Jenna McDougall gets a rush working on new album, Radio Disney to launch Radio Disney Country, Peyton List performs with Ingrid Michaelson, Cinderella coming on Blu-ray, First look at Big Game, Alyson Stoner to teach Hip Hop Workshop
Quote of the Day:
“Getting rush after rush recording this album! I took a leaf out of Robert Plants wailing book today & literally felt the endorphins release.”
Mainstream Top 40 – MediaBase 24/7
2. Jason Derulo – Want To Want Me
3. Walk The Moon – Shut Up And Dance
4. Taylor Swift – Bad Blood
8. Fifth Harmony – Worth It f/Kid Ink
13. Ellie Goulding – Love Me Like You Do
16. Echosmith – Bright
18. Nick Jonas – Chains
26. Ariana Grande – One Last Time
28. Carly Rae Jepsen – I Really Like You
32. Rachel Platten – Fight Song
35. Shawn Mendes – Stitches
38. Meghan Trainor – Dear Future Husband
Radio Disney announced that it is launching Radio Disney Country. The channel will launch in November on the Radio Disney App as well as other third party digital platforms.
Check it out! Peyton List is currently featured at People.com for her performance with Ingrid Michaelson on Thursday night.
Disney’s beloved and empowering fairytale told in a new beautiful way, Cinderella, arrives on Blu-ray Combo Pack, Digital HD and Disney Movies Anywhere September 15th! The bonus features include over 12 minutes of additional scenes, the Frozen Fever theatrical short and more!
Here’s a first look at the film, Big Game, starring Samuel L. Jackson and Onni Tommila. Check it out in theaters on June 26th.
One week from today, Alyson Stoner will be teaching a hip hop workshop at Millennium Dance Complex in Hollywood, CA. The cost is $80 for the four hour session (3 hours dancing, 1 Q&A).
7am CST – National Treasure (ABC Family)
A modern-day fortune hunter (Nicolas Cage) races to find an ancient treasure hidden by the Founding Fathers.
8am CST – Legally Blonde 2: Red, White & Blonde (MTV)
Perky lawyer Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon) goes to Washington, D.C., to persuade a congresswoman to back an animal-rights bill.
10am CST – Legally Blonde (MTV)
Breezy comedy with Reese Witherspoon as a ditzy blonde who decides to attend Harvard Law School when her snobby boyfriend dumps her for a more “appropriate” woman.
10am CST – National Treasure: Book Of Secrets (ABC Family)
Nicolas Cage is off on another treasure hunt in this sequel involving a missing page from John Wilkes Booth’s diary, which leads to a globe-trotting race to find an ancient city of gold.
1pm CST – Selena (E!)
Affectionate biography of slain Tejano singer Selena (Jennifer Lopez), who was gunned down by an assistant at the height of her popularity.
2:30pm CST – Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 1 (ABC Family)
Harry Potter and his friends embark on a dangerous mission to find and destroy the magical artifacts that allow Voldemort to maintain his immortality, while Voldemort’s followers continue to take over the wizard community.
6pm CST – Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2 (ABC Family)
War rages as Harry Potter attempts to destroy the last remaining pieces of Voldemort’s soul and defeat the villain once and for all. In the process, however, Harry may have to make the ultimate sacrifice.
6:30pm CST – Enchanted (Disney Channel)
Delightful musical-comedy about a princess dispatched from her fairy-tale realm by an evil queen and resurfacing in modern-day Manhattan. She meets a divorced lawyer who takes her in while she awaits the arrival of her Prince Charming.
8pm CST – Space Jam (VH1)
Basketball’s Michael Jordan teams up with Bugs Bunny (voice of Billy West) in this sunny blend of animation and live action about aliens plotting to kidnap Bugs for their failing theme park, Moron Mountain.
9pm CST – The Hunger Games (ABC Family)
After her younger sister is chosen to take part, 16-year-old Katniss Everdeen volunteers to compete in her place in a cruel televised tournament in which 24 teenagers from a postapocalyptic society fight to the death for the entertainment of the masses in a competition known as the “Hunger Games,” which are broadcast across the nation as entertainment, and to reinforce the government’s total power.
West Hollywood Park
West Hollywood, CA
Capitol Concert Stage