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“The Vampire Diaries,” “Pretty Little Liars” and “Furious 7″ lead the 2015 Teen Choice Awards nominees with five noms each. “Insurgent,” “Pitch Perfect 2,” “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1,” “Avengers” and “Empire” are also making a big splash with four nominations at this year’s awards show.
The first wave of nominees were released this week, thanks to more than 500,000 fans heading to Twitter to unlock the nominations. Continued voting for more categories is now open on TeenChoice.com, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with fans able to vote once each day per category on the website, or by posting to social media with a category-specific hashtag (see below) with their nominees’ names until June 26.
Additional nominees, plus the host, performers and presenters, will be announced later.
The Teen Choice Awards, which celebrates pop culture icons in TV, film, music, sports, fashion, comedy and the Web, airs live at 8 p.m. »
- Elizabeth Wagmeister
We always like to be pleasantly surprised by the mainstream.
Alesso’s career as a DJ/producer blossomed in the same general time frame as the worldwide explosion of Edm culture itself; by the time the movement had broken through to the mainstream his name was a ubiquitous part of the scene. We recently showed you the metamorphosis that his style has undergone over the past five years, and his new album, Forever, stand as evidence that he isn’t done evolving as an artist.
Big room house has almost become a dirty word in recent years. As the umpteenth “Animals” clone demands an audience of thousands to jump up and down every time it ricochets around the festival circuit, dance music’s youngest generation of fans reaches an age at which they’d really rather just dance – and as a result, hard kicks and bass drops have become passé by most music fans’ standards. »
- John Cameron
Those of you who enjoy the crack of a baseball bat against the ribs must’ve loved the opening segment of American Idol‘s Season 14 performance finale.
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Clark Backham, Jax and Nick Fradiani began the hour dangled like slabs of meat above the lion’s cage, grimly accepting that one of ’em — despite having spent the week preparing a whopping three performances — was going to be unceremoniously dropped, his or her shrieks of agony drowned out by the cheering »
The Voice tonight is a results show, two of the contestants will be eliminated - who was voted off tonight's show? Rob Taylor and Deanna Johnson may be on the bubble or the bottom two could include either Joshua Davis or Corey Kent. Who will finally be eliminated? Last night on The Voice 2015 Season 8, the Voice Top 10 got help from music producers Dave Stewart, Mark Ronson, Ryan Tedder and Scott Hendricks. Who is going home tonight on The Voice Season 2015? Check below for the live results… Tonight's show is live - who are the two eliminations? We will know soon. The results show is live -here are the singers who are safe tonight. The Voice Results… Koryn Hawthorne is safe! Corey Kent White is safe! Sawyer Fredericks is safe! India Carney is safe! More results! Meghan Linsey is safe! And… Hannah Kirby is safe! Deanna Johnson, Rob Taylor and Joshua Davis »
Koryn Hawthorne and India Carney gave show stopping performances, and the female contestants continued to dominate The Voice as the Top 10 performed. A brand new host of celebrity advisors joined The Voice on Monday night, with Dave Stewart helping out Team Adam Levine, Ryan Tedder on Team Pharrell Williams, Mark Ronson on Team Christina […]
- Olivia Truffaut
The Voice’s one remaining country artist has advanced to the Top 12 on NBC’s popular singing competition. Corey Kent White, the soft-spoken 20 year-old from Bixby, Oklahoma, is one of three finalists on Team Blake. During Monday night’s Live Playoffs show, the country crooner offered up a heartfelt rendition of “Make You Feel My Love,” the Bob Dylan-penned love song that would also become a hit for Garth Brooks in 1989.
After a stunning set at Ultra Music Festival last week, Alesso has now revealed the complete tracklisting and title of his upcoming debut album, which will be called Forever. Comprised of 14 tracks, the disc will feature recent singles like “Cool” and “Heroes (we could be),” in addition to a couple of older tracks (“Under Control”) and of course, some unreleased material.
Pre-orders will start on April 7th via iTunes but as of yet, there’s no official release date for the album. While we wait for more news, check out the complete tracklisting below and let us know if you’re looking forward to hearing what Alesso has cooked up for his first studio album.
3. Heroes (we could be) feat. Tove Lo
4. Tear The Roof Up
5. Cool feat. Roy English
6. Scars feat. Ryan Tedder
7. Sweet Escape feat. Sirena
9. If It Wasn’t For You
10. In My Blood »
- Matt Joseph
Noah Galloway, a military veteran and double amputee, won the audience and judges alike with his first dance routine during the "Dancing With The Stars" season 20 premiere on Monday. Galloway, who lost his left leg and left arm while serving second a tour of Operation Iraqi Freedom, danced the cha cha with partner Sharna Burgess to OneRepublic's “I Lived." When he was done dancing, there wasn't a dry eye in the audience. Check out the video here! »
- Michael Lewittes
Here they are America, your Top 12! After weeks of auditions and hard cuts by the judges, American Idol has revealed final 12 contestants. But who has what it takes to actually become the fourteenth winner of the Fox reality series? People breaks down the contestants: Quentin Alexander, 21Hometown: New Orleans, Louisiana Audition City: New Orleans Audition Song: "Royals", originally performed by Lorde Why He Might Win: The Big Easy's own Harry Connick, Jr. has said that Alexander encapsulates the music scene of his hometown and his unique fashion and song choices certainly make him stand out from the crowd. Why »
- Patrick Gomez, @PatrickGomezLA
Sam Hunt has arrived.
"It was one of those titles that's obviously a play on words and those historically have been a big part of country music," Hunt tells ETonline in this week's installment of Behind the Hit. "The bad thing about those titles is that most of them have been written."
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While relaxing on his couch one night scanning emails on his phone, Hunt stumbled across a song called "Leave the Light On." At a quick glance, he mistakenly substituted "Light" with "Night."
"I thought immediately, 'How has nobody written that? I wish I had found this idea before they wrote it, '" he recalls. "As I looked a little closer, it was actually »
Come on, Zedd, get in there! But the adorable DJ just watches Selena Gomez get her groove on from afar in a variety of cleavage-baring outfits for most of his brand-new music video for "I Want You to Know," which popped up Tuesday. While there's every likelihood that they're just friends, Zedd and Selena set hearts afire and had fans asking "Justin who?" after it was first revealed that they were collaborating together--and now here's more fruit from that collaboration! "I Want You to Know," co-written by Zedd, OneRepublic frontman Ryan Tedder and KDrew, dropped last month, but now we've got this trippy video, featuring a lot of kaleidoscopic imagery, Selena »
Madonna's latest album, Rebel Heart, is a triumph. First, there's the rough release timeline. Hackers leaked it. Then they leaked some more of it. Then she released parts of it herself in December, then again in February, before officially dropping the full record Tuesday. And do we even have to mention #CapeGate? But the pop icon's 13th (!) album in 32 years is worth the wait. Rebel Heart accomplishes what her last two efforts, Mdna (2012) and Hard Candy (2008), couldn't: She brings the innovation while also paying just enough homage to her best moments. Add in sex, sacrilege, genuinely personal lyrics and some killer hooks, »
- Jeff Nelson, @nelson_jeff
Madonna's latest album, Rebel Heart, is a triumph. First, there's the rough release timeline. Hackers leaked it. Then they leaked some more of it. Then she released parts of it herself in December, then again in February, before officially dropping the full record Tuesday. And do we even have to mention #CapeGate? But the pop icon's 13th(!) album in 32 years is worth the wait. Rebel Heart, accomplishes what her last two efforts, Mdna (2012) and Hard Candy (2008), couldn't: She brings the innovation while also paying just enough homage to her best moments. Add in sex, sacrilege, genuinely personal lyrics and some killer hooks, »
- Jeff Nelson, @nelson_jeff
The New Directions’ past, present and future collide in Glee‘s two-hour series finale, which flashes back to 2009 before jumping ahead to reveal what’s in store for Rachel and the gang.
Fox has released a batch of stills from the full-night event (March 20, 8/7c), giving us our first official look at the gleeks’ final curtain call.
Highlights from the flashback episode, appropriately titled “2009,” include Rachel and Kurt “meeting” for the first time, the return of Puck’s mohawk and, of course, not-gay Karofsky.
The first No. 1 single is a celebrated milestone for any artist, but for Frankie Ballard, the second one is even sweeter.
"It's so exciting to have your first No. 1 song and you're like, 'Wow,' I just can't believe this is actually happening,' [but] there's a little voice in the back of your head that's like, 'What if this is the only time I'm ever going to get to experience this?'"
After opening for acts like Kenny Chesney and Lady Antebellum, Ballard broke out on country radio with "Helluva Life" in 2014. The song became his first bona fide hit single and went all the way to No. 1 on the country charts. When "Sunshine & Whiskey" followed suit months later, Ballard breathed a huge sigh of relief.
"I'm not a one hit wonder! God!" he exclaims in ETonline's Behind the Hit, playfully burying »
The Voice UK kicked off its all-important battles with a two-hour spectacular tonight, as 24 acts got paired up for 12 bouts in the ring. As Sir Tom Jones pointed out, "no biting" and "no kicking" was allowed - instead it was (surprise!) all about the voice.
With each coach being granted two steals this series, it was all to play for, all bets were off and it was all going down to the wire. Right, that's enough sporting phrases - let's get the ball rolling! (Sorry.)
Battle #1: Joyful Soundz vs Newtion Matthews
Song: 'Shout' - The Isley Brothers
What happened in rehearsals? This is one of the funniest battle rehearsals we have ever seen, ever. Will was babbling about how 'Shout' is one of his favourite songs "on the entire planet' ("Even if I was to take a spaceship out of space it would still be my favourite »
Like a flatline that finally goes “bloop,” American Idol‘s Top 12 Girls telecast sprang to life just when I was about to give up, start folding laundry and write an intro to this recap along the lines of “Season 14 officially belongs to the dudes.”
Hail Sarina-Joi! Hail Jax! Hail Tyanna! (And medium tip-a-hat to Maddie!)
Also: Why do the show’s producers insist on front-loading the telecast with weak links — thereby encouraging viewers to check their DVRs and determine whether they merely dreamed that CBS had launched NCIS: Bangor.
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The now-20-year-old’s debut single "God Made Girls" has had a polarizing impact on country music since its June 2014 release. The Top 20 track has been certified Gold by the Recording Industry Association of America, selling more than 500,000 units, but not without stirring up a bit of controversy in the process.
"It's just a sweet song about the connection between guys and girls," RaeLynn (real name: Rachael Lynn Woodward) tells ETonline in this week's installment of Behind the Hit.
"Somebody's gotta make him get dressed up, give him a reason to wash that truck. Somebody's gotta teach him how to dance, so God made girls," RaeLynn croons on the single, which has been regarded by some as anti-feminist. The song inspired a sharply-worded blog post on Jezebel, which declared »
The blind auditions might be over on The Voice UK, but there is still so much to come. There's no hanging about - we're straight into the battle rounds on Saturday as the first batch of contestants attempt to outshine their partners.
It's not that all is lost if they don't win their battle - the coaches each have not one, but two steals this series - but that doesn't mean the pressure is off! Read on to find out who you'll see battling this weekend - and what they'll be singing (complete with sneaky pictures of the battles themselves)...
Joyful Soundz vs Newtion Matthews
Song: 'Shout' - Isley Brothers
Remind me who they are! Joyful Soundz - aka Patrick and Simone - are friends from church from Luton who just want to bring a little joy to the world! Newtion, 30, previously had a record deal with Warner »
Last January, Ella Henderson rang in a milestone for the ages. Miles from home, the UK native celebrated her 18th birthday with hit-maker Ryan Tedder in his Denver, Colo., home studio, recording what would become Henderson's debut single "Ghost."
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"It was just a very surreal time," Henderson tells ETonline in our latest installment of "Behind the Hit." The new series, which last week highlighted Hunter Hayes, asks artists to reflect on how their biggest songs came to life and what it’s meant for their careers.
Henderson caught the eye of Simon Cowell during a stint on The X Factor's ninth UK season in 2012. Viewers and judges were shocked when Henderson was sent home in sixth place, but Cowell still scooped up the talented singer-songwriter and signed her to a deal with his Syco label.
"He constantly asks me, am I happy? Am I enjoying »
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