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Lance Bass Commemorates 'NSYNC's 20-Year Anniversary

Wanna feel old? Today marks the 20th anniversary of the start of 'NSYNC. At least, that's according to member Lance Bass, who commemorated the milestone on Twitter Thursday. "20 years ago today I met some of the coolest dudes on the planet! Wow how time flies! Happy 20th #NSYNC!!" he writes. He also posted a happy photo of the fivesome. While the boy band never officially broke up, they went on a permanent hiatus in 2002. Since then, Justin Timberlake became a solo superstar, Lance and Joey Fatone both competed on Dancing with the Stars, and JC Chasez served as…

posted 2015/10/01 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

A Hungry Sam Smith Searches for McDonald’s in Rio

Sam Smith has been eating a healthier diet lately. But after a night of partying in Rio de Janeiro recently, all he wanted was some McDonald’s. In a video obtained by TMZ, Sam encounters a group of Brazilian fans while on a mission for fast food. Much to his dismay, they inform him the nearby McDonald’s is closed for the night. Sam is noticeably bummed and exclaims, “I need food!” But he does stop to take some photos with the fans. Sam was in the Brazilian city to perform at the Rock in Rio concert this weekend. No word on…

posted 2015/10/01 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Ed Sheeran Wrote Song for Justin Bieber's New Album, but Not One Direction's

Ed Sheeran keeps adding to his ever-growing list of songwriting credits. In a new interview with Australia’s Sunrise morning show, Justin Bieber revealed that Ed wrote a track for the Biebs’ upcoming album. Justin said he’s a “big fan” of Ed’s, but wouldn’t give any more details about the tune. Justin later told New Zealand radio show The Edge he'll reveal the name of his album “within the next couple of weeks.” He confirmed it’s a one-word title. Ed has written, or co-written, songs for many of today’s biggest pop acts, including Justin’s album release day rivals One Direction, as…

posted 2015/10/01 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Fifth Harmony Says "We're Not Goin' Nowhere"

Fifth Harmony is not breaking up. Contrary to recent reports in Latina magazine that seemed to imply the group was headed for a split, a rep for the ladies tells Billboard they will continue to make sweet harmonies together for the foreseeable future. "All five members of Fifth Harmony are currently in the studio hard at work on their second studio album for Epic Records," the rep says. "They are all extremely excited about releasing a new album together and are not going anywhere." The ladies confirmed this, posting an Instagram photo of themselves in the studio with the caption:…

posted 2015/10/01 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Selena Gomez Says Body Shamers Influenced New Album

Selena Gomez managed to turn negative comments from body shamers into something positive. The singer tells Flare magazine the criticism about her weight actually inspired her latest album. “The album title came out of a moment I had in Mexico,” she says. “I had taken a few of the producers there because I wanted to remove everybody from their environment in L.A. While we were away, I was getting criticized [by the media] because I had gained weight. I was really bummed when I found out all that stuff was going on, and that’s when I was like, ‘I’m so…

posted 2015/10/01 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Who'll Be Nominated for a Grammy This Year? Some Predictions

September is over, and that means the deadline for Grammy Awards eligibility has passed.  If an artist released a song or album between October 1, 2014 and September 30, 2015, it's eligible for consideration. So who are some of the likely candidates?  Well, some are pretty obvious. The music industry website HitsDailyDouble predicts that for Album of the Year, there are three discs that seem obvious: Taylor Swift's 1989, The Weeknd's Beauty Behind the Madness, and rapper Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp a Butterfly.  One of the remaining two slots could be taken by a country album such as Sam Hunt's…

posted 2015/10/01 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Fall Out Boy Is Taking Their "Art Piece" Overseas Starting Tonight

Fall Out Boy kicks off their overseas tour tonight in Dublin, Ireland, and bass player Pete Wentz says this time around, they're actually going to give their fans overseas the same concert experience that their fans in the U.S. got to have earlier this year with their Boys of Zummer tour. "I think we’re going to try our best to make it a continuation of the theme we had going for this tour," Wentz tells ABC Radio. "I think it’s important when you create an art piece to kind of take it out into the world as a whole...sometimes I…

posted 2015/10/01 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

NBC Nixes Adam Levine-Produced Project

A TV project Maroon 5 frontman Adam Levine was set to produce for NBC has fallen through. Deadline reports NBC has decided not to move forward with The 1970s, described as a limited drama series. Apparently, the project may have become too expensive for the network. The 1970s would have focused on the real-life battle between independent music companies and big corporations in that decade, and featured contemporary artists performing classic songs from the '70s. Producers may shop the project to other networks, according to Deadline. Adam still has a relationship with NBC, of course, as a coach on The…

posted 2015/10/01 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR


R. City Announces Album Track List, US Tour Dates

Riding high on the success of their song “Locked Away” with Adam Levine, R. City has revealed the track list for their upcoming album and announced their first headlining U.S. tour dates. The Caribbean duo, brothers Theron and Timothy Thomas, will release the 14-track What Dreams Are Made Of on October 9. If you pre-order the album now, you’ll get two newly added instant downloads of the songs “Don’t You Worry” and “Make Up” featuring singer-songwriter Chloe Angelides. The day before their album drops, R. City will hit the road for a brief East Coast trek. They’ll hit Philadelphia first,…

posted 2015/09/30 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Miley Cyrus Teases She’s Hosting "SNL" “with or Without Clothes”

Miley Cyrus is hosting the 41st season premiere of Saturday Night Live this weekend, and she might be doing it naked. In a series of new promos featuring SNL cast member Taran Killam, Miley pokes fun at her preference for nudity and revealing outfits. “Hey I’m Miley Cyrus and I will be your host and musical guest on this week’s season premiere of Saturday Night Live, with or without clothes. We’re not sure yet,” she says. Taran assures that her gig will be happening “with clothes,” but Miley retorts, “We’ll see.” In another clip, Taran is annoyed that Miley didn’t…

posted 2015/09/30 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Nick Jonas Talks About Feeling "Washed Up at 21" in New Docuseries

Nick Jonas has created a successful post-Jonas Brothers solo career for himself, but just a couple of years ago he thought he might be all washed up. In the latest episode of the new Live Nation TV docuseries Business as Usual, Nick opens up about his fears of being a has-been at the age of 21. “At 21 to feel kind of like washed up is a horrible feeling,” he says in the half-hour episode, which is available now on YouTube. “But it’s probably a question a lot of 22-year-olds coming out of college ask themselves: ‘What am I doing…

posted 2015/09/30 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR

Selena Gomez Blocks Out Media Scrutiny: “I Just Don’t Care Anymore”

When Selena Gomez was making her latest album Revival, she left her cares at the door. The singer tells Time magazine that recording her first album since breaking away from her Disney-owned label was a liberating experience. “This record is me feeling like I can breathe,” she says. “I just don’t care anymore. Working with Disney, I had a certain amount of my respect for my image. And I do still -- everything I want to do has such a quality to it. I just don’t care about the noise anymore. It drives me crazy.” That “noise” includes media scrutiny…

posted 2015/09/30 by Music News From ABC News Radio - CHR