Una menuda empleada es la nueva superestrella de la canción de AARP

Janet Hines-Norris, de 53 años, una empleada de limpieza de 1m 55cm de Mishawaka, Indiana, que durante años ha cantado cada día en su trabajo, podría estar a punto de cambiar de carrera. Con dos canciones, impactó a un panel de leyendas de la música, puso de pie a una audiencia de miles de personas dos veces, venció a cuatro competidores y dejó el escenario como ganadora de la competencia de canto Superstar de AARP que fue presentada por Arsenio Hall. …

A Petite Housecleaner Is AARP’s New Singing Superstar

  Janet Hines-Norris, 53, a 5-foot-1 housecleaner from Mishawaka, Ind., who for years has sung her way through each workday, just might have a career change in store. With two songs, she blew away a panel of music legends, twice brought an audience of thousands to its feet, beat out four fellow competitors — and left the stage the winner of the 2015 AARP Superstar singing competition that was hosted by Arsenio Hall. A balmy night in Miami Beach turned torrid as Hines-Norris belted …

AARP’s Superstar Challenge: 5 Finalists Standing!

With their eyes on the prize — $5,000 and a professional recording session at DMI Music & Media in Pasadena, Calif. — five potential Superstars are bound for AARP’s Life@50+ event in Miami on May 15. The singers, aged 50 to 85, hail from four states and Puerto Rico and boast a wide range of musical backgrounds. They are the elite of nearly 1,300 aspirants who submitted music videos to AARP. The finalists were chosen Tuesday night, during a lively …

Arsenio Hall Hoping #backisbeautiful

It’s been 17 years since Arsenio Hall loomed large on the TV landscape, since his show was a pop culture force, since a visit with Hall was a must for those seeking to reach the “MTV generation.”  He returns in syndication Sept. 9 with The Arsenio Hall Show, 2013 style. “It’s kind of the same Arsenio, you know.  Less hair, less shoulder pads,” he says, his familiar raffish smile in place. Can the same Arsenio work in this radically changed …