Gomez Receives Five Radio Disney Music Award Nominations

Selena Gomez hasn’t lost her Disney popularity…

The 24-year-old Mexican American singer/actress, who starred on the Disney Channel’s Wizards of Waverly Place from 2007 – 2012, has earned five nominations for this year’s Radio Disney Music Awards.

Selena Gomez

Gomez, a six–time RDMA winner, is nominated in the best female artist, fiercest fans and best tour categories. She’s also up for best breakup song and best collaboration for “We Don’t Talk Anymore” with Charlie Puth.

Bruno Mars, meantime, has earned two RDMA nominations. The 31-year-old part-Puerto Rican singer is nominated for best male artist and best song that makes you smile for his hit single “24K Magic.”

Other Hispanic nominees include Fifth Harmony for best group and fiercest fans, Demi Lovato for best tour,a nd Camila Cabello for best collaboration for her single with Machine Gun Kelly, “Bad Things.”

Stuck in the Middle star Jenna Ortega is one of five hosts for this year’s awards show, alongside Hamilton star Jordan Fisher, Descendants actress Sofia Carson, Radio Disney host and singer Alex Aiono and country singer Kelsea Ballerini.

The RDMAs will take place on Saturday, April 29, at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, and the show will air the following day, April 30, at 7:00 pm ET on the Disney Channel. Voting is now open at Disney.com/RDMA.

Here’s the complete list of the nominees:

“You Know You Love Them – Best Group”
Fifth Harmony
One Direction
The Chainsmokers (TCS)
Twenty One Pilots

“He’s The One – Best Male Artist”
Bruno Mars
Justin Bieber
Niall Horan
Nick Jonas
Shawn Mendes

“She’s The One – Best Female Artist”
​Ariana Grande
Katy Perry
Lady Gaga
Meghan Trainor
Selena Gomez

“The Bestest – Song Of The Year”
Cake By The Ocean –  DNCE
Can’t Stop The Feeling! – Justin Timberlake
Closer (f. Halsey) – The Chainsmokers (TCS)
Sit Still, Look Pretty – Daya
Treat You Better – Shawn Mendes

“#SQUADGOALS – Fiercest Fans”
Mendes Army

“The Buzz – Breakout Artist Of The Year”
​Alessia Cara
Hailee Steinfeld
​Kelsea Ballerini

“#TRENDING – Favorite Social Media Star”
Alex Aiono
Baby Ariel
Jacob Sartorius
Jake Paul

“The Freshest – Best New Artist”
Jon Bellion
Jordan Fisher
Julia Michaels
Noah Cyrus
Grace Vanderwaal

“So Happy – Best Song That Makes You Smile”
Can’t Stop The Feeling! – Justin Timberlake
Me Too – Meghan Trainor
​Handclap – Fitz & The Tantrums
24K Magic – Bruno Mars
Juju On That Beat – Zay Hilfigerrr & Zayion McCall

“XOXO – Best Crush Song”
Let Me Love You (f. Justin Bieber) – DJ Snake
On Purpose – Sabrina Carpenter
Starving (f. Zedd) – Hailee Steinfeld & Grey
Wild (f. Alessia Cara) – Troye Sivan
Yeah Boy – Kelsea Ballerini

“Stuck In Our Heads – Best Song To Lip Sync To”
Bacon – Nick Jonas
Cake By The Ocean – DNCE
Closer (f. Halsey) – The Chainsmokers (TCS)
No – Meghan Trainor
Work – Rihanna

“When The Beat Drops! – Best Dance Track”
Alone – Marshmello
Cold Water (f. Justin Bieber & MØ) – Major Lazer
Don’t Let Me Down (f. Daya) – The Chainsmokers (TCS)
Millionaire (f. Nelly) – Cash Cash & Digital Farm Animals
Never Forget You (f. MNEK) – Zara Larsson

“Heartbreak – Best Breakup Song”
I Hate U, I Love U (f. Olivia O’Brien) – Gnash
Make Me Cry (f. Labrinth) – Noah Cyrus
Shout Out To My Ex – Little Mix
Sorry – Justin Bieber
We Don’t Talk Anymore (f. Selena Gomez) – Charlie Puth

“Play It Again! – Radio Disney Country Favorite Song”
80s Mercedes – Maren Morris
​From The Ground Up – Dan + Shay
H.O.L.Y. – Florida Georgia Line
Peter Pan –  Kelsea Ballerini
Think of You (f. Cassadee Pope) – Chris Young

“The Bestest! – Radio Disney Country Favorite Artist”
Dan + Shay
Florida Georgia Line
​Kelsea Ballerini
​Maddie & Tae
Sam Hunt

“The Freshest! – Radio Disney Country Best New Artist”
Lauren Alaina
​Maren Morris
Old Dominion
Temecula Road

“I’m With The Band! – Favorite Tour”
Hunter Hayes’ “21 Tour”
Justin Bieber’s “Purpose Tour”
Meghan Trainor’s “The Untouchable Tour”
Nick Jonas & Demi Lovato’s “Future Now Tour”
Selena Gomez’s “Revival Tour”

“Mashup! – Best Collaboration”
Beauty & The Beast – Ariana Grande & John Legend
We Don’t Talk Anymore – Charlie Puth & Selena Gomez
Bad Things – MGK X Camila Cabello
Just Hold On – Steve Aoki & Louis Tomlinson
​I Don’t Wanna Live Forever – Zayn & Taylor Swift

Gomez Named Best Female Artist at the Radio Disney Music Awards

Selena Gomez is The One

The 23-year-old half-Mexican American singer/actress picked up the sixth Radio Disney Music Awards trophy of her career at this year’s awards show.

Selena Gomez

Gomez was named Best Female Artist, her second win in the category. She first won the award in 2013.

But Gomez wasn’t the only Latina winner…

Camila Cabello, Ally Brooke Hernandez and Lauren Jauregui and their fellow Fifth Harmony members picked up two awards.

Fifth Harmony was named Best Music Group for the second straight year; the all-girl group also picked up the award for Fiercest Fans.

In all, Fifth Harmony has won six Radio Disney Music Awards in the last three years.

Becky G, meanwhile, picked up the fourth Radio Disney Music Awards trophy of her career.

The 19-year-old Mexican American singer/rapper picked up the award for Artist With the Best Style for the second straight year.

The awards ceremony, filmed at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles, aired on the Disney Channel on Sunday, May 1.

Here’s the full list of winners below.

You Know You Love Them — Best Music Group: Fifth Harmony
He’s the One – Best Male Artist: Ed Sheeran
She’s the One – Best Female Artist: Selena Gomez
The Bestest – Song of the Year: “Bad Blood” – Taylor Swift
XOXO – Best Crush Song: “Perfect”– One Direction
So Fantastic – Fiercest Fans: Harmonizers
The Buzz – Breakout Artist of the Year: Tori Kelly
The Freshest – Best New Artist: Kelsea Ballerini
So Happy – Best Song That Makes You Smile: “Better When I’m Dancing” – Meghan Trainor
#COOL – Radio Disney’s Most Talked About Artist: Taylor Swift
Stuck in Our Heads – Best Song to Lip Sync To: “What Do You Mean?” – Justin Bieber
That’s My Jam – Best Anthem: “Eyes Wide Open” – Sabrina Carpenter
Move! – Best Song to Dance To: “Focus” – Ariana Grande
Heartbreak – Best Breakup Song: “Bad Blood” – Taylor Swift
You’ve Got Swag – Artist With the Best Style: Becky G
Radio Disney Country Favorite Song: “Fly” – Maddie & Tae
Radio Disney Country Favorite Artist: Maddie & Tae

Lovato Earns Three Radio Disney Music Awards Nominations

Demi Lovato is a Radio Disney darling…

Nominations for this year’s Radio Disney Music Awards have been revealed, with the 22-year-old part-Mexican American singer-actress earning three nominations.

Demi Lovato

Lovato, a two-time RDMA award winner, is nominated in the Best Breakup Song category for her hit single “Really Don’t Care” (featuring Cher Lloyd).

Additionally, Lovato will compete against herself for Best Collaboration, after earning two nominations in the category. Her first came for her multi-nominated track “Really Don’t Care,” while the second came for her collab with The Vamps on “Somebody to You.”

Fifth Harmony, meantime, tied Lovato with three nods.

The all-girl group created on Fox’s second season of The X Factor, featuring Latina singers Ally Brooke Hernandez, Camila Cabello and Lauren Jauregui, will face off against One Direction and 5 Seconds to Summer in the Best Music Group category.

Additionally, Fifth Harmony’s track “Bo$$” is nominated for Catchiest New Song, while the group’s devoted Harmonizers have landed them a nod in the Fiercest Fans category.

But Fifth Harmony and Demi Lovato aren’t the only Latina nominees…

Becky G, last year’s Best New Artist winner, has earned two nods this year.

The 18-year-old Mexican American singer-rapper will compete in the Artist with the Best Style category, as well as in the Catchiest New Song section for her dancetastic single “Shower.”

Last but certainly not least, Selena Gomez, a four-time RDMA winner, has earned a nod in the Best Breakup Song category for her Justin Bieber-inspired single “The Heart Wants What It Wants.”

The 2015 Radio Disney Music Awards will take place on Saturday, April 25 at Nokia Theatre L.A. LIVE in Los Angeles. They’ll air the next day, Sunday, April 26 at 8:00 pm ET/PT on the Disney Channel.

Voting is open now through Sunday, April 5 at Disney.com, via the Radio Disney app, on Radio Disney’s Facebook and Twitter profiles, or by texting RDMA to Disney (347639).

Tickets for the award show have been made available for purchase now also at the official website.

Here’s the complete list of nominees for the 2015 Radio Disney Music Awards:

They’re The One – Best Music Group

  • 5 Seconds of Summer
  • Fifth Harmony
  • One Direction

He’s The One – Best Male Artist

  • Ed Sheeran
  • Nick Jonas
  • Pharrell Williams

She’s The One – Best Female Artist

  • Ariana Grande
  • Meghan Trainor
  • Taylor Swift

The Bestest – Song Of The Year

  • “Problem” (feat. Iggy Azalea) – Ariana Grande
  • “All About That Bass” – Meghan Trainor
  • “Shake It Off” – Taylor Swift

XOXO – Best Crush Song

  • “Jealous” – Nick Jonas
  • “Steal My Girl” – One Direction
  • “Can’t Blame a Girl For Trying” – Sabrina Carpenter

So FANtastic – Fiercest Fans

  • Directioners – One Direction
  • Harmonizers – Fifth Harmony
  • R5Family – R5

The Freshest – Best New Artist

  • Charli XCX
  • Echosmith
  • Shawn Mendes

So Happy – Best Song That Makes You Smile

  • “Happy” – Pharrell Williams
  • “Smile” – R5
  • “Sugar” – Maroon 5

#Cool – Radio Disney’s Most Talked About Artist

  • @arianagrande
  • @taylorswift13
  • @5sos

Stuck In Our Heads – Catchiest New Song (Presented By BAND-AID Brand)

  • “Shower” – Becky G
  • “Bo$$” – Fifth Harmony
  • “Classic” – MKTO

That’s My Jam – Best Song To Rock Out To With Your BFF

  • “Young Blood” – Bea Miller
  • “Cool Kids” – Echosmith
  • “Geronimo” – Sheppard

Move! – Best Song To Dance To

  • “Shake It Off” – Taylor Swift
  • “All About That Bass” – Meghan Trainor
  • “Too Cool to Dance” – Eden XO

Hit The Road – Best Breakup Song

  • “Really Don’t Care” (feat. Cher Lloyd) – Demi Lovato
  • “Heartbreak Heard Around the World” – Jacob Latimore
  • “The Heart Wants What It Wants” – Selena Gomez

You’re So Fancy! – Artist With The Best Style

  • Ariana Grande
  • Becky G
  • Zendaya Coleman

Musical Mashup – Best Collaboration

  • “Really Don’t Care” (feat. Cher Lloyd) – Demi Lovato
  • “Wrapped Up” (feat. Travie McCoy) – Olly Murs
  • “Somebody to You” (feat. Demi Lovato) – The Vamps

Becky G’s “Can’t Get Enough” Reaches No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Rhythm Airplay Chart

It’s an extra special first for Becky G

The 17-year-old Mexican American singer/rapper has climbed to No. 1 on Billboard’s Latin Rhythm Airplay chart with “Can’t Get Enough” (featuring Pitbull), resulting in her first Billboard chart-topper.

Becky G

The track, which Becky G released in English and Spanish, also gives Pitbull his fifth No. 1 on the chart. The coronation additionally scores the track’s producer, Dr. Luke, his first No. 1 on any Latin ranking.

Becky G, who was named Best New Artist at this year’s Radio Disney Music Awards, has been a protégé of Dr. Luke since he signed her to his Kemosabe Records imprint in 2011.

“Can’t Get Enough” enters Hot Latin Songs as the Hot Shot Debut at No. 10.

Per chart policy, in order to maintain its standing as a Spanish-language-based songs chart, only download sales of the Spanish version will count toward Hot Latin Songs, as will airplay accumulated by either version on Nielsen BDS-monitored Latin Airplay stations.

In addition, a portion of streaming points are incorporated, mirroring the song’s ratio of Spanish-to-English weekly download sales.

On Latin Airplay, the track leaps 21-2, climbing to 10.7 million audience impressions, a 90 percent surge.

A music video for the song is expected to be released on VEVO shortly.

Becky G is set to be a supporting act on a handful of Katy Perry dates on her Prismatic World Tour, which includes two shows in Mexico in October.

Gomez the Top Award-Winner at the Radio Disney Music Awards

She may not be a Disney Channel starlet anymore… But Selena Gomez is still a Radio Disney star.

The 21-year-old half-Mexican American singer/actress was the top prize-winner at the Radio Disney Music Awards, earning three awards at the awards ceremony, which was held on Saturday at Los Angeles’ Nokia Theatre.

Selena Gomez

Gomez took home the awards for Song of the Year for “Come & Get It,” Best Song To Dance To for “Birthday” and Most Talked About Artist.

Gomez’s Princess Protection Program co-star and fellow Disney Channel colleague Demi Lovato picked up two awards.

The 21-year-old part-Mexican American singer/actress and former The X Factor judge took home the Best Female Artist and Favorite Roadtrip Song for her popular single“Made In the USA.”

Lovato’s The X Factor season two cast mates Camila Cabello, Lauren Jauregui and Ally Brooke Hernandez also claimed two awards.

The Latina singers and their fellow Fifth Harmony band members picked up the Breakout Artist of the Year award, as well as the prize for – Best Song To Rock Out To With Your BFF forthe all-girl group’s single “Me & My Girls.”

Last but not least, rising star Becky G earned the first award of her career. The 17-year-old Mexican American singer-songwriter and rapper was named Best New Artist.

Other top winners included One Direction (Best Music Group), Justin Timberlake (Best Male Artist), and Taylor Swift (Fiercest Fans).

Fan voting began in late February through Radio Disney‘s Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.

Performers during the show included Ariana Grande, Becky G, Fifth Harmony, Austin Mahone and Zendaya.

The 2014 Radio Disney Music Awards will be broadcast on April 27 at 8 p.m. on the Disney Channel.

Here’s the full list of winners:

They’re The One – Best Music Group
One Direction

He’s The One – Best Male Artist
Justin Timberlake

She’s The One – Best Female Artist
Demi Lovato

The Bestest – Song Of The Year
“Come & Get It” – Selena Gomez

XOXO – Best Crush Song
“Still Into You” – Paramore

So FANtastic – Fiercest Fans
Swifties – Taylor Swift

The Buzz – Breakout Artist of the Year
Fifth Harmony

The Freshest – Best New Artist
Becky G

Musical Mashup – Best Musical Collaboration
“Everything Has Changed” – Taylor Swift feat. Ed Sheeran

So Happy – Best Song That Makes You Smile (Sponsored by ARM & HAMMER Tooth Tunes)
“Ooh La La” – Britney Spears

#Cool – Radio Disney’s Most Talked About Artist
Selena Gomez

Stuck In Our Heads – Catchiest New Song
“The Fox (What Does The Fox Say?)” – Ylvis

That’s My Jam – Best Song To Rock Out To With Your BFF
“Me & My Girls” – Fifth Harmony

Soundtraxx – Favorite Song From a Movie Or TV Show
“Let It Go” – Idina Menzel (“Frozen”)

Move! – Best Song To Dance To
“Birthday” – Selena Gomez

Hit The Road – Favorite Roadtrip Song
“Made In The USA” – Demi Lovato

You’ve Got Swag! – Artist With The Best Style (Sponsored by Justice)

Jauregui, Cabello & Hernandez’s Fifth Harmony Release “Miss Movin’ On” Video

Lauren Jauregui, Camila Cabello and Ally Brooke Hernandez may not have come away the winners of Fox’s The X Factor, but they are movin’ on to bigger and better things…

The Latina singers, members of the Simon Cowell-created all-girl group, have released the Vine-style video for their debut single “Miss Movin’ On.”

Fifth Harmony

The video – part sing-along party, part fun with markers – features the fresh-faced quintet holding up the colorfully written words to the kiss-off anthem. The girls are framed in a Vine-esque app, with the video’s quick edits in the style of the video service’s short shots.

The empowerment track fulfills the girl group’s promise to release “fun pop,” which the quintet made to Billboard at the Radio Disney Music Awards in April. The group was “really far along” with its debut album at that point, with a release anticipated this year on Epic Records.

Producers involved in Fifth Harmony’s debut album include Toby Gad and Julian Bunetta, with Fifth Harmony contributing songwriting as well.

Fifth Harmony finished in third place on the second season of The X Factor earlier this year.

Gomez Earns Radio Disney Music Awards

Selena Gomez has another award on her mantel…

The 20-year-old half-Mexican American singer/actress not only performed her brand new single “Come and Get It at the 2013 Radio Disney Music Awards over the weekend, she also took home one of the coveted trophies.

Selena Gomez

Gomez beat out Cher Lloyd, Taylor Swift and Bridgit Mendler for the She’s the One – Best Female Artist trophy at the ceremony held on Saturday, April 27 at Los Angeles’ Nokia Theatre.

It’s the Spring Breakers actress’ first ever Radio Disney Music Award.

Other winners include Justin Bieber, One Direction and Austin Mahone.


Here’s a complete look at the night’s big winners at the 2013 Radio Disney Music Awards:

  • Best Music Group: One Direction
  • Biggest Viral Artist: Austin Mahone
  • Song of The Year: “I Knew You Were Trouble” – Taylor Swift
  • Best Male Artist: Justin Bieber
  • Best Female Artist: Selena Gomez
  • Best Crush Song: “Had Me @ Hello” – Olivia Holt
  • Best Acoustic Performance: “Ready or Not” – Bridgit Mendler
  • Funniest Celebrity Take: “Sandwich Rap” – Coco Jones
  • Best Music Video: “Heard It on the Radio” – Ross Lynch
  • Fiercest Fans: One Direction (Directioners)

Thorne to Pen “Autumn Falls” Young Adult Book Series

She’s only a teenager, but Bella Thorne is already becoming the next Latina multi-hyphenate…

The 15-year-old half-Cuban actress and singer has sold Autumn Falls, a Young Adult book series, to Random House Children’s Books, according to the publisher.

Bella Thorne

The Disney Channel star’s story centers on a 14-year-old girl whose life is transformed after an encounter with magic.

“This book, although mysterious and magical, is inspired by different aspects of my personal life, which I hold very near and dear to my heart,” said Thorne, who is nominated for a Radio Disney Music Award. “I wanted to write a book that teens could relate to, but with a little bit of magic.”

Thorne, who was named to PopDust’s 18 Under 18 list last October, has gained acclaim for playing dancer Cece Jones on the network’s hit series Shake It Up, which is currently in its third season. She also has appeared on Big Love and My Own Worst Enemy.

TTYLXOX,” her 2012 debut single, sold more than 400,000 copies and appeared on the Billboard 100 chart.

Beverly Horowitz, vice president and publisher of the Delacorte Press Young Readers Group, praised Thorne’s “authentic and passionate voice,” promising that young female readers “will relate to Bella and her characters.”

Elise Allen will join Thorne as co-author.

Gomez to Launch Worldwide Tour to Promote New Album

Selena Gomez is preparing to take her music on the road…

The 20-year-old half-Mexican American singer/actress, who gave a sultry performance of her new single “Come and Get It” at the MTV Movie Awards, has announced a worldwide tour that will make stops in more than 50 cities.

Selena Gomez

The tour, to promote Gomez’s highly-anticipated summer album, starts in Vancouver, Canada on August 14, and wraps up on November 27 in St. Louis, with stops throughout Europe and North America.

Presale tickets for select cities and VIP packages will be available tomorrow (April 17), before all tickets go on sale April 20 via Ticketmaster.

Before the tour, fans can catch Gomez’s upcoming performance on April 27 at the Radio Disney Music Awards where she is nominated for Best Female Artist.

Here are Selena Gomez’s upcoming tour dates:

August 14: Vancouver, British Columbia (Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena)

August 16: Calgary, Alberta (Scotiabank Saddledome)

August 17: Edmonton, Alberta (Rexall Place)

August 18: Saskatoon, Saskatchewan (Credit Union Center)

August 19: Winnipeg, Manitoba (MTS Centre)

August 22: Ottawa, Ontario (Scotiabank Place)

August 23: Montreal, Quebec (Bell Center)

August 24: Toronto, Ontario (Air Canada Centre)

August 30: Copenhagen, Denmark (Falcon Theater)

August 31: Stockholm, Sweden (The Arena)

September 1: Oslo, Norway (Oslo Spektrum)

September 3: Amsterdam, Netherlands (Heineken Music Hall)

September 4: Antwerp, Belgium (Lotto Arena)

September 5: Paris, France (Zénith)

September 7: London, England (Hammersmith)

September 11: Lisbon, Portugal (Campo Pequeno)

September 12: Madrid, Spain (Palacio Vistalegre)

September 16: Milan, Italy (Alcatraz)

September 17: Vienna, Austria (Stadthalle)

September 19: Minsk, Belarus (Arena Minsk)

September 21: Kiev, Ukraine (Palace of Sport)

September 23: St. Petersburg, Russia (Ice Palace)

September 25: Moscow, Russia (Alena Olympisky)

October 10: Washington, D.C. (Patriot Center)

October 11: Pittsburgh, PA (Peterson Events Center)

October 12: Boston, MA (TD Garden)

October 15: Buffalo, NY (First Niagara Arena)

October 16: Brooklyn, NY (Barclays Center)

October 18: Philadelphia, PA (Wells Fargo Center)

October 19: Uncasville, CT (Mohegan Sun Arena)

October 20: Newark, NJ (Prudential Center)

October 22: Hershey, PA (Giant Center)

October 23: Louisville, KY (KFC Yum! Center)

October 25: Nashville, TN (Bridgestone Arena)

October 26: Atlanta, GA (Philips Arena)

October 27: Charlotte, NC (Time Warner Cable Arena)

October 29: Sunrise, FL (BB&T Center)

October 30: Tampa, FL (Tampa Bay Times Forum)

November 1: San Antonio, TX (AT&T Center)

November 2: Houston, TX (Toyota Center)

November 3: Dallas, TX (American Airlines Arena)

November 5: Phoenix, AZ (US Airways Center)

November 6: Los Angeles, CA (STAPLES Center)

November 8: San Diego, CA (Valley View Casino Center)

November 9: Las Vegas, NV (Mandalay Bay Events Center)

November 10: San Jose, CA (HP Pavilion)

November 12: Seattle, WA (Key Arena at Seattle Center)

November 14: Salt Lake City, UT (Energy Solutions Arena)

November 16: Denver, CO (1STBANK Center)

November 17: Kansas City, MO (Sprint Center)

November 19: Indianapolis, IN (Bankers Life Field House)

November 21: Minneapolis, MN (Target Center)

November 22: Chicago, IL (Allstate Arena)

November 23: Columbus, OH (Nationwide Arena)

November 26: Detroit, MI (Palace of Auburn Hills)

November 27: St. Louis, MO (Chaifetz Arena)

Sanchez to Present at the Radio Disney Music Awards

Jessica Sanchez has a date with Radio Disney

The 17-year-old half-Mexican American singer, who will be appearing on Fox’s Glee next month, will serve as a presenter at this year’s Radio Disney Music Awards.

Jessica Sanchez

The American Idol runner-up, who recently released the first single from her debut album, will make her appearance on the awards show being held on April 27 at the Nokia Theatre L.A. Live.

But Sanchez isn’t the only Latina set to present an award…

Selena Gomez, who performed her new single “Come and Get It” at this weekend’s MTV Movie Awards, will serve as a presenter and performer at the Radio Disney Music Awards. Gomez is also a two-time nominee.

Other presenters include Bella Thorne, Bridgit Mendler, Denise Richards, R&B singer Jason Derulo, NASCAR Daytona 500 champion Trevor Bayne and Zendaya.

Along with Gomez, Cher Lloyd, Mendler, Cody Simpson, Mindless Behavior, Austin Mahone and Coco Jones are also scheduled to perform.