Concert At Jewish Community Center To Raise Funds For Syrian Refugees

Hilary Duff has night off from motherhood partying at P!nk concert… but keeps son Luca close to her chest with cute necklace

From every angle! The Lizzie McGuire star could not be faulted as she exited the venue with a female friend

And on Saturday night Hilary Duff showed support for her fellow recording artist as she joined the masses at the singer’s The Truth About Love concert tour. The 26-year-old pop star was drop dead gorgeous in a cute red ensemble at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles with a female friend, leaving her son Luca at home but keeping him close with a namesake necklace on her heart. Supporting fellow artists: Hilary Duff was stunning in red as she attended the Pink concert in Los Angeles on Saturday night looking radiant and full of energy Happy: The 26-year-old natural beauty could not wipe the smile off her face as she wore a necklace with her son Luca’s name on it Hilary was a picture of radiance in bright red skinny jeans and similarly coloured heels to match. A dash of luminous red lipstick completed her well put together colour scheme for the evening, and she broke things up with a cream coloured silk top. She left her three-year-old son Luca at home for the evening, but paid homage to her beloved boy with her main accessory: a silver namesake necklace. Glowing: The pretty star later rugged up with a warm green coat over her red jeans on the cool evening From every angle! The Lizzie McGuire star could not be faulted as she exited the venue with a female friend The Lizzie McGuire actress followed in the footsteps of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West who have also been spotted wearing necklaces that display the names of their new baby girl, North ‘Nori’ West. Hilary wore a delicate splash of make-up, although the naturally beautiful mother-of-one already proved on Friday that she doesn’t need it as she stepped out make-up free in Beverly Hills looking stunning. Pink fans: Tom Arnold and his wife Ashley Groussman also took in the concert in LA and seemed thrilled to be there Date night: The actor and his spouse enjoyed a night at Pink’s The Truth About Love concert tour at the Staples Centre in LA Fourth time lucky: Tom has been married three times before but he and Ashley are going strong after four years The pretty blonde later slipped into a cosy green coat complete with a furry hood, shielding herself from the cold on the chilly autumn evening. The star is currently making headway in the studio on her new album, and recently worked with Pink’s record producer Billy Mann on one of her tracks. The show: Pink performed in Los Angeles on Saturday during her The Truth About Love tour Electric: The star swung around on wires wearing sexy latex pants and a cropped black top It was a girls’ night out for Hilary, who left both her son and her hockey player husband Mike Comrie at home as she attended the Pink concert with a female friend.

Pharrell Williams marries Helen Lasichanh in Florida; Usher, Busta Rhymes perform mini concert at ceremony

Hundreds are expected to attend a concert by Syrian-American musician Malek Jandali that aims to raise money for refugees, especially children. Part of the money will go toward Jandalis efforts to take music and concerts to refugees in camps, he said. The event has become somewhat controversial in parts of the Arab-American community. Some are refusing to take part because its being held at a Jewish center, organizers said. Others oppose it because the musician and some of the organizers oppose Syrian President Bashar Assad. Jandali and others helping to organize the concert said its unfortunate there is division over an event intended to help children. Jandali said the Jewish center was selected for the concert on purpose because he wants people to cross through social and political barriers so we can be human. Stop dividing our noble cause with silly things, he said. Dr. Yahya Basha of West Bloomfield , who is of Syrian descent and a longtime leader in the Arab-American and Muslim-American communities, supports the concert. He said it will highlight the magnitude of the tragedy of Syria. More than 6 million Syrians have been displaced because of the war, including about 2 million refugees who fled the country. There are about 10,000 Syrian Americans in Michigan. John Akouri, a Lebanese-American leader from Farmington Hills who will emcee the event, said: Shame on anyone who brings politics or religion into this concert. Everyone is welcome.

Concert review: One Direction’s final Auckland show

One Direction performing at Vector Arena in Auckland. Photo / Norrie Montgomery

SECRET CELEBRITY WEDDINGS Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage Pharrell Williams (L) and Helen Lasichanh tied the knot in Miami. The wedding included a mini-concert by Usher and Busta Rhymes. Lasichanh, who is also the mother of the couple’s son Rocket, 4, and Pharrell were seen posing for wedding photos aboard a yacht named “Never Say Never.” The bride and groom stuck to their signature eclectic fashion sense, wearing plaid ensembles for the Terry Richardson shoot. They later tied the knot at the Kampong National Tropical Botanical Gardens in Coconut Grove, according to Just Jared. INFphoto.com The Grammy award-winning producer and his new bride matched in plaid outfits for a wedding photo shoot. “Usher and Busta Rhymes did a mini concert at the wedding,” a source told Us Weekly. “It was so fun. The little concert was amazing. It [was] the most fun wedding I’ve ever been to.” The “Get Lucky” singer previously gushed about his relationship with Lasichanh, and their family in an interview with the “Today” show. “It’s awesome,” he said. “I can’t tell anyone what to do. I can’t give anyone relationship advice.

Perhaps it’s subliminal messaging ?! Ok, it’s probably not subliminal messaging… Whatever it is, One Direction have it and it’s making girls around the world go bonkers! Unsurprisingly, young Kiwi girls are far from immune. Screaming tweens turned out in droves for One Direction’s second sold out concert, at Auckland’s Vector Arena. Brandishing signs and posters, some of which read “Niall, Irish you were naked”, “Marry me Harry” and “Date me I’m a llama tamer”. The band has come a long way since their X Factor days and they seem to be right at home with their superstar status, but it’s hard to believe that they would ever get used to the high pitched shrieks of their fans. Video After a quick opening set from Aussi pop rock band 5 Seconds of Summer and about 30mins worth of ads for the 1D perfume, skin care produces & braces … Zayn Malik, Niall Horan, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson and Harry Styles of One Direction took the stage for, not only their last night in New Zealand, but also for the 118th show of their ‘Take Me Home’ World Tour, which started back in February this year. The night kicked off with the energetic anthem Up All Night getting the crowd out of their seats. There is no doubt that these boys can sing. Their harmonies, for the most part, seemed effortless. There were a few moments where some notes were a little too high for Zayn, but he made up for it with an amazing vocal run at the end of Last First Kiss. Midway through the enormous 3 hour performance, songs like Moments and Little Things felt like a nod to the 90s boy band stool ballads … minus the stools.