Stefanie Scott on what the world needs, Demi Lovato on SNL, Entertainment Weekly covers Aaron Carter’s How I Beat Shaq, The Tragic Thrills Indiegogo, Doll Skin to release debut EP, The Martian remains at #1
Quote of the Day:
“Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.”
In addition to releasing her album this week, Demi Lovato will also be making her first appearance on Saturday Night Live. So will she just be performing or will we see the return of Sonny Munroe?
Flo Rida – My House
Rachel Platten – Stand By You
Fifteen years ago, Aaron Carter released his single That’s How I Beat Shaq. Entertainment Weekly has the details on how the little prince of pop was able to get one of the biggest basketball stars to appear in his music video.
The Tragic Thrills (f. Zach Porter) have launched a campaign on Indiegogo to raise funds for their 2nd full-length album. Perks include a Digital Download ($15), a Physical copy of the album ($20), as well as upper end options that include an album credit and private party.
On October 30th, the teen glitter-punk act Doll Skin will release their debut EP In Your Face on EMP Records, Founded By Megadeth’s David Ellefson and Distributed by MRI/RED. The group formed in Arizona in 2013 when vocalist Sydney Dolezal (15), guitarist Alex Snowden (16), bassist Nicole Rich (17), and drummer Meghan Herring (19) met while attending the Scottsdale School of Rock.
Over the weekend, The Martian was the #1 film after earning $37 million. Here are the top ten films this weekend according to Box Office Mojo.
1. The Martian
2. Hotel Transylvania 2
4. The Intern
6. Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials
7. The Walk
8. Black Mass
10. The Visit
6pm CST – Liar, Liar, Vampire (Nickelodeon)
A shy teen is mistaken for a vampire when he attends a new school, and he goes along with it because it gives him newfound popularity.
7pm CST – Dancing with the Stars (ABC)
An elimination occurs after the fifth week of performances, during which the dance pairings switched.
7pm CST – The Voice: The Battles Premiere (NBC)
The battle round kicks off, featuring advisers Brad Paisley, John Fogerty, Missy Elliott and Selena Gomez.
7pm CST – Switched at Birth: The Accommodations of Desire (ABC Family)
Bay debates whether she’s ready for a relationship with Garrett; Daphne’s communication with Quinn starts to affect her relationship with Mingo; and John and Kathryn explore new financial opportunities. Meanwhile, Toby and Lily prepare to become parents.
7:05pm CST – Invisible Sister (Disney Channel)
A science prodigy’s class experiment accidentally turns her older sister invisible. The sisters then race against the clock on Halloween to find an antidote to reverse the invisibility before it becomes permanent.
Frank Erwin Center
Twenty One Pilots and Echosmith