Pitbull has officially cemented his New Year’s Eve plans…
The 33-year-old Cuban American rap superstar will count down to 2015 with Fox, reaching a deal for Pitbull’s New Year’s Revolutionspecial.
Hosted by the “Timber” singer and produced by Endemol, the special will air live on Wednesday, December 31 from 8:00-10:00 pm ET live (CT/MT/PT tape-delayed).
The project is aimed at potentially launching a New Year’s Eve franchise for Fox with Pitbull similar to ABC’sRockin’ Evewith Ryan Seacrest and NBC’sNew Year’s Eve with Carson Daly.
The show will feature performances by Pitbull and various musicians, DJs, and celebrities and will take place in his hometown of Miami, FL.
“The world needs to get ready to un-mute New Year’s Eve, because we are taking the party from the Big Apple to the Pineapple,” says Pitbull in a statement about his new project. “New Year’s Eve is officially in Miami and hosted by yours truly, Mr. Worldwide. P.S. Whatever happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, but whatever happens in Miami never happened, Daleee!”
Christina Aguilera gives voice to a nation’s mourning following the heartbreaking Newton school shooting…
During Monday night’s episode of The Voice, the 31-year-old half-Ecuadorian American singer joined her fellow coaches, the NBC reality singing competition’s contestants, host Carson Daly and social media correspondent Christina Milian took the stage at the beginning of the show to pay tribute to the 26 victims in the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting.
Lined up across the stage, Aguilera and the group gave a solemn and heartfelt performance of Leonard Cohen‘s “Hallelujah,” each holding a card with the name and age of one of the people killed in the tragic incident.
Aguilera held up the card with the name of Grace McDonnell, one of the youngest shooting victims.
There’s another Christina preparing to participate in NBC’s “The Voice”… and, she’s a Latina as well.
Christina Milian is replacing Alison Haislip as the new Social Media Correspondent for NBC’s hit singing competition, the network has confirmed.
“I’m officially your eyes and ears behind and beyond the stage for ‘The Voice,’” said the 30-year-old Cuban-American singer and actress via her Twitter account. “So if you’re a major fan you may wanna follow me!”
“Christina’s extensive musical background and widespread recognition make her the perfect choice for the role of Social Media Correspondent on ‘The Voice,’” said NBC president of alternative programming Paul Telegdy in a statement. “Her experience as a singer will provide a comfort level to our artists when they speak to her about the ins and outs of the competition,” he continued.
Milian joins an all-star team that includes hosted CarsonDaly and coaches CeeLoGreen, ChristinaAguilera, Blake Shelton and Adam Levine.
The second season of “The Voice” will debut after the Superbowl on Sunday, February 5.