New interview with Savannah Jayde, Space Warriors music promo, Ariana Grande re-records Whitney Houston, 78violet music update, Bean to play Bonaroo 2013, Macy’s iHeartRadio Rising Star Recap, Prom trends on YouTube, Spring Breakers coming to Blu-ray and DVD on July 9th, ABC adds Chasing Life to roster
Yesterday morning I spoke with Savannah Jayde (Big Time Rush) about her new Walden Media film Space Warriors that opens tomorrow night – April 26th! Click here to listen as she shares about the movie, her character Dani, the cast, what she learned at Space Camp, what she’ll be wearing tonight on the red carpet, and her thoughts on Big Time Rush Season 4!
Get a great preview of Space Warriors in the new music promo for the film featuring songs of Flying Machines, Fireworks and Toby Mac. For a complete list of theaters planning to show the movie, visit Spacecamp.com/SpaceWarriors.
Take two! By popular request Ariana Grande has re-recorded a new performance video of Whitney Houston’s I Believe In You And Me. She’s got it!
Remember these two? Aly & AJ Michalka of 78violet have delivered on their promise to deliver a video update for their ‘violet buds.’ In it – the duo confirms they’ve just signed with new music management and promise that they will be releasing music. They also share that they just saw the first screening of the film Grace Unplugged starring AJ and Jamie Grace.
Just announced! Bean has been added to the roster of Bonaroo 2013. The Four-day, multi-stage camping festival takes place on a 700-acre farm in Manchester, TN. Other acts confirmed include: Paul McCartney, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, and Mumford and Sons.
After Day 3 of the second round of Macy’s iHeart Radio contest, Kalin & Myles remain at the top of the chart. To cast your vote, visit Macys/iHeart.com/Macys.
With this month’s Vampire Diaries and The Carrie Diaries Prom-themed episodes and last week’s release of original Prom programming on YouTube, it’s officially Prom season on-air and online!
From Promposals to how to make your pumps look like Prada, here is the latest Prom programming and current trends from YouTube:
Three of YouTube’s top teen and style channels – AwesomenessTV, StyleHaul and Hello Style have a dedicated week of Prom themed programming that includes everything from how to ask someone to prom to fashion, make-up and hair essentials to ensure the perfect prom night.
Check them out at:
Forget passing notes in homeroom. In the YouTube era, “will you go to prom with me?” is all about video and to get a date, you’d better be creative! “Promposals” are getting bigger and better every year. In fact, Google Search interest in “promposals” has increased more than 800% in the last year alone.
Here are some of the top five videos so far this season:
This is not your average promposal! “The Senn way of asking someone to prom” has over 4.9 million views and shows a whole new, ahem, side to the promposal
Hanover High Indians put together a helpful guide on the what to do and not to to ask your date to the prom.
George Ackley asks his friend Megan Minderman to prom in a cute pop quiz set-up: the strangest test you’ve ever sat through.
Andrew Crocker from Hillcrest High SC turns down Taylor Swift and serenades his friend Chloe instead in a video-meets-musical-talent extravaganza.
Five boys brave the snow and channel One Direction for their mass promposal at St Peter’s Catholic School. This one is a must-see.
On July 9th, Lionsgate Home Entertainment will release the film Spring Breakers on Blu-ray Disc (plus Digital UltraViolet) and DVD (plus Digital UltraViolet). The edgy release stars Disney Channel alums: Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens. The film also stars James Franco (Oz the Great and Powerful) in one of the most unforgettable performances of his career along with Ashley Benson (Pretty Little Liars) and Rachel Korine (The Fourth Dimension).
· Breaking it Down: Behind Spring Breakers – A Behind-the-Scenes 3-Part Documentary
· Deleted Scene/Outtakes
· Harmony’s Ear Candy featurette – An Insightful Look at the Music of Spring Breakers
· Audio Commentary with Writer/Director Harmony Korine
· VICE featurettes – An Inside Look at the ATL Twins and Real Life Partying in Panama City Beach
· Theatrical Trailer/TV Spots
ABC Family has added another new one-hour drama series, Chasing Life (formerly Terminales), to its roster of millennial-skewing original programming. The series is scheduled to start production in Santa Clarita in July and will premiere on ABC Family in early 2014.
7:30am CST – The Today Show (NBC)
Featuring a performance by the Jonas Brothers.
5pm CST – Honor Society Live Chat (Ustream)
7pm CST – American Idol: Results Show (FOX)
The contestants face elimination.
7pm CST – The Vampire Diaries: The Originals (CW)
A mysterious tip brings Klaus back to the town in New Orleans that he and his family built; Elijah learns that a powerful witch has taken Hayley; Stefan and Damon pursue their plan for Elena; Katherine makes a revelation to Rebekah.
7:30pm CST – Lemonade Mouth (Disney Channel)
Five high-school students form a music group and prepare to compete against a popular rock band.
7:30pm CST – Remember the Titans (ABC Family)
A Virginia high school hires a black football coach after undergoing integration in 1971.
8pm CST – Glee: Lights Out (CW)
During an electricity outage at McKinley High, Will and Finn encourage the glee club to perform acoustic numbers; Isabelle (Sarah Jessica Parker) asks Kurt to volunteer at a charity event.
All Time Low, Pierce The Veil, Mayday Parade and You Me At Six
R5 and Hollywood Ending
Theater of the Living Arts
Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran
Bankers Life Fieldhouse