leslie Jordan, actress Cindy Williams, longtime journalist Barbara Walters and Lisa Marie Presley, who collaborated with director Baz Luhrmann on his Oscar-nominated biopic Elvis.In an effort to defend their choices, and honor all the stars who have died this past year, the show directed viewers to the longer In Memoriam tribute on their website, but many fans were confused and upset about the decisions that went into choosing who to honor during the show itself.Sorvino's wife, Dee Dee, released a statement to ET, expressing her disappointment that her late husband was left out of the on-air Oscars tribute.«Paul Sorvino was one of the greatest actors in cinematic history in Hollywood.
Every year, the Oscars telecast gives audiences an In Memoriam segment. This is meant to highlight some of the names of folks involved in the film industry who have passed away over the course of the past year.
Lenny Kravitz performed his song ‘Calling All Angels’ on piano for the 2023 Oscars In Memoriam tribute segment last night (March 12).The musician sang and played piano as the slideshow played out honouring those in the film industry who have died in the past year.‘Calling All Angels’ is taken from Kravitz’s 2004 album ‘Baptism’. Watch below.This year’s tribute honoured the late Olivia Newton-John, Vangelis, Jean-Luc Godard, James Caan, Ray Liotta, and Angelo Badalamenti.
the Oscars In Memoriam montage on Sunday night.The segment, which was introduced by a teary-eyed John Travolta who lost his “Grease” co-star Olivia Newton-John and longtime friend and co-star Kirstie Alley, included a performance of “Calling All Angels” by Lenny Kravitz.Fans took to social media to slam the snubs, with others noting that Leslie Jordan, Tony Sirico and Tom Sizemore were also noticeably absent in the televised tribute. Following the end of the segment, the Academy directed viewers to its website for a longer list, but fans were still angry about omissions.
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2023 Oscars took time to share some love and respect for all of the beloved entertainment icons who died over the last year during the show's gala ceremony.John Travolta took to the stage at the iconic Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles on Sunday, to introduce the emotional In Memoriam segment, featuring a performance from Lenny Kravitz.«In this industry, we have the rare luxury of getting to do what we love for a living, and sometimes getting to do it with people that we come to love,» shared Travolta. «And since tonight is a celebration of the work and the accomplishments of our community in this past year, it is only fitting then that we celebrate those we've lost, who dedicated their lives to their craft, both in front of and behind the camera.»«Through their immeasurable contributions, each of them left an individual and indelible mark that shared and informed us. They've touched our hearts, they've made us smile, and became dear friends,» he continued, as his voice cracked and tears welled up in his eyes, «who we will always remain hopelessly devoted to.»Travolta's introduction paid special tribute to Olivia-Newton John, who sang «Hopelessly Devoted to You» in their 1978 musical, Travolta then introduced Lenny Kravitz, who sat at a piano and performed a moving rendition of his song, «Calling All Angels.»This year's In Memoriam honored a multitude of actors, actresses, filmmakers and entertainers who had won Oscars or were nominated during their illustrious careers, including three-time Oscar winning singer-songwriter/composer Burt Bacharach — who died on Feb. 8, 2023, at the age of 94 — as well as Oscar-winning singer Irene Cara, who died on Nov.