Stevie Wonder is a married man, again! Over the weekend, the legendary singer and musician, 62, exchanged vows with longtime girlfriend Tomeeka Bracy, 42.
Stevie Wonder will say "I do" for the third time this summer. The music legend, 62, will marry longtime girlfriend Tomeeka Bracy, 42, on June 17th in Jamaica.
R&B singers Solange, Kelly Rowland, Jill Scott, John Legend, Stevie Wonder, and Usher were amongst the many entertainers invited to President Barack Obama's farewell party at the White House on Friday (Jan. 7).
Detroit has honored one of their biggest stars. Legendary musician Stevie Wonder attended a ceremony yesterday (Dec. 21) to honor him with a street name in the city....
In the video, Ariana sassily struts down the street wearing high-waisted jeans, shades, and her signature ponytail while Stevie is seen singing at the piano in a dark theater. Grande eventually finds her way to be seated next to Wonder at the piano and they jam out to the song...
Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton kicked off her 69th birthday with a musical bang. While appearing on New York's Power 105 "The Breakfast Club" Wednesday morning, the former Secretary of State got a special birthday serenade from music legend, Stevie Wonder.
Common is prepping his forthcoming album Black America Again, and he's kicking it off with a powerful song/video for the title track featuring Stevie Wonder. Produced by Karriem Riggins and Robert Glasper, the song also features Esperanza Spalding on bass, Chuck D and MC Lyte on the adlibs, and scratches by J Rock, all present to make a powerful statement about the recent influx of senseless violence...
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: John Legend and Stevie Wonder Perform “Hey Ya!” On ‘Lip Sync Battle: All-Stars Live’
John Legend brought in Stevie Wonder, Stephen Merchant (the "announcer"), and puppets for one of the most epic syncs of Outkast's 2003 hit "Hey Ya!” Legend went all out with the green set, background singers/dancers, the straight bob wig, suspenders, even a fake mole to look as much like Andre 3000 as he could.
Stevie Wonder and Tori Kelly took the stage at the 2016 BET Awards for the second Prince tribute of the night with a performance of one of Prince's classics, “Take Me With U" from Purple Rain, his Oscar-winning film.
Earlier this month, it was reported that Janelle Monae, Alicia Keys, D'Angelo, Maxwell, Sheila E, and The Roots would be paying tribute to Prince at the 2016 BET Awards. Now it's been confirmed that Stevie Wonder has been added to the lineup.