Annie Lennox appears on Good Morning Britain with Dr Helen Pankhurst to talk about International Womens Day
Annie Lennox appeared on Good Morning Britain this morning alongside Dr Helen Pankhurst.
One of the messages coming out of International Womens Day is that men between 25 – 34 are just as likely to be a feminist as women are.
Annie and Helen also discussed the difficulty that many people still have with the word Feminism. Presenter Piers Morgan decribed himself as a faminist, but challenged the impact that Madonna and Kim Kardashian have on the good work that activists like Annie and Helen do.
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Annie Lennox says she is ‘honoured and amazed’ at being awarded an honorary doctorate from the Royal Academy of Music
Annie Lennox OBE – singer, songwriter, humanitarian and activist – received an Honorary Doctorate of the University of London at the Academy’s Graduation Ceremony today. Annie Lennox studied flute, piano and harpsichord at the Academy from 1971, during which time...read more
Ringo Starr celebrated his birthday yesterday at Capitol Records and also revealed details of his 19th solo album, Give More Love, which will be released September 15, 2017. Recorded at his home studio in Los Angeles, Give More Love has 10 new tracks featuring...read more
VIP Meet & Greet and Sound Check tickets are available for Dave Stewart’s birthday concert in London
2 packages are available at the upcoming Dave Stewart concert at the O2 Shepherds Bush on September 8th. Super VIP Exclusive Sound check access (last song only) Pre- show meet and greet, with photo Personally signed book Front row seats. VIP Pre- show meet and...read more
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Annie Lennox has just performed for Sting at the Polar Music Prize awards ceremony where he is being honoured as one of the 2017 Laureates.
Annie spoke about hiding in the corridors to make her performance a surprise for him. You can see Sting is visibally moved by Annie’s appearance.
She performed Fragile taken from Sting’s Grammy winning album Nothing Like The Sun and can be seen in the video below.read more