Jessica Sanchez is set to perform at the Circus Treme T Dance on March 31 in Palm Springs, CA. Click for more information.
Jessica Sanchez and Ne-Yo at Friday’s Video shoot.
Jessica and Ne-Yo shot a music video for their duet (and Jessica’s first single!) “Tonight” on Friday, March 1 in Los Angeles. Check out the photo below.
‘So You Think You Can Dance’ Winner Jeanine Mason Joins Fox’s ‘Delirium’ Pilot – Jeanine Mason has just tangoed her way into another role. “So You Think You Can Dance” Season 5 winner Mason has joined the cast of the Fox pilot “Delirium.” Mason, who most recently has appeared on ABC Family’s ballet dramedy “Bunheads,” has landed a role in “Delirium,” Fox’s upcoming pilot from Karyn Usher (“Bones,” “Touch”). The drama, which is based on a bestselling trilogy, is set in a world where love is deemed illegal and is able to be eradicated with a special procedure. – Read more at The Wrap
Jordin Sparks – Jordin Sparks Backs Schools Initiative – The No Air hitmaker joined Barack Obama’s wife in a visit to a learning facility in Chicago to encourage children to take up exercise as part of the Let’s Move! Active Schools scheme. Tennis star Serena Williams also turned out to support the event, and Sparks hopes the youngsters at the school felt inspired. – Read more at Contact Music
CRS Luncheon Features Morgan, Pickler, and Darling – A video of Kellie Pickler was shown to the crowd revealing a touching story about her father who, although incarcerated at the time, gave her a small radio as a birthday gift she treasured as a child. Pickler took the stage and performed new material including “Tough All Over,” a power ballad that oozed classic Country. Pickler expressed her excitement for finding a new home at Black River and closed with an up-tempo and full-on-attitude ditty called “Ring For Sale.” The audience was with her every step of the way. – Read more at Music Row
Even after ‘Idol,’ Pickler still singing her ‘little song’ – Dolly Parton. Loretta Lynn. Tammy Wynette. Patsy Cline. Kitty Wells. Kellie Picker grew up in North Carolina listening to those classic women of country music. So when Pickler got the opportunity to meet Dolly Parton for the first time, it was a big deal. “She’s very kind and it was really a great moment for me to meet someone that inspired me to pursue country music as a career,” said Pickler. – Read more at Times Hearald
Diana DeGarmo and Ace Young’s ‘Planet 360’ Premieres on Hallmark Movie Channel – The first couple of American Idol embark on a new adventure Friday as the hosts of Hallmark Movie Channel’s Planet 360. Diana DeGarmo and Ace Young, who have set their wedding date for June 1 after a live proposal on last year’s season finale of Idol, will anchor the new pop culture series. Planet 360 was formed when David McKenzie from Associated Television International approached DeGarmo and Young about hosting the new show. DeGarmo had just returned from the pre-Broadway engagement of the new musical Nerds in North Carolina and with one day’s notice, flew to Las Vegas to meet with Planet Hollywood founder Robert Earl at his hotel on the Strip, home base for the new series. – Read more at Hollywood Reporter
American Idol season ’10 winner croons to cupcakery customers, Bucknell students – DeWyze’s advice to aspiring musicians is to perform in public as much as possible. His philosophy was evident Friday afternoon when he played several songs at Stay Sweet Cupcakery on Market Street. The appearance came hours before he performed a private concert for Bucknell University students in Lewisburg. “Just play out as frequent as possible, be it a coffee shop or a large stage,” he said. “People seeing you is important. Get on as many stages as you can.” Fans at the shop were introduced to a live performance of “Who Would Have Known,” a track written for his wife that will appear in his upcoming second major-label album. The yet untitled album will be released in the next few months, he said. – Read more at newsitem.com
What Intimidates Ryan Seacrest on ‘American Idol’? – “I am giddy with excitement for us to do our live shows because it is what our program is about. It is those moments that are spontaneous, you don’t plan, and are unvarnished and raw,” he says. In other words, look for explosive debates from the diverse judging panel, which already has its fair share of rumored feuds. “I think you’ll see some serious, heated disagreements as the season goes on. I think that happens when you have strong personalities, whose job is to judge and give their perspective.” – Read more at Yahoo.com
‘Idol’ Host Ryan Seacrest Defends Nicki Minaj & Controversial Contestant Zoanette – When the public does start deciding, there’s one contestant whose fate is going to be very precarious: Miss Controversy herself, Zoanette Johnson. From her eccentric audition performance of “The Star Spangled Banner” to her Las Vegas rendition of “The Circle of Life” from The Lion King, Zoanette has been turning heads all season and causing many fans to wonder what the judges see in her confounding stage presence. Seacrest, however, sees why Zoanette is still around. “My take is that [her performance] was full of volume from the hair to the voice, and I didn’t forget about it,” he says. “The more you see her, she’s actually like this den mother with the contestants. They all hang out with her.” – Read more at Hollywood.com
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Adam Levine, Matthew Morrison Recording a Duet! – New collaboration coming up! Matthew Morrison and Adam Levine were spotted at Capitol Studios together Feb. 9, and a source tells Us Weekly they’re working on a duet. The Maroon 5 frontman, 33, and Glee star, 34, are recording a cover of “Luck Be a Lady,” the source tells Us. The song was written by Frank Loesser in 1950, and was featured in the musical Guys and Dolls. It also became one of Frank Sinatra’s signature hits. The new track will appear on Morrison’s upcoming album, which is under Levine’s label, 222 Records. – Read more at US Magazine