NBC has been surprisingly quiet about ‘SNL’'s impending 40th anniversary special, but VH1 has upped the nostalgia ante in a major way. VH1 Classic will begin a 19-day marathon of ‘SNL’'s 40 years on January 28, working backwards through 433 episodes and staging themed mini-marathons along the way.
VH1 has been introducing new artists to us through the channel's You Oughta Know programming since 2005, and on November 11th will host the first ever You Oughta Know concert, and live webcast available at YOKconcert.VH1.com
Much like her latest single 'Girl on Fire,' Alicia Keys was on fire (excuse the pun) with her performance on 'VH1 Storytellers.' For an hour, the R&B songbird entertained the audience with amusing anecdotes behind her classic hits and her previously-unreleased songs.
When it comes to marketing, Taylor Swift is a master. Just a couple of weeks ago she made the announcement via YouTube about her new album, Red, and debuted the album's title track "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together". Now comes word that the video for the song is ready and it'll be unveiled across multiple platforms.
VH1′s ‘Storytellers’ franchise is kicking off its fall season with three of the most successful ladies in pop music. Pink, Taylor Swift and Alicia Keys will perform and tell the stories behind their songs on three consecutive nights, starting with Swift’s episode on Nov. 11.
Whitney Houston will be saluted at this year’s ‘VH1 Divas’ special, according to Billboard. The tribute show is scheduled to be taped in December in Los Angeles. Houston’s former musical director Rickey Minor will executive produced the event.
MTV pushed some buttons a few years ago when they started their epidemic known as "16 And Pregnant". The show followed the lives of 16-17 year old girls who got pregnant at a young age and their struggles. Not long after the first season came "Teen Mom" and "Teen Mom 2" which follows 8 of those 16 year old girls in the years after having their child, portraying the struggles young single moms face. Well now VH1 is getting into the whole "reality show with pregnant teens" thing, but with a little twist. The show focuses on not only the pregnant teen- but also her pregnant mother.
Amy Winehouse passed away in July, but her music is still very much in our hearts, as evidenced by the strong chart showing enjoyed by her recently released posthumous album ‘Lioness.’ Since Ms. Winehouse was nothing if not a diva, it’s only fitting that she’ll receive the tribute treatment during this year’s ‘VH1 Divas’ telecast.
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