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February 1st
Harry Styles

February 2nd

February 6th

February 7th
Bea Miller
Cerina Vincent - Stuck In The Middle

February 8th
Bethany Hamilton

February 9th
Avan Jogia
Kelli Berglund

February 10th
Chloe Grace Moretz
Emma Roberts

February 11th
Taylor Lautner

February 15th
Zachary Gordon

February 16th
Alex Aiono
Chloe East

February 17th
Ed Sheeran
Sasha Pieterse

February 18th
Malese Jow

February 19th
Millie Bobby Brown
Victoria Justice

February 21st
Corbin Bleu

Sammi Sanchez appearance with Randy Jackson on KTLA prompts viewer complaints, Sabrina Carpenter returns to the stage in Japan, Zombies peaks at #5 on iTunes Soundtrack chart, Anne-Marie to support Ed Sheeran on his UK Ireland and European Stadium Tour

February 18th, 2018

T2 Exclusive: On Friday, Sammi Sanchez made an appearance on KTLA 5 (Los Angeles) with her manager Randy Jackson to promote her new single. Following the segment, the phone lines lit up at KTLA 5 from callers asking the station did you realize what that word you just said and the song you played? It wasn’t long after that the operators were saying “we’re sorry, we didn’t know and apologize for our mistake.” Not exactly the kind of buzz you want to get when you’re about to head out on a National Media tour across the US to promote the new single. Hmmm… is it too late for the Radio Disney edit?


Tomorrow, Sabrina Carpenter returns to the stage in Osaka, Japan. It sure looks like the media is more than ready for her arrival.

103.7 KISS FM (Milwaukee, WI) has revealed the lineup for this years (Almost) Summer Show will include headliner Camila Cabello, Skylar Stecker and Jack & Jack. The event takes place on April 12th at The Riverside Theater.

Anne-Marie announced that she’ll be supporting Ed Sheeran on the UK, Ireland and European leg of his forthcoming stadium tour.  This will mark her second stint on the road with Ed, having supported him on his 2017 arena dates.

Following it’s premiere on Friday night, the soundtrack to Zombies moved up to #5 on iTunes Soundtrack charts. In the following 24 hours it has slid down to #10.

BAMM! relive the Zombies Dance Battle of the century on YouTube!

8:30am CST – Zoom (Freeform)
Sci-fi adventure about a former superhero called back into action to train a group of kids at a secret government installation.

10:30am CST – The Goonies (Freeform)
Kids find a treasure map and go searching for pirate’s booty in a subterranean cavern, but they run into a band of outlaws and their ringleader, whose soft-hearted son comes to the kids’ rescue.

11am CST – Zombies (Disney Channel)
A teen who dreams of being a cheerleader befriends a zombie who longs to play on the high school football team, in a town where humans and non-threatening zombies uneasily coexist.

1pm CST – The Hunchback Of Notre Dame (Freeform)
Victor Hugo’s classic gets the Disney makeover in a surprisingly dark musical version about the deformed hero (voice of Tom Hulce) and his love for the alluring Esmeralda (Demi Moore).

1pm CST – Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (Spike)
Indy gets help from a feisty heroine and a sawed-off sidekick in this “Raiders” prequel featuring a sacred jewel, a bloodthirsty cult, human sacrifices, runaway mining cars, a chamber of scorpions and a perilous bridge.

1:40pm CST – Space Jam (VH1)
Basketball’s Michael Jordan teams up with Bugs Bunny (voice of Billy West) in this sunny blend of animation and live action about aliens plotting to kidnap Bugs for their failing theme park, Moron Mountain.

2pm CST – 2018 Olympics: Biathlon, Speed Skating, Freestlyle Skiing (NBC)
Medals are awarded in the men’s aerials and the men’s biathlon (15km), with qualifying in men’s speedskating’s team pursuit. Jon Lillis and Mac Bohonnon are top threats for the U.S. in the aerials.

3:05pm CST – Despicable Me (Freeform)
An elite supervillain tries to steal the moon from the sky using his vast weaponry and an army of minions, but his evil machinations are undermined by three orphaned girls who see him as a father figure, despite his diabolical intentions.

4pm CST – Blended (MTV)
A terrible blind date segues into a nightmarish family vacation when two single parents and their respective kids end up at the same African safari resort for spring break.

4pm CST – Rush Hour (TNT)
A Hong Kong inspector and a wisecracking Los Angeles detective make an odd couple when they team up to find the kidnapped daughter of a Chinese diplomat.

5:10pm CST – The Incredibles (Freeform)
The adventures of a superhero crimefighter and his family, who return to adventuring after spending years living “normal” lives.

6pm CST – 2018 Olympics: Bobsled, Speed Skating, Freestyle, Figure Skating (NBC)
Ice dancing’s short routine; freestyle skiing women’s halfpipe; women’s speed skating (500m); and two-man bobsled (Runs 1 & 2), plus the men’s cross country skiing 4x10km relay. American Maddie Bowman looks to defend her 2014 Sochi gold in the halfpipe.

6pm CST – Game Shakers (Nickelodeon)
A toy company hires the team to make a game based on a toy that they’re not allowed to see.

6:30pm CST – Pitch Perfect (MTV)
A feisty college student gives her school’s a cappella group a much-needed makeover by adding some modern hits into the mix during the run-up to a big competition.

6:30pm CST – School of Rock: Don’t Know What You Got (Nickelodeon)
The band holds a rummage sale to raise money after their instruments get stolen; Tomika sells a sentimental item of Summer’s, then tries to remember its significance to her as she attempts to repair their friendship.

7pm CST – Monsters University (Disney Channel)
Mike and Sulley attend Monsters University and develop a heated rivalry that puts their education in danger in this prequel set before they were both star employees at Monsters, Inc.

7:50pm CST – Captain America: The First Avenger (Freeform)
WWII soldier Steve Rogers volunteers for a military experiment that transforms him into a superhero, and he uses his newfound abilities to protect America from a villain known as the Red Skull.

Sabrina Carpenter
Big Cat
Osaka, Japan

Tonight Alive, Silverstein, Broadside, and Picturesque
House of Independents
Asbury Park, NJ

Taylor Swift’s End Game music video coming today, New performers announced for Grammys including Alessia Cara Bruno Mars and Kesha, In Real Life receives nomination for iHeartRadio Music Awards, Skylar Stecker’s Blame debuts on Billboards Dance Club Songs, Diamante to release Had Enough tomorrow, Thor: Ragnarok coming to 4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray + Digital, Divacurl to release special Lissa Lauria limited edition box, Susannah Flood wears Lissa

January 11th, 2018

Today, Taylor Swift is expected to release her music video for End Game.

Music’s Biggest Night just got bigger as the Recording Academy announces additional acts to perform on this year’s 60th Annual Grammy Awards. Just added to the lineup are current Grammy nominees Luis Fonsi & Daddy Yankee; current Grammy nominee Kesha; Grammy winner and current nominee Bruno Mars with current nominee Cardi B; current nominee SZA; and first-time Grammy nominees Alessia Cara, Khalid, and Logic in a special performance delivering an important message. Previously announced performers include Childish Gambino, Lady Gaga, Little Big Town, Patti LuPone, P!nk, and Ben Platt. Live from Madison Square Garden in New York City, and hosted by award-winning television personality and performer James Corden, the 60th Annual Grammy Awards will be broadcast live in HDTV and 5.1 surround sound on the CBS Television Network, January 28th, at 6:30pm CST.

Congrats to In Real Life! The new act has received a nomination in the category of Best Boy Band for the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards.

Skylar Stecker’s single, Blame, debuted on Billboards Dance Club Songs chart at #46. That’s her 5th song to date that’s appeared on the Dance Club Songs chart.

Tomorrow, Diamante will be releasing her new single, Had Enough on all digital platforms.

Marvel Studios’ Thor: Ragnarok, electrified both audiences and critics alike and now fans can enjoy the colorful cosmic adventure at home. Fans who bring home the Ultimate Cinematic Universe Edition (4K Ultra HD + Blu-ray + Digital) of Thor: Ragnarok will experience all the thunderous action and lightning-fast wit in stunning 4K Ultra HD with next-generation high dynamic range (HDR) visuals and Dolby Atmos immersive audio. Exclusive, never-before-seen bonus features include deleted scenes; hilarious outtakes; an exclusive short: part three of the mockumentary Team Thor, retitled Team Darryl and featuring an eccentric new roommate; the evolution of MCU’s heroes culminating in Avengers: Infinity War; numerous making-of featurettes which explore the unique vision of director Taika Waititi; the story’s unstoppable women; the effortlessly charismatic Korg; the tyrannical leader of Sakaar, the Grandmaster; and the film’s comic-book origins;  audio commentary by Waititi; and more. The action, humor, drama and spectacle, bursts into homes Digitally in HD and 4K Ultra HD, and Movies Anywhere, on February 20th and on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, DVD and On-Demand on March. 6th.

Later this month, Devacurl will be releasing a limited edition box full of Devacurl products featuring Lissa Lauria. Congrats to the super talented actress, singer, songwriter and now… hair model!

Susannah Flood was photographed wearing NISSA during the 2018 TCA Winter Press Tour on Monday in Los Angeles! The For The People actress looked chic wearing NISSA’s Maxi Dress With Silk and Velvet Details.

7pm CST – 23rd Annual Critics’ Choice Awards (CW)
Honoring the finest in cinematic and television achievement; Olivia Munn hosts.

7pm CST – The Four: Battle for Stardom (FOX)
New challengers face off against the Four.

7pm CST – The LEGO Movie (Nickelodeon)
An ordinary LEGO figurine (Chris Pratt), thought to be the key to saving the world, is accompanied by a fellowship of strangers embarking on a quest to vanquish a tyrant bent on a terrible deed.

Andy Grammer
The Granada Theatre
Santa Barbara, CA

Katy Perry & Carly Rae Jepsen
Verizon Arena
Little Rock, AR

The O2 Arena
London, United Kingdom

In Real Life and Skylar Stecker perform in Celebration FL, Liz Mace announces engagement, Bebe Rexha’s Meant To Be is gaining some momentum, Coco remains at #1, First look at Pitch Perfect 3, Apple to purchase Siri?

December 11th, 2017

On Saturday night, In Real Life helped bring some Holiday cheer to Celebration, FL! The boyband headlined Radio Disney’s Annual event along with Skylar Stecker. Hollywood Records new boyband truly shined and were completely over with the crowd that showed up to see them. You couldn’t help but enjoy their vocal arrangements. Hopefully, this act will get the push they need to connect with a larger audience as they definitely have something special and are ready to prove it. As for Stecker, she struggled through her set constrained by choreography and way too much lip-syncing. While Skylar has some good music to work with she wasn’t able to connect with many of those in attendance.

Congratulations! Liz Mace of Megan & Liz announced her recent engagement this weekend.

Bebe Rexha’s new single, Meant To Be ft. Florida Georgia Line has gone up to #12 on iTunes and is currently at #27 on Top 40 radio after gaining an additional 498 spins last week.

Coco remains at #1 after taking in over $18 million. Here’s a look to that Top 10 films showing in theaters this weekend (December 8th – 10th) according to Box Office Mojo.

1. Coco
2. Justice League
3. Wonder
4. The Disaster Artist
5. Thor: Ragnarok
6. Daddy’s Home 2
7. Murder on the Orient Express
8. The Star
9. Lady Bird
10. Just Getting Started

First look! Universal Pictures and Gold Circle Entertainment has released new images from Pitch Perfect 3, opening in theaters nationwide on December 22nd.

Last week, Tech Crunch broke the news that Apple may be purchasing Shazam as soon as this week. According to Venture Beat, Apple is looking to use the technology for Content Awareness and it’s ability to listen to your surroundings to help assist Siri you in providing information relevant to you.

7pm CST – Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings: Holiday Magic (Freeform)
A behind-the-scenes look at weddings and engagements that take place at Disney Destinations around the globe during the holiday season. Hosted by Stephen “tWitch” Boss and Allison Holker.

7pm CST – The Great Christmas Light Fight (ABC)
The Richards-Silver families’ synchronized light show in Riverview, Fla.; the Harhut family’s combined properties of over 1300 blow molds in Peckville, Penn.; the Phifer family’s display, including an 80-foot tall real-life mega tree and Santa.

7pm CST – Kevin Can Wait: Trainer Wreck (CBS)
After Vanessa asks Kevin to help her get a date with a handsome personal trainer, Alejandro, she gets frustrated when Kevin starts training with him instead. Also, Chale reluctantly takes advice from Kyle when the health inspector stops by Enzo’s.

7pm CST – The Voice: Live Top 8 Performances (NBC)
The top 8 artists perform; and the artists team up for competitive mashup duets.

8pm CST – Skyfall (Syfy)
James Bond must defend his boss M after MI6 is attacked and disgraced by a mysterious villain named Silva. With only field agent Eve to help him, 007 races to defeat Silva and restore M’s reputation.

House of Blues
Cleveland, OH

Johnny Orlando and Mackenzie Ziegler
Grelle Forelle
Vienna, Austria

Katy Perry with Purity Ring
Philips Arena
Atlanta, GA

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