I Still Believe is the name of a song by Christian singer-songwriter Jeremy Camp, and now it’s also the name of a movie about his life and the tragic turn it took when his wife died of cancer just months after they were wed. Riverdale’sKJ Apa stars as Camp in the film, and he says that making the film and getting to know Camp have had a huge impact on his life. (Click on the media bar below to hear KJ Apa)
I Still Believe will be available for streaming rental on demand this Friday.
THE VOICE — Promo Shoot — Pictured: (l-r) Blake Shelton, Nick Jonas — (Photo by: Evans Vestal Ward/NBC)
For the first time since John Legend came aboard in Season 16, there’s a rookie in one of the coaches’ chairs on The Voice. Nick Jonas is the new addition, and he brings a lot of experience to the panel — though he’s only 29 now, he signed his first major-label record deal 16 years ago! Between his solo career and the Jonas Brothers, he’s put 15 singles in Billboard’s Top 40, and he’s got an extensive history of recording, touring, and acting. Looking at all the things his new co-worker has done, The Voice coach Blake Shelton thinks Jonas was a brilliant choice. (Click on the media bar below to hear Blake Shelton)
THE VOICE — “Blind Auditions” Episode 1802 — Pictured: Kelly Clarkson — (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)
After one of her contestants won last season on The Voice, Kelly Clarkson’s got an enviable track record on the show: three wins in four seasons. (By comparison, longtime coach Adam Levine had three winners in his 16 seasons.) This season, she’s looking to find a fourth winner, and she spoke to us about what she’s looking for as she’s building her team. (Click on the media bar below to hear Kelly Clarkson)
THE VOICE — “Blind Auditions” — Pictured: Nick Jonas — (Photo by: Trae Patton/NBC)
There’s no doubt that Nick Jonas will be feeling a little bit of pressure as a coach on The Voice. Not just because he’ll be taking Gwen Stefani’s chair, but because he’ll be working alongside — and competing against — three Voice veterans: Black Shelton, Kelly Clarkson, and John Legend. However, if he’s worried, Jonas isn’t showing it. In fact, he feels like being the new guy just may work to his advantage. (Click on the media bar to hear Nick Jonas)
The Voice airs Monday and Tuesdays nights at 8/7c on NBC.
If there’s anybody who knows the power and potential of American Idol, it would be Adam Lambert. The show has opened doors and created opportunities for Lambert beyond his wildest dreams, from hit albums and sold-out tours to serving as frontman for the legendary band Queen. With a new album, Velvet, coming out next month, Lambert told us he’s forever grateful to Idol for not just the opportunities it’s given him, but the lessons it taught him. (Click on the media bar below to hear Adam Lambert)
American Idol airs Sundays and Monday nights at 8/7c on ABC.
AMERICAN IDOL – Ò301 (Auditions)Ó Ð ÒAmerican IdolÓ returns to ABC for season three on SUNDAY, FEB. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EST), streaming and on demand, after dominating and claiming the position as SundayÕs No. 1 most social show in 2019. Returning this season to discover the next singing sensation are music industry legends and all-star judges Luke Bryan, Katy Perry and Lionel Richie, as well as Emmy¨-winning producer Ryan Seacrest as host. Famed multimedia personality Bobby Bones will return to his role as in-house mentor. (ABC/Eliza Morse) LIONEL RICHIE, DOUG KIKER
Lionel Richie now has two full seasons as an American Idol judge under his belt, so he had a good idea of what to expect from the new season’s auditions. Or so he thought. Once he started seeing some of the young people trying out for the first time, he had to re-evaluate a little bit, because he says he was blown away by not just their talent, but their confidence. (Click on the media bar below to hear Lionel Richie)