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December 2nd
Amber Montana - The Haunted Hathaways
Britney Spears
Charlie Puth
Nelly Furtado

December 3rd
Andy Grammer
Jake T. Austin

December 6th
Stefanie Scott

December 7th
Aaron Carter
Sara Bareilles

December 8th
Anna Sophia Robb
Ian Somerhalder - The Vampire Diaries
Ingrid Michaelson

December 11th
Hailee Steinfeld
Tiffany Alvord

December 13th
Taylor Swift

December 14th
Joshua Rush
Tori Kelly
Vanessa Hudgens

December 13th
Jake Hardy - Tonight Alive

December 17th
Kiersey Clemons

December 18th
Ashley Benson
Bridgit Mendler
Christina Aguilera
Sia

December 20th
JoJo

December 22nd
G. Hannelius - Dog With A Blog
Jordin Sparks
Meghan Trainor

December 25th
Jess Origliasso - The Veronicas
Lisa Origliasso - The Veronicas

December 26th
Chris Daughtry
Jade Thirlwall - Little Mix

December 27th
Hayley Williams - Paramore

December 28th
Emery Kelly - Forever In Your Mind
Nash Grier

December 29th
Ross Lynch

December 30th
Ellie Goulding

December 29th
Gabby Douglas
Joe McIntyre - New Kids On The Block


Megan Mace ponders the power of shapes, First look at Nickelodeon’s HALO Awards, Olivia Holt and Jordan Fisher at Backbooth, Doctor Strange remains #1, First Look at Life At These Speeds starring Stefanie Scott, Maddie and Mackenzie Ziegler heading to Australia

November 14th, 2016

Quote of the Day:

Why is chocolate so much better in shapes? Like regular Twix, eh. Santa Twix? YOU BET.

Megan Mace
Megan & Liz

Here’s a first look at the performances from the 2016 Nickelodeon HALO Awards at Basketball City – Pier 36 – South Street on November 11th. Pictured above: Jason Derulo, Daya, JoJo Siwa, and Hailee Steinfeld.

Olivia Holt and Jordan Fisher strike a pose in the photo booth at Backbooth in Orlando, FL. Jordan was in town to tape segments for the Walt Disney holiday specials.

Doctor Strange has another phenomenal week at the box office to retain the #1 spot. The $43 million earned help make 2016 the best year for Disney at the domestic box office. Here’s a look at the Top 10 earning films this weekend (November 11-13) according to Box Office Mojo.

1. Doctor Strange
2. Trolls
3. Arrival
4. Almost Christmas
5. Hacksaw Ridge
6. The Accountant
7. Shut In
8. Boo! A Madea Halloween
9. Jack Reacher: Never Go Back
10. Inferno

Content Media just released the poster art for Life At These Speeds starring Stefanie Scott. Click here to check out the trailer.

Maddie and Mackenzie Ziegler will be headed to Australia in 2017 to host workshops that will feature performances, Q&A sessions and a Meet and Greet. More details, coming soon.

6:05pm CST – Teen Beach 2 (Disney Channel)
Teen surfing sweethearts Brady and McKenzie are swept into the movie musical “Wet Side Story” when they crash beneath a wave. In the film, bikers and surfers battle for control of a local hangout, and Brady and McKenzie inadvertently alter the movie’s romantic storyline when a handsome surfer falls for McKenzie and a cute biker girl swoons for Brady.

7pm CST – Dancing with the Stars (ABC)
An elimination occurs after the tenth week of performances, which feature two dances from each couple, including a trio dance.

7pm CST – Kevin Can Wait: The Power of Positive (CBS)
Kevin takes a job as a bartender but he goes too far when he starts dispensing unsolicited advice to his customers.

7pm CST – The Voice: Live Top 12 Performances (NBC)
The Top 12 artists perform.

7:30pm CST – Night At The Museum: Battle Of The Smithsonian (Freeform)
This adventure comedy finds perpetual underdog Larry Daley getting quite a shock when his mantle as a late-night museum security guard is put to the test after the exhibits come to life once again and begin wreaking havoc. Determined to save the Smithsonian museum from destruction, Larry takes on a loose T. Rex, Attila the Hun and Roman gladiators eager to wage the epic battles of years gone by.

Tonight Alive
Playstation Theater
New York, NY

Review of Olivia Holt and Forever In Your Mind – Rise of the Phoenix Tour, A look at the Halo Awards Red Carpet featuring Hailee Seinfeld and Jason Derulo, Ashley Argota shopping spree at Outlets at the Dells, Billy Crystal awarded the Hollywood Icon Award

November 13th, 2016

Last night, Olivia Holt’s Rise of a Phoenix Tour paid of a visit to Backbooth in Orlando, FL.

An early highlight of the night was Forever In Your Mind who have not only been opening for Olivia this week, but making plenty of visits to Walt Disney World for their upcoming specials. Emery, Ricky and Liam definitely got things going quick and had the audience singing along instantly. Clearly their exposure on Disney Channel has gained them quite a few fans and they were ready to deliver.

Forever In Your Mind – Set list (23 minutes)

1. Enough About Me
2. Whenever
3. Compass
4. Whistle
5. Disney Channel Medley
6. Hurricane

Olivia opened her set with In The Dark featuring her three piece band with a backing vocalist providing a solid foundation – can you say drums were definitely up in the mix. You could tell this was going to be a night of live pop music with an edge (along with a hint audio stems in the mix). Of course, Olivia delivered vocally and did a decent job fronting the show.

Stand out tracks included Had Me @ Hello – the track that started it all, a cover of Cake By The Ocean – which loosened up the vibe and gave Olivia the opportunity to show a different side. The arrangement of Fearless was stripped of the heavy synth and was transformed into a total rocker – bang thy head! Thin Air had a groove that kept on growing and included Olivia giving thanks to the band (mini solos) and then she drops the name Jordan Fisher?!?! Yes, in the flesh! It was only about a minute, but seeing the two share the stage was the absolute peak of the night. She then finished with the anthemic, Phoenix, with the audience singing along in unison.

In the past, I’ve been really hard on shows where the headliners didn’t crack one hour. This show definitely deserves a pass based on the fact Olivia’s debut has 5 songs. In fact, I’d say she deserves a lot of credit for filling the time slot and making the tracks work so well together. Definitely worth the price of admission!

Olivia Holt – Set list (52 minutes)

1. In The Dark
2. History
3. Pick Up The Pieces
4. Had Me @ Hello
5. What You Love
6. The Lucky Ones
7. How You Want It
8. Cake By The Ocean by DNCE
9. I See Stars
10. Sad Song by We The Kings
11. Fearless
12. Something In The Way You Move by Ellie Goulding
13. Thin Air f/Jordan Fisher
14. Phoenix

Here’s a look at the Red Carpet at the taping of the Nickelodeon Halo Awards 2016. Pictured above: Hailee Seinfeld, Jason Derulo, Isabela Moner and JoJo Siwa.

Shop and Rock! In addition to performing at Outlets at The Dells, Ashley Argota accompanied a lucky winner on a $250 shopping spree. Also, here’s a look at her set list from last night.

Billy Crystal was awarded the Hollywood Icon Award at the annual Women’s Guild Cedars-Sinai Supper Club at The Beverly Hilton earlier this week. Jay Leno, presented the award to the Tony and Emmy Award-winning comedian, actor, producer, director and philanthropist.

The Women’s Guild Cedars-Sinai Annual Gala – a Los Angeles tradition – benefits the Women’s Guild Simulation Center for Advanced Clinical Skills, where high-tech patient simulators and next-generation technology provide critical training for health professionals.

10:30am CST – Step Up 3D (VH1)
A college freshman from NYU teams up with a gritty, tight-knit group of street dancers in hopes of winning a potentially life-altering competition against some of the world’s best hip-hop dancers.

12pm CST – Confessions Of A Shopaholic (E!)
A compulsive shopper drowning in debt manages to snag a job as an advice columnist for a financial magazine.

2:10pm CST – Finding Nemo (Freeform)
An overprotective clown fish named Marlin is desperate to find his missing son, Nemo. During his search, Marlin enlists the help of a forgetful blue tang, and they head for Sydney. It’s rumored that a fishnapped Nemo is living there in a dentist’s aquarium.

3pm CST – Alvin And The Chipmunks (Cartoon Network)
Chipmunk brothers Alvin, Simon and Theodore, with lovely (though high-pitched) singing voices, become pop sensations.

3:40pm CST – Wreck It Ralph (Disney Channel)
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.

4:40pm 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.

6:50pm CST – Aladdin (Freeform)
Robin Williams lends his voice to the genie in this charming, energetic musical based on the “Arabian Nights” tale. It’s the story of a street urchin who discovers a magic lamp. An Oscar-winner for Best Score and Original Song (“A Whole New World”). Other voices include Scott Weinger, Gilbert Gottfried and Linda Larkin.

7pm CST – K.C. Undercover: Trust No One (Disney Channel)
K.C. searches for a mole in the Organization when a mission gets compromised.

7pm CST – Once Upon a Time: I’ll Be Your Mirror (ABC)
Emma and Regina devise a plan to trap the Evil Queen. Meanwhile, Snow and David adapt to life apart; the Evil Queen poses as Regina to give Henry some bad advice; and Zelena and Aladdin try to help protect Belle and her unborn baby from Gold.

7:30pm CST – Mech-X4: Let’s Open the Monster Heart! (Disney Channel)
Ryan accesses a powerful laser to crack open a captive monster’s heart.

8pm CST – Bizaardvark: A Cautionary Tale (Disney Channel)
The girls make a silly video about a moose named Moosetashio.

Ingrid Michaelson and AJR
The Fillmore
Philadelphia, PA

Sabrina Carpenter
Pike Room
Pontiac, MI

Switchfoot & Relient K
Aztec Theater
San Antonio, TX

The Women in Entertainment Empowerment Network announce this years nominees, 1GN over? Kayli Robinson launches new website, DONALD: Junk Food Made Me Do It, Ashley Argota in Baraboo WI

November 12th, 2016

The Women in Entertainment Empowerment Network (WEEN) will present the Sixth Annual WEEN Awards on Wednesday, November 16th, and honor individuals who have raised global awareness for empowering women within their respective industries. This year’s honorees include:

Meagan Good (Actress) – Women’s Empowerment Award
Ethiopia Habtemariam (President of Motown Records) – Music Maverick Award
Lil’ Kim (Entertainer) – WEEN Icon Award
Geneva Reed-Veal (Mother of Sandra Bland) – Social Justice Award
Yara Shahidi (Actress) – TV & Film Empowerment Award
Dia Simms (President of Sean Combs Wines & Spirits) – Corporate Leadership Award
Teyana Taylor (Actress and Singer) – Mission Award
Elaine Welteroth (Editor, Teen Vogue) – Editorial Excellence Award

First their were five, then four, then three, and now it appears their are two… or none? On Thursday, 1GN’s Kayli Robinson posted on Instagram, “And just like that, it was over.” Yesterday, she launched her official website, KayliOfficial.com.

In other related 1GN news, former vocalist Lindsey Adamec released a Christmas single (with her husband Austin) yesterday titled, Welcome To The World You Made. Check out the lyric video on YouTube.

Mainstream Top 40 – MediaBase 24/7

1. The Chainsmokers – Closer f/Halsey
6. Bruno Mars – 24k Magic
7. Ariana Grande – Side To Side f/Nicki Minaj
10. Haine Seinfeld & Grey – Starving f/Zedd
11. Maroon 5 – Don’t Wanna Know f/K. Lamar
16. Niall Horan – This Time
17. Martin Garrix & Bebe Rexha – In The Name Of Love
18. Fifth Harmony – That’s My Girl
22. Shawn Mendes – Mercy
27. Ariana Grande – Into You
29. Zara Larsson – Ain’t My Fault
34. DNCE – Body Moves
37. OneRepublic – Kids
39. Jordan Fisher – Looking’ Like That

Coming next month! Bebe Rexha will release her next single, I Got You to hit radio.

Artist Donald Robertson celebrated the launch of DONALD: Junk Food Made Me Do It on Thursday night at their flagship store in Venice, CA! Donald mingled with fans and painted custom shirts for guests as they shopped the limited-edition styles. The DONALD: Junk Food Made Me Do It collection include t-shirts, raglans, tanks for men, women, kids, toddlers, and onesies for infants, emblazoned with the artist’s signature illustrations.

Tonight at 7pm, Ashley Argota will perform at the 2nd Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Event at Outlets at The Dells in Baraboo, WI. Also, you can top by an get an autograph from Ashley 5-5:45pm. For more info, visit wisdells.com.

8:30am CST – The Smurfs (Freeform)
The Smurfs take an unexpected trip through a portal and land in the middle of New York City, and they must find their way home before their archnemesis Gargamel (Hank Azaria) tracks them down.

10am CST – The Sandlot (MTV)
In 1962, a new kid (Tom Guiry) sets out to join the neighborhood baseball team. Benjamin: Mike Vitar. Ham: Patrick Renna. Squints: Chauncey Leopardi. Yeah-Yeah: Marty York. Kenny: Brandon Adams. Mom: Karen Allen. Mr. Mertle: James Earl Jones.

12:30pm CST – Freedom Writers (VH1)
A fact-based story about an idealistic teacher at a tough high school in California who tries to inspire her troubled students through journal writing.

2:40pm CST – Wall•E (Freeform)
Oscar-winning CGI-animated delight, set on a wasteland Earth circa 2800, where the last robot on the planet, a centuries-old trash compactor named WALL-E, romances a sleek, high-tech android.

3pm CST – D2: The Mighty Ducks (MTV)
This sequel finds the kids’ hockey team traveling to L.A. to play in the Junior Goodwill Games. Emilio Estevez, Kathryn Erbe. Tibbles: Michael Tucker. Wolf: Carsten Norgaard. Charlie: Joshua Jackson. Fulton: Elden Ryan Ratliff. Goldberg: Shaun Weiss.

4:50pm CST – Finding Nemo (Freeform)
An overprotective clown fish named Marlin is desperate to find his missing son, Nemo. During his search, Marlin enlists the help of a forgetful blue tang, and they head for Sydney. It’s rumored that a fishnapped Nemo is living there in a dentist’s aquarium.

5:40pm CST – Wreck It Ralph (Disney Channel)
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.

7:20pm 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.

8pm CST – The Proposal (VH1)
A tough, demanding businesswoman discovers that she’s about to be deported back to Canada, forcing her to rush into a marriage of convenience with her young assistant in order to stay in the U.S. But the ruse becomes even more complicated when the two must visit his family in Alaska while posing as a couple.

9:30am CST – Aladdin (Freeform)
Robin Williams lends his voice to the genie in this charming, energetic musical based on the “Arabian Nights” tale. It’s the story of a street urchin who discovers a magic lamp. An Oscar-winner for Best Score and Original Song (“A Whole New World”). Other voices include Scott Weinger, Gilbert Gottfried and Linda Larkin.

9:30pm CST – Confessions Of A Shopaholic (E!)
A compulsive shopper drowning in debt manages to snag a job as an advice columnist for a financial magazine.

Megan & Liz
Bourbon Theater
Lincoln, NE

Olivia Holt
Culture Room
Fort Lauderdale, FL

Sabrina Carpenter
Deluxe at Old National Centre
Indianapolis, IN

Tonight Alive
The Fillmore
Philadelphia, PA

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