Pop acts on television this week include:
‘American Idol’ season six winner Jordin Sparks and runner-up Blake Lewis, who perform on FOX’s ‘New Year’s Eve Live’ on Monday
Monday’s ‘Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve 2008′ on ABC features performances by ‘Hannah Montana’ star Miley Cyrus and the Jonas Brothers in Times Square, followed by Fergie and Natasha Bedingfield performing during the show’s second half in Hollywood
Former *NSYNC star JC Chasez, who makes a guest appearance on NBC’s ‘Las Vegas’ on Friday
The late night shows return on Wednesday, with musical guests still TBD
‘American Idol’ season six runner-up Blake Lewis visited ‘The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet’ on Tuesday morning (December 18) to promote his debut album ‘Audio Day Dream’.
Lewis talked about how he’s happy he didn’t win in the finale against Jordin Sparks, the story behind the album name, how people believed he had ADD when growing up, enjoying New York City by partying at Nobu, taking a lie detector test, and performing on Fox’s ‘New Year’s Eve Live’ special with Jordin.
During the lie detector test, Blake was asked if he really liked Sanjaya Malakar, if he’d like to date Juliet, if he really didn’t mind losing to Jordin, if he liked Simon Cowell, if he’d like a mature woman, and if he hooked up with someone on ‘Idol’ (yes) – was it Antonella Barba (no – “Doesn’t mean I didn’t want to!).
Watch the lie detector test below.
Pop acts on television coming up this week include:
Nick Lachey, who visits ‘Live with Regis and Kelly’ to promote ‘Clash of the Choirs’ on Monday before the show kicks off that night on NBC and runs thru Thursday
Colbie Caillat, who performs on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ on Tuesday
Blake Lewis, who shows his new video on ‘Total Request Live’ on Wednesday
Ashley Tisdale, who visits ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ with her new nose on Thursday
Celine Dion and James Blunt perform on a holiday concert edition of ‘Larry King Live’ on Friday
Karmina, Sheryl Crow, Fergie and James Blunt perform on the CBS special ‘A Home For The Holidays’ on Friday
‘American Idol’ season six runner-up Blake Lewis posted a video message thanking to all his fans for their support of his debut album ‘A.D.D. (Audio Day Dream)’. The disc debuted on the Billboard charts at #10 with 97,500 copies sold.
“Hey what’s up guys, it’s Blake. I just wanted to thank you for making this album such a success. Thank you so much and stay tuned for some more,” Lewis said in the brief video.
Watch it via YouTube below.
‘American Idol’ season six runner-up Blake Lewis checked in with his MySpace friends (@blakelewis) on Monday (December 10). The Bothell, Washington native writes:
Just posted a new video. Bob Bobberson Round 2…. as a Pop Tart. Filmed and edited by my friend Cisco.
Many of you know I do some sketch comedy… or just love being a different character.. having fun all the time. This is one of those moments.. American Idol on tour in my state. Filmed at the Tacoma dome this last summer. Hope you like. Its the last video on the left side of my page. Bob Bobberson round 1 is right above, if you wanna catch up to speed with Bob.
Thank you to everyone that has picked up the album. The positive response has been amazing. THANK YOU!!!!!
I made a Documentary of the album. Its only released at Walmart as a bonus download. feature a look behind the scenes of Audio Day Dream, with everyone I worked with on the record.
Holidays are almost here…
Love and happiness – Blake
Watch the video below.
Pop acts on television this week include:
Victoria Beckham, who dishes on husband David, her new book, fashion line, and the Spice Girls’ Reunion Tour on ‘Larry King Live’ on Monday
James Blunt, who performs on ‘The View’ on Tuesday
‘American Idol’ season six runner-up Blake Lewis, who performs on ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show’ on Tuesday
Feist, who performs on ‘Today’ on Wednesday
‘High School Musical’ star Vanessa Hudgens, Colbie Caillat and Katharine McPhee perform on TNT’s ‘Christmas In Washington 2007’ on Wednesday
Jonas Brothers and Ashley Tisdale, who appear on VH1’s ‘What Perez Sez About 2007’ on Thursday.
‘American Idol’ season six runner-up Blake Lewis paid a visit to ‘The Early Show’ the other morning, showing off his funky moves during a performance of his ‘Audio Day Dream’ lead single ‘Break Anotha’. Watch it via CBS.com below.
‘American Idol’ season six runner-up Blake Lewis released his debut solo album ‘Audio Day Dream’, and the Bothell, Washington native spoke with Fox News Channel’s Jill Dobson about the project. “It was nice to work with producers who really knew who I am,” Lewis said. “Just creative minds getting together in a room and working out a new piece. I’m so proud of it. It’s an amazing record, and I’m just so glad it’s finally out.”
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‘American Idol’ season six runner-up Blake Lewis is out with the video to his first single ‘Break Anotha’, from the Bothell, Washington singer’s debut album ‘A.D.D. (Audio Day Dream)’, out now on Arista Records. Watch it via YouTube below.
UsMagazine.com caught up with Blake Lewis in a Q&A, asking the ‘American Idol’ season six runner-up how his working relationship was with Clive Davis, who worked with the Bothell, Washington native on his debut album ‘A.D.D. (Audio Day Dream)’, out today on Arista Records. “Clive has an executive producer credit, but he didn’t actually produce a lot of stuff,” Lewis said. “He gave me a lot of freedom and I’m very thankful for it. I’ve had a concept for this album for four years – and he loved all my ideas. I’m inspired by 80’s music and a lot of my melodies come from it.”
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