Britney-Themed Glee Episode Is In The Works
Glee creator Ryan Murphy has confirmed to Entertainment Tonight that the show will feature a Britney Spears episode this fall similar to the Madonna-centric episode that aired in April
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Walmart and P&G Continue to Bring Back Family Movie Night with ‘The Jensen Project’ on NBC July 16th
CINCINNATI, July 9, 2010 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — Procter & Gamble and Walmart will premiere their second made-for-TV family movie, “The Jensen Project, ” on Friday, July 16, 2010 at 8/7c on NBC. The movie follows the highly-successful “Secrets of the Mountain, ” which aired in April and is the highest-rated Family Movie on broadcast TV of the last six months (watched by more than 7.5 million people). “The Jensen Project” will also feature a soundtrack produced by music mogul Randy Jackson that includes songs from artists such as Jordin Sparks, Brooke White and Alisan, Ilsey & Jordan.
Guy Sebastian Jordin Sparks Live Duets
Guy Sebastian is playing a handful of west coast dates this week, including special guest appearances to duet with Jordin Sparks, before returning to his homeland to gear up for his participation as a celebrity judge alongside Natalie Imbruglia and Ronan Keating on the new season of The X Factor.
The dates are in support of his debut U.S. album Like It Like That, of which he says, “I wrote the music on this album based on how I feel when I listen to the Otis Reddings and the Wilson Picketts of the world. I’ll put that music on and it always just lifts me and makes me feel great. Music is so powerful. It’s powerful enough on a personal level, without me trying to change the world, ” says Guy. “I just want to change someone’s ten minutes on the way to work.”
Guy will perform with Jordin tonight and tomorrow night. Check out the rest of his tour dates at the link.
Target price for Live Nation Entertainment stock is lowered significantly
The target price for Live Nation Entertainment stock, which trades under the symbol LYV, has been lowered by an influential financial analyst as concerns about show cancellations continue to swirl around the ticketing and concert promotions giant.
Just three weeks ago, Ben Mogil of investment bank Thomas Weisel Partners forecast Live Nation’s stock could reach $19.50 in the coming months, in part because the company expects a certain number of cancellations each season and is positioned to absorb them.
Bowersox heads for Jersey
When Crystal Bowersox placed second to 2010 American Idol Lee DeWyze in May, the earthy singer-songwriter didn’t feel a sense of loss.
“I left “American Idol’ just fine, ” Bowersox said while calling from Grand Rapids, Mich. “I didn’t care if I finished third or sixth.”
All that mattered to Bowersox was making the “American Idol” Top 12, which earns a spot on the “American Idols Live” tour, making tops on Saturday at the Trump Taj Mahal and July 20 at the Prudential Center in Newark.
Paula Says She Knows Who Should Replace Simon
Former “American Idol” judge Paula Abdul has an idea on Simon Cowell’s replacement, who left “Idol” to concentrate on his new show, “The X Factor.”
“I keep saying his mom, Julie, should be a judge because Simon came from her, ” Abdul laughed with “Extra” at the opening of the new L.A. salon Syndicate.
There is one Simon rumor she insists is true. “It’s the inevitable. Simon is going to be knighted. And he will make everyone call him ‘Sir.'”
Jane Lynch talks sexuality, Emmy for ‘Glee’
In a recent interview that took place before her Emmy nomination, Lynch talked with Reuters about her newfound fame, what an Emmy would mean to her, and getting the Outfest award from the gay and lesbian event, which starts Thursday.
Jane Lynch talks about her Emmy nod on the Tonight Show
Jane Lynch Steps Out with Wife for Outfest, Talks Emmy Nominations
Jane Lynch had a big day on Thursday and she shared it with her special someone. The whirlwind of excitement started in the wee hours of the morning when the “Glee” star received two Emmy nominations. She capped off the night by accepting the Outfest Achievement Award at the Orpheum Theatre in LA.ETOnline
‘So You Think You Can Dance Recap: This One Hurts
We should have seen it coming. After all, things looked too good to be true on this season of So You Think You Can Dance. Over the past six seasons, not once had we come so close to crowning a winner that was actually — gasp! — the best dancer in the crop of contestants. Yes, we’ve loved our champions of years past, but most, if not all, were crowned based more on their personality than the way they pointed their feet. But, for once, we had a contender that not only warmed our hearts, but also blew our minds. Say it with me, fellow SYTYCD fans: We had Alex Freaking Wong.
“So You Think You Can Dance”: A rising star falls
It’s sort of funny that after the strong emotions following Wednesday night’s performance show, all the dances and controversial feedback didn’t really make any difference on the week’s elimination. Well, not “funny, ” really. Ironic, maybe, but moreover, the results are a bummer.
It felt like Thursday’s show wanted to deliver some redemption, positive vibes and good news in response to some bitter emotions following Wednesday night’s show, starting off with a beautiful, somewhat melancholy and eerie group dance that seemed to take place in heaven, with Ade presiding as head angel.
Fantasia talks about her new album “Back To Me” (8/10) & upcoming tour
Allison Iraheta sings “Don’t Waste the Pretty at Q104 Cleveland
Vanessa Camozzi of DC HEELS interviews David Archuleta
Vanessa Camozzi interviews Davd Archuleta at “A Capitol 4th Rehearsals” about 4th of July celebrations and traditions, his performances, family, and new single “Something Bout’ Love”.