Jamie Grace family drama over High School Musical, Kode Magazine giving away Cody Simpson Meet and Greet, Megan and Liz release another snippet, Radio Disney Top 30 Countdown, Coffee Artist of the stars Michael Breach create Best Pictures nominees in coffee
Quote of the Day:
“My sister just informed me she’s never seen High School Musical…. WE ARE NO LONGER FAMILY.”
Kode Magazine is currently giving away a meet and greet with Cody Simpson at his photo shoot in LA on March 6th. Follow @KodeMag & Regram with the hashtags #KodeMag and #CodysimpsonMNG to enter.
Megan and Liz continue to release snippets of music via Instagram. Yep, it’s Country and I love it!
After complaints to YouTube and a petition at Change.org, Katy Perry‘s music video for Dark Horse has been edited to avoid controversy. For more details, visit the LATimes.com.
1. OneRepublic – Counting Stars
2. R5 – (I Can’t) Forget About You
3. Demi Lovato – Let It Go
4. Katy Perry – Dark Horse
5. Emblem3 – 3000 Miles
6. A Great Big World – Say Something (f. Christina Aguilera)
7. Demi Lovato – Neon Lights
8. One Direction – Story Of My Life
9. Pharrell Williams – Happy
10. American Authors – Best Day of My Life
11. Becky G – Can’t Get Enough (f. Pitbull)
12. Ylvis – The Fox (What Does the Fox Say?)
13. Ellie Gouding – Burn
14. Austin Mahone – Mmm Yeah
15. The Vamps – Wild Heart
16. MKTO – Classic
17. Paramore – Ain’t It Fun
18. Katy Perry – Unconditionally
19. Taylor Swift – Sweeter Than Fiction
20. Lucy Hale – You Sound Good To Me
21. Celeste Buckingham – Run Run Run
22. Ariana Grande – Right There
23. New Politics – Harlem
24. Calvin Harris – Thinking About You (f. Ayah Marar)
25. Little Mix – Move
26. One Direction – Best Song Ever
27. Katy Perry – Roar
28. Chris Wallace – Keep Me Crazy
29. AJR – I’m Ready
30. R5 – Pass Me By
31. Zendaya – Replay
In anticipation for The Oscars, Coffee Artist of the stars Michael Breach (@baristart) has created this year’s Best Picture nominees in coffee. Check out the full set at Dropbox.com.
10am CST – Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins (Cartoon Network)
Young Shaggy and his newly adopted dog joins forces with Fred, Daphne and Velma to investigate a haunting at their school.
10:30am CST – Dumbo (ABC Family)
An outcast baby elephant with oversized ears soars to fame and fortune as the world’s only flying pachyderm.
11am CST – Supercross: Behind the Dream (CBS)
Supercross legends Jeff Emig, Chad Reed and other riders share their thoughts and experiences on spending a lifetime competing in this sport.
12pm CST – Peter Pan (ABC Family)
Peter and Tinker Bell take three children to Neverland to see the Lost Boys, Indians, Captain Hook and his pirates.
12:30am CST – Countdown To The Red Carpet: The 2014 Academy Awards (E!)
A first-look at the evening’s fashion parade and interviews with early celebrity arrivals.
1:45pm CST – Pocahontas (ABC Family)
Based on a story of John Smith, a Powhatan Indian stops a war between her tribe and the British by interceding with the chief, her father.
3:30pm CST – Cinderella (ABC Family)
With a wicked stepmother and two jealous stepsisters who keep her enslaved and in rags, Cinderella stands no chance of attending the royal ball, until her fairy godmother appears.
4pm CST – Top 30 Countdown (Radio Disney)
4:30pm CST – Countdown To The Red Carpet: The 2014 Academy Awards (E!)
Welcome the stars on the red carpet at the 2014 Academy Awards.
5pm CST – The Smurfs (Cartoon Network)
A magic portal transports the little blue people to Manhattan, where they must find a way back to their village before evil wizard Gargamel can find them.
5:15pm CST – The Little Mermaid (ABC Family)
A mermaid princess falls in love with an earthly prince.
6pm CST – Oscars Red Carpet Live! (ABC)
Guests arrive for the 86th-annual Academy Awards ceremony; Robin Roberts, Lara Spencer, Jess Cagle and Tyson Beckford host.
7pm CST – Mulan (ABC Family)
A Chinese maiden disguises herself as a man to take her father’s place in battle against invading Huns.
7:30pm CST – The Oscars (ABC)
Honors for achievements in film take place at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles; performances by U2, Pharrell Williams, Idina Menzel, Karen O and Bette Midler; Ellen DeGeneres hosts.
Upstate Concert Hall
Heineken Music Hall
Pig Pen Theatre Co. and The Tragic Thrills
Brick and Mortar Music Hall
San Francisco, CA
Birmingham, United Kingdom