Tonight’s Saturday Night Live features Amy Schumer as guest host and music guests, The Weeknd. 11:30 ET NBC
Lauren Alaina announces via Twitter that she has to cancel radio shows she had scheduled over the weekend, due to vocal issues. She says not to worry…she’ll be fine in a few days. It’s not like when she had to go under the knife to correct serious problems she was having.
The Very Last EVER American Idol Judges Round Auditions are this weekend in San Francisco
— Ryan Seacrest (@RyanSeacrest) October 10, 2015
Also, The Voice 10 Battle Rounds, with Christina Aguilera, Blake Shelton, Adam Levine and Pharrell Williams are starting filming in Hollywood.
Jordin Sparks to Join DIVAS Simply Singing! 25th Anniversary Gala – Actor and Activist Sheryl Lee Ralph announced the addition of Jordin Sparks to the 25th Annual DIVAS Simply Singing! gala on Saturday, October 24, 2015 at 7PM at the Ricardo Montalbán Theatre in Hollywood. – Read more at PR.com
The Mothership: ‘The Walking Dead’ with Justin Guarini – American Idol alum Justin Guarini gets his nerd on with USA TODAY’s Kelly Lawler (@klawls), Brett Molina (@brettmolina23), Carly Mallenbaum (@ThatGirlCarly) and Brian Truitt (@briantruitt) for a very special episode of our weekly nerdy podcast. Zombie fan Guarini joins us to talk about The Walking Dead’s upcoming season, and what we’ve loved (and not so much loved) about the show in the past. – Listen to the Interview at USA Today
Jimmy Iovine Says Apple Music Has ‘Stuff We Really Have to Work On,’ Blasts Freemium Services – Jimmy Iovine’s inability to bull—t in interviews was made abundantly clear on Wednesday during a discussion at the Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit in San Francisco, where the music industry veteran pounced on freemium services like Spotify (“It’s a shell game”), artist apathy towards albums and that letter from Taylor Swift (“It was unbelievable”). And although he tried mightily to prevent it, his loose lips managed to admit there are “issues” being worked on at Apple Music.
“I can tell you I wouldn’t be here if it wasn’t going really well,” he said during the chat, which also included HBO CEO Richard Plepler. “We have a couple of issues, some stuff we really have to work on, but we’re three months old. When you work at Apple, everything you do is [scrutinized].” – Read more at Billboard