Jimmy Fallon, Kevin Spacey and the Ragtime Gals Cover Jason Derulo


What happens when you combine Jimmy Fallon, barbershop group, the Ragtime Gals, and actor Kevin Spacey?

Well, you have them covering Jason Derulo’s current hit song, “Talk Dirty,” but with a barbershop spin on it. Think the Dapper Dans from Disneyland taking on the naughty song and cleaning it up a bit so even your grandmother can listen to it. There’s also that added bonus that you can completely understand the lyrics.

Don’t believe us? Check it out the video which features the late night host, the “House of Cards” star and the barbershop group get their A Capella on.

This isn’t the first time that the Ragtime Gals (Tom Shillue, A.D. Miles and Chris Tartaro) have covered some naughty tracks that were breakout songs on the radio. In the past, they have covered R. Kelly’s “I Wanna Sex You Up,” “Ignition (Remix) and “SexyBack” featuring Justin Timberlake. 

Billboard Music Award Reveal Performers


The other day we got the full list of nominees for this year’s Billboard Music Awards and now, some of the performers for the show have been revealed.

Previously, it was announced that Jason Derulo, who broke the news about the nominees on Good Morning America a few days ago, would be performing on the award show. Also joining the “Talk Dirty to Me” singer will be Luke Bryan, John Legend, OneRepublic and Imagine Dragons.

Imagine Dragons leads the pack with a total of 12 nominations including “Top Artist,” “Top Duo/Group,” “Top Hot 100 Artist,” “Top Digital Songs Artist,” “Top Radio Songs Artist,” “Top Streaming Artist,” “Top Rock Artist,” “Top Rock Album,” “Top Hot 100 Song,” “Top Digital Song,” “Top Streaming Song (Audio),” and “Top Rock Song” twice, for “Demons” and “Radioactive.”

The Las Vegas-based band are tied with Lorde for the most nominations at this year’s event that is scheduled to take place on Sunday, May 18 at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas on ABC at 8 p.m. ET.

Bryan comes in with a total of six nominations this year, the most that any country artist has ever gotten. His nominations include “Top Male Artist,” “Top Billboard 200 Artist,” “Top Country Artist,” “Top Billboard 200 Album,” “Top Country Album” and “Top Country Song” twice.

John Legend is up for one award this year, the Milestone Award while OneRepublic comes in with two nominations for “Top Duo/Group” and “Top Digital Song” for their hit “Counting Stars.”

iHeartRadio Festival Line Up Revealed


Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake and Sir Elton John are just some of the big names that will appearing at this year’s iHeartRadio Music Festival in Las Vegas.

The two-day festival that will be held on September 20 and 21 at Las Vegas’ MGM Grand Arena, will feature for the first time a Fan Village which will take place during the daytime hours before the show in the 15-acre parking lot, adjacent to the arena. Unlike many of the Jingle Ball Fan Villages, this one will be free to ticketholders, but for those who aren’t, tickets will be available for just the village.

The line-up for the Fan Village will include, Miley Cyrus, Avril Lavigne, AWOLNATION, Pete Tong, Twenty One Pilots and Jason Derulo.

The main stage line-up was announced this morning by returning host of the event, Ryan Seacrest as well as Clear Channel programming chief, Tom Poleman. While the full list of performers for the main stage has not been revealed in full, 30 Seconds to Mars, Queen with Adam Lambert, Muse, Tiesto, Chris Brown, Keith Urban, fun., Phoenix, Zedd, Maroon 5, Tim McGraw, Ke$ha, Benny Benassi, Bruno Mars have been confirmed.

For those not familiar with the iHeartRadio Music Festival, it’s the same festival that Green Day frontman, Billie Joe Armstrong has his famous meltdown last year when he accused the festival of trying to shuffle the band off stage to give boy wonder, Justin Bieber more stage time. It was later revealed that no such thing had transpired and Armstrong went into rehab for substance abuse.

For now, you can check out the current official line up for the musical event.

iHeartRadio Music Festival Main Stage

Justin Timberlake
Katy Perry
Elton John
Chris Brown
Keith Urban
J. Cole
Bruno Mars
Maroon 5
Tim McGraw
Thirty Seconds to Mars
Benny Benassi
Special live appearance by Queen and Adam Lambert
Other special surprise guests

iHeartRadio Music Festival Village (multiple stages)

Miley Cyrus
Avril Lavigne
Pete Tong
Twenty One Pilots
Jason Derulo

Jason Derulo Streams New Song


Jason Derulo maybe remembered as the guy with that ultra catchy song, “Down” which featured Lil’ Wayne, but also as the guy who has to repeat his name thirty time in a song or better yet, Jordin Spark’s fiance, but that’s okay, at least you remember him.

The singer has today released a stream of his new song, “The Other Side” on On the Air with Ryan Seacrest (like every other pop star tend to do)which was produced by Dr Luke, but written by an unlikely source; Boys Like Girls frontman, Martin Johnson.

You can listen to the track here.