Singer JoJo has spoken out in sympathy with 'imprisoned' Kesha's battle with producer Dr Luke and Sony Music.
The star, who is famous for her noughties hits Leave (Get Out) and Too Little Too Late, made the comments during an interview with British newspaper The Sun (11Mar16).
In 2009 JoJo successfully sued her record label Da Family Entertainment following years of disputes and album delays.
"Yeah, I can relate to feeling imprisoned and knowing you have a fan base that's hungry for music and you're not allowed to release to them," said the star, who's real name is Joanna Levesque.
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Pop star JoJo is determined to maintain her single status for much of 2016 after spending her youth jumping from one relationship to another.
The Leave (Get Out) singer admits she has always been a sucker for love, but she recently found herself without a man for the first time in years.
"I've been a serial monogamist," she confessed on U.S. late night show Kocktails with Khloe. "I've had, like, two-year relationships, one-and-a-half year relationships. I love love, I might be addicted to it!"
However, JoJo insists she is happy to live the single life for the rest of 2016, so she can focus on her own personal growth.
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Robin Williams' Daughter Still Can't Watch Her Late Father's Films As She Worries They'd Be Too "Self-destructive".
The world was left shocked when the American actor committed suicide in 2014, leaving behind his wife Susan Schneider, as well as his children Zak, Zelda and Cody from previous relationships. Zelda, 26, has since began to pave her own path in the world of showbiz, and she has taken inspiration from her father's constant kindness.
“A lot of what I try to do is interact with the world the way he did,” she told Entertainment Tonight. “He didn't care who someone was, he did a lot of work with the homeless, he did a lot of work with people in prison... and he was always kind. It meant a lot to him, so I kind of hope to, if nothing else, be that.
“I think once I reach a place where I'm more comfortable, I'll happily watch (all of his films) again. Right now, I think that would be a bit self-destructive, in a sense. It's been nice to kind of work on myself and my family and the people who are here.”
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Robin Williams' Daughter Zelda Has Made Her Directorial Debut By Stepping Behind The Camera For Singer Jojo's Emotional Musical Tribute To Her Late Father.
The Leave (Get Out) star's Save My Soul single was inspired by her dad Joel Levesque's struggle with addiction, and she released the accompanying video on Friday (08Jan16), on what would have been his 61st birthday.
JoJo, 25, recruited her friend, Zelda Williams, to direct the promo, after both witnessing the impact of addiction first-hand.
"Save My Soul is about addiction. Of all kinds," the singer says in a statement. "I wanted to convey the feeling of powerlessness I've felt in my life in an uncomplicated way and show a range of what it might look like for others who've been there."
Continue reading: Zelda Williams Directs Jojo's Video Tribute To Late Dad
Pop Star Jojo Has Vowed To "Keep Singing" For Her Father Joel Following His Death At The Age Of 60 On Saturday (14nov15).
JoJo, real name Joanna Levesque, is the daughter of two musicians - her father Joel was a blues singer and her mother Diana sang in church and dabbled in musical theatre.
Joel passed away on Saturday, and the singer paid tribute in a touching message on Instagram.com which she posted alongside a childhood picture of herself with her father.
She writes, "I missed you even while you were here. I will miss you infinitely more now that you're gone. Thank you for holding on as long as you did. I know you tried your best. You are free now. I will love you always, Dad. I can feel you with me. Rest now. In peace. I miss your voice. I wish more people could have heard it. I promise I will keep singing for you."
Pop star JoJo has travelled to Haiti to see how a clean water charity is transforming the lives of locals.
The singer headed to the country earlier this week (begs08Jul13) in conjunction with the Generosity Water organisation and she has been documenting the visit on her Instagram.com page.
JoJo uploaded a series of photos to the website on Friday morning (12Jul13) showing her operating a water pump and meeting locals who have benefited from the charity's scheme to end the clean water crisis.
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The R&B singer, real name Joel Hailey, has struggled with booze for years and admits he's lucky to be alive - because his heavy drinking has caused some serious health issues.
In a recent interview with Sister 2 Sister magazine, he explained, "The only thing that's going on with me now - and I thank God I'm still here able to talk to you again - is my pancreas. I drank so much until a small part of my pancreas had ate away (sic). That's no pain you want to feel. I wouldn't wish that on my worst enemy."
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The stars were due to perform in Manila and Cebu on Thursday (07Jun12) and Friday (08Jun12), respectively, but the joint gigs have now been axed as the cities are lashed by rain.
Taking to Twitter.com, JoJo writes, "Got word the shows in Manila&Cebu have been postponed due 2weather (sic). Rescheduled dates will be announced. Sending my love! Can't wait 2 C U all (sic)".
Jane Fonda says it is important for older people to ''stay flexible'' to enjoy a good sex life.
Jane Fonda has urged older women to "stay flexible" in order to have sex.
The 73-year-old actress knows not everyone is interested in making love as they get older but believes it is important to stay healthy and active.
Speaking at the 30th anniversary party of Shape magazine, where she was honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award, Jane - who appeared on the cover of the publication in September 1987 -said: "You have to want sex, and many people don't. That's just fine.
Continue reading: Jane Fonda: Stay 'Flexible' To Enjoy Good Sex