Alex Moore on learning, Taylor Swift’s reverses female opinion, Tonight Alive premieres new song, Cardiknox lyric video, Alyson Stoner records new music, Aaron Carter StageIt show, Star Wars: The Force Awakens is still #1, Bridge of Spies coming to Blu-ray Feb. 2, Signorelli launches Spring Collection by Ashley Tisdale
Quote of the Day:
“We learn from failure, not from success.”
Interesting? Ellie Woodward has put together one fascinating writeup on Buzzfeed titled, How Taylor Swift Reversed Female Opinion To Become The Most Famous Pop Star In The World. She’s definitely on to some thing.
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Last night, BBC Radio 1 hosted the global premiere of Tonight Alive‘s new track, How Does It Feel. The single, is now available for purchase on iTunes and you can expect for the music video to drop soon.
In case you missed it last week, be sure to check out the single by Cardiknox, On My Way. In addition to the new music video, check out the lyric video. #onrepeat
Over the weekend, Alyson Stoner finished up her time in the studio with producer Rob Grimaldi. She kicked out five new songs!
Tomorrow, Aaron Carter will performing a special StageIt show, titled, Malibu Jam Session. As of press time there were only 48 tickets remaining.
It’s still #1, although The Revenant came within $3 million of taking dethroning Star Wars: The Force Awakens from the top position. Here’s a look at the Top 10 films at the Box Office this weekend according to Box Office Mojo.
1. Star Wars: The Force Awakens
2. The Revenant
3. Daddy’s Home
4. The Forest
6. The Hateful Eight
7. The Big Short
8. Alvin and the Chipmunks: The Road Chip
Steven Spielberg’s critically acclaimed spy thriller starring Tom Hanks Arrives on Blu-ray Combo Pack and Digital HD February 2nd.
Today, Signorelli launches their Spring Collection from their new Creative Director, Ashely Tisdale.
6pm CST – Mean Girls (ABC Family)
A down-to-earth student joins a snobby clique in an effort to spy on the popular kids, then begins to act like them.
7pm CST – The Bachelor (ABC)
Ben takes 10 ladies back to school where they battle to become homecoming queen. Later, Ice Cube and Kevin Hart show up on a date; singer Amos Lee performs for Ben and a lucky bachelorette; and six ladies visit L.A.’s “Love Lab” to see who is the best match for Ben.
8pm CST – Mean Girls 2 (ABC Family)
In this sequel to the 2004 feature film “Mean Girls,” a new student (Meaghan Martin) hopes to have a quiet senior year, but instead she dives into high-school drama by befriending a social outcast (Jennifer Stone) and defending her to the popular clique.