Headlines: Scarypoolparty Reschedules Europe Tour, Singalong with Disney

Be Our Guest for an Unforgettable Night of Music on ‘The Disney Family Singalong,’ Thursday, April 16, at 8:00 P.M. on ABC – Celebrating family, music and the love of all things Disney, Ryan Seacrest hosts a magical one-hour television special, “The Disney Family Singalong,” airing THURSDAY, APRIL 16 (8:00-9:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. The nationwide singalong event will feature celebrities with their families as they take on their favorite Disney tunes from their homes. Special guests confirmed for remote performances and appearances include Christina Aguilera, Erin Andrews, Bobby Bones, Michael Bublé, Kristin Chenoweth, Auli?i Cravalho, Luke Evans, Jordan Fisher, Josh Gad, Derek Hough, Julianne Hough, Carrie Ann Inaba, Little Big Town, Kenny Ortega, Donny Osmond, Thomas Rhett, Amber Riley, John Stamos, and many more from across The Walt Disney Company portfolio, including Walt Disney Studios, Walt Disney Television, Disney Music Group, Disney Theatrical Productions and beyond. Additional guests and performances to be announced soon. – Read more at WDTVPress.com

Alejandro Aranda Sets New European Tour Dates

Alejandro canceled his spring European tour due to coronavirus concerns. The new dates are set for December 2020.

Christina Grimmie Her Voice Lives on in BF’s New Single – The boyfriend of former ‘Voice’ star Christina Grimmie — who was shot and killed nearly 4 years ago — is keeping her memory alive with a new song featuring her. Stephen Rezza just dropped “Hard Mode” … and we’re told he got her family’s okay to sample Christina for the track. Best of all for Christina’s fans — this is just the first of many new songs with her angelic voice. Rezza’s dropping a full album of his orchestral pop later this year, which is titled, “Songs for Christina.” That’s appropriate because every single track on it will feature either her vocals, her old music, or even voicemails from her. – Read more at TMZ

Catching Up With Laine Hardy, Season 18 ‘American Idol’ Winner – The 19-year-old Season 18 (2019) winner of American Idol says he’s spent the last 11 months working through the baby steps a new artist must work through in Nashville to earn the trust and respect of his peers. “I saved that money,” he admits of the prize money an American Idol winner gets. “I’m using it for recording and necessary things. I used my own money from playing shows in 2017 and 18 to buy a brand new truck and a used boat.” While he remembers being terrified as co-writes with Clint Lagerberg (“Blue Ain’t Your Color”) and Cary Barlowe (“Raised on Country,” “Where It’s At”) started, he also recalls feeling could high afterward, and he wears this confidence on his face as he talks about some of the output. – Read more at Taste of Country

‘Songland’ Judges Face Season 2 Like They’re ‘Coming Off a Hit Record’ – “This is a total step up,” Ryan Tedder says of the impending return of “Songland” on NBC April 13. “It’s like ‘The Office’ Season 2 versus ‘The Office’ Season 1. You figure out what you’re doing. You figure out what the characters are.” And success had bred confidence. “The panel came back in like they were (coming) off a hit record,” says executive producer Dave Stewart, of Eurythmics fame. “I think that’s the thing that’s been so heartening about this show: several [contestants] have gotten publishing deals and cuts with other artists,” Morrissey says. – Read more at Variety

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