Kris Allen has a new appearance, he’ll open for Lifehouse at the DTE Energy Music Theatre in Auburn Hills, MI on August 15 at 7:30 pm. Tickets go on sale on Saturday July 23 at 10 am. More information HERE.
Listen to Season 5 Idol alum Paris Bennett cover Drake’s “Marvin’s Room’ HERE.
EC TWINS @PLAYHOUSEHW – HAPPY BDAY BASH 4 BLAKE LEWIS + DJ DAN
Blake Lewis and Dj Dan had their birthday bash with special guest EC Twins at Playhouse nightclub in Hollywood, CA on Monday July 18th, 2011. Check out the video below.
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Is Ryan Murphy “Bored With Glee”?
“I think he’s bored with Glee now,” says a show insider who’s very familiar with R.M. “That’s probably why you’re seeing all these weird happenings with no real, well-thought-out message as to what’s going on with the show, who’s going where and why.”
Ryan’s apparent struggle with boredom became glaringly obvious in the show’s second season, where storylines were tossed around like salad and plot was scrapped for glitz, glamour and ratings.
A rep for Murphy declined to discuss the claims some Glee vets are telling us.
Read more at EOnline
Cat Deeley Talks SYTYCD Emmy Nod: Cheering Seacrest, Toppling Probst, Skirting Fashion Hell
For several years running, reality TV junkies have lamented Emmy’s outrageous snub of So You Think You Can Dance host Cat Deeley in the Outstanding Reality-Show Host category. Last Thursday, however, the oversight was finally remedied, as Deeley found herself scoring her very first nomination alongside Survivor‘s Jeff Probst, American Idol‘s Ryan Seacrest, The Amazing Race‘s Phil Keoghan, and Dancing With the Stars‘ Tom Bergeron. We caught up with Deeley this week to talk about how she’ll approach her big red-carpet moment, why she’s rooting for Ryan Seacrest to beat her in her own category, and which Happy Days character she emulated when she first got word of her nomination.
Read more at TVLine
Lea Michele’s Songs from ‘Dorothy of Oz’ To Premiere at Comic-Con
Next, year, Sony will release the soundtrack to the 3D animated musical “Dorothy of Oz,” but the film’s songs will be unveiled this Saturday (July 23) at Comic-Con in San Diego. The film, which features “Glee” star Lea Michele in the title role, is penciled in for an early spring release.
Bryan Adams has written several original songs for the film with his co-writer Jim Vallance, as has Tift Merritt. Mike Himelstein is providing lyrics, with additional songs and lyrics from Jim Dooley. Composer, orchestrator and arranger Deborah Lurie (“Prom,” “Justin Bieber: Never Say Never”) and engineer/producer Gustavo Borner are also part of the creative team.
Read more at Billboard
Mark Ballas Discusses His Emmy Nomination For ‘DWTS’
“So You Think You Can Dance” seems like a shoo-in to win the Outstanding Choreography trophy this September, since the show has scored a whopping five of the six nominations in that category and has won that award five times before. But don’t rule out “Dancing With The Stars” pro and first-time Emmy nominee Mark Ballas, who is also up for three routines he staged for “DWTS” (three of that series’ coolest, edgiest numbers, I might add).
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