To commemorate the valiant efforts of her country's top-secret intelligence agency, Welsh "popera" singer Katherine Jenkins performed for the staff at GCHQ. The recital included "Habanera" from Carmen as well as "World in Union" for the 450-strong team.
Seriously, though, can Welsh mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins really sing opera? It's a curious line of inquiry everyone who has heard her asks. Eventually.
There's been a lot of news encapsulating Katherine Jenkins' latest engagement to American filmmaker Andrew Levitas, and to keep her prolificacy alive as a "classical crossover" artist, she will make an appearance at SubCulture from October 9-11.
Welsh mezzo-soprano Katherine Jenkins has officially tied the knot with American filmmaking beau Andrew Levitas. The couple celebrated their nuptials at Hampton Court Palace in London on Saturday night.
Opera superstar Katherine Jenkins has finally been made a real woman. In a posting on Daily Mail, Jenkins revealed that she is 'thrilled and surprised' after accepting the proposal from her beau, Andrew Levitas.
The U.K.'s New Year's Honors List has been announced. Apart from the fact that more women than men have been honored for the first time ever, it is notable for some worthy ladies and gentlemen of the arts. A good batch in the main, this year.
Distance runner, cruise ship crooner and all-around diva Katharine Jenkins has joined the famous chef Raymond Blanc to launch Martell new cognac's series Very Special Nights. But while she ranks Blanc as part of her ideal all-time dinner party, she fares less well when it comes to his choices.
Join Oriana and the vocal talents of Katherine Jenkins for two new cruise breaks departing in October and November 2013.
Both The Telegraph and The Mail are reporting that, after a half-decade together, Katherine Jenkins has been dumped by Warner Music Group for excessive demands regarding the cost of her personal grooming.
Responding to the latest development in this week's ongoing Jenkinsgate, Katherine Jenkins has taken to Twitter to defend herself--all the while receiving support from British royalty like Katie Price and Amy Childs.
Daily Mail columnist Jan Moir--who seems to have an ax to grind against popular musicians--has now attacked the blonde Welsh starlet for being too well-groomed at the 2013 London Marathon.
Wearing designer shades, diamond earrings, pink lipstick and a sign that said "For Dad," mezzo soprano Katherine Jenkins hardly even broke a sweat during the 2013 London Marathon.