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January 1st
Noah Sierota - Echosmith

January 6th

January 9th
AJ McLean - Backstreet Boys
Ashley Argota - The Fosters
Nina Dobrev

January 11th
Cody Simpson

January 12th
Ella Henderson
Zayn Malik

January 13th
Liam Hemsworth

January 14th
Dan Schneider

January 15th
Dove Cameron

January 18th
Karan Brar

January 19th
Cam Adler - Tonight Alive
Logan Lerman

January 21st
Booboo Stewart
Toby McDonough - Before You Exit

January 22nd
Ricky Garcia - Forever In Your Mind

January 23rd
Rachel Crow

January 24th
Dylan Riley Snyder

January 25th
Alicia Keys
Robert Ochoa

January 28th
Ariel Winter
Calum Worthy
Nick Carter - Backstreet Boys
Sammi Sanchez

January 31st
Justin Timberlake

New interview! With the 2nd Annual Young Entertainer Awards taking place tomorrow, I spoke with the President of YEA, Ali Wiener-Dallas. Find out how this new awards show came together, the incredible lineup that will be performing tomorrow, how you can watch it, and a little bit about her background in the business… hint: Hollywood Records. To listen, click here.

Mainstream Top 40 – MediaBase 24/7

1. Ed Sheeran – Shape Of You
2. Zayn/Taylor Swift – I Don’t Wanna Live Forever
5. The Chainsmokers – Paris
6. Shawn Mendes – Mercy
7. Bruno Mars – That’s What I Like
12. Kygo X Selena Gomez – It Ain’t Me
16. The Chainsmokers & Coldplay – Something Just Like This
17. Ariana Grande – Everyday f/Future
18. Zedd & Alessia Cara – Stay
21. Noah Cyrus – Make Me (Cry) f/Labrinth
22. Lorde – Green Light
25. Adele – Water Under The Bridge
27. Sabrina Carpenter – Thumbs
29. Bebe Rexha – I Got You
39. AJR – Weak

Sabrina Carpenter just continues to work her way up the charts. This past week, Thumbs and additional 120 spins to move the single to #27.

Tinashe’s new single, Flame was just selected for Apple Music’s Best Of The Week soundtrack.

You can never get enough of this story! According to the early estimates, it’s looking as if Beauty and the Beast could earn as much as $165 million dollars this weekend at the Box Office. There’s even a chance it could break the record for best March opening ever, which is held by Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice ($166 million).

Musicians, artists and influencers celebrated the launch of the Bravado collaboration with Sami Miro at Surplus by Bravado Thursday evening at SXSW. Surplus by Bravado took over the front space of the Music is Universal Showcase at iconic nightclub, Antone’s and showcased vintage fashion designer/curator Sami Miro’s limited edition collection of artist inspired apparel.

A rising designer among music and fashion insiders with fans including Selena Gomez, Kendall Jenner, Hailee Steinfeld and Gigi Hadid, Miro designed a collection consisting of elevated and deconstructed takes on the iconic army jacket.  Each piece in the collection features her signature designs including rectangular denim patchs and vintage inspired raw hems.

8:25am CST – Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (Freeform)
Walt Disney’s pioneering first feature-length animated film, based on the Grimm tale about a princess, seven dwarves, a jealous queen with a poisoned apple and Prince Charming.

9am CST – Pirates Of The Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (TNT)
Flamboyant seafarer Jack Sparrow is lured onto Blackbeard’s ship by an enigmatic siren and forced to seek out the Fountain of Youth. With shambling zombies on deck and gorgeous mermaids beckoning sailors into the icy waters below, Sparrow has his work cut out for him.

10:25am CST – How to Train Your Dragon (Freeform)
A misfit Viking teen befriends a dragon, despite his tribe’s tradition of dragon slaying, in this adaptation of the children’s fantasy book by Cressida Cowell.

11am CST – The Pacifier (TBS)
An all-business Navy SEAL is assigned to protect a woman and her five unruly kids.

1pm CST – Night At The Museum: Secret Of The Tomb (TBS)
Larry and his historical friends take a trip to London to save the magic that brings the museum to life.

5pm CST – Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (Cartoon Network)
Larry and his historical friends take a trip to London to save the magic that brings the museum to life.

6:45pm CST – Spicdable Me (Freeform)
An elite supervillain tries to steal the moon from the sky using his vast weaponry and an army of minions, but his evil machinations are undermined by three orphaned girls who see him as a father figure, despite his diabolical intentions.

7pm CST – Henry Danger: Space Invaders, Part 2 (Nickelodeon)
Conclusion. Captain Man and Kid Danger discover a little girl is the one who’s taken the astronauts hostage, and they decide to help her after they realize the astronauts are doing experiments on bunnies.

7:30pm CST – Game Shakers: Air TNP (Nickelodeon)
A new Game Shakers game is sabotaged by a virus, and the kids must find a way to undo the damage.

8pm CST – Nicky, Ricky, Dicky & Dawn: What’s the Worst That Quad Happen? (Nickelodeon)
The kids have to be on their best behavior for two days and resist opening a mysterious present, and they quickly find out how badly things can go if they don’t follow the rules.

8:30pm CST – The After Party: Corn Munchers (Nickelodeon)
The series premiere of a show in which cast members from various Nickelodeon series play games, share secrets and recap episodes.

8:50pm CST – Wreck It Ralph (Freeform)
A video-game villain attempts to change his image by participating in a first-person-shooter game, but in the process, he wreaks havoc in his virtual universe by freeing an evildoer who can only be defeated with the help of an unlikely ally.

Etihad Stadium
Melbourne, Australia

Florida AIDS Walk & Music Festival
Fort Lauderdale, FL

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