Thursday, February 5, 2009


  • The Jonas Brothers are going from the Disney Channel to the CW — for one night at least. The trio will host a night of 90210 and Privileged Feb. 10, when they'll also treat fans to a sneak peek of their new film, Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience.The JoBros will chat about their 3D-filmmaking experience and air a clip of them performing "Tonight" from the movie, shot during the band's "Burning Up" tour.Ensuring a direct CW connection will be 90210 star Jessica Lowndes, who will join Kevin, Nick and Joe for the evening's festivities.Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience hits theaters Feb. 27. [Source: TV Guide]
  • TV Guide interview & video with Demi Lovato on Sonny With A Chance, Selena Gomez, PPP, JB 3D Movie, Camp Rock 2, Don't Forget deluxe edition, spanish This is Me, & Kid's Inauguarl Concert-
  • First-time Grammy nominees the Jonas Brothers say they are each a bundle of nerves about Sunday’s big show – but are concentrating on singing, not winning.
    “I’m beyond nervous. I’m not even going to hide it at all,” Kevin Jonas, 21 tells PEOPLE. “We’re going to focus on the performance. That’s what we do best and that’s what we’ll put our minds on.”
    The brothers, who are nominated for best new artist, spoke to PEOPLE during a break from filming their upcoming Disney Channel series, JONAS. They are slated to perform during the Grammy primetime telecast – but are keeping mum about what they’ll be singing.
    Says 16-year-old Nick Jonas: “I can’t give away any secrets but there will be some big surprises.”
    Going out on a limb, Nick says that while “we would love to win, at the end of the day I think Adele is really amazing. I’d give her record, Chasing Pavements, record of the year.”
    Adds Nick: “The thing to say is even if we don’t win, it’s just an honor to be nominated. Of course that’s how we feel.”
    Joe, 19, echoes that sentiment saying, “Just to be in that room, performing on that stage is amazing.”
    The Grammy Awards air Sunday at 8 P.M. EST on CBS.
  • Push star Camilla Belle looks drop dead gorgeous on the March 2009 cover of Lucky magazine.
    The 22-year-old actress showed up to the mag’s photo shoot in Venice, California in a pitch-perfect, casually sleek look—a linen bomber
    jacket, printed tank, and her favorite Rock & Republic jeans.
    The L.A.-born actress, who is
    dating Joe Jonas, chatted to her Brazilian mother in Portuguese as she thumbed through the racks of clothes. While getting her hair and makeup done, Camilla talked about the screen-fighting techniques she learned in Hong Kong while filming the science-fiction thriller Push, in theaters tomorrow.
    “I had to do some intense
    action scenes,” says Belle. “Getting dressed up in these beautiful clothes is fun, but beating up a guy twice my size was a whole other high.”
  • The LA screening of the JB 3D Movie was yesterday. The boys were supposed to be there, but got caught up in filming their new show. Papa Jonas was there.
  • Disney Channel & Nick:SpongeBob gets top honors, coming in at #6 with 4.432 million viewers. Suite Life on Deck managed 3.751 million, followed by iCarly with 3.431 million, Drake & Josh with 2.908 million, and Hannah Montana with 2.863 million. CW and ABC Family:Smallville - 4.211 million,Supernatural - 3.565 millionSecret Life of the American Teenager - 3.114 millionGossip Girl - 1.613 millionOne Tree Hill - 1.415 millionKyleXY 1.239 million [Source: Tommy2]
  • In Concert Tomorrow:
    Ballas and Hough BandMexicali LiveTeaneck, NJ
    The CabHigher GroundS. Burlington, VT
    GlorianaHanford Fox TheatreHanford, CA
  • Buy Jonas Brothers Forever: The Unofficial Story of Kevin, Joe & Nick (Paperback)-
  • The Katie Couric's Grammy Special was yesterday night on CBS. It only included a super short clip of the Jonas Brothers. It had interviews with Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry, Lil' Wayne, & Taylor Swift. During the Taylor Swift interview, it showed clips of her dating ex-boyfried, Joe Jonas.

  • Taylor Swift’s new music video, “White Horse”, will premiere on THIS Saturday, February 7th @ 8:30PM ET/PT on CMT!
    The 19-year-old songstress dished to MTV recently about the vid. She shared, “This video is a lot different than the other videos that we’ve made, ’cause usually we’ve gone for bright colors and me looking straight to camera and singing. [This video is] a little more introspective. There’s an emotional scene in there where I had to cry for, like, three hours … bawl my eyes out for three hours. It was really interesting and sort of a new thing for me.” [Source: JJJ]
  • Grammy gets its party on this week with at least two Jennifer Hudson performances, a rap Dream Team of T.I., Kanye West, Lil Wayne and Jay-Z rockin’ the mic, plus teen queens Miley Cyrus and Taylor Swift on the same stage.
    Throw in the bashes celebrating Katy Perry, the Jonas Brothers, Akon and Rihanna, the celebration of pop, rock, hip-hop and country will spill far off the Staples Center stage, and PEOPLE has all the details:
    Grammy NightAfter Sunday’s awards telecast on CBS, nominees the Jonas Brothers and Coldplay will stop by the showpiece party of the night – the Woodstock-themed Grammy Celebration at the L.A. Convention Center, where Wolfgang Puck serves Shanghai lobster and red velvet cupcakes while Robin Thicke, The Time, and DJ Mick Boogie perform. At the bar? Patron and Ultimate Vodka.
    Across town at EMI Music and EMI Music Publishing’s bash at the SLS Beverly Hills Hotel, nominees like Perry and country heavyweights Lady Antebellum will party for a good cause at their UV Vodka-sponsored bash benefiting Stand Up For a Cure. Proceeds from an artist-autographed guitar auction go to the charity, a nonprofit that produces benefit concerts for lung cancer research and patient care.
    Meanwhile, Island Def Jam Chairman Antonio “L.A.” Reid’s fete will host artists including Rihanna, Kanye West, Ne-Yo and UK soul sensation Duffy.
    Chairman and CEO Doug Morris is back again this year with his annual viewing party. But instead of their usual blowouts, both Warner Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment are scaling back – WMG will host an intimate viewing party, while SME has invited nominees and presenters to a small post-show reception.
    And to close out the night, Nelly will let loose at the Universal Motown fete at the W’s Whiskey Blue. Elsewhere at the hotel, Akon will throw his own post-ceremony celebration.
    Also happening Grammy Week:
    WednesdayCatch Sara Bareilles at the Grammy Foundation’s 11th Annual Music Preservation Event: Music In Focus, which celebrates the intersection of music and photography. Need more art? Head to the Genius of Miles photo exhibition where nominee Leona Lewis is expected to honor the jazz great.
    ThursdayNow in its fifth year, the Peapod Foundation benefit concert with the Entertainment Industry Foundation will see the Black Eyed Peas take the stage. The group will be joined by Kid Rock and Slash for a high-energy concert presented by Adobe Youth Voices at the Conga Room.
    FridayThe big event of the night is the annual MusiCares Person of the Year soiree honoring Neil Diamond. More than 1,500 guests will be treated to a tribute performance of his classic tunes by artists including Jennifer Hudson, Adele, Coldplay, Tim McGraw and the Foo Fighters, following a reception and silent auction to benefit the MusiCares Foundation. The honoree himself will also grace the stage at the L.A. Convention Center.At the annual Friends and Family party, DJ AM spins while industry VIPs power-mingle at Paramount Studios. Those lucky enough to catch Timbaland at the Verizon and Blackberry Storm blowout at BLVD3 will be greeted with champagne cocktails at the club’s garden entrance. And in West Hollywood, artists like, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Ciara and Robin Thicke will support Def Jam artist The-Dream’s Redzone/RadioKilla soiree at STK.
    SaturdayThe guest and performer list is top-secret for the Pre-Grammy Gala and Grammy Salute to Industry Icons event honoring Clive Davis. But expect the cream of the A-list crop among the 900 VIPs (last year’s list included Whitney Houston, Alicia Keys, Rod Stewart, Pink and Carrie Underwood, who will pack the Beverly Hilton’s lavender- and violet-accented International Ballroom for a three-course meal and surprise performances in honor of industry legend Davis, the chief creative officer of Sony Music Worldwide.
    At the Montage Beverly Hills hotel, Cash Money Records fetes nominee Lil Wayne with a Mardi Gras-themed event that Paris Hilton and Maroon 5 are expected to attend. Meanwhile, Ne-Yo brings fast food to the glitterati with his annual McDonald’s midnight brunch at Kress. And earlier in the day, celebs like Kim Kardashian will head to the House of Hype’s brunch hosted by Pascal Mouawad. [Source: People]

  • The Jonas Brothers get up close and personal in this snippet of their appearance on Katie Couric’s All Access Grammy Special, which aired last night (February 4) on CBS.
    The musical trio dished on their greatest influence as well as who they would love to dine with. Check it:
    On their greatest influences:–
    Nick: “My father, Kevin Jonas, Sr. And also, my musical influences people like Elvis Costello, Johnny Cash, and Prince.”– Joe: “For me, as a performer, I would definitely say Bono and, of course, Mick Jagger. As a family figure, my Dad.”– Kevin: “My mother and father, they influence me greatly not only in a business sense but as a person. Musically, John Mayer, Johnny Cash, Prince, Elvis Costello, and Brad Paisley.”
    On who they would like to dine with:– Nick: “Somebody like Paul McCartney. Someone who’s been doing this for so many years and has a lot of amazing stories to tell.”– Joe: “Jim Carrey. I’m a really big fan of his work!”– Kevin: “Any former president. They had to learn so much in office, I think it would be great to learn from them.”
    The JoBros are nominated for Best New Artist and will also be performing at the Grammy Awards. The Grammys air THIS Sunday, February 8th @ 8PM on CBS.
  • The Fearless Tour concert at the Staples Center on May 22 presale will start tomorrrow.Pre-ordering for fan club members ends today. I WANTED TO GO, BUT IT WAS TOO EXPENSIVE & THERE WEREN'T GOOD SEATS LEFT ANYMORE ALREADY :(