(via E! Online Press Release) — Glee is currently shooting a tribute episode to Whitney Houston that will include eight songs from the late great musical icon, sources confirm to us exclusively.
Oprah Winfrey sits down with Whitney Houston’s daughter Bobbi Kristina, her sister-in-law and manager Patricia Houston and Whitney’s brother Gary Houston in an intimate interview to air as a special episode of “Oprah’s Next Chapter” Sunday, March 11 (9:00 – 10:00 p.m. ET/PT) only on OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.
Dear Buck (or shall i call you “JerBuck”)…
* Uh, honey, it’s a long “u” sound for Kid Cudi. Sings that song “Day and Night” check it out.
* The girl with the big hat was the guitarist from Michael Jackson’s “This Is It” tour. She had a huge moment in the documentary. Hmmm, wondering if you saw it.
* I’m with you on Rihanna. Outfit was wack. She looked like could hurt me with those spikes in her shoulder pads. Maybe it was a protective move in case someone tried to beat her in the car (i know… that was wrong… ha ha!)
Winners announced for 2009 American Music Awards. Performers included Lady Gaga, Whitney Houston, Jennifer Lopez and Adam Lambert
Winners of the 37th annual American Music Awards (AMA’s) were announced this evening to a sold out crowd, from the Nokia Theatre/LA Live. The show aired live on ABC at 8:00pm ET/ 7:00pm CT. Prior to the awards ceremony, there was a two-hour online red carpet show that streamed live on ABC.com, Facebook.com/celebs, Ustream.tv, and mycokerewards.com along with numerous other sites. The AMA Red Carpet Pre-Show set a new Ustream record for the largest red carpet webcast and farthest-reaching event on the leading internet broadcasting platform. The webcast achieved more than 3 million total views (Total viewers: 3.3 million / Total uniques: 2.1 million) during the 2 hour live event. For highlights and more information, visit ustream.tv/ASNLive.
November 23, 2009 — Tonight’s America Music Awards was like no other I have ever experience; kudos to Dick Clark Productions for an emotional, empowering, and entertaining production! The set-designs were awesome and applause to Larry Klein for suburb direction! I see an Emmy for this award show!