Did You Hear?
::There seems to be a theme afoot with Kelis‘ forthcoming album. The buzz track is called “Jerk Ribs” and the culinary school graduate has revealed that the album’s working title is FOOD. And we are now hungry. [Billboard]
:: Sharon Osbourne has been subpoenaed to testify for the prosecution in the Michael Jackson wrongful death civil trial. Osbourne claims she spoke with certain people at AEG Live who demonstrated to her that they were actively ignoring MJ’s health issues leading up to the This Is It tour. [WENN]
:: Emeli Sande‘s debut album, Our Version of Events, has broken The Beatles‘ British chart record. Sande’s album has been in Britain’s Top 10 for 63 straight weeks, and the previous mark was set with Please Please Me, which spent 62 consecutive weeks in the UK’s Top 10. [THR]
:: Former *NYSNC member Lance Bass claims NBA player Jason Collins, who recently came out as gay, had spoken about the decision with him and had been mulling it over for months. [Gossip Cop]
After the jump, find out which music acts you can catch on TV today.
Music On TV:
:: Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC) — Cheap Trick
:: Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC) — Johnny Marr
:: Colbert Report (Comedy Central) — Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
:: Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC) — The Stepkids
:: The Talk (CBS) — The Band Perry
:: Live with Kelly & Michael (syndicated) — Carly Rae Jepsen
:: Ellen DeGeneres Show (syndicated) — Cher
:: Wendy Williams Show (syndicated) — Sheryl Crow