Pia Toscano will perform on the Disney show So Random
Jordin Sparks appears on Majors & Minors, The Hub 10 pm
David Archuleta’s appears on Pandora Stars on Ice. NBC 4 pm
Stefano Langone will take part in the Hollywood Christmas Parade at 6pm More information HERE.
Snow White featuring Neil Patrick Harris and Glee Project runner-up, Lindsay Pearce preview performances today at the El Portal Theater in Los Angeles. The show is produced by Lythgoe Family Productions, Michael Orland from Idol is the musical director. The show opens on November 29th with a star-studded charity event and opens to the public on November 30th. More information HERE.
Pia Toscano announced in a twitter party last night that her 2nd single should be coming out late December or early January.
Scotty McCreery visits Dylan in the Hospital
Scotty visited a Children’s Hospital this week. Here’s his visit with Dylan.
Interview with Bo Bice from American Idol
On Tuesday, November 22, 2011, Suite101 chatted with American Idol Season 4 runner-up winner, the incomparable Bo Bice. An Alabama native, Bo opens up about his musical infleunces, his experiences on American Idol, his latest album 3, as well as his charities and future plans in music.
Bo Bice Shares his Influences
“I grew up on bands such as Lynyrd Skynyrd, the Allman Brothers Band and the Marshall Tucker Band, as well as Bob Seger and Charlie Daniels,” says Bo. “I’ve had a pretty eclectic overview of music. Jim Croce was also a big influence and one of my favorites,” Bo reveals.
Read more at Suite101
Vancouver’s Grey Cup parade gets Glee-full
Orange, black, blue and gold, and every other Canadian Football League colour were visible in downtown Vancouver as the Grey Cup Parade made its way through the streets Saturday morning.
Despite a heavy rain, thousands amassed along Burrard Street as dozens of floats and roughly 800 participants danced, drummed, drove and marched their way north toward the waterfront.
Marching at around fourth spot in the procession were some 50 Scouts Canada members from the Fraser Valley, carrying an enormous, round Canadian flag.
Read more at the Vancouver Sun