Did You Hear?
:: Kelly Clarkson mentioned in a recent interview with z100 that she is thinking about releasing her song “Dark Side” (not “I Forgive You”) as her third official single from her album Stronger. Good choice/bad choice, Clarkson fans? [Prophet Blog]
:: Diddy has confirmed that his very own cable television network, Revolt TV, is a go! The music mogul confirmed that the music-based channel will air Making The Band reunions, along with other specials. [Popdust]
:: Simon Cowell originally hired Steve Jones and Nicole Scherzinger to dually host the US version of The X Factor. Now after firing both Steve and Nicole, Simon says that having two hosts is back on the decision table. “Simon’s vision was always to have a man and woman host and to make it feel a little bit like an award ceremony.” [The Hollywood Reporter]
:: Justin Bieber, who recently recorded a song with Far East Movement, is set to release another book. Just Getting Better will focus on Justin’s world-wide tour, the making of his movie Never Say Never, and the tome will give you a sneak peek of him recording his new album. You can get your copy when it hits stores in September. [Billboard]
:: Ladies, he’s single! Nick Jonas and Australian singer Delta Goodrem have reportedly called off their year long relationship. They mutually agreed to break up to focus on their careers. [E! Online]
After the jump, find out which acts you can find on the tube today.
Music On TV:
:: The Late Show With David Letterman (CBS) — Heartless Bastards
:: The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC) — Jessie Baylin
:: Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) — Tower of Power
:: Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC) — Bombay Bicycle Club
:: The Ellen Degeneres Show (NBC) — Randy Jackson, Natasha Bedingfield