Over the last 36 hours, several songs and albums by Jonas Brothers have disappeared from Spotify and Apple Music. Apparently fans have pulled out all the stops and told the streaming providers they will boycott them until the Bros release their infamous book, Blood. Just kidding, most likely it’s all another bad publicity stunt to draw attention to new music… and to distract fans that Who’s In Your Head has completely tanked on Top 40 and the odds of hearing on the radio anymore is highly unlikely.
Aly & AJ have added new items to their online merch store, including A Touch of the Beat Deluxe Orange 2LP Vinyl and new Way Way Back embroidered windbreaker.
Sabrina Carpenter just shared about her upcoming single Fast Times. Pre-save here.
Republic Records has solidified an expansion of their historic alliance with South Korean global K-POP powerhouse JYP Entertainment—as announced today. Under this partnership, Stray Kids, ITZY, and TWICE will expand their global success, including the United States, with support from Republic Records alongside Imperial.
Regarding the partnership, JYP Entertainment CEO Jimmy Jeong commented, “We are beyond delighted to move forward with Republic Records, the most outstanding label in the United States, in developing the major artist roster of the two companies’ hereafter, starting with the successful kickoff TWICE has brought. We have absolute confidence that, together, we will lead the rapidly changing music industry from both in and out, alongside our prominent artists’ creations.”
Addison Rae was spotted wearing Chinese Laundry on her Instagram yesterday afternoon! The social media star looked effortlessly stylish wearing Chinese Laundry’s Parkside Bootie ($119.95, www.chineselaundry.com) while posing for a mirror selfie. Photo Courtesy of Addison Rae, Instagram.
2pm CST – Hotel Transylvania 2 (Nickelodeon)
Concerned that his half-human grandson isn’t showing his vampire side, Dracula (Adam Sandler) and his friends put the boy through a “monster-in-training” boot camp just as Drac’s old-school father (Megan Mullally) decides to pay a visit.
3pm CST – Journey to the Center of the Earth (SYFY)
A science professor (Brendan Fraser) and his nephew (Josh Hutcherson) encounter strange creatures and stranger lands as they travel beneath the Earth’s surface.
4pm CST – Hotel Transylvania (Nickelodeon)
Dracula’s plans to host a monsters-only celebration for his daughter Mavis’ birthday are complicated when an ordinary human unwittingly checks in at the luxurious Hotel Transylvania and falls for Drac’s daughter.
4pm CST – Selena (VH1)
A beautiful Mexican-American singer’s (Jennifer Lopez) skyrocketing international career ends abruptly.
6pm CST – Shrek (Paramount)
In order to save his home, a monster (Mike Myers) with a donkey (Eddie Murphy) makes a deal with a mean lord to rescue a beautiful princess (Cameron Diaz).
7pm CST – Secrets of Sulphur Springs: Crunch Time (Disney Channel)
The Tremonts are duped by the judge and have 48 hours to vacate their land; when Griffin and Daisy rush toward the portal with the crystal, everything goes black.
7:30pm CST – Holly Hobbie: The Jam Jam (Disney Channel)
When her parents get into a car accident, Holly decides to throw an open mic fundraiser to help out with Dad’s medical bills.
8pm CST – Holly Hobbie: The Shortsighted Scholar (Disney Channel)
Holly finds herself torn between her relationship with Oscar and her school work, when she must pass an upcoming assignment to avoid summer school.
8pm CST – Shrek 2 (Paramount)
A green ogre (Mike Myers), his new wife (Cameron Diaz) and a donkey (Eddie Murphy) find adventure while visiting his in-laws.