It's May, which means you may or may not have a wedding, bridal shower, graduation, etc this Sunday. But we promise, you're going to want to clear your calendar and get home to a TV by 8pm on Sunday night. The Billboard Music Awards are on and they're going to be major. Breaking News: Beyonce is Pregnant Again! Here's 5 reasons why you're going to want to tune in. Starting with... 1. Tracy Morgan is hosting. Random, maybe, considering he's a comedian and not a musician. But he is funny, and we'll watch anything that's funny. And makes fun of Justin Bieber (in a loving way, of course). 2. The performance line-up is ridiculous. Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars, Miguel, Justin Bieber, Pitbull, Christina Aguilera, Selena Gomez, the Band Perry, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Jennifer Lopez, Ed Sheeran, Akon, Icona Pop and Ne-Yo will be performing at the event. Um, hi, best concert ever. Watch: Miley Cyrus Dishes on Her Relationship Drama 3. Miley Cyrus will be revealing some major news. Miley's been pretty vague about what she's going to do at the Billboards, but she's been tweeting and Facebooking up a storm about the huge announcement around her new single, "We Can't Stop." Will she perform it? Play a snippet? Show us a music video? So many possiblities. 4. There's, like, millions of nominees. Check out the full list of finalists here at Billboard.com, but some highlights include Rihanna, Taylor Swift, One Direction, Adele, fun., and basically everyone else who has some songs on the radio. Photos: Pop Stars To Replace the Judges on American Idol 5. Madonna is getting honored. Basically every day of Madge's life is an honor, but the Billboards are presenting Madge with the Top Touring Artist award because her MDNA tour was the biggest-selling concert tour of 2012. No big deal. Oh yeah, and Prince is getting honored, too. Oh, and also, we'll be live tweeting the show! Make sure you're following us @OKMagazine for our commentary. And join in on the chat, too! Watch: Which Famous Sister Has a New Clothing Line? The #BBMAs air live from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas at 8pm ET starting on ABC! Are you going to watch? Whose performance do you think will be the best? Tweet us @OKMagazine now, during and after the show with your thoughts! Photo credit: Billboard.com
I'll be the first to admit that the plot on this season of Glee, which officially ended last week, has been meh. But the music? Always good. And even though I listen to the radio and I read the internet and duh, I'm an Entertainment Editor, sometimes the way I find out about the best new music is from Glee. Don't judge me. OK! News: Vote For Glee in the OK! TV Awards! For every Britney Spears song or Katy Perry song that the gleeks sing, there's always a few randos originally sung by up-and-coming bands or indie singers or whatever that are just so good. Sometimes better than the original versions! And here are my ten faves from all four seasons. Read on with me, please... Photos: Storyline Ideas for Pregnant Heather Morris on Glee OK! News: Everything That Happened on Glee This Season 1. "Closer" by Tegan and Sara. I've heard of Tegan and Sara before, but honestly, I didn't know any of their songs until New Directions sung "Closer" this season. The gleeks just look like they're having SO much fun singing it, which I also do when I belt it out in my bedroom. 2. "New Year" by A Great Big World. What is this band? I don't know. But when Glee did this song in their Christmas episode, it became my anthem on NYE 2012. And this black and white performance was just the BEST because those are my favorite colors. 3. "We Are Young" by fun. OK, now I know who fun. is. But Glee did this song in season 3 when the band and this song were just becoming popular, and I lked the Glee version of the song before I liked the original. Now I like both though. Also, Quinn is on this! Bring. Her. Back. 4. "How To Be a Heartbreaker" by Marina and the Diamonds. I knew a tad bit about Marina before this song happened, (like the fact that she's not American and that she draws a little heart below her eye as her signature thing), but Brody and Rachel singing it this past season solidified my love of it. So much emotion, you know? 5. "Jar of Hearts" by Christina Perri. I recognized the name Christina Perri because I knew her as the girl who sung all those songs on the Twilight soundtracks. But 'Jar of Hearts' became my jam once Rachel sung it on-stage at junior prom when she and Quinn were fighting over Finn. Good times. 6."Animal" by Neon Trees. Fine, I knew this song before the Warblers sung it in season 2. But I'm pretty sure this is the first Klaine duet ever so it holds a special place in my heart. 7. "Forget You" by Cee Lo Green. Um, doesn't everyone share this sentiment? Cee Lo was just becoming Cee Lo (rather than Gnarls Barkley) when Gwyneth Paltrow and New Directions performed this song in season 2, episode 7. And now, next to "Don't Stop Believin'," it's a true Glee classic. 8. "Next To Me" by Emile Sande. Emile is getting big as we speak, and I think Rachel and Shelby singing her song on Glee is just the boost she needs to hit it majorly huge in the US. Because when Lea Michele and Idina Menzel sing one of your songs, you know you're awesome. 9. "It's Time" by Imagine Dragons. I was certain that season 4 would suck (which is still debateable), but it did not suck when they kicked it off with this song in episode 1. Imagine Dragons has a few songs but this one is still my favorite. 10. "Wings" by Little Mix. The New Directions' competition sung this gem by Little Mix in this season's regionals. These gals are about to majorly break in the US (one of them dating Zayn Malik from One Direction is only helping matters) so keep a lookout, and then thank me (well, thank Glee) for introducing you to them early. Watch: Glee's Most Controversial Moments Ever Which of these songs have you become obsessed with from Glee? Any others I missed? Are you excited to see what happens when the show returns in the fall? Tweet us @OKMagazine! Photo credit: Fox
In honor of National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, we've gathered photos of your favorite celebrities enjoying this yummy holiday! Want to bake the most delicious warm, gooey cookies ever? Check out these special recipes from Tate's Bake Shop! News: Warm, Gooey Recipes to Celebrate National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day Watch: Wendy Williams Talks Reese Witherspoon's Arrest Photos: See Prince Harry in Action on His Tour of the United States Did you celebrate National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day? Tell us on Twitter @OKMagazine and in the comment section below!
May 15, 2013 – Cannes/Santa Monica- Myriad Pictures and Depth of Field, in association with Culmination Productions announced today that Seann William Scott (Role Models, American Reunion, Goon) will star in the comedy Guidance. Written by Matteson Perry (Cops & Robots) and directed by Ira Rosensweig (Think Tank), the film tells the story of a down-on-his-luck high school counselor who begins to alter transcripts to help a student that reminds him of himself. Guidance will also star Leslie Bibb, as the new teacher who is the object of Scott’s affection, and who ultimately inspires him to become the best version of himself. Myriad has acquired worldwide distribution rights, and will be selling the film at this week’s Cannes Marche du Film. In the film, Scott plays a disillusioned guidance counselor who sees a wayward student heading down the same road he once traveled. He takes it upon himself to lie on the student’s behalf to get him into a better university, hoping to give him a chance at a better life. This leads to a comedic web of deceit for which neither he nor the student were ready. Guidance is to be produced by Depth of Field’s Chris & Paul Weitz and Andrew Miano (Admission, A Single Man, Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist, About a Boy; creators of American Pie franchise) and Tom Butterfield of Culmination Productions. Ira Rosensweig and Pavlina Hatoupis will also serve as producers. Myriad’s Kirk ... Read More »
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