"Girls" was written and originally recorded by male punk artist Robert Hazard. When Cyndi Lauper remade it from a woman's point of view 35 years ago, the song took on new meaning and really took off.
Time magazine's new cover — featuring the president being forced to face immigrant children — is very real, and it's all over the internet today. Celebrities including Julianne Moore, Katie Holmes, and Olivia Wilde have shared the powerful image.
Rod Stewart is set to spend another summer on the road as the Rock Hall singer has announced a 22-date North American tour with Cyndi Lauper.
Lauper talked to the Build Series about her new song, “Hope,” and its cause, as well as her 30-plus year career and history as an outspoken artist for change.
A slow, dramatic version of Cyndi Lauper's "Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" has the "Voice" coaches fighting over a contestant.
Cyndi Lauper, who picked up a best original score Tony Award in 2013 for her first foray into Broadway musicals, Kinky Boots, has locked down her next project in the field. The pop veteran will write music and lyrics for a Broadway-bound stage musical adaptation of the 1988 Mike Nichols screen comedy, Working Girl, which starred Melanie Griffith as Tess McGill, a frustrated secretary from Staten Island trying to make inroads into the corporate business world.
Cyndi Lauper visited the Clubhouse on "Watch What Happens Live" Wednesday night. Andy Cohen asked Cyndi what she thought about Madonna’s fiery speech at the Women’s March in Washington, D.C., and Cyndi said she was glad Madonna was there, but thought her speech could have been better.
Dan Aykroyd and Bette Midler wanted their MTV, so they co-hosted the first VMAs on Sept. 14, 1984.
Cyndi Lauper has an 18-year-old son named Declyn Wallace Thornton. But on the mic, he goes by Dex Lauper, the iced-out playboy who has it made before drinking age. On his debut single "Wavy," Dex opts not to follow his mother's sugar-pop path and instead tries out some trap production Reazy Renegade (Ace Hood, K…
Cyndi Lauper was a guest on The Late Late Show, where she did a parody of her song Girls Just Want to Have Fun with the host. The subject? The gender pay gap.
<p>Cyndi Lauper gave a quiet, seemingly spontaneous, endorsement of presidential candidate Hillary Clinton during an interview with <em>Rolling Stone Country</em> on Monday, pointing out the former Secretary of State's record of pragmatism and bipartisan leadership during her time in Congress.</p> <p></p> <p>"She's the person who can actually do the job," Lauper says. "She can...