Miley Cyrus will pull double duty tonight on the premiere of Saturday Night Live, both guest hosting and performing. 11:30/10:30c NBC.
American Idol singer ‘messed up’ White House performance – Jessica Sanchez is in Singapore to perform at a local singing competition: “I was so terrified. I messed up and started the song on the wrong key. “After the song, the president turned to me to give me a hug, but that became awkward too, because I was so nervous.” Sanchez, who is in town to perform at the finals of local singing competition The Final 1 tomorrow night, performed again at The White House last year. – Read more at TNP.sg
Constantine Maroulis Talks BREAKING THROUGH at Pasadena Playhouse – The Pasadena Playhouse (Artistic Director Sheldon Epps) presents the world premiere of BREAKING THROUGH, a world premiere musical, with book by Kirsten Guenther, and music and lyrics by Cliff Downs and Katie Kahanovitz. The production is choreographed by Tyce Diorio, directed by Sheldon Epps and begins rehearsals this week. Below, Constantine Maroulis talks about how much he wants audiences to see this show, and more! – Read more at Broadway World
‘Voice’ winner tries new approach – Up next for Boyd is his major label debut, which includes lead single “I’m Still Here.” He’s hopeful the album will be released this year. Stylistically speaking, he said fans who want a sneak peak about what he’s all about shouldn’t look further than the artists he covered during his appearance on “The Voice.” That list includes George Strait, Johnny Cash, The Eagles, Merle Haggard and Randy Houser. One “yes” Boyd recently got was from his girlfriend, Wilhelmina model Taylor Borland, when he proposed marriage last month. Craig was dropped from Universal after his first single. Has he signed with a new label? – Read more at Vindy.com
‘The Voice’ star Kat Perkins talks about singing struggles at drug court conference – WEST FARGO, N.D. — Kat Perkins, a North Dakota-born singer and semifinalist on “The Voice,” calls music “her addiction.” But unlike the addictions that face children in the state’s juvenile drug courts, hers has helped propel her to success. “I had known how to be fearless and had lost it somehow,” Perkins said Friday of her pre-“Voice” years. Read more at Grand Forks Herald.com