Singer-songwriter Anjulie is currently touring all across Canada with none other than Shawn Desman!
“I’m actually a big fan of Shawn Desman, a big fan,” said the singer who previously met the R&B singer when they sang together with Elton John at last year’s Fashion Cares gala hosted by the music icon.”But this is my first time kicking it with him and seeing his shows, which I hear is amazing because I heard he can dance his ass off.”
The “You and I” singer will visit seven cities across Canada, including Edmonton, Vancouver and Toronto. Anjulie is currently nominated for Dance Record of the Year for this year’s JUNO Awards.
“We’re just really excited for the tour but we’re not excited to be driving through this torrential in a van all across Canada,” she said. “It’ll be an adventure.”
In this exclusive video of Anjulie prepping for her cross country tour, the singer shows off some of her sick dance moves and dishes on how her training routine. Make sure to catch Anjulie and Shawn Desman live when they roll into your ‘hood (remaining tour dates below)!
WATCH THIS EXCLUSIVE VIDEO OF ANJULIE IN REHEARSALS:
Feb. 20 – The Odeon (Saskatoon, SK)
Feb. 21 – Esplanade Theatre (Medicine Hat, AB)
Feb. 22 – SET Nightclub (Edmonton, AB)
Feb. 23 – The Venue (Vancouver, BC)
Feb 24 – Community Theatre (Kelowna, BC)
Mar. 1 – The Machine Shop- Mill Square (Sault Ste. Marie, ON)
Mar. 20 – Kool Haus (Toronto, ON)
Sorry Kanye West, but Lady Gaga has some of the best tour dates of all time.
Lady Gaga has announced the dates of her headlining tour, “The Monster Ball,” which CHARTattack describes as ”a multimedia artistic experience in the style of a pop-electro opera.”
Gaga will headline this tour alone – no Kanye West for her this time. The West-Gaga Fame Kills tour was allegedly cancelled due to West’s crazy Taylor Swift acceptance speech takeover at the MTV Video Music Awards last month.
Opening for Gaga on the tour will be Kid Cudi, a protege of West’s, who recently released his debut album, Man On The Moon: The End Of Day.
The tour will start in just over a month in Montreal on Nov. 27, and end in New York on Jan. 21.
He may be a powerhouse on stage, but outside of the spotlight Michael Bublé is still the same bashful boy from Vancouver.
“I’m still shy and nervous and insecure,” the crooner, 32, told The Canadian Press last Thursday. “I keep wondering when it’ll happen, and I don’t mean on stage because on stage I’m great but in my life, I keep wondering when I’ll walk into a room and not hunch and for when I won’t be insecure and for when I won’t be too loud to overcompensate for my insecurities,” he said.
“God gave me a real gift and that was to turn off the self-conscious switch on stage and honestly, I could be naked up there.”
With any luck, his confidence behind the mic will help him in front of a camera, as Bublé also said he has acting aspirations. His younger sister, Crystal, is already making the family proud in that genre: she was part of the Best Ensemble at the 1999 Phoenix Film Festival for her film Rollercoaster.
Bublé also announced the dates for the Canadian leg of his tour on Thursday, which will begin on January 10, 2008 in B.C.