Howie Dorough is ready to ring in the New Year with a bangin’ performance…
The 46-year-old half-Puerto Rican singer and his Backstreet Boys mates will take the stage for Fox’s third annual Fox’s New Year’s Eve with Steve Harvey: Live from Times Square special.
Dorough and the Backstreet Boys join a lineup that includes LL Cool J, DJ Z-Trip, the Chainsmokers, the Lumineers, Florida Georgia Line, Tygaand The Killers, along with celebrity appearances by Gordon Ramsay, Will Arnettand Jenna Dewan.
Maria Menounos and NFL ex-player Rob Gronkowskiwill co-host the evening, which will feature a performance by Angel Moralesand his fellow Village Peoplemembers as the group tries to set a world record for the largest YMCAdance.
The evening also will feature a WWE match with Roman Reigns.
The Fox party starts at 8:00 pm live from Manhattan, with a tape-delayed edition for the Mountain and Pacific time zones.
The 44-year-old half-Puerto Rican singer and his fellow Backstreet Boys have earned their first-ever CMT Music Award.
The boybanders won the award for CMT Performance of the Year for their performance of “Everybody” alongside Florida Georgia Line at the CMT Crossroads: Backstreet Boys and Florida Georgia Line special.
The CMT Music Awards were broadcast live from Nashville.
Here’s a look at the night’s big winners:
Video of the Year Blake Shelton – “I’ll Name The Dogs”
Male Video of the Year Blake Shelton – “I’ll Name The Dogs”
Female Video of the Year Carrie Underwood feat. Ludacris – “The Champion”
Duo Video of the Year Dan + Shay – “Tequila”
Group Video of the Year Little Big Town – “When Someone Stops Loving You”
Breakthrough Video of the Year Carly Pearce – “Every Little Thing”
Collaborative Video of the Year Kane Brown feat. Lauren Alaina – “What Ifs”
CMT Performance of the Year From CMT Crossroads:Backstreet Boys and Florida Georgia Line – “Everybody”
The 44-year-old half-Puerto Rican singer and his fellow Backstreet Boys group mates are set to perform at next month’s CMT Music Awards, country music’s fan-voted awards show.
The Backstreet Boys join the lineup along with their “God, Your Mama, and Me” collaborators Florida Georgia Line, as well as country stars Carrie Underwood, Jason Aldean, Dan + Shay and show’s hosts Little Big Town.
There’s no word yet on what song Dorough and the Boys will perform.
Previously announced performers include Kelly Clarkson, Blake Shelton, Luke Bryan and Kelsea Ballerini.
Clarkson will be delivering a performance of her remake of the rock classic “American Woman,” which is the theme of the new Paramount Network series of the same name.
The CMT Awards air live from Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday, June 6 at 8:00 pm ET.
Meanwhile, Backstreet Boys’ new single, “Don’t Go Breaking My Heart,” debuted at No. 32 on Billboard’s Pop Songs airplay chart. It marks their first hit on the chart since 2007’s “Inconsolable.”
It’s the end of a decade-long drought for Howie Dorough…
The 42-year-old half-Puerto Rican singer and his fellow Backstreet Boys band mates have returned to the Billboard Hot 100 chart for the first time since 2007, as Florida Georgia Line‘s “God, Your Mama, And Me,” featuring the boy band, debuts at No. 92 on the chart (dated March 18).
The Backstreet Boys had last appeared on the Hot 100 with “Inconsolable,” which reached No. 86 in September 2007.
The new collaboration is BSB‘s 17th Hot 100 hit (and first in a featured role). The group has tallied six top 10s, led by its highest-charting, No. 2-peaking 1997 breakthrough smash “Quit Playing Games (With My Heart).”
On the Hot Country Songs chart, “God, Your Mama, And Me” enters the top 20 (21-16) as the top Streaming Gainer, following the February 20 arrival of its official video, which stars both FGL and BSB. The song enters Country Streaming Songs at No. 15, up 31 percent to 2.8 million U.S. streams in the week ending March 2, according to Nielsen Music. It also pushes 6-5 on Country Digital Song Sales (20,000 downloads sold, up 27 percent) and 34-31 on Country Airplay (6.5 million in audience, up 14 percent).
Florida Georgia Line’s Brian Kelley remembers seeing Backstreet Boys in concert in 1998. “It was nuts,” he recently told Billboard. “People were just screaming, hooting and hollering all around.”
“To have the Backstreet Boys featured on [“God”] was something we kind of envisioned in the studio while recording it,” the duo’s Tyler Hubbard added. “To have that come to fruition was amazing. It really, really took that song to the next level.”
Said Backstreet Boy Kevin Richardson, “I’m a father of two boys, so I like how the song could have a double meaning. You could be talking about your children, or your spouse, or your love interest. I think it’s poetic, and it’s got a great melody.”
It looks like Adrienne Bailon is ready for a knock off….
The 31-year-old Puerto Rican and Ecuadorian American singer, actress, dancer and television personality will serve as one of the five co-hosts on Fox’s summer reality series Knock Knock Live.
Bailon, a former star The Cheetah Girls member and current co-host of Fox’s talk show The Real, will be joined by American Idolalum Kellie Pickler, TV host Ross Mathews and radio personalities Jordan “Shorty” Johnson and Chuey Martinez.
Bailon and the gang will travel the country rapping on people’s front doors and giving them a chance to win prizes and meet celebrities.
The network also announced that celebrities set for the Ryan Seacrest-hosted show include Common, David Beckham, Luke Bryan, Mike Holmes, Lea Michele, Meghan Trainor and country duo Florida Georgia Line.
Knock Knock Live is set to premiere on July 21 at 9:00 pm on Fox.
The 36-year-old Panamanian American singer-songwriter is set to perform at this year’s Summerfest, the Guinness Book of World Records-certified largest festival in the world.
Aloe Blacc will join Kaskade, Bastille, the Flaming Lips, Sheryl Crow, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, Santigold,Jane’s Addiction, DJ Paris Hilton, Kings of Leon, Florida Georgia Line, Kendrick Lamar, and more from June 24-28 and June 30-July 5 at Milwaukee’s Henry W. Maier Festival Park.
“Absolutely fantastic,” says Don Smiley, president & CEO of Summerfest, in regard to the 2015 line-up in a statement. “It’s the best line-up of bands in the U.S. and possibly the world. A true, quality choice of music for everyone.”
This year’s Summerfest anticipates its usual approximately 900,000 attendees to see a total of 800 acts and 1,000 performances (totaling last year to 1,353 hours, or about 57 days) spread across 11 days and 11 stages.
Tickets are now available for purchase on Summerfest’s official website, where you can also find a comprehensive list of this year’s lineup. General admission tickets are $19 while weekday tickets are $12; three-day passes sell for $45.
Scotty McCreery is ready for his countdown close-up…
The 21-year-old part-Puerto Rican country crooner and American Idol champion is among the presenters announced for the first ever American Country Countdown Awards, joining hosts Florida Georgia Line at the December 15 event.
McCreery joins a roster that includes Sara Evans, Hunter Hayes, Maddie & Tae and Kip Moore.
Musicians Thomas Rhett, Chase Rice, Cole Swindell and Chris Young, as well as NASCAR’s Jimmie Johnson, Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher and 2014 National League MVP Clayton Kershaw, actors Terry Crews of Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Emily Kinney of The Walking Dead, and Miss America 2015 Kira Kazantsev will also present.
The show will air live on FOX at 8:00 pm EST and PST with a tape-delay.
The American Country Countdown Awards is based on country music’s longest-running radio countdown show of 41 years, “American Country Countdown with Kix Brooks,” and will honor country artists based on album sales and radio airplay.
Kenny Chesney will be on hand to accept The Groundbreaker Award and Reba McEntire will accept the NASH Icon Award. Performers will include Kelly Clarkson, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Eric Church, Brett Eldredge, Florida Georgia Line, Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood.
Tickets to the American Country Countdown Awards, are available for purchase here.
The American Country Countdown Awards is produced by dick clark productions.
The “I Luh Ya Papi” singer joins an all-star line-up of performers including Katy Perry, 5 Seconds of Summer, Florida Georgia Line, Imagine Dragons, Jason Derulo, John Legend, Lorde, Luke Bryan, Miley Cyrus, Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood, OneRepublic, Pitbull and Ricky Martin.
Lauren Jauregui, Camila Cabello and Ally Brooke Hernandez have proven that their better together this Thanksgiving…
The Latina singers, members of the Simon Cowell-created all-girl group Fifth Harmony, celebrated the recent holiday by performing at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.
Fifth Harmony, who joined a lineup that included Austin Mahone, Ariana Grande and Florida Georgia Line, rode on the Pepperidge Farm Goldfish float and performed their latest single “Better Together.”
Other performers during the 87th installment of the iconic holiday event included Cher Lloyd, who appeared on a Brooklyn Bridge replica; Fall Out Boy, Kellie Pickler, Gavin DeGraw and the Goo Goo Dolls.
This year’s parade, a three-hour event, featured more than 50 character balloons, which included SpongeBob SquarePants, Snoopy and his bird friend Woodstock and Sonic the Hedgehog.
Due to strong wind, the balloons were flown lower than normal.
She may mentor aspiring singers on The Voice… But Christina Aguilera will soon be rockin’ the stage.
The 32-year-old half-Ecuadorian American singer and coach on NBC’s hit reality singing competition has been added to the growing list of performers at this year’s American Music Awards.
Aguilera will perform the power ballad “Say Something” with New York duo A Great Big World.
Aguilera and A Great Big World, as well as new addition Ariana Grande, will join previously announced performers Rihanna, Justin Timberlake, Luke Bryan, Miley Cyrus, Florida Georgia Line, Lady Gaga, Ke$ha, Imagine Dragons, Kendrick Lamar, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis,One Direction, Jennifer Lopez, TLC (with a special guest), Katy Perry and Pitbull, who will also serve as the award show’s host.
The AMAs will be broadcast live from the Nokia Theatre in L.A. on Sunday, November 24, from 8:00 – 11:00 pm ET on ABC.
Winners are determined by fan votes at AMAvote.com. Fans also can vote on Twitter for the first time this year.
The American Music Awards is produced by Dick Clark Productions.