Well, sort of. You see, we caught up with Terrell Owens, star of The T.O. Show, and Chad Ochocinco, star of Ochocinco: The Ultimate Catch, in Harlem’s legendary Rucker Park the other night for a spirited game of basketball. Well, sort of; Chad didn’t actually end up playing. Instead, he coached his team from the sidelines. Still, that didn’t stop T.O. and Chad from wagering a small bet on the outcome. Specifically, the losing side would have to do 85 (get it?) push-ups at center court? Find out who won by watching the video above!
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We’re in the stretch run of preparations for the the 2010 Do Something Awards, airing live on Monday, July 19 at 9/8c. And, believe it or not, we need your help! Got something that you’ve been dying to know about either the awards or its host, Jane Lynch? If so, tweet your question to @VH1 — be sure to include the hashtag #DSAwards — and you might just get a special shout-out during the awards. Yes, that’s right, Jane be answering some of your tweets LIVE during the awards show! And nothing, we repeat nothing, is off-limits.
Speaking of things that aren’t off-limits, you should really take a look at two of the latest promos that Jane shot for the Do Something Awards. We’re not saying that she has an inappropriate relationship with trees, exactly, but we also aren’t saying that she has an appropriate one, either! See what we mean, below.
Considering the amount of buzz that’s been building around Sunday night’s premiere of Ochocinco: The Ultimate Catch, we’re pretty psyched to be able to debut this show here on the VH1 Blog a few days prior to when you’ll be able to see it on air. Watch the episode, let us know what you think in the comments below, and don’t forget to tune in on Sunday at 9/8c to watch the conclusion and join the live viewing party! Oh, and remember, you can always tweet with the hashtag #ochocinco to interact with other fans and Ocho through his Twitter account. Enjoy!
Immediately following a weekend in which most of you (we hope!) spent time outside celebrating America’s birthday with family and friends, we’re excited to bring you a :30 sneak peek at Sheryl Crow‘s latest video, a video which sees her, her bandmates and even her son, Wyatt, enjoying the simple pleasures of the great outdoors. The song, “Summer Day,” is the catchy and altogether summery-feeling first single from her seventh studio album, 100 Miles From Memphis. As Crow herself explains over at her official website, “I wanted to experiment with writing something simple and positive, the feeling of a great, solid love—not just a new love, but something everlasting.” We’ll have the full video for you to check out online on Thursday and, no doubt, you’re sure to see this song rising in our Top 20 Video Countdown just as fast as the mercury is rising in thermometers across the country this week.
For Sara’s latest installment of her VH1 Posted series, she took the time to write this elegant note about the various emotions she went through during the process of writing and recording her second full-length album, Kaleidoscope Heart. Enjoy!
It’s me, Sara. As I’ve said before, I don’t do those fancy bios. So sue me.
Kaleidoscope Heart is my new album, and I’m beyond proud of this collection of songs, in no small part due to the fact it was like pulling teeth to write them.
We’re so psyched that Glee‘s Jane Lynch agreed to be the host of the 2010 VH1 Do Something Awards, set to air live on Monday, July 19 at 9/8c. With the ceremony only a few weeks away, the first series of promotional spots were just released a few minutes ago. See the two hilarious spots here first before you see them on-air!
Above, Jane talks a motorist into getting a sexy car wash from some, um, “bikini-clad hardbodies” for charity (and literacy!). And below, Jane Lynch talks about her personal philosophy to “Love life, live love and give like a motherf*$#@^!”
Last month, VH1 gave you an all-access look at life on the road with the one and only Adam Lambert as part of our new web feature, Posted. And while it was a great run, sadly, the month of June has come to an end. That said, this is no time to fret, as we are thrilled to have the lovely and talented Sara Bareilles on board for the entire month of July! We’ll be tagging along with her all month as she prepares to release her upcoming album, Kaleidoscope Heart.
To kick things off on the right foot, Sara is looking to hear what’s on the mind of you, her fans! As you’ll see in the video above, she’s ready and willing to answer any questions that you have for her. So simply leave your thoughts for Sara in the comment section below and we’ll make sure that she sees them. And then, of course, we’ll keep you Posted when she answers them!
Remember, the easiest and best way to keep up with Sara during the entire month of July is to take the time to visit this special Posted: Sara Bareilles page. You can also follow Sara on Twitter and Facebook. Be sure and check back often to see this former VH1 You Oughta Know artist in action!
Hot off the presses! We’ve got some big announcements to share with you guys about the 2010 Do Something Awards, which will be airing on VH1 on Monday, July 19 at 9/8c. Let’s cut to the chase, shall we? Here goes…
NATASHA BEDINGFIELD, LIFEHOUSE AND TRAVIE McCOY FEATURING BRUNO MARS TO ROCK THE STAGE AT THE 2010 VH1 DO SOMETHING AWARDS Jane Lynch to Host the Live Telecast of The 2010 VH1 Do Something Awards on July 19, 2010 at 9PM EST on VH1,NEW YORK, NY (June 28, 2010) — Today, DoSomething.org and VH1 announced that Natasha Bedingfield, Lifehouse and Travie McCoy featuring special guest, Bruno Mars, will perform as part of the star-studded 2010 VH1 Do Something Awards. Hosted by Glee star Jane Lynch, the ceremony will celebrate a new generation of do-ers and world changers by honoring five young people for their commitment to social change. The telecast will broadcast LIVE from the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on Monday, July 19, 2010 at 9PM EST on VH1. The Do Something Awards are sponsored by: The Pepsi Refresh Project®, Clean & Clear® Skincare, Sharpie® and PUR®.
Honoring Five Nominees for their Commitment to Social Change
It’s been a little over three years since Maroon 5 released their last studio album, It Won’t Be Soon Before Long. Led by singles “Wake Up Call” and “Makes Me Wonder”, the record was both a domestic and international smash, minting Adam Levine and the boys as true superstars of the music industry.
This September, Maroon 5 will be releasing their latest album, Hands All Over. The band holed up in the studio with super-producer/hit maker Robert “Mutt” Lange (AC/DC, Def Leppard, Shania Twain) and came out with another batch of slinky jams that you’ll surely be blasting on your stereos for many moons to come. We’ll be debuting the video for the record’s first single, “Misery” on Thursday, but until then, we’ve got a 30-second sneak and a few stills that ought to whet your appetite.
We officially fell for Sara Bareilles‘ delightful bitterness back in 2007 when the singer/songwriter wrote a sarcasm-coated, not-so-romantic “Love Song” that wound up soaring to #4 on Billboard‘s Hot 100. It was then that the newly-dubbed VH1 You Oughta Know artist proved that her album and single were a force to be reckoned with, and we all watched as her following grew and blossomed into full-blown stardom.
Almost three years later, Sara hasn’t lost her touch or snarky sense of humor. Her third studio album, Kaleidoscope Heart, is due out in September, and the first single, “King of Anything,” manages to ever-so-sweetly punch all of the “unsolicited advice” Bareilles has ever received in the face. And much like “Love Song,” it’s a catchy tune that will certainly burrow itself into your brain. Although we won’t have the full “King of Anything” video online and on-air untilThursday, the 30-second sneak of the video above should hold you over until then. You’ll see that Sara looks and sounds as beautiful as ever, and we’re pumped to see what she sends our way all month long as VH1’s Posted artist for July.