For those of you that have been watching The Real Housewives Of Vancouver over the past two season, you know that Mary Zilba has reignited her singing career with a new single called “Hero,” inspired by one of her three sons. The music video has finally come out and first debuted on MuchMoreMusic on Sunday. We’ve got it for you to check out below!
The video is actually really beautiful and well shot. The video is set on a ranch and Zilba sings about her song Chase being her inspiration, as he struggles to learn guitar even though doctors had told him that it wouldn’t be possible. As time passes, Mary’s actual son chase is in the video, playing guitar and singing to a pretty girl, as his mother looks on from the window, proud as can be.
Mary Zilba looks absolutely beautiful in the video and I think they absolutely nailed it in how they brought the lyrics to life and really told the story that Mary wanted to tell. Congratulations, Mary!
There are no words!!! Seriously, I’m absolutely speechless. This has to be the most outlandish and cheesiest thing I’ve seen in a long time. If you can’t wait til Tuesday, March 19 for ABC to premiere its newest celebrity reality competition, you’re in luck. The network released the first few minutes of Splash.
The over-the-top intro begins with what looks like your typical red carpet with photographers and stars strutting in their fancy duds. Turns out it’s a big ‘ol fake out. The red carpet is actually a diving platform. One by one they jump off performing ballroom type of choreography. If that wasn’t enough, synchronized swimmers wearing high heels and acrobats propelled by a swinging pendulum pop up. That’s all before the “celebrities” are introduced.
One thing is certain from the preview. What the ABC diving competition lacks in male eye candy when compared to FOX’s one-time diving special, “Stars In Danger: The High Dive,” which aired a couple of months earlier, the alphabet network makes up in budget. No expense was spared in this splashy (excuse the pun) intro.
On Friday night, Justin Timberlake ended his week on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon with two great performances. In total from past shows, Fallon and Timberlake have performed three different “History Of Rap” medleys. They decided to do it again and it was awesome. From Missy Elliot’s “Get Ur Freak On” to Notorious B.I.G.‘s “Hypnotize to Eminem’s “Lose Yourself” and many more – they covered twenty five different songs.
Justin Timberlake also performed a medley of some of his past greatest hits which included “Like I Love You” to “My Love,” “Cry Me a River, and “Señorita“. I’ve included both medleys below as well as the list of all the songs they included in the rap medley. Enjoy!
How awesome is the new poster promoting Season 6 of Mad Men? I love the old school vibe. It really pays homage to the illustration advertising popular during that era. In fact, show creator Matthew Weiner sought out Brian Sanders, a 75-year-old veteran of the golden era of magazine illustration, since his marketing team couldn’t quite recreate the look he wanted.
In addition to the wicked poster, AMC gave fans a first look at Season 6. Though it doesn’t include new footage, the clip features Weiner and some of the cast talking about what to expect from the new season. Weiner reveals it’ll be “a real journey into learning about Don [Draper].” Jon Hamm further adds, “There are two parts of life — the part that is public and the part that is private.” By all accounts, the upcoming season will be pretty dark. Be sure to catch all the action when the sixth season premieres on April 7 with a special two-hour episode.
Best Glee news in a while. Idina Menzel is returning to the FOX musical to reprise her role as Shelby Corcoran. The 41-year-old actress made her first appearance midway through the show’s first season and has appeared in more than ten episodes since. Lea Michele, Menzel’s onscreen daughter, broke the news via Twitter, “I spy @idinamenzel at #Glee today! So excited to have my mama back!”
Hopefully when Menzel returns in mid-April, a duet featuring Michele is part of her appearance. Their performances on “I Dreamed A Dream” and “Poker Face” are among two of my favorite duets on the show. Speaking of duet performances, last night’s “Feud” episode featured a couple of good ones. Brody (Dean Geyer) smoldered covering Marina & The Diamond’s “How To Be A Heartbreak.” Also fun to watch was Finn (Cory Monteith) and Mr. Schu’s (Matthew Morrison) boy band showdown covering ‘N Sync and the Backstreet Boys. My favorite though was Ryder (Blake Jenner) and Unique (Alex Newell) doing a Madonna/Elton John mashup. Check out all the performances below.
Justin Timberlake‘s week on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon continued last night with another live music performance and another comedic sketch. This time, the two pals did a sketch as if they were kids at summer camp.
In the sketch, it’s 1983 the two are young boys at summer camp, with braces and all.It’s bed time and everyone’s supposed to be quiet, but these two can’t help but sing “Africa” together. When you’re at a sleepover or camp with friends, of course you don’t want to go to be right away. The two rascals keep getting in trouble for making so much noise, but continue to sing and it’s a pretty funny sketch overall. I love Justin Timberlake and Jimmy Fallon together. Check out the funny video below.
At the end of Wednesday’s episode the overall mood of the house was slightly less chaotic. Suzette was coming to terms with her dawning eviction and AJ felt like the safest pawn in the history of Big Brother. His confidence was more than irritation as he continuously stated his only concern for eviction night was what to wear.
Tom’s power trip continued & his showmance with Liza left the rest of the Quatro alliance with mixed feelings. Liza’s strategy is to align herself with the guy in the house without each other knowing. Her plan only works if she gains the trust of them but so far it seems to be working. She’s got Tom, Peter & now Andrew, however Tom’s jealously has him setting his sights on Andrew. He even goes as far as to cuddle with Topaz in front of Liza to her jealous. Tom’s increasing obsession with Liza is beginning to worry his alliance. Holding all the power this week, the Quatro alliance looks to him for important game moves. His mood swings are giving them whiplash & they want to remove Liza from the picture. Peter, being secretly allianed with Liza, warned her that her relationship with to Tom may be putting her in danger. Emmett and Alec don’t trust her and want her gone to keep Tom’s mind focused on the game.
For an hour-long results show, tonight’s American Idol episode was pretty jam packed. Not that I’m saying there wasn’t filler, because there was. For the most part though, I enjoyed all of it, especially the Jimmy Iovine recap. Some feel this part is unnecessary, but I look forward to his insights. He should really be the fourth judge instead of Randy Jackson. Make it happen for Season 13 Nigel… make it happen.
On deck tonight to perform were Bon Jovi and Season 11 winner Phillip Phillips. Is it me, or has Phillips gotten cuter since last year? Perhaps, I’m just deprived of any eye candy this season. It wouldn’t be an elimination show without a group number from the contestants. They were pimped out to perform “Shine Your Way” from the upcoming animated film The Croods.
This season, Ryan Seacrest delivered the results a bit differently. Taking a page from The X Factor, the show revealed how all the singers placed with exception to the Top 3. Nigel Lythgoe decided to keep how the Top 3 placed a mystery. Wise move. As promised, Lythgoe revealed some geographic voting results. For instance, Devin Velez was tops in Puerto Rico, while Candice Glover dominated in her home state of South Carolina with 42% of the vote. Fierce. Find out how everyone placed below.