Ariana Grande has a great voice and there are rumors that she is gearing up to have a body that matches her voice. Several reports have claimed that she is thinking of getting a boob job. A leading gossip and entertainment website has claimed that the Bang Bang singer, who is dating rapper Big Sean, wants to have bigger boobs.
According to reports, an insider told a leading magazine that Ariana wants bigger boobs. The twenty one year old singer thought of having a breast augmentation, but now she is really doing some research on this and is also talking to her friends and family members. However, another source have told that these reports are all fake and she is perfectly with her present body. On the other hand, the magazine claimed that Grande is 32A and she wants full B-cup or C-cup. Still, we must say that she now looks great – the way she is.
It is also possible that some people have stated that her team put a full stop to her thought. She wants to please Big Sean. Her team believes that she is not doing it right. Any drastic change would take some toll.
Meanwhile, Madonna and Ariana Grande have one thing in common – it is their disdain for Catholic Church. When Ariana’s brother Frankie came out as gay — the church was not really supportive about it. This is when she started questioning catholicism.
Up until now he has kept it very quiet when it came to the controversy regarding his financial dealings. But, Take That singer Gary Barlow has finally broken his silence regarding his tax related issues with an apology. Gary was accused of ‘cynicism’ when he addressed the tax issue in a series of Twitter messages.
Gary stated that he was very sorry to anyone who was offended by all the tales of his tax issues. But some of his fans was really surprised by the whole tax stories. They believe that he must express regret for failing to pay tax. And along with the cursory apology, he declared that the group have been working on a brand new record.
This year, it was stated that the forty three and his bandmates Howard Donald and Mark Owen as well as their manager Jonathan Wild confront a multimillion pound tax bill for trying to hide £66 million in a tax-avoidance event called Icebreaker. Just a few days following the revelation, Gary’s Twitter account was hacked and someone posted offensive post regarding his stillborn baby forcing him to stay away from Twitter for few weeks.
He came back to Twitter since 7th May and posted: ‘Hey everyone! I’m back from seven productive weeks in the US and I’m back on Twitter! I’ve had a break from Twitter after someone hacked my account and some very upsetting and disturbing text was written.’
In another tweet, he said: ‘I want to apologise to anyone who was offended by the tax stories earlier this year. With a new team of accountants we are working to settle things with all parties involved ASAP.’
Well, they have not performed for a very long time, but the FIVE Jazz Quintet have established themselves quickly as the top jazz fivesome of Central Kentucky. All the five members has been making music since they were kid and they play different kinds of instruments, from bass to flute to tuba to guitar.
The band’s bassist Pete McCaffrey, took up bass guitar just twelve years ago after playing horns for most of his life. He stated that he was very much interested in playing bass. Later he took it up at a church as a part of the music ministry. Well he is not just alone – 4 out of 5 music artists perform in the praise bands at churches that includes Eben Henson. He has been playing drums for around fifty years. He joked it was a coin flip with his brother. He got the guitar.
Harrodsburg native Sam Carr began playing saxophone in the 4th grade and he studied music for almost a year at University of Kentucky. However, later he switched to engineering. He told that is teacher selected the sax for him after seeing that he could not ‘buzz’ his lips to make sounds with a trumpet. He added that band was always one of his favorite subjects, and when he was in school, he was selected to various honor bands including 1972 All-USA School Band.