The annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show aired on CBS last night and was pure sexiness! The Angels strutted their stuff on TV's hottest night of the year. In addition, the night included special performances from RiRi, The Biebs and Bruno Mars who all rocked the runway! Justin Bieber pulled out his signature Bieber moves donning an all white outfit while the very sultry Rihanna sported cool pearl rimmed sunglasses and Bruno Mars gave a playful and energetic performance as always.
1. Justin Bieber Performs "Beauty & A Beat"
2. Bruno Mars Performs "Locked Out Of Heaven"
3. Rihanna Performs "Diamonds"
What do you get when you cross Bruno Mars with Cabaret style? The answer lies in the music video and single release party that occurred this past Tuesday night, July 31st, at Manhattan lively nightlife spot Hudson Terrace. Singer Jullian James debuted his first single "My Sweet Radio" along with the accompanying music video.
Over 100 guests were on hand to view the video premiere, along with a special live performance by James and his band. Notable guests included Miss NY Amber Collins, Music Manager Bernadette Brennan, and Sean Gill of The Passengerz. The video and song simultaneously hit YouTube, iTunes, and Amazon. His album entitled "From My Integrated Soul", debuts later this year.
Former Fall Out Boy frontman Patrick Stump rose to fame after his band toured the world and sold hundreds of thousands of records. Stump now finds himself on the road supporting his self-produced solo music, an infectious blend of radio pop and groovy R&B that's a far cry from the pop-punk that made him a household name. Currently on tour with Panic! at the Disco, Stump acknowledges what many fans expect of him. However, he's more than comfortable just being the soulful, multi-instrumental performer he hasn't gotten to showcase until now.
How’s your tour with Panic! at the Disco going so far?
If you compare the actual tracklisting from the first one that leaked, they pretty much look nothing alike. That's not surprising considering the fact that the unofficial version only featured guest appearances from Beyonce (given) and Bruno Mars (a little bit out of place?).
01. No Church in The Wild (Feat. Frank Ocean)
02. Lift Off (Feat. Beyonce)
03. Niggas in Paris
04. Otis (Feat. Otis Redding)
Clear Channel may be giving the good people over at Pandora a run for their money. The San Antonio, Texas based media conglomerate reaches more than 154 million people and operates nearly 1,000 radio stations, reaching more than 110 million listeners every week. Yesterday, Clear Channel announced the lineup for the iHeartRadio Music Festival, which is scheduled to take place on September 23rd and 24th at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
David Charles Schubert, 47, was arrested and booked on a possession of cocaine charge this weekend. He's the Las Vegas District attorney who helped to prosecute Paris Hilton and Bruno Mars on separate drug charges back in 2010...
Schubert was arrested by a Las Vegas patrol officer near Desert Inn Road and Maryland Parkway. The policeman arrested him after he saw what looked like a drug transaction between Schubert and another car.
District Attorney David Roger said "It's disheartening to know the individual who I assigned to prosecute high-level drug cases is allegedly using rock cocaine."
Schubert has been suspended for the moment.
Back in September, the 25-year-old singer was arrested in Las Vegas for cocaine possession. He appeared in a Vegas courtroom this morning to enter the plea.
The deal is that if Peter Hernandez aka Bruno Mars keeps his nose clean for 12 months, the case against him might be dismissed and removed from his record.
The Honolulu native is also on probation for one year and will have to complete eight hours of private drug counseling, pay a $2,000 fine and perform 200 hours of community service.
It could have been worst...
The Grammy's are barely an award show anymore. The producers of the "award show" have decided to focus on the live performances during the telecast; there was only one presentation of an award in the first hour of the show.
The first performance of the night was a tribute to the Queen of Soul - Aretha Franklin. The performance featured the quintet of Christina Aguilera, Jennifer Hudson, Yolanda Adams, Florence Welch and Martina McBride. The group sang a melody of different songs; each sang well in their tribute to the Queen. After the performance a taped message from the Queen herself (who was noticeably thinner), welcomed viewers to the Grammy's, expressed her thanks to the academy for the recognition,
The judicial system definitely lost out when Shontelle decided to ditch law school for a shot at R&B stardom. That decision seemed to work out just fine as her first album Shontelligence reached the coveted top Billboard 200.
With her sophomore album No Gravity released last week, Shontelle took a few minutes off touring to speak with Mike Rothman about her huge hit “Impossible”, her future goal to someday work with Alicia Keys, comparisons to Rhianna and believe it or not, the hard-rock band System of a Down made its way into the conversation.