Headlines: Lauren Alaina’s DWTS Advice, New CBS Dance Competition

CBS Pairs Up With LL Cool J & Chris O’Donnell For Competition Format ‘Come Dance With Me’ – The broadcast network has ordered Come Dance With Me (w/t) from the pair. The family show will be produced by CBS Television Studios and 3 Ball Productions. Lip Sync Battle host LL Cool J, who sang “You Can’t Dance” on his debut album Radio, and O’Donnell will exec produce alongside 3 Ball’s Reinout Oerlemans, Ross Weintraub and Jeff Altrock. The series will feature talented young dancers from across the country, who will invite one inspirational, and untrained, family member or other adult who has supported their dance dreams, to become their dance partner for a chance to strut their stuff for a grand prize. Each week, these kids will share their love of dance with their mother, father, grandparent or other hero on an uplifting and emotional journey to learn and perform challenging routines, with the assistance of professional choreographers, in a competition with other duos. – Read more at Deadline

See @CHRIS_Daughtry talk about the making of and inspiration for ‘World On Fire’

Chris talks about recording the song in the time of Covid-19 and what inspired the song.

See the celeb panelists for I Can See Your Voice – Between The Masked Singer and the new show I Can See Your Voice, Wednesdays are turning out to be quite the day for Ken Jeong on Fox. The latter show is a new unscripted series hosted and executive-produced by the Masked Singer panelist. It will feature actress Cheryl Hines, vocalist (and Masked Singer finalist) Adrienne Bailon-Houghton, and a rotating panel of celebrities who help a contestant try to tell the difference between good and bad singers, without ever actually hearing them sing. EW can exclusively reveal the celebrity guest detectives who will appear on the show in the first few episodes. Former TMS contestants Kelly Osbourne (Ladybug) and Donny Osmond (Peacock) will make an appearance, as will Nick Lachey, Arsenio Hall, Niecy Nash, Bob Saget, and Finesse Mitchell. Osmond and Lachey are slated to be special musical guests. – Read more at Entertainment Weekly

Gabby Barrett on Newlywed Bliss, Country Stardom at 20, and How Charlie Puth Gave Her a Pop Crossover Push – As far as marriage goes, I think there’s always a lot of stereotypes. Somehow, we’ve come up with the stereotype that people should (wait to) get married when they’re 26, 27. I don’t even know where that number came from, when I have my aunt and uncle who’ve been married for 60 years, and they got married when they were 15 or 16. People are always going to have opinions, but my husband and I knew that it was right for us at our ages and what we’re doing. And so we just feel like the Lord’s really guiding us with everything that we’re doing and we just feel very thankful. – Read more at Variety.com

Lauren Alaina Reacts to ‘DWTS’ Changes and Dishes on New Album 10 Years After ‘American Idol’ (Exclusive) – Lauren Alaina’s time on Dancing With the Stars was exactly what she needed after a breakup — and the perfect inspiration for her upcoming EP, Getting Over Him, out Sept. 4. The 25-year-old country singer placed fourth in the dancing competition show last season and says being on the show was “such a blessing” after her split with John Crist. With the latest contestants officially announced on Wednesday, Alaina tells ET’s Rachel Smith that the celebs should “have fun, take pictures” and “connect with people” while “having a good time and making friends.” And, above all else, she notes to “celebrate yourself.” “I loved my hosts, but I also love Tyra Banks,” Alaina replies. “But my favorite part about Dancing With the Stars though was, hands down, Ally Brooke. She is an angel and has become one of my greatest friends. We all became a huge family but specifically her. She was just so kind and it was really fun to see this pop star girl just loving Jesus and making people banana bread every week. She’s a precious little cupcake.” – Read more at WKYC Studios

Britain’s Got Talent’s Ian Royce Dies from ‘Severe Pneumonia and Multiple Organ Failure’ – Ian Royce, a stand-up comedian best known as the warm-up act on Britain’s Got Talent, has died. His death was announced in a statement from his family shared on Twitter Tuesday, reading, “It is with our greatest regret that we have to tell you all that Ian has passed away today from severe pneumonia and multiple organ failure.” “He was in no pain and was surrounded by friends and family,” the statement continued. “He put up a good fight but is in a better place now.” In addition to his role on Britain’s Got Talent, Royce also worked as an audience warm-up for the U.K.’s The X Factor and Piers Morgan’s Life Stories. – Read more at People

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