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January 1st
Noah Sierota - Echosmith

January 4th
Kalin White - Kalin & Myles

January 6th

January 9th
AJ McLean - Backstreet Boys
Ashley Argota - The Fosters
Nina Dobrev

January 10th
Lewi Morgan - Rixton

January 11th
Cody Simpson

January 12th
Ella Henderson
Zayn Malik

January 13th
Liam Hemsworth

January 14th
Dan Schneider

January 15th
Dove Cameron

January 18th
Karan Brar
Sarah Gilman - I Didn’t Do It

January 19th
Cam Adler - Tonight Alive
Erin Sanders
Logan Lerman

January 21st
Booboo Stewart - Descednants
Toby McDonough - Before You Exit

January 22nd
Ricky Garcia - Forever In Your Mind

January 23rd
Rachel Crow

January 24th
Dylan Riley Snyder

January 25th
Alicia Keys
Calum Hood - 5 Seconds Of Summer
Robert Ochoa

January 28th
Ariel Winter
Calum Worthy
Nick Carter - Backstreet Boys
Sammi Sanchez

January 31st
Justin Timberlake


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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.

Debby Ryan on 2016, Demi Lovato covers Adele, Spectre remains #1, YouTube Music, YouTube payouts in the UK

November 16th, 2015

Quote of the Day:

Just giving you the heads up that 2016 is going to be redemptive, powerful, and beautiful. It’s about healed hearts and inspired lives.

Debby Ryan

On Saturday night, Demi Lovato covered Adele’s Hello at The KISS FM Fall Ball (watch fan video on YouTube). She headlined the show at WaMu Theater in Seattle, WA which also included Omi, Andy Grammer, R City, Daya and Becky G.

Adam LambertAnother Lonely Night
JoJoWhen Love Hurts
R. City f/Chloe Angeledis – Make Up

The top two films at the box office last weekend continued their reign this weekend. Spectre took in $35 million, followed by The Peanuts Movie with $24 million. Here’s a look at this weekends estimates according to Box Office Mojo.

1. Spectre
2. The Peanuts Movie
3. Love the Coopers
4. The Martian
5. The 33
6. Goosebumps
7. Bridge of Spies
8. Prem Ratan Dhan Payo
9. Hotel Transylvania 2
10. The Last Witch Hunter

Last week, YouTube rolled out their new YouTube Music app. The service offers a chance to listen to their entire catalog of your favorite artists back-to-back. The service will offer a premium YouTube Red membership that offers an ad free experience.

On the flip side, The Guardian has an interesting story reporting that YouTube isn’t all it’s cracked up to be according a presentation by the British Music Industry Associations Geoff Taylor at the Music Futures conference. He stated that sales of vinyl records brought in more money than YouTube for UK music labels.

5:30pm CST – Paranorman (Disney XD)
A morbid boy with the power to speak to the dead gathers a small army of friends to fight seven zombies brought to life by an ancient witch’s curse. Meanwhile, the terrified townspeople prepare to do battle with the supernatural.

7pm CST – Supergirl: How Does She Do It? (CBS)
Kara is pulled in two directions when babysitting Cat’s son, at the same time, National City is hit by a series of bombings. Meanwhile, James feels conflicted when his ex-girlfriend Lucy Lane tries to rekindle their relationship.

7pm CST – Dancing With The Stars (ABC)
An elimination occurs after the tenth week of performances, which feature three dances from each couple, including a trio dance and a dance-off.

7pm CST – The Voice: Live Top 12 Performances (NBC)
The Top 12 artists perform.

Carly Rae Jepsen
Zepp Divercity Tokyo
Tokyo, Japan

Debby Ryan shares about waterproof eyeliner, Taylor Swift 1989 for less than one dollar, Megan and Liz enjoy Halloween three times, Tonight Alive in Rock Sound magazine, Disney picks up CW’s Star-Crossed, Bella Thorne on Today Show on November 11th

November 2nd, 2014

Quote of the Day:

So don’t use waterproof eyeliner to draw on your face unless you want whiskers until Christmas. This has been another life lesson.

Debby Ryan

Two weeks ago Microsoft launched their Music Deals App for Windows and Windows Phone. To get the program off the ground they’re offering select albums as low at $1 or $2. The newest one to hit the online store is Taylor Swift‘s 1989 and it’s priced at only $0.99! Hurry, it’s only available until November 3rd.

Sometimes one costume isn’t enough! Megan & Liz made the best of Halloween with not just one, but three costumes. Hmm… wonder if the costumes 2 and 3 were for repeat visits to the houses with the good treats?

Tonight Alive is featured in the December issue of Rock Sound magazine in stores on November 5th. Jenna and Whakaio reflect on 2014, what what’s next, and much more! You can purchase the digital edition via their App or order a copy at RockSound.tv.

It’s not over… yet. While the CW’s Star-Crossed wasn’t renewed after 13 episodes in the U.S., the series has been picked up by Disney Channels Worldwide. According to SerienJunkies.de the series will begin airing in Germany in the next couple of months.

NBC has confirmed that on November 11th, Bella Thorne will be a guest on the TODAY show to talk about her new book, Autumn Falls.

8:30am CST – Liar Liar (ABC Family)
Jim Carrey’s comic timing is impressive in this comedy about a slick, overachieving lawyer who’s forced to tell the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth.

10am CST – Drumline (VH1)
Coming-of-age tale about a cocky drummer (Nick Cannon) in a big-time college marching band. Clichéd, high-energy crowd-pleaser with stirring music sequences. Orlando Jones plays against type as a straitlaced band director.

1pm CST – For the Love of Music: The Story of Nashville (ABC)
The history of Nashville is chronicled with an emphasis on how it evolved into the world-famous Music City.

3pm CST – The Mask (Cartoon Network)
A meek bank official transforms into a super-suave dude when he puts on a mysterious mask that he has found.

3:30pm CST – Bruce Almighty (ABC Family)
God (Morgan Freeman) gives a disgruntled Buffalo TV reporter (Jim Carrey) divine powers. This hit-or-miss comedy features Carrey’s usual physical antics.

5:30pm CST – The Proposal (ABC Family)
A tough, demanding businesswoman discovers that she’s about to be deported back to Canada, forcing her to rush into a marriage of convenience with her young assistant in order to stay in the U.S. But the ruse becomes even more complicated when the two must visit his family in Alaska while posing as a couple.

6pm CST – Thirteen Going On 30 (VH1)
In 1987, awkward 13-year-old Jenna Rink’s birthday wish to be “30, flirty and thriving” is magically granted, and she wakes up an adult in 2004. Overwhelmed by her physical changes and the new era, she seeks help from a childhood bud, who’s now a handsome photographer.

7pm CST – Liv & Maddie: Match-A-Rooney (Disney Channel)
Liv plays matchmaker to help Willow win over Jimmy’s heart at the school dance.

7pm CST – Once Upon a Time: Family Business (ABC)
The Snow Queen is hunted by the folks of Storybrooke, who want to uncover her true motives, and Belle tries to use the dagger in this quest. Meanwhile, back in the past, Belle asks the Grand Pabbie to help her learn about her mother’s fate.

7:30pm CST – I Didn’t Do It: Bicycle Thief (Disney Channel)
Lindy tries to help Garrett retrieve his stolen bike, but they find themselves at odds with the law.

Bridgit Mendler
iPlay America
Freehold, NJ

The Town Ballroom
Buffalo, NY

Tonight Alive
Vogue Theatre
Vancouver, Canada

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