The Voice’s We McDonald Set for the Anthem
So umm I'm just gonna sing the national anthem today. For the knicks. At Madison square garden. No big deal.
— Wé McDonald (@we_mcdonald) February 12, 2017
Keith Urban & Carrie Underwood Rehearse for Tonight’s Grammy Awards
We’ll be live blogging the winners beginning at 3:30 pm ET! It’s going to be a long night, so get comfy!
— CBS Tweet (@CBSTweet) February 11, 2017
Win a ‘date’ with America’s Got Talent finalist Sal Valentinetti – Happy Valentinetti Day! Oops — we mean Valentine’s Day! Everyone’s favorite Long Island crooner and America’s Got Talent finalist Sal Valentinetti will be celebrating the year’s most romantic holiday a few days ahead of time. We’ll be getting to know more about Sal Valentinetti on Facebook Live — from a secret location — at approximately 5:30 p.m. Sunday. One lucky person will also have the opportunity to be serenaded by Sal on a “date” with him that night! – Read more at Newsday
Danielle Bradbery: CMT Next Women of Country Live Exclusive – Like this song “Potential.” Whew, you’re gonna want to take a seat to listen to this one. In a special acoustic performance for CMT Next Women of Country Live, Bradbery gets brutally honest about loving someone for the person they could be, not the person they are in reality, and the importance knowing the difference between the two. – Watch the Video at CMT
Where ‘American Idol’ Justin Guarini likes to skate and get his hair done – He was born in Georgia and lives in Pennsylvania, but Justin Guarini’s spiritual home is Broadway. “I was probably 11 when I saw ‘Les Miz,’?” the first “American Idol” runner-up tells BARBARA HOFFMAN. “I remember being so blown away, I wanted to get into that genre!” He did. After “A.I.,” he played five Broadway shows, the latest of which is the a cappella musical “In Transit.” Here’s where you’ll likely find the 38-year-old, his wife Reina, and their children, ages 3, 5 and 11, on the weekends. – Read more at New York Post
Lauren Alaina Recalls Valentine’s Day Gone Awry – “Our first Valentine’s I cooked for him and I had just moved into an apartment, my first apartment and I didn’t grow up with an upgraded kitchen so we didn’t have a disposal so I didn’t really understand how that works and I put potato peels in it…like an entire bag of potato peels. You’re not supposed to do that, just so you know,” Alaina told Sounds Like Nashville and other media outlets with a hint of desperation and drama. “My kitchen threw up. Like literally I had potato peels flying through the air and it got all stopped up,” she continued with a laugh. – Read more at Sounds Like Nashville
Music: LA Reid Welcomes Jennifer Hudson, Puff Daddy, Ryan Seacrest to Swanky Bel Air Brunch – Among those guests: the luminous Jennifer Hudson, who has signed with Epic (staying in the Sony-RCA family) and her husband David Otunga. Jennifer has already begun recording her new album, which will take her into a turn looking for real chart success and airplay. She’s already recorded a song called “Remember Me” that has the label very excited. I also met the ladies from Fifth Harmony, whose music is so upbeat and catchy, as well as their ex member Camilla Cabella, who is striking out on her own with a solo career. They were all very chill, and eager to take pictures with Hudson. – Read more at Showbiz 411
Mary J. Blige, Chance, Neil Diamond shine at pre-Grammy gala – Mary J. Blige warned the audience at the Clive Davis Gala that she was not in a good place. “I look happy, somewhat, but I’m going through some horrible stuff right now,” said Blige, who was about to perform in tribute to Saturday night’s honoree, BET Networks President Debra Lee. “It’s called a divorce.” Driven by her emotions, the R&B star went out to sing rousing renditions of “Thick of It” and “No More Drama” as the audience watched in awe. Diddy, Jennifer Hudson, French Montana, John Legend, LL Cool J and more stars stared closely from the front row, dancing along and cheering Blige on. Hudson, in all-white, earned applause when honoring Leonard Cohen, who died last year, with his “Hallelujah.” – Read more at US News