Taylor Dayne Reveals She Picked Her Masked Singer Popcorn Costume for This Patriotic Reason – People

Taylor Dayne told it from her heart as Popcorn on The Masked Singer. Unfortunately, her energetic performance of Tina Turner’s “Better Be Good to Me” on Wednesday’s episode didn’t earn the Grammy nominee a spot in the finale, but Dayne left everything she had in her on stage.

“I brought it,” Dayne, 58, tells PEOPLE. “I went all the way. This was like church for me, this last one. I wasn’t going to hold back.”

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The Masked Singer’s Popcorn jokes she flirted with Nick Cannon so he wouldn’t be ‘bored’ by Ken Jeong – Entertainment Weekly

Warning: This article contains spoilers about Wednesday’s episode of The Masked Singer.

Everyone’s favorite buttery treat has popped off of The Masked Singer stage.

In a crushing triple elimination, the Popcorn was revealed to be none other than three-time Grammy-nominated ’80s hitmaker Taylor Dayne. Ahead of the reveal, the singer-songwriter opened up to EW about her season-long bit of flirting with host Nick Cannon, what it was like having her friend Leah Remini on the show, why she chose the Popcorn costume, and more.

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The World’s Largest Virtual Friendsgiving – Hormel Foods edition

The World’s Largest Virtual Friendsgiving Hormel Foods Edition featuring Boyz II Men, Taylor Dayne, Joey Fatone, Carson Kressley, Kevin “KevOnStage” Fredericks, Karen Huger, Mia Mastroianni, Paul Zahn and more.

Taylor Dayne ‘Pleases’ Fans With New Single – Apple News

Taylor Dayne rose to fame with her 1987 mega-hit “Tell It To My Heart.” Now, over three decades later, the singer-songwriter wears her heart on her sleeve in her new single, “Please.”

I caught up with Taylor to find out what she’s been doing to keep busy during quarantine and what projects she is currently working on. Read More

Taylor’s Book in Finals for 14th Annual National Indie Excellence® Award

The 14th Annual National Indie Excellence® Awards (NIEA) recognize the Winners and Finalists from this year’s robust competition of entries originating from all across the United States of America.

The National Indie Excellence® Awards celebrate independent publishing as a strong and vital sector of our industry. Recognizing excellence in all aspects of the final presentation, NIEA champions independent presses who produce the highest quality books across a spectrum of metrics. Established in 2005, NIEA’s entrants are meticulously judged by experts from various facets of the book industry profession including publishers, writers, editors, and designers.

Winners and Finalists are determined on the basis of superior written matter coupled with excellent presentation in every facet of the final published product. Jurors value the synergy of both content and form as they review entries spanning multiple genres.

“This year’s entries continue an upward trend in high-quality publishing, even among first time or newer authors. The competition is intense. Indie Excellence® proudly celebrates the talent, dedication and love they put into the book product.” – Doug Fogelson, President National Indie Excellence® Awards

LIMHOF airs TV special honoring health care workers – Newsday

Legends of the Long Island Music Hall of Fame shook up the programming on local news channels Sunday. “Supporting Healthcare Heroes,” a 90-minute, commercial-free music program, featured more than 20 LIMHOF inductees performing on News 12 Plus (channel 61) and FIOS (channel 530) honoring of Long Island’s front-line workers. Read more.