Glamour UK

If you follow Rita Ora‘s Instagram, or even peep her on the red carpet every once in a while, you know her style changes from day-to-day – but no matter what, it is always fabulous. And now the British entertainer is showcasing that aforementioned brilliant style on the cover of Glamour UK. On the cover of the […]

Goodness Gracious! Ellie Goulding landed herself on the cover of yet another magazine. Ellie’s cover for Glamour UK August 2014 was just released, and although she’s clad in blue, she still leaves us feeling green with envy. We mean, come on, look at her. While her interview has not been released just yet, we cannot wait […]

Who has time for relationships when you’re busy gracing magazine covers? Not Jessie J. The songstress is the cover star of the August issue of Glamour UK, and she is working the hell out of her blonde cut. Bald bombshell Jessie J reveals that she is happier than ever and has all that she could ever need. And […]

Former Pussycat Doll and current X-Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger is featured in the January 2012 issue of Glamour UK and we’re loving her looks, particularly her feathered earring with gold and rubies! STORY: Nicole Scherzinger Held At Gun-Point In Mexico! Nicole’s two page feature also includes a revealing interview where the singer and leggy dancer dished […]

Roman may be in Moscow, but Nicki is in Londontown!  Rapper Nicki Minaj is a shining star as she poses in the January 2012 issue of Glamour UK.  STORY: Nicki Minaj Launches OPI Nail Line Wearing Dolce & Gabbana duds, the “Super Bass” singer discusses a variety of issues, including fashion and self-expression. Nicki is making […]

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Music is one of the greatest art forms that can spark a revolution, Public Enemy’s “Fight the Power”, Bob Marley’s “Redemption Song” and Sam Cooke’s “Chang Gone Come” have all played their role in being the soundtrack for change, the ultimate protest songs, they were angry, heartfelt and honest. Songs that have made a lasting […]

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My brother Danny Simmons is the cultural king of Brooklyn, an artist/activitist/cultural czar and friend to more people than anyone I have ever met. He’s also presently a patient at St. Vincent’s hospital, recovering from an unexpectedly serious illness that has included several operations. To steal a metaphor from his painting, “Things Have Changed”, things […]