Jazmin Whitley on Pressure, Selena Gomez vs. Beyonce, Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson performs in Wheelchair, Win a VIP Rascal Flatts concert experience with Alyson Stoner, Brie Larson receives Teen Choice Award nomination, Sing It! starring Debby Ryan is now online, Fandango and NBC Olympics join forces
Quote of the Day:
“No pressure, no diamonds.”
It appears there is more to the story. When they rescheduled the Selena Gomez concert from Sunday to last night in Toronto it caused a rather interesting situation. It made Canadians choose who they liked more, Selena or Beyonce. Not only that but it put a toll on the downtown streets having two major shows occuring on the same night less than one mile away from each other!
3. Meghan Trainor – Thank You
15. Adele – 25
16. Justin Bieber – Purpose
26. Taylor Swift – 1989
30. Zayn – Mind Of Mine
36. Meghan Trainor – Title
55. Selena Gomez – Revival
58. Carrie Underwood – Storyteller
67. Adele – 21
75. DNCE – Swaay (EP)
85. Gwen Stefani – This Is What The Truth Feels Like
91. Shawn Mendes – Handwritten
94. One Direction – Made In The A.M.
104. Kelsea Ballerini – For The First Time
107. Ellie Goulding – Delirium
108. Days – Daya (EP)
109. Carrie Underwood – Greatest Hits: Decade #1
118. Rachel Platten – Wildlife
130. Demi Lovato – Confident
145. Taylor Swift – Red
160. Justin Timberlake – The 20/20 Experience (2 Of 2)
161. Bruno Mars – Unorthodox Jukebox
162. Kelly Clarkson – Piece By Piece
164. Ariana Grande – My Everything
169. Tori Kelly – Unbreakable Smile
190. OneRepublic – Native
199. Adele – 19
Last weekend, Little Mix’s Jesy Nelson tore a ligament during the groups performance at Malaysia. However, just a day later she returned to join the group in a wheelchair in Singapore. Watch a clip on Twitter.
Pringles just kicked off a new contest where you could win a VIP Rascal Flatts Concert Experience with Alyson Stoner. For more details, visit Offerpop.com.
Will Brie Larson continue her winning streak? The actress is up for a Teen Choice Award.
The new YouTube Red series, Sing It! starring Debby Ryan is online now.
NBC Olympics, preparing to broadcast thousands of hours of coverage from this summer’s upcoming Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and Fandango are joining forces for the first time on Fandango’s “I Love Movies: Rio Olympic Edition” digital video series. The debut kicks off a multi-month Olympic celebration of original programming on Fandango, leading up to NBC’s broadcast of the Opening Ceremony on August 5th, from Rio.
The first three episodes of the series, available for viewing now on Fandango Movieclips on YouTube and Fandango.com, feature Olympic swimmers Ryan Lochte, Missy Franklin and Matt Grevers, all of whom share their love of movies and the cherished film moments that have impacted their lives as athletes.
7:15pm CST – Charlie And The Chocolate Factory (Freeform)
A tale of the adventures of a poor boy and four bratty children, who win a tour of a mysterious chocolate factory. Their personal guide is the eccentric owner named Willy Wonka.
8pm CST – A Cinderella Story (Oxygen)
Pop princess Hilary Duff plays against type as a neglected high-school student who meets her prince at a Halloween ball.
8pm CST – Red Nose Day (NBC)
Comedy and music combine in the annual fund-raiser for programs that address the needs of children and young people living in poverty in the U.S. and internationally.
Canadian Tire Centre
Emblem3 and The Ready Set
House of Blues
The Altar Bar
The Summer Set
The Gramercy Theatre
New York, NY