Canadian Singer/songwriter Sarah Mclachlan Can't Bear To Watch The Depressing American Society For The Prevention Of Cruelty To Animals (Aspca) Ad, In Which She Features - Because It's Too Sad.
MCLachlan provided the voiceover and her song Angel for the touching public service announcement, which first appeared in 2006 and it has become a staple for the animal charity, with bosses claiming the campaign has been a big hit.
But the singer herself switches channels if the ad appears because she hates seeing the images of the abused and neglected pets that pop up.
"I have to say it was brutal doing those ads," she tells Makers. "I can't watch them, it kills me."
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Susan Boyle admits she is expecting a backlash from John Lennon and Pink Floyd fans after covering their songs on her new album.
The former 'Britain's Got Talent' star has recorded versions of the Beatles' legend's 'Imagine' and the psychedelic rockers' 'Wish You Were Here' for her new album 'Hope' and she admits creating her own interpretations of the iconic songs is a ''risk''.
She told Scotland's Herald newspaper: ''I hope I have done them justice in my own way.
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Singer Sarah Mclachlan has revealed the oily skin which has annoyed her for years has become her secret to growing old gracefully.
The 46 year old often gets compliments about her looks and questions about her youthful glow and admits it's all down to one of the things she most dislikes about herself.
In a recent Reddit.com webchat the I Will Remember You singer said, "Someone said that it didn't look like I'd aged a day in 20 years.
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Sarah Mclachlan, Betty Who, Robbie Myers and Angel Haze - Celebrities attend ELLE's 5th Annual Women in Music Concert Celebration, presented by CUSP by Neiman Marcus, in honor of the magazine's May Women in Music issue at Avalon Hollywood. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 22nd April 2014
Sarah Mclachlan - ELLE's 5th Annual Women in Music concert celebration presented by CUSP by Neiman Marcus in honor of the magazine's May Women in Music issue held at Avalon Hollywood - Los Angeles, California, United States - Tuesday 22nd April 2014
The I Will Remember You hitmaker has been working to provide free music education programmes for underprivileged and at-risk kids through The Sarah MCLachlan School of Music, and this season she is offering up a free festive tune recorded with the students of her school in exchange for fan donations.
And Osbourne has helped to raise awareness and spread the word about her pal's efforts by sending out a rallying call to her own Twitter.com followers on Thursday (13Dec12), asking them to support the cause.
The famous faces have been unveiled as inductees of this year's (12) Walk of Fame, and organisers reveal they're moving away from the traditional sidewalk stars and will instead display the accolades on a monument.
President and founding director Peter Soumalias says, "We do have long-term plans... and at the forefront is relocating the stars. We have spent a lot of time analysing and researching that, and we will go to more of a monument than a sidewalk star - something at eye level and something that will be thoroughly interactive with the people that will come down to visit."
Late comedy actor Phil Hartman, who died in 1998, has also been honoured with a posthumous accolade. The honourees will receive their tributes during a ceremony in Toronto on 22 September (12).
Continue reading: Sarah Mclachlan And Randy Bachman Land Walk Of Fame Honours
The I Will Remember You hitmaker and longtime American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Aspca) advocate wrote to Harper on behalf of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (Peta) on Friday (06Apr12) in a bid to put pressure on Harper and lead him into action.
An excerpt of the document, which was obtained by the Toronto Star, reads, "The sealers - like tobacco farmers and asbestos miners - need leaders to devise a practical exit strategy for them, not waste millions more in hopeless World Trade Organization challenges or paying to stockpile pelts when buyers already have seal pelts going back several years. Won't you lead the way?"
Singer Sarah Mclachlan has signed up to honour the victims of 9/11 with a special concert to mark the opening of the Flight 93 National Memorial.
The I Will Remember You hitmaker will perform at the dedication ceremony on 10 September (11) in Pennsylvania, just a day before the 10-year anniversary of the atrocities.
The memorial was erected by the National Park Foundation as a tribute to the 40 courageous passengers and crew of Flight 93 who famously gave their lives to thwart a terrorist attack on the U.S. capital in Washington, D.C.
The California-bound plane took off in New Jersey but crashed near rural Shanksville, where the national memorial is now located, and MCLachlan will be among those paying their respects.
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Singer Sarah Mclachlan has learned to "make light" of her divorce from husband Ashwin Sood and move forward with her life after spending years blaming herself for the marriage breakdown.
MCLachlan separated from the Canadian drummer in 2008 after 11 years of marriage and is only now starting to open up about the painful split.
She tells Spinner, "Coming to terms with the fact that my marriage was a failure was devastating and very difficult. I blamed myself for a lot of things. It took me a very long time to get over it."
And although the I Will Remember You hitmaker admits dealing with the heartache was a struggle, she insists music and her daughters India and Taja were the source of her strength.
Continue reading: Mclachlan: 'I Make Light Of Divorce'
Sarah Mclachlan, the Canadian musician and singer-songwriter, has described her divorce from Ashwin Sood as "a failure". Sarah Mclachlan, best known for emotional ballads and impressive vocal range, split from the British-born drummer in 2008 following eleven years of marriage.
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Canadian singer/songwriter Sarah Mclachlan will headline the revamp of the women-friendly music festival she helped launch in the late 1990s.
The I Will Remember You singer will lead the line-up at Lilith 2010, the reborn Lilith Fair touring music festival.
She'll be joined by Mary J. Blige, Sheryl Crow, Jill Scott and Erykah Badu, among others.
Dates have yet to be announced, but the shows are expected to tour through North America and Europe.
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