Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Pop singer Christina Milian's engagement Dream

Christina Milian, who for months has been keeping her engagement to Grammy-nominated producer The-Dream under wraps, is officially "engaged," a pal confirms after the R&B singer hosted a Hollywood Hills birthday bash for music producer Billy Clark Saturday at the Venom Energy and Trainwreck Clothing event.

Christina Milian said: "We don't have any wedding plans made yet - but it hasn't already happened, that I can confirm. We just want to have our closest friends and family there - it's not going to be too big."
The-Dream, 27, is said to have popped the question with a six-carat diamond band from Ivanka Trump's range of jewellery.
Milian discussed her pending nuptials—and showed off her Dream-provided bling—at a birthday party she and her new hubby-to-be hosted on Saturday night.

The pair are already thinking about having children, but want to ensure they have achieved as much as possible with their careers before starting a family together.
The-Dream explained: "I love kids, and Christina loves kids probably more than I do.
"I think when you're a female in this business, it's kind of hard to do the natural thing that you want to do. You have to do your work - then whenever she makes that time for herself, she'll make that time to have a baby. In the next couple of years, there'll be something around."

"Catch Me" By Demi Lovato

The full studio version of "Catch Me" by Demi Lovato.

Demi Lovato : Here We Go Again

The title of Demi Lovato's new album could be a bit misleading. Here We Go Again, which hits shelves on Tuesday (July 21), is anything but a repeat of the songs and topics from last year's debut, Don't Forget.

The song is about Lovato's relationship with her dad, and she hopes that by addressing it she can help her fans out. "It's basically about my past relationship with my birth father. ... I think everybody — well, a lot of people — go through this situation where parents divorce, and what they don't realize is that it really affects you. It's selfish for me to bottle up my past when I could be helping others."

Lovato also got to work with some new people on this album, including one guy she's had on her list of dream collaborators for a while. "I actually wrote two songs with John Mayer, one of which will make the album ['World of Chances'] ... it's a really cool song," she said. "It's the first song we wrote together, and working with him was incredible. It was a pipe dream. I didn't even think it would ever come true, 'cause he's just awesome. He's John Mayer."