The Grove Los Angeles, Tree Lighting ceremony, featuring Laura Alaina, will air on Thanksgiving Day, November 24, on KCAL Los Angeles and on CBS in New York.
Daughtry will guest on FUSE TV with Mistress Juliya on Top 20 tonight at 11 pm.
Paula Abdul, and her group, Lakoda Rayne, will be doing a UStream at 4 pm PST.
Music Seen: Kelly Clarkson Looks Ravishing In Red At VH1 Unplugged (PHOTOS)
However, VH1 photographer Colin Gray just sent us a bunch of the photos that he was able to take that afternoon and we couldn’t resist sharing his insanely awesome work with you (as well as a quick video of Kelly explaining why she didn’t perform barefoot, like she usually does, while taping VH1 Unplugged). Enjoy!
See more photos at VH1
Behind-the-Scenes with Kelly Clarkson
Their commercial, currently airing nationwide, was such an elaborate endeavor that chronicling everything it took to put “The Crew” together required a short-form documentary — which you can get an exclusive sneak peek of above!
See the video at ET
Stefano Langone & Taylor Lautner – Breaking Dawn Premiere
Stefano Langone tweeted this photo with Twilight star, Taylor Lautner at a Breaking Dawn premiere after party.
Interview with David Archuleta: Staying in Tune
“Record label management wanted to make me into a person that was so different from who I had presented myself to be on Idol. People would say, ‘You don’t know who you are. You don’t know what you want to be. This is who you are.’ But I told them, ‘You know what? That’s not who I am. Regardless if that’s what will get more radio play, that’s not what I’m supposed to do. I don’t want double-meaning lyrics. I don’t want things to be taken the wrong way. Music has an impact, and as an artist I can influence the way people think, the way they feel. No one can tell me what I am and am not. I’m just going to be true to myself.’”
See photos HERE.
Photo Coverage: Constantine Maroulis, Kathryn Hahn, et al. Celebrate 2011 Williamstown Theatre Festival Gala
Last night, November 14, The Williamstown Theatre Festival honored the Festival’s renowned Training Programs at its Annual Benefit, “We The Future” at the Edison Ballroom in New York City. The evening, hosted by Award-winning comedian (and Williamstown veteran) Lewis Black, featured former WTF alumni Tony Goldwyn (Promises, Promises; 1981 Non-Equity Company), Kathryn Hahn (Revolutionary Road, 1997 Non-Equity Company) and Constantine Maroulis (“American Idol,” 2002 WTF Apprentice), performing with members of the 2011 Apprentice and Non-Equity companies.
BroadwayWorld was there for the star-studded event, and bringsyou full photo coverage below!
See the photos at Broadway World
PIC: Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony Reunite in San Juan for TV Show
Just four months after announcing their separation, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony reunited in San Juan, Puerto Rico on Nov. 8. The parents of 3-year-old twins Max and Emme were shooting scenes for their Latin-American talent competition Q’Viva! The Chosen.
See the photo at US
Injured J.R. Martinez: ‘I Could Have Done So Much Better’
“Even though … an ankle injury is something you kind of can’t control, you still get frustrated, because [Smirnoff] put some routines together that were really amazing,” Martinez told PEOPLE after the show.
“It’s kind of like that mentality you hear from guys that serve in the military,” the veteran added. “They don’t want to let the rest of their guys down. That’s what it comes down to.”
Read more at People
‘Glee Project’ winner Damian McGinty dishes on tonight’s ‘Mash Off’
According to McGinty, “Finn kind of [enlists Rory] to lead the New Directions in the mash-up competition, so it’s kind of like a duet between Finn and Rory.” It’s a chance for the crooning Irishman to prove himself to Finn and the New Directions before Sectionals, explains McGinty: “Rory’s getting this opportunity because… Finn said, ‘This is a good chance to give Rory a solo to get him ready for when the big time comes.’”
Read more at Entertainment Weekly
‘Glee': 300 Musical Performances By the Numbers
Top Downloads: According to Nielsen SoundScan, Glee’s signature cover of Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin'” still ranks as the show’s No. 1 song, with more than 1.1 million downloads. Gwyneth Paltrow’s cover of Cee Lo Green’s “Forget You” ranks second with 728,000, followed by Darren Criss and the Dalton Academy Warblers’ cover of Katy Perry’s “Teenage Dream” (526,000), the New Directions original song “Loser Like Me” (499,000) and the mash-up of Gene Kelly/Rihanna featuring Jay-Z’s “Singing in the Rain”/”Umbrella” performed by Paltrow, Matthew Morrison and the New Directions (427,000).
Read more at Hollywood Reporter
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