Good mornin’! We’re five days into 2010, and so much has changed, you guys. We’re standing on the brink of a brand-new era, with a beckoning future full of promise, and… okay, yeah, Susan Boyle is still running this show. Will the “I Dreamed A Dream” singer be dethroned on the charts today? (Uh, no.) But there’s plenty of other fresh stuff brewing across the interwebz today:
Did You Hear?
:: Kelly Clarkson has been on Twitter for one day only and already has over 100,000 followers. Sanjaya’s (possibly fake) Twitter account: 1,000 and counting! [@kelly_clarkson]
:: The People’s Choice Awards are tonight at 8 p.m. on CBS. Mariah Carey won’t be performing, but we predict that her boobs will be entertaining us all night. [People's Choice]
:: Green Day’s American Idiot Broadway musical will start previews on March 24. We can’t wait to see the inevitable mosh pit in the orchestra seats. [EW Music Mix]
:: Jennifer Lopez thought she could have won an Oscar for El Cantante. If that’s true, then I deserve a Pulitzer for writing this sentence. [Daily Intel]
:: The Bachelor’s eligible dude of the season shares his music playlist. Surprisingly: no 70s porno funk. [ABC]
Behind the jump: Ke$ha rocks Conan tonight, and a few other daily surprises.
Music On TV Tonight:
:: Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC) – Bat For Lashes, Joss Stone (Repeat)
:: Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien (NBC) – Ke$ha
:: Lopez Tonight (TBS) – Marc Anthony (Repeat)
:: Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC) – Clipse
:: Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) – Julian Casablancas
Music on TV Tomorrow Morning:
:: The View (ABC) – Snoop Dogg (Repeat)
VIDEO REWIND OF THE DAY: January is always a good time to think about longevity, and Jan. 6 in particular is a good day to think about the longevity of Mariah Carey. Three times in the past sixteen years, Nick Cannon’s better half has held the #1 spot on the Billboard chart on this date — a track record that began with this little ditty, the one she customarily performs to close out her concerts, including her New Year’s Eve gig at Madison Square Garden. Ladies and germs, here’s 1993’s “Hero,” written by Mariah Carey and Walter Afanasieff:
Have a great day, everybody!
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