Carrie Underwood to headline the Apple Music Festival on Wednesday September 21 in London. Carrie is the first country act to headline the global Apple Music Festival.
— Carrie Underwood (@carrieunderwood) September 8, 2015
First Group of Presenters Announced for 2015 Creative Arts Emmys – Beau Bridges (Masters of Sex), Mel Brooks (The Comedians), Cat Deeley (So You Think You Can Dance), Allison Janney (Mom), Ken Jeong (Dr. Ken), Wendi McLendon-Covey (The Goldbergs), Gina Rodriguez (Jane The Virgin), Bradley Whitford (Transparent) and Fred Willard (Modern Family). The 2015 Creative Arts Emmys will take place at the Microsoft Theater on Saturday, September 12. FXX will broadcast a two-hour version of the awards show on Saturday, September 19 at 8pm ET/PT, encoring at 10:30pm ET/PT. – Read more at Emmys.com
Quentin Alexander kicks off Crowdfunding Project
American Idol 14 finalist, Quentin Alexander, kicks off a crowdfunding project with IndieGoGo
— Quentin Alexander (@QAlexanderXIV) September 7, 2015
Dancing, decorating and the undeniable power of song with Kellie Pickler – Utahns love the dancing Hough family, and you went on to win “Dancing with the Stars” with Derek Hough in 2013. What was that experience like? I absolutely adore Derek and love him to pieces. We had so much fun, dancing together and working together. He’s such an incredible person and such a bright light, and he’s truly a treasure as well. I very much value our friendship and the time we had on the show together. He’s doing great things not just for himself, but for other people, too. He’s a good one. – Read more at SLTrib
Andy Grammer on Prepping for “Dancing with the Stars”: “It’s Intense…But It’s Hard to Even Complain About It” – The singer tells ABC Radio he actually turned to another musician for advice before he signed on: his pal Gavin DeGraw, who competed on season 14. “I definitely texted [him] and was like, ‘Dude, how did it go? Was it cool, is this a good move?’ and he texted me right back, like, ‘Everybody over there is incredible, they’re super nice, it was a really great experience for me.’ So yeah, all I’ve heard is really good things for the show.” “You know what’s funny, I was talking to one of the dancers,” he adds, “And they were like…they want to make the experience really good for you, so that you go and tell other people that they should be on the show.” – Read more at ABCNewsRadio
Gwen Stefani Is Feeling Competitive as she Returns to The Voice – Last time you mentored, you said it was like “mothering.” These are awfully big kids. Do you still feel like that?
I think it depends who is on your team. I have a young boy who just turned 15. I feel quite motherly toward him. It is like that because as a coach — and a parent— you’re rooting, you’re cheering them on. You try to give them all the best advice you can give and you have their best interest in your mind, so it does feel like that. – Read more at Parade
Gwen Stefani Is Feeling Competitive as she Returns to The Voice