TeenNick, Nickelodeon’s 24-hour TV network exclusively for and about teens and tweens, will partner with mega-stars Mariah Carey, Ashton Kutcher, Rosario Dawson and Wyclef Jean to recognize four deserving teens who are philanthropic leaders in their communities in the second annual TeenNick HALO Awards. Conceived, hosted and executive produced by TeenNick Chairman Nick Cannon, the hour-long special that honors real-life teens who are “Helping And Leading Others” (HALO) will premiere Friday, Dec. 10, at 8:00 p.m. (ET) on TeenNick, followed by anencore on Nick at Nite at 9:00 p.m. (ET/PT). TeenNick partnered with the Entertainment Industry Foundation (EIF) to provide the grants and scholarships awarded to each HALO honoree.
Check out Savannah Outen‘s new cover Grenade by Bruno Mars!
It can be tough to stand out from the crowd in Hollywood’s cutthroat entertainment industry, but J. Lewis – with his impressive resume of talents and accomplishments – is making his mark with the release of his latest single “Shut ‘Em Up.”
J. Lewis grew up in a Dallas, Texas suburb surrounded by a variety of musical influences, everyone from Steely Dan, the Beatles and Jack Johnson to Prince and his number one inspiration, Michael Jackson. An athlete in high school, J decided his real passion lay in dance, trading in the locker room for the hardwood floors and mirrors of an urban dance studio. By age 17 he was headed to Hollywood, hoping to break into music by way of the dance industry. “I just didn’t want to be auditioning for other people’s videos,” J quickly realized. “I wanted to be making the video.”
Pursuing this path included waiting tables as he paid dues, honing his songwriting craft, taking vocal coaching and learning new instruments besides guitar. Three years of working the Hollywood music scene finally paid off in 2008, when one of his many showcases at venues like The Viper Room, The Roxy and The Hotel Cafe led to a production deal with Blackground/Interscope Records. A track he recorded with FloRida recently made the rounds of the internet, but J is ready to rocket up the charts with the groove-worthy track “Shut ‘Em Up.” Head over to MySpace for the premiere of the “Shut ‘Em Up” video to see J.Lewis in action, and visit JLewisOnline.com for all the latest info.
AOL’s PopEater met up with Good Charlotte and documented the group’s every move as they promoted their recently released album,Cardiology. The punk rock band gives a detailed look into their jam-packed schedule as they do interviews with the press, meet and greets with their dedicated fans, and perform live night after night. Check out the video on AOL for an inside look at a day in the life of GC.
Good Charlotte‘s new album, Cardiology, produced by Don Gilmore (Linkin Park, Avril Lavigne) and featuring the fan favorite “Like It’s Her Birthday,” is available on iTunes now.
Diddy – Dirty Money have announced that they will take the stage during the live broadcasting of the American Music Awards on Novemeber 21st. The hip-hop and R&B group led by Bad Boy Records mogul, Diddy, join a star-studded lineup of artists, including Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, Ne-Yo, Christina Aguilera, Bon Jovi, P!nk and Usher. The annual awards show, created by Dick Clark, will air live on Sunday, Novemeber 21st, at 8pm est/ 7pm cst.
The debut album from Diddy-Dirty Money, Last Train To Paris, is scheduled for release on December 14 and will include the hit singles “Hello, Good Morning” and “Loving You No More” featuring Drake.
In the final video from her sessions at Jack Johnson’s Solar-Powered Plastic Plant, Tamar Kaprelian delivers a beautiful performance of one of her favorite songs, “Delicate Soul.”
Past videos of Tamar’s sessions at Jack Johnson’s studio include performances of her single, “New Day,” as well as “Should Have Known Better,” “Raining in Paradise,” and “Sinner or a Saint.” All of these songs can be found on Tamar’s debut album, Sinner or a Saint, available now.
Fans can check out Tamar on the road when she joins Far East Movement on stage at their upcoming shows in Philadelphia on 11/9, Boston on the 11/15 and NYC on the 11/17.
Miley Cyrus and Tish checked out of a Manhattan hotel last night. When Miley saw the paparazzi, she ordered Tish to cover her face with a shopping bag. Tish is in the midst of family scandal after her alleged affair w/ Bret Michaels.
Ashley Greene Inside The Mark Studio 2010 in New York City.