Did You Hear?
:: Immediately following Miguel‘s performance mishap at last month’s Billboard Music Awards, Khyati Shah was all smiles while she was backstage with the artist. Apparently Shah has had a change of heart, as her attorney claims the flying leg-slam might have caused Shah brain damage. They’re considering a lawsuit, pending the result of neurological tests. And yet, still no word from the unidentified second victim! [New York Post]
:: Adam Lambert and LeAnn Rimes are two of the main supporters of the new anti-bullying campaign “New F Word.” Started by The Friend Movement in Los Angeles, the effort has released posters of the two musicians “flipping the bird” to bullies, in an effort to spread awareness and self-empowerment. [Billboard]
:: This October, Las Vegas gets its first major music festival. The lineup for the Life Is Beautiful Festival, released Tuesday (June 4), has a stacked bill with headliners Beck, The Killers and Kings of Leon, as well as numerous pop-friendly acts like Charli XCX, Passion Pit and HAIM. [SPIN]
:: A$AP Rocky‘s meteoric rise from buzzy Harlem MC to Rihanna opener and fashion icon has been preserved in celluloid for the documentary Suddenly. The film, which shares its title with a track from Long.Live.A$AP, features tour footage and interviews with the A$AP Mob, RiRi and others, and the trailer is out now. [Global Grind]
After the jump, find out which music acts you can catch on TV today.
Music On TV:
:: Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) — Queens of the Stone Age
:: Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC) — The Wanted
:: Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) — Adam Levine, Bad Rabbits (repeat)
:: Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC) — Portgual. The Man
:: Conan (TBS) — Houndmouth
:: Chelsea Lately (E!) — LeAnn Rimes
:: Last Call with Carson Daly (NBC) — Kimbra
:: The Ellen Degeneres Show (syndicated) — Bridgit Mendler