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BIRTHDAYS

May 1st
Nicholas Braun

May 2nd
Dwayne Johnson

May 3rd
Celeste Buckingham Jai Brooks - The Janoskians
Luke Brooks - The Janoskians
TC Carter

May 4th
Dalton Weeks - Panic At The Disco
Danny Wilkon - Rixton

May 5th
Adele
Danielle Fishel - Girl Meets World
Johnny Gray - Max and Shred

May 6th
Tiera Skovbye - Liar, Liar Vampire

May 7th
Alexander Ludwig - The Hunger Games

May 8th
Ana Mulvoy-Ten - House of Anubis

May 9th
Noah Centineo - The Fosters

May 10th
Halston Sage - Goosebumps
Lindsey Shaw - Pretty Little Liars

May 12th
Brandon Hudson - The Heirs
Luke Benward
Tony Hawk

May 13th
Debby Ryan

May 14th
Miranda Cosgrove
Olly Murs

May 16th
Kirstin Maldonado - Pentatonix
The Maze Runner

May 17th
Ryan Ochoa

May 18th
Megan Goodman - The Haunted Hathaways

May 19th
Sam Smith

May 20th
Peyton Clark - I Didn’t Do It
Rachel Platten

May 24thth
Cole Sand - Austin & Ally

May 25th
Brec Bassinger - Bella & The Bulldogs
Chloe Lukasiak - Dance Moms
Elle Flower

March 26th
Brandi Cyrus

May 28th
Cameron Boyce - Descendants
Colbie Caillat

May 29th
Gregg Sulkin
Kaycee Stroh - High School Musical

May 30th
Idina Menzel
Jake Short
Sean Gilabrone - The Goldbergs

May 31st
Normani Hamilton - Fifth Harmony

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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

May 26th, 2016

Quote of the Day:

No pressure, no diamonds.

Jazmin Whitley

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.

Carrie Underwood
Canadian Tire Centre
Ottawa, Canada

Emblem3 and The Ready Set
House of Blues
Boston, MA

Jacob Whitesides
The Altar Bar
Pittsburgh, PA

The Summer Set
The Gramercy Theatre
New York, NY

Debby Ryan shares an emotional moment, Little Mix announces new single, Selena Gomez previews new music, Megan and Liz in International Songwriting Competition, The House On Cliff video premieres video via New Noise Magazine, Jessie James Decker announces new shows, Dylan Riley Snyder at Spring Fever Festival, Jesse McCartney visits Disneyland

April 12th, 2016

Quote of the Day:

When you sit and read Shel Silverstein to your friend’s godkids and can’t sort your tears. No you guys go play outside I’ll just be a minute.

Debby Ryan

Little Mix has announced that they’ll be releasing the song Hair as their next single.

Over the weekend, Selena Gomez posted a video on Snapchat of her singling along to a new song. You can watch a replay via Instagram.

Vote! The song, Like I Would from the 2012 Megan & Liz release, Bad For Me, is a finalist in the International Songwriting Competition’s People’s Voice 2015. Anybody else remember this song getting any press from anyone? The song ranked #1 in the Best Song (Not A Single) category on T2’s Best of 2012 picks. Please head on over to radioairplay.com, click on the section ‘Country’ and vote for Like I Would.

New Noise Magazine is hosting the video premiere of Skin & Bones (mature lyrics) by The House On Cliff. The song is the title track from their upcoming EP, being released on April 26th. As always, I highly recommend checking out this act. The chemistry and talent of this band is phenomenal (and I cannot get enough of the guitar work by Charles Coleman).

Just over a week ago Jessie James Decker wrapped up her Lights Down Low Tour and it appears she’s gearing up to do plenty more shows. Here’s a look at some new dates just announced with some will know performers.

4/22 Cedar Park, TX w/ The Band Perry
5/6 Orlando, FL w/ Hunter Hayes & LOCASH
7/15 Chicago, IL w/ Chase Rise & Phil Vassar
7/16 Lafayette, IN w/ Kansas
8/6 Blue Ash, OH w/ Brad Paisley & Tyler Farr

Milton Krupnick rocks! On Sunday, Dylan Riley Synder (Kickin’ It) made his music debut headlining the Spring Fever Festival in Los Angeles, CA. Guests at the event included: Autumn Wendel (Every Witch Way), Danika Yarosh (Heroes Reborn), Lilimar (Bella and the Bulldogs), Madisen Beaty (The Fosters), Paris Smith (Every Witch Way), and Sammi Hanratty.

Your never too old for the Happiest Place On Earth! Yesterday, Jesse McCartney (center) was joined by his friends to celebrate his birthday at Disneyland.

5:45pm CST – Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix (Freeform)
Harry and his friends form a group called “Dumbledore’s Army” to defend themselves against the Dark Arts during their fifth year at Hogwarts.

7pm CST – Dance Moms: JoJo Steals the Show (Lifetime)
Enhanced episode includes additional dance footage. Abby welcomes back ALDC Pittsburgh veteran, Sarah, to dance with the team, but tempers flare when her mother calls Jess’ loyalty into question. Meanwhile, Abby pulls Kendall and Maddie’s duet.

7pm CST – Radio Rebel (Disney Channel)
A shy high-school junior hosts a nightly podcast as the anonymous Radio Rebel to showcase her passion for music and to encourage students to celebrate each person’s uniqueness.

7pm CST – The Voice: The Live Playoffs, Night 2 (NBC)
The playoff round continues with the remaining Top 20 performing.

8pm CST – Dance Moms: Melissa’s Announcement (Lifetime)
Abby’s world is shattered when Melissa makes an announcement that will change the ALDC forever. Later, the girls compete against three tri

8pm CST – Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Paradise Lost (ABC)
S.H.I.E.L.D. tries to learn more about a dangerous new enemy and a secret from Malick’s past surfaces and threatens his Hydra legacy.

Shaylen Carroll – Life is so so good, Cimorelli at Click Play Fest, Peyton List gets ready for the holiday, Debby Ryan to executive produce Jessica Darling’s It List

November 22nd, 2015

Quote of the Day:

Life is so so good.

Shaylen Carroll

Last night Cimorelli performed at Click Play Fest, An Annual Social Media Festival in Manila, Philippines.

Mainstream Top 40 – MediaBase 24/7

1. Shawn Mendes – Stitches
2. Adele – Hello
4. Taylor Swift – Wildest Dreams
6. Ellie Goulding – On My Mind
7. Selena Gomez – Same Old Love
10. Justin Bieber – What Do You Mean?
11. Justin Bieber – Sorry
12. Meghan Trainor – Like I’m Gonna Lose You
14. Demi Lovato – Confident
15. Ariana Grande – Focus
18. One Direction – Drag Me Down
20. Daya – Hide Away
24. 5 Seconds Of Summer – Hey Everybody
25. DNCE – Cake By The Ocean
26. Gwen Stefani – Used To Love You
29. Demi Lovato – Cool For The Summer

So how is Peyton List getting ready for The Holidays? Find out at Teen Vogue.

The Wrap has details on the upcoming movie Jessica Darling’s It List by MarVista Entertainment (Radio Rebel, 16 Wishes). The project will be Executive Produced by Debby Ryan and feature YouTube Makeover Icon Blair Fowler.

8am CST –Pocahontas (ABC Family)
A young native American girl falls in love with an English colonist and prevents a war in this animated musical.

10am CST – Diary Of A Wimpy Kid: Rodrick Rules (Disney Channel)
Greg Heffley must contend with the bullying of his brother while navigating the ups and downs of seventh grade.

10am CST – Home Alone: The Holiday Heist (ABC Family)
Fearing his family’s new house is haunted, a boy sets out to trap a ghost. However, while his parents are stuck in another part of town, he and his sister discover that his traps have caught a trio of thieves instead.

1pm CST – Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs (Nickelodeon)
An inventor and a weather-reporter intern try to discover why the sky is raining food instead of water in this adaptation of the children’s book by Ron and Judi Barrett.

1:30pm CST – The Odd Life Of Timothy Green (Lifetime)
A couple unexpectedly become parents when their hopes for a child give birth to a curious young boy who magically emerges from their garden.

4pm CST – The Parent Trap (ABC Family)
Remake of the 1961 Disney comedy about separated identical twins who meet at camp, change places and hatch a plot to reunite their divorced parents. In this version, one twin is from California and the other is from London. Lindsay Lohan makes her film debut as twins Hallie and Annie.

4:10pm CST – Toy Story 3 (Disney Channel)
When Andy leaves for college, Woody, Buzz and the rest of his toys end up in a day-care center. There, the gang plots a daring escape with the help of some new friends. But some of the toys aren’t quite what they seem.

5pm CST – Live From the Red Carpet: The American Music Awards (E!)
Giuliana Rancic and Terrence Jenkins interview celebrities on the red carpet as they arrive at the 2015 American Music Awards in Los Angeles.

6pm CST – The Lion Guard: Return of the Roar (Disney Channel)
Kion, the second-born cub of Simba and Nala, becomes leader of the Lion Guard and assembles the best and brightest to help him protect the Pridelands.

7pm CST – 2015 American Music Awards (ABC)
Bieber, Selena Gomez, 5 Seconds of Summer, Ariana Grande, Nick Jonas, One Direction, Demi Lovato, Carrie Underwood, Walk the Moon and host Jennifer Lopez. The event is held at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Winners are determined by fan voting in categories that include Pop/Rock, Country, Rap/Hip-Hop, Latin and Electronic Dance Music. Also featured are duets by Luke Bryan and Karen Fairchild, and Meghan Trainor and Charlie Puth.

7pm CST – Liv & Maddie: Ask Her More-A-Rooney (Disney Channel)
Liv gets upset when an interview focuses on her appearance instead of her acting. She enlists the help of her friend Kristen Bell to help change the conversation. Meanwhile, Maddie searches for a lost library book. If she doesn’t find it, she won’t get her final grades.

7pm CST – Toy Story (ABC Family)
Computer-animated tale centering on the rivalry between two children’s toys: Woody, a cowboy doll who’s the leader and the brains of the group, and a cocky spaceman named Buzz Lightyear. But the two learn to band together when they’re faced with the bratty kid from next door, who just loves to make mincemeat out of toys.

7:25pm CST – Austin & Ally: Cap and Gown & Can’t Be Found (Disney Channel)
A missing library book threatens to keep Ally from graduating, so Austin tries to find it. Meanwhile, Trish fakes some memorable moments in an attempt to get more photos in the yearbook.

8pm CST – Legally Blonde (Nickelodeon)
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.

9pm CST – CSI: Cyber – Python (CBS)
Avery risks her life to capture FBI Cyber’s most wanted criminal, after he murders her friend, an Interpol agent.

9pm CST – Toy Story 2 (ABC Family)
Buzz and the gang race to save Woody after he’s kidnapped by a greedy toy collector who’s intent on making a lucrative online sale.

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