Tonight President Obama took to the national airwaves for a rare prime-time address to describe what America's response would be to the Islamic State (aka ISIL or ISIS), the terrorist group that has taken over parts of Syria and Iraq, and also beheaded two American journalists.
On Wednesday night, President Obama will give a televised address to inform the country of his administration's long-term strategy regarding the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria, the barbaric militant group that has taken over parts of the Middle East.
Make it big enough in the music world, and you'll be invited to play all sorts of amazing gigs -- but being asked to perform at a presidential inauguration is truly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and one that the members of fun. aren't taking for granted.
It's happened time and time again, professional celebrities singing the national anthem at major events and they end up flubbing the words somehow. The only way to make sure they are perfect and sung pitch perfect is by pre-recording them and that's exactly what Beyonce did yesterday during the Presidential inauguration ceremony in Washington, D.C.
Alicia Keys may have a run for her money in Michelle Obama when it comes to girls being on fire -- have you seen the First Lady's bangs?! Still, the man of honor was President Barack Obama, and Keys paid a pretty appropriate tribute to the Commander in Chief at his Inaugural Ball.
Staten Island's PS22 Chorus donned skull caps and summoned their angelic voices in Washington D.C. this afternoon (Jan. 21), performing their version of Season 11 'American Idol' winner Phillip Phillips' smash hit 'Home.' They did so for an extra special occasion -- the second inauguration of President Barack Obama.
Today, Jan. 21, was a huge day for President Barack Obama. Not only was he officially sworn in for his second term of service in the highest office of government in the United States, but he also opened for Beyonce. Yeah, that's right.
Kelly Clarkson took center stage at today's (Jan. 21) inauguration of President Barack Obama, belting out 'My Country Tis of Thee' after the president delivered his speech about his initiatives and plans to improve the country during his second term.