Tonight, Big Brother continues as the Final Five compete in the Head of Household competition, followed by nominations. Plus, will the houseguests press the big red button?
Sunday Night Football premieres for real on NBC. Carrie Underwood has returned to sing the theme song, “Waiting All Day for Sunday Night.” Check out the NEW opening intro at 8:30 on NBC. And then it’s The Colts vs The Broncos.
Carrie isn’t the only Idol alum singing TV theme songs. The new FOX reality show, UTOPIA, premieres tonight on FOX. Check in to hear the theme song–written and performed by American Idol season 5 alum Chris Daughtry. 8/7c pm.
Carrie Underwood Talks Sunday Night Football on Today
Watch the First 5 Minutes of Utopia – Includes Chris Daughtry’s Theme song
Heather Morris Opens Up About Upcoming Wedding, Son Elijah’s Latest Milestones: See Her Growing Boy – Heather Morris is keeping busy! The Glee actress opened up to Us Weekly about her upcoming nuptials to fiance Taylor Hubbell and her son Elijah’s latest milestones while attending the Gymboree and Eric Carle Collection Launch Event with her big boy in Santa Monica, Calif., on Friday, Sept. 5. Morris, 27, and Hubbell welcomed “Eli” (as she so lovingly calls him!) in September 2013 and got engaged last month. The star admits becoming a mother was a “life-altering change,” but planning the pair’s wedding has also been a special time in their lives. “It’s just more exciting between us. Just like the future plan was, we always wanted to get married,” the 27-year-old told Us. “We’ve been looking forward to having a huge, fun reception. – Read more at US Magazine
Teen cello stars competing on ‘America’s Got Talent’ bring pride to grandfather from Queens – They’re not your grandfather’s cello players — but they have their grandfather to thank for propelling them to stardom. Sibling cello sensations Emil and Dariel Liakhovetski have earned instant fame competing on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” — bringing tears to the eyes of their instructor grandfather who immigrated to Queens from the Soviet Union nearly 40 years ago, carrying a broken cello and a passion for music. “It’s been a big dream to see my boys play on stage,” proud gramps Leonid Rubanchik, 77, told the Daily News Saturday. “Sometimes when they’re playing I cry because my heart is being broken.” – Read more at The Daily News