Headlines: Post Malone, BTS perform NY Rockin Eve, Adam Lambert Toys for Tots

POST MALONE TO HEADLINE AMERICA’S MOST-WATCHED NEW YEAR’S EVE SPECIAL, ‘DICK CLARK’S NEW YEAR’S ROCKIN’ EVE WITH RYAN SEACREST 2020,’ LIVE FROM TIMES SQUARE – dick clark productions and ABC today announced that multiplatinum-selling artist Post Malone will join America’s most-watched New Year’s Eve special, “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2020,” with a headlining performance live from New York City’s Times Square, just minutes before the ball drops. Making his Times Square debut, Post Malone will be joined by additional performers BTS, Sam Hunt and Alanis Morissette, performing for the first time with the cast of the hit Broadway musical “Jagged Little Pill” for America’s biggest celebration of the year. Additionally, as part of the broadcast, presenting sponsor YouTube will take a look back at the biggest trends on YouTube from the past decade, plus make a surprise announcement. “Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest 2020” will broadcast LIVE on Tuesday, Dec. 31, beginning at 8:00 p.m. EST on ABC. – Read more at WDTVPress

Karson & Kennedy: Adam Lambert Talks Toys, Queen, and Singing In Front of Cher! – Adam Lambert joined us Saturday at the Northshore Mall to help K&K reach their goal of 10,000 toys and the Glamberts did not disappoint! – Watch the Video at Mix104.1

Former teen ‘Idol’ David Archuleta on Christmas in Tacoma and fighting the negativity in his head – It’s been more than a decade since David Archuleta won America’s heart if not the competition as the 2008 runner-up on “American Idol”. The 16-year-old Utah native was suddenly thrust into worldwide fame. Since then, there have been albums, world-wide tours and a two-year break while he served as a Mormon missionary. – Read more at The News Tribune

The Voice’s Katie Kadan, Ricky Duran, Rose Short and Jake Hoot ‘Had So Much Fun’ This Season – Contestants Katie Kadan, Ricky Duran, Rose Short and Jake Hoot have successfully managed to impress audiences across the country every week during season 17 of the hit singing competition. On Monday night, the final four contestants gave show-stopping performances once again. Each singer performed an original song, a holiday duet with their respective celebrity coach and one song of their choice. PEOPLE caught up with the finalists after the show and each musician opened up about their journey to the finale which airs live on Tuesday night. “It feels fantastic,” Kadan told PEOPLE after rocking the stage. “I feel so grateful and part of me says, ‘Katie you did it. You did it. Stop doubting yourself. Stop being so fearful.’” – Read more at People

Gwen Stefani and John Legend Say It’s Anyone’s Game to Win on The Voice

Blake Shelton and Kelly Clarkson Dish on the Big Voice Finale

Coaches Kelly, John, Blake and Gwen Share Their Craziest Road Stories – The Voice 2019 – Blake Shelton learned a lot about stage presence and style from Rascal Flatts, Gwen Stefani got to share the stage with Mick Jagger and more stories from the road with the coaches of The Voice.

Blake Shelton Teases ‘I Can’t Get A Word In’ As Kelly Quizzes Him On His Playlist – Kelly Clarkson presents Blake Shelton with his double platinum plaque for his hit album, “Fully Loaded: God’s Country,” and then they take part in a funny game, which ends up showcasing Blake’s diverse taste in music. Find out what Kelly told him about his eclectic playlists.

Jennifer Hudson Named Her Family Kitties After ‘Cats’ Characters – Jennifer Hudson reveals to Access Hollywood at the “Cats” premiere how intense the training was for her part in the film. Plus, the singer/actor gushes about returning to “The Voice” to perform “Memory.”

Behind the Scenes of ‘The Masked Singer’ Season 2 Finale – The soundstage where Masked Singer films is also home to American Idol, but the process to enter stage 46 is much more stringent than the other singing competition. For starters, audience members of all kinds — yes, including VIP guests and family members of the judges — must sign a comprehensive non-disclosure agreement. While the first season of the series filmed in relative secrecy, there was much more attention this time around. Security measures remained the same, though — in addition to the NDAs, celebs were escorted around set in masks and robes so they weren’t recognized, and only a handful of people on the production team knew each star’s identity. – Read more at Hollywood Reporter

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