She was reported to be living every '80s girl's fantasy by dating Prince, but singer-songwriter Delilah has told Digital Spy that she was always just "great friends" with the 'Purple Rain' performer.
Opening up about rumours in February that she and Prince got together after he discovered her videos on You Tube, Hackney-born Delilah commented that she has "a lot of love" for the "amazing" musician - but only platonic love."They are rumours, all rumours," she told us at the v Inspired National Awards at The O2 last night (March 27). I have a lot of love for him, a lot of time for him and vice versa, but music is the thing that links me to most people."He's amazing.
It's a lyric that, unless you were living under a rock circa 2007, instantly conjures up feelings of nostalgia.
And even though the Plain White T's have churned out three albums since its release, including their long-awaited seventh—and decidedly more indie-sounding—full-length (out now), it seems to be the one that sticks, for better or worse. office, after playing a sold-out show at Gramercy Theatre.
It was written as a conversation, from the perspective of Judah Smith, a guy trying to live a pure life, who happened to be a youth pastor.
At the age of 13, Judah, a pastor's kid and Christian, realized he wasn't gonna win the war against his sin nature.
He wrote this book because he discovered that purity isn't a destination, it's a process. For you, that process should include the keys he shares - things like an escape route, boundary markers, and practical understanding of biblical truth.
For you, that process should include the keys he shares - things like an escape route, boundary markers, and practical understanding of biblical truth. You can live a pure life, but first you have to break up with Delilah.
You can live a pure life, but first you have to break up with Delilah.1. DATING DELILAH is unlike any book you've read before.
DATING DELILAH is unlike any book you've read before.
When Samson fell for Delilah, a woman from the Valley of Sorek, it marked the beginning of his downfall and eventual demise.
It didn't take long for the rich and powerful Philistine rulers to learn of the affair and immediately pay a visit to Delilah.
"We always wrote acoustic songs, but that one just happened to really catch on," front man Tom Higgenson (pictured, third from left) told at our N. As an April Fool's gag, the band decided to open (as opposed to close out) the show with their Grammy-nominated hit single.