Pentatonix is set to appear on the Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. 11:35/10:35c PM NBC
Reggie Yates, Adam Lambert and Lorraine Kelly win at Attitude Pride Awards – Presenter Reggie Yates was honoured for his BBC Three documentary Extreme Russia at the Attitude Pride Awards.
Reggie collected the Ally gong at London’s Banqueting House where celebrities and VIPs gathered for the annual awards. Newsnight presenter Evan Davis was named man of the year and Cyril Nri picked up the actor of the year award. Fashion designer Alexander McQueen was also recognised posthumously with Attitude’s Legend Award – collected by his sister Jacqueline. Others honoured on the night included Adam Lambert who scooped the Music Award and who also performed at the event. One person who did miss out on the action was One Direction’s Liam Payne, although he did win the sexiest man of the year award. – Read more at Yahoo.uk
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‘American Idol’ winner Taylor-made for Taft’s Oilstock – Hicks is currently working on his fourth studio album, due out in the spring of 2016. Though it’s untitled at the moment, Hicks promised more of the “rootsy” sound his fans have come to expect from him, plus some elements from his concerts. “I’m working on bringing a live feeling to this record,” he said. – Read more at Bakersfield Californian
Bo Bice talks Blood, Sweat and Tears – When Bo Bice leaves his normal solo duties to tour as the frontman for Blood, Sweat and Tears, it’s almost as if he takes on a different persona. It’s similar to donning a mask and becoming someone else, something Bice is familiar with. Bice said he will most likely return to focusing on his solo efforts in 2016. – Read more at Montgomery Advertiser
Ryan Seacrest to headline UGA’s spring commencement ceremony, receive honorary degree – When Ryan Seacrest takes the stage for the University of Georgia’s spring Commencement ceremony on May 13 in Sanford Stadium, he will have two tasks — inspire a new class of UGA alumni and receive an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree from the university he attended as a freshman. The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia approved Seacrest’s honorary degree during its Wednesday meeting. Other than an earned doctorate, the honorary degree is the highest recognition UGA can bestow and is given to recognize a person who has a sustained record of achievements of lasting significance.- Read more at Online Athens