Splits can be painful, but never painful enough to give up hope! However, fear not, female music lady fans, she DOES hope to update the venue sometime in the future by "carrying forth the ideas from Lilith and maybe doing something new and different." Nice! Like half the country right now, Smilez was visibly devastated to learn Hillary Clinton had lost the Presidential election to Donald Trump, and couldn't stop crying throughout the emotional clip.
We DO like the sound of that, and are looking forward to how this re-imagining will manifest itself! Sarah Mc Lachlan won't stop touring after Lilith Fair as she's announced a brand new tour for November called "Sarah and Friends." The first set of the show will feature Sarah sitting in on songs with her guest performers and the second set will have Sarah singing her greatest hits and new songs from her latest album .
Now that she's able to see it in a different light, she's been able to be really unfiltered about it too: "Yeah, the marriage part didn't quite work out.
Apparently that's a bit of an epidemic, so I just make light of it. "I have amazing friends, great family and two kids, so I just got out of bed everyday and kept moving forward.
There will also be an interactive element to the tour with the audience getting the opportunity to submit questions when they arrive and Sarah will choose randomly which ones to answer throughout the show!
Coming to terms with the fact that my marriage was a failure was devastating and very difficult. I'm not one to sit and wallow — I would rather figure out a way around so I can move past it and be at peace with things. "So I've certainly done a lot of growing up in the past couple of years, recognizing bad traits in myself and others." Well, this is definitely proof that time really does make a difference in how a person gets through sadness. Sarah Mc Lachlan announced today that after attempting to revive Lilith Fair last year to bad ticket sales, she will no longer be running the female-fronted music festival!
It's wonderful to see that she's moved past that dark period of her life and has been able to keep everything together. She explains: "Bringing the same thing back last year really didn't make any sense, in retrospect, without due diligence being done on how women have changed. Their expectations have changed, the way they view the world has changed, and that was not taken into consideration, which I blame myself for." Inneresting points! On Wednesday morning, the liberal celeb took to Facebook to share her video reaction to the upsetting outcome of Tuesday's vote.
Ch-ch-check out the cheery, inspiring beat (above)!!
super emotional, but the animated short to go along with it is just too cute for words. We love a charitable cause, especially when it brings together such a cool group of people, including Sarah Mc Lachlan, St.
Sarah herself had nothing but positive things to say about her choice to go with a more child-like styling, saying: for you, Perezicious readers! Vincent, Jason Mraz, Whoopi Goldberg, and Rosie O'Donnell.