Headlines: Adam Lambert Set for BBC’s Strictly, Camila Cabello Save the Children

BBC UK Strictly Come Dancing – Adam Lambert to Perform on Sunday – This weekend, it’s time to face the music and dance! Borehamwood meets Broadway this week as Strictly Come Dancing goes to the musicals.Then on Sunday 2nd December at 7.20pm on BBC One one more celebrity will leave the competition in the latest results show. There will also be a spectacular performance from Adam Lambert, who will be singing a Queen classic from the musical We Will Rock You. – More at TellyMix

Camila Cabello Visits Puerto Rican Daycare as She Becomes Newest Save the Children Ambassador – Camila Cabello has been named as Save the Children’s newest ambassador. Joining the ranks of Jennifer Garner, Dakota Fanning and Olivia Wilde, Cabello will raise awareness and advocate for Save the Children’s work in the United States and around the world. Her participation is announced on Giving Tuesday, a global day of giving following Thanksgiving that celebrates and supports philanthropy through the power of social media. – Read more at People

Camila Cabello Praises Lynnea Moorer’s ‘Powerful’ Cover of ‘Consequences’ on ‘The Voice’ – Camila Cabello took to Twitter on Tuesday (Nov. 27) to express her excitement after watching The Voice contestant Lynnea Moorer sing “Consequences” from Cabello’s 2018 debut album Camila. “WOWOWOWOW!!!! this is so cool and you sound so powerful!!! Good luck, beautiful,” Cabello tweeted. – Read more at Billboard

‘Westside’ Star Pia Toscano Gets Honest About the Road to Fame

Jennifer Hudson Gets Real About Learning a British Accent for ‘Cats’

Jennifer Hudson Says She Used to ‘Sing at the Drive-Thru Window’ When She Worked at Burger King – In a new series shared exclusively with PEOPLE called “Voice Coaches on Blast,” the singer reveals that she would sing to the customers who stopped by her drive-thru lane during the time she worked at the fast-food chain. “My first and only real job was working at Burger King,” Hudson, 37, says in the clip. “I used to sing at the drive-thru window. That was my microphone.” – Read more at People.com

How Adam Levine Took Control of His Career After Manager’s Tragic Death – You’ve been a coach on “The Voice” for 15 seasons. What have you learned about the business of television? I’m not in the TV business. I am and I’m not. Anything we approach is done under the guise of how do we do things differently? Not how can we fit in? I think there’s an obsession with regards to fitting in because TV is kind of running scared. There’s this looming storm cloud of tech, which we’ve been experiencing in the music industry for a long time. People are going to stop watching certain types of television like they stopped buying albums and downloading songs. These things are unavoidable. I hope “The Voice” stays on the air for a thousand years. But the truth is, it may not. People want different. – Read more at Variety.com

Blake Shelton Pulls No Punches On ‘The Voice’: ‘Let’s Be Honest, The Other Team Coaches Suck!’

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Most Americans Think There’s Too Much Reality TV — But They’re Still Watching – Reality TV, on the other hand, is the only TV genre in the poll viewed negatively, with 48 percent of respondents holding an unfavorable view vs. 45 percent who enjoy it. Viewers under age 30 are more likely to view unscripted shows favorably, but not by much. The genre’s net favorable rating (favorable minus unfavorable) among those viewers is only +5. It’s also the only genre that respondents say there’s “too much” of — and by a wide margin: 61 percent wish there were fewer unscripted shows. No other type of show comes close, with horror (29 percent say too much) garnering less than half the negative response. America’s Got Talent (+46 net favorable rating), The Voice (+36) and Shark Tank (+28) are the most-loved unscripted shows and, not surprisingly, all three have good-sized audiences. Yet The Bachelor and The Bachelorette, with audiences of more than 7 million viewers apiece, are among the least-loved, with net ratings of -43. – Read more at Hollywood Reporter

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