See all the celebrities who got engaged in 2022.
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Love is in the air! From one of the Duggar siblings to Josh Duhamel, see all the celebrities who got engaged in 2022.
Nicole Martin and Anthony Lopez
“Real Housewives of Miami” star Nicole Martin announced on Jan. 12 that her longtime beau Anthony Lopez had proposed on New Year’s Eve while the couple and their son were vacationing in Aspen.
“It was simple and private, and nothing short of perfect. It was early morning on New Year’s Eve and we just woke up,” she gushed. “We were cuddling in bed, watching the sun start to rise and glisten on the snow.”
The couple first met in Las Vegas while separately on vacation with friends.
Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman
After 13 years together, Simon Cowell and Lauren Silverman are engaged.
A source confirmed the happy news to Page Six in January, telling us that the former “American Idol” judge popped the question during a trip to Barbados.
The couple share a son and Silverman has another son from a previous marriage.
Josh Duhamel and Audra Mari
Josh Duhamel proposed to girlfriend Audra Mari with a message in a bottle.
The couple announced the happy news on social media in January with a photo holding up the note Duhamel penned to Mari.
“It’s on!!” he captioned the snap. “She found a message in a bottle that washed ashore and said YES!!”
Jeremiah Duggar and Hannah Wissmann
Another year, another Duggar wedding. Jeremiah Duggar and his girlfriend Hannah Wissmann announced their engagement in January alongside a professional photo shoot of the proposal.
And in true Duggar fashion, the hasty engagement came just two months after making their relationship Instagram-official.
“Hannah, getting to know you for the past year has been so incredible!” he captioned a series of snaps. “I can’t even find the words to describe it. You are the best thing that has ever happened to me and I cannot wait to marry you. I love you!!”
Hear Marianne Faithfull’s Forceful ‘Vagabond Ways’ Demo for ‘Incarceration of a Flower Child’
Marianne Faithfull will give her 1999 album, Vagabond Ways, the deluxe treatment with a reissue due out March 4. She’s teasing the release with the demo recording for the album’s “Incarceration of a Flower Child,” a song Roger Waters wrote in 1968 but never recorded with Pink Floyd.
On the demo, Faithfull sings along to a backdrop of acoustic guitars and one buzzy electric as she describes a scene of drinking cheap wine and smoking dope on Indian tapestry cushions. “Don’t get up to answer the door, just stay with me here on the floor,” she belts. “It’s going to get cold in the Seventies.” The studio version that appeared on Vagabond Ways sounds more polished thanks to electronics played by co-producer Mark Howard and synth bass by Waters.
The reissue will feature several other previously unreleased demos, an uncirculated studio recording, and new liner notes. In addition to digital and CD reissues, the record will be available on vinyl for the first time.
The bonus material includes “Blood in My Eyes,” a Bob Dylan cover that previously featured on the Japanese edition of the original album, as well as “Drifting,” a song Faithfull wrote and recorded with co-producer Daniel Lanois but never released. It also includes demos of “Vagabond Ways,” “Electra,” and her cover of Leonard Cohen’s “Tower of Song,” and Waters’ “Incarceration.”
She reflected on her enduring friendship with Waters in a 2014 Rolling Stone feature when she recorded another one of his songs, “Sparrows Will Sing,” for her Give My Love to London album. “He’s one of my dearest friends, and I love him and he’s everything a real gentleman rock star should be,” she said. “He’s not a misogynist. He is not only in it for the money. He is a great man.”
‘I Was in Prison. Now He Is’: Ronnie Spector Gets Raw on Phil Spector in Unearthed Audio
Ronnie Spector, who died last week at the age of 78, speaks candidly about her abusive ex-husband, Phil Spector, and more in never-before-heard audio on the new episode of Rolling Stone Music Now. Phil Spector, who died in 2021, was in prison for murder when Kory Grow interviewed Ronnie in 2016, and she told Grow she saw it as karmic justice for the years when her ex essentially locked her away in their mansion.
“I couldn’t go out for seven years,” Spector said. “I didn’t go anywhere… What goes around, comes around. I was in prison. Now he is. So that’s how I look at it.” In the interview clips, Spector also gives a vivid account of the making of the Ronettes’ epochal hit “Be My Baby” and more.
The episode also includes an in-depth discussion between Andy Greene, Angie Martoccio, Rob Sheffield, and host Brian Hiatt about Spector’s life, music, influence (from Jersey Shore rock to punk to riot grrrrl to, um, Eddie Money), and legacy — as well as her soon-to-be-reissued autobiography.
“She talks in the book about how she was possessed when she was young with the desire to be seen, to be heard, to be accepted,” Sheffield says. “She talks about how she was a cheerleader at her high school. And she was like, that wasn’t enough for me, to be the most popular girl in school. I needed to be in the most popular girl in the world. And you can hear that lust for power in ‘Be My Baby.’ This is the voice of an ordinary girl from the streets of Spanish Harlem who is absolutely intent on making the whole world hear her and go, what the hell was that? And that’s exactly what she did.”
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Jamie Lynn Spears Says She Tried To Help Britney Get Out of Conservatorship
JAMIE LYNN SPEARS
I Tried To Free Britney …
But It Blew Up In My Face!!!
1/20/2022 12:00 PM PT
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The former Nickelodeon star says Britney made it seem like she wanted out of the conservatorship during some late-night sister talks on a trip to Hawaii, and Jamie Lynn says she tried to get involved.
As Jamie Lynn explains on the “Call Her Daddy” podcast, she took Britney’s comments to heart and talked to her sister’s lawyer … but it blew up in her face big time.
What’s more, Jamie Lynn says she and her husband had some judges look into Britney’s conservatorship and told her all she needed to do was move out of California for 6 months and the conservatorship would end.
JL says she even offered to have Britney live with her in Louisiana in an effort to dissolve the conservatorship … but she still doesn’t know why Britney never followed through with that option.
Jamie Lynn doesn’t give an exact time frame for when any of this was happening … but says she was always going to support whatever Britney wanted to do.
Britney’s been reacting to a lot of Jamie Lynn’s interviews and excerpts from her new book, so it will be interesting if she has a response here.
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