Call Me Maybe gets the crowd excited.
Tim McGraw Duets ‘I Like It, I Love It’ With Scotty McCreery as Surprise in Charlotte – Tim McGraw had a special guest at the Charlotte, N.C. stop of his Brothers of the Sun Tour on Sunday, June 24. After performing alongside wife Faith Hill in Nashville on Saturday, he brought out local boy-done-good Scotty McCreery to sing the second verse of ‘I Like It, I Love It.’ To say that it was met with a resounding applause from the crowd would be putting it mildly. – Read more at Taste of Country
Backstage Crash With Adam Lambert
Marcus D successfully backstage crashes Adam Lambert’s dressing room at Alice’s Summerthing at Golden Gate Park – June 24, 20
Adam Lambert Extra – This month’s Pride issue of GCN is now available on our app and in print across the country with our cover star Adam Lambert talking openly about his journey as an openly gay popstar. We got some great stuff from Adam that we couldn’t quite squeeze into the final piece so below check out Adam talking in detail about his new album, Pharrell Williams and his loyal fanbase. Still not enough Adam? We’ll have a track-by-track review of Trespassing online on Monday! – Read more at GCN.ie
‘The Voice’: Cee Lo Green Concerns Bird Activists With Cockatoo Plans – The singer is being urged not to replace his season two mascot — a cat — with an endangered bird species out of fear that stress from the show could cause the bird to self-mutilate. Cee Lo Green’s plan to judge the third season of NBC’s The Voice accompanied by a cockatoo is drawing heat from an animal rights group concerned about the bird’s welfare. – Read more at The Hollywood Reporter
NBC Series Saved by Delayed Viewership – Negative reports about the performance of “Smash” generally took into account only how it had fared on the first nights that it was shown on NBC. As is now the case in prime time, however, a show’s true popularity can no longer be assessed by instant analysis. The first-place 18-49 ranking for “Smash” occurred in what is known as the “live+7” ratings, which include playback of recorded television shows over one week. On average, “Smash” added 2.5 million viewers over seven days of playback and averaged a 3.3 rating in the 18-49 category. No 10 p.m. network show did better in that category. Two CBS dramas, “Hawaii Five-O” and “C.S.I.,” each scored a 3.3 also.- Read more at The New York Times