Latest News on Justin Bieber
X-FACTOR Finalist Drew Ryniewicz Joins Anti-Bullying Music Tourby BWW News Desk - Dec 31, 2014
National recording artist, Top 6 X-Factor USA finalist, and fan favorite Drew Ryniewicz of Chino Valley, Ariz. will perform on the Allstar Nation Tour in front of thousands of students at a dozen Texas schools starting the week of Monday, January 26 at Tomball Junior High School in Houston. (more...)
Tomorrow Night, Wed., Dec. 31/14 CBC-TV Air Farce New Year's Eve Specialby Dennis Kucherawy - Dec 30, 2014
New Year's Eve is a retrospective time when we take a break and glance back at special memories. CBC-TV's Air Farce's New Year's Eve special is no exception with its current affairs jokes, like this one from the recent past: What does Justin Bieber have in common with Times Square in New York on New Year's Eve? (more...)
Possible Justin Bieber Album on the Horizon?by BWW News Desk - Dec 30, 2014
Accord to MTV Twitter, Justin Bieber revealed some interesting information about a possible upcoming new album coming. (more...)
VIDEO: Justin Bieber Wows Fans with Skateboarding Skills in Front of NY's Madison Square Gardenby TV News Desk - Dec 30, 2014
Pop star Justin Bieber caused a scene at New York City's Madison Square Garden on Sunday as he attempted to master the art of skate boarding down a flight of stairs in front of the famed arena. (more...)
Did Justin Bieber Lie About Receiving Private Jet for Christmas?by TV News Desk - Dec 30, 2014
The jet Bieber posed on is a G4, which is indeed for sale, but was not purchased by Bieber or by a generous friend as a Christmas gift. (more...)
Justin Bieber Named Worst Celebrity Neighbor in 2014; Jimmy Fallon Voted Most Desirable Neighbor for Second Year in a Rowby BWW News Desk - Dec 29, 2014
SEATTLE, Dec. 29, 2014 /PRNewswire/ Americans would most like to be neighbors with comedian and late-night-show host Jimmy Fallon in 2015, according to the eighth annual Zillow Celebrity Neighbor Survey i. Pop star Justin Bieber was named the least desirable neighbor of 2014, earning the most 'worst neighbor' votes in the survey's eight-year history. (more...)
Photo: Justin Bieber Receives New Private Jet from Santa this Christmasby BWW News Desk - Dec 26, 2014
Pop star Justin Bieber turned to Instagram today to share a picture of the new jet he received as a Christmas present this holiday season. (more...)
Tony Nominee Todd Graff to Develop Music Drama for The CWby TV News Desk - Dec 23, 2014
The CW Network is teaming with producer Scooter Braun and Tony nominee Todd Graff to develop an all-new musical drama. (more...)
Singer Songwriter Travis McClung, Releases Two Singles 'Losing You' and 'Cloud 9'by BWW News Desk - Dec 22, 2014
Pop/soul singer and songwriter, Travis McClung, has become the official artist of "Love & Hip Hop Atlanta's" VH1 theme song. (more...)
Instagram Purge Causes Bieber, Oprah, and More to Lose Thousands of Followersby BWW News Desk - Dec 20, 2014
Much to the chagrin of many celebrities, Instagram has purged millions of accounts. (more...)
VIDEO: First Look - Zedd Documentary THE MOMENT OF CLARITY, Premiering on Vevoby TV News Desk - Dec 16, 2014
Titled 'The Moment Of Clarity', the 26-minute documentary will air on Palladia on Dec. 21 at 10 p.m. (ET). Check out a trailer below. (more...)
Saxophonist Dave Koz Joins Barry Manilow's ONE LAST TIME! Tour as Special Guestby BWW News Desk - Dec 15, 2014
One more door opened today as Barry Manilow announced that the GRAMMY nominated Koz will be a special guest on his ONE LAST TIME! Tour in 2015. (more...)
Miley Cyrus and Jaden Smith MGID's Most Clickable Celebrities in Native Advertising for 2014by BWW News Desk - Dec 11, 2014
Celebrity "click factor" is derived from an algorithm that aggregates
data on user engagement and virality among millions of visitors to
entertainment, lifestyle and sports publishers. MGID uses "click factor"
to identify the entertainment topics that are most desirable by the
end-user and can help inform content creators and advertisers relevant
audience trends. (more...)
BC/EFA's GYPSY OF THE YEAR Competition Breaks Records With Over $5 Million; Hugh Jackman's THE RIVER Brings in Top Donationby BWW News Desk - Dec 9, 2014
The 26th annual edition of Gypsy of the Year raised a record-breaking $5,229,611 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS thanks to six weeks of fundraising by 64 Broadway, Off-Broadway and national touring companies. (more...)
BWW Reviews: Playhouse Has a Right to 'Crow' About PETER PANby Joseph Baker - Dec 8, 2014
Having witnessed the stultifying, bloated NBC production of PETER PAN LIVE (what were the 'powers that be' thinking would hold a child's attention span for three hours, however padded with yet more Peter Pan plugs from Walmart?), I was reluctant to attend Playhouse on the Square's annual production of the James Barrie children's classic. I am probably one of the handful of reviewers to recall the 1955 NBC production (and later one as well) with the legendary pairing of Mary Martin and Cyril Ritchard (whose fruity, overly ripe 'Captain Hook' would make Johnny Depp's 'Jack Sparrow' seem more like a white collar executive). As an IPad-free child inured to black and white fare, it hardly mattered that Mary Martin was, to put it politely, mature; that the production values were clunky; that the wires and 'Tinker' herself were glaringly apparent. In short, I was captivated. Yet, Martin possessed the kind of spunk and spontaneity that made us children believe (not to mention that she had the kind of singing voice that made her a legendary Broadway performer, as evidenced by SOUTH PACIFIC and SOUND OF MUSIC). She could make a child want to fly. Allison Williams, last evening's 'Peter,' lacked that optimistic boyishness (though she had the tomboyish Hilary Swank look 'nailed') and, despite having a pleasant enough voice, often seemed out of breath; but Chrisopher Walken, whom I like and who I initially thought would be inspired casting, seemed to have wandered in from a cocktail party hosted by zombies. His dancing made that of the Monster in YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN seem as nimble as that of Fred Astaire. Despite the wonderful lyrics by Carolyn Leigh, Betty Comden and Adolph Green, and despite the 'ear candy' musical score by Mark Charlalp and Jule Stein, those long, middle stretches in Neverland made me wonder if it would Neverend. (more...)
BWW Interview: Iron Sheik Discusses Documentary, Career, Drug Use, Justin Bieberby Matt Tamanini - Dec 8, 2014
For professional wrestling fans who came to the 'sport' in the 80s, there was likely no one they hated more than The Iron Sheik, but the life of Hossein Khosrow Ali Vaziri is more than just his wrestling persona. The former Iranian National Wrestling Champion fled the country in the early 1970's and became a member of the United States Olympic coaching staff before moving from the mat to the squared circle. (more...)
'Stars That Make A Difference' Book to be Released 2015, Says Authorby BWW News Desk - Dec 7, 2014
Fans of such celebrities as Daniel Radcliffe, Ellen Degeneres, Marie Osmond or Taylor Swift can take comfort in knowing that they will soon be able to read more positive details about their favorite stars.
'We're looking at launching the first book shortly after the beginning of the year,' author Randy Jernigan told a Denver, Colorado radio station in an interview last month. 'This book series is the result of a lot of hard work. Not just in interviews, research and writing, but when you're dealing with celebrities it seems as if you have endless meetings with their reps-attorney's, agents and pr people. Before we publish we have to get the 'all clear' from their people. I think we're only waiting on one last approval and then we go to press.'
Writing about the private lives of celebrities has been Randy Jernigan's bread and butter for the last twenty-two years, doing magazine features on Tom Cruise, Brittney Spears, even Justin Bieber. But, according to Jernigan, you're not about to find those names in his book.
'I've been very selective about who is included in this book series,' explained the author. ''Stars That Make A Difference' is about celebrities that have good reputations for giving back. Those celebs known for caring about their fans and their communities. Not to disrespect the kid but you're not about to find a biographical sketch of Bieber in one of my books-just not gonna happen,' Jernigan told the interviewer.
When Jernigan first announced that he would be publishing biographical sketches on Radcliffe and Degeneres, the online tabloid press had a field day.
'They attributed things to me that I never said and sensationalized what I did say and caused my book project to look like it was going to be a tell all piece about these really great people that I have a great amount of respect for. This project is a far cry from a tell all,' explained the author.
In the radio interview Jernigan made mention of the work actor Daniel Radcliffe does freely for the 'Trevor Project' and that of Marie Osmond and her devotion to sick children and 'The Children's Miracle Network.' Other stars to be included in the series are Ellen Degeneres and Taylor Swift. Both know for their big hearts and giving to those in need.
According to officials at Creative Partners Publishing, the book will be released digitally for the first year, then go to paperback.
'Stars That Make A Difference' will be available at Amazon's Kindle and other digital platforms early next year. (more...)
MARIE ANTOINETTE, GRAND CONCOURSE and More Set for Steppenwolf's 2015 Season; Tickets Go on Sale Todayby BWW News Desk - Dec 5, 2014
Steppenwolf Theatre Company kicks off the New Year with the Chicago premiere production of Marie Antoinette (February 5, 2015 - May 10, 2015), a modern, witty take on the young queen of France by David Adjmi (Elective Affinities, 3C) and directed by Robert O'Hara (Bootycandy). Next is the US premiere of The Herd (April 2, 2015 - June 7, 2015), the deftly comic story of a suburban English family by actor-playwright Rory Kinnear. Ensemble member and Tony Award winner Frank Galati directs in place of previously announced director K. Todd Freeman, who had an artistic scheduling conflict. Ensemble member Lois Smith joins the cast of The Herd, which features fellow ensemble members Francis Guinan and John Mahoney. (more...)
'Santa Claus is Coming to Town' Tops ASCAP's List of Holiday Songs of the Century by BWW News Desk - Dec 4, 2014
This year, ASCAP brings its 100th birthday celebration into the holiday season by unwrapping the top 30 ASCAP holiday songs of all time. Topping the list is 'Santa Claus Is Coming to Town,' written by Fred Coots and Haven Gillespie. (more...)
Fresh Beat Band Comes to PPAC Tonightby BWW News Desk - Dec 4, 2014
The Fresh Beat Band, Nickelodeon's preschool music group and stars of the Emmy Award-winning TV series of the same name, head back on the road for a brand-new nationwide concert tour. The Fresh Beat Band Greatest Hits Live presented by Nickelodeon will travel to the Providence Performing Arts Center (PPAC) in Providence, RI tonight, December 4, 2014 at 6:30P. (more...)
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