This week, a rapper battles anti-Semitism allegations, a “Cake Boss” gets drunk, and ‘The Big Bang Theory’ loses a star.
This week there’s pop star beef, divas, and a natural reaction to being booed onstage.
Chris discusses Michael Nutter’s apology for the WaWa Welcome America 4th of July concert. Chris also talks about Jon Stewart’s softball questions for Hillary Clinton. Roxy an Australian Cattle Dog is this weeks Piazza Pet of the Week.
The mayor says both The Roots and Ed Sheeran cleaned up their lyrics and never needed to be bleeped, although they repeatedly were by WPVI-TV.
And he says the city will try to make next year’s “Welcome America” concert a bit more G-rated.
Some of the top contenders will play at Philly’s Fourth of July Jam on the Parkway: there’s Ed Sheeran, with ‘Sing'; the newest single from Nicki Minaj, ‘Pills N Potions,’ and Ariana Grande, with ‘Problem.’
Chris assesses the reaction at Rutgers following former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice’s decision to withdraw as their commencement speaker, a Supreme Court ruling on prayer at town council meetings, and the possibility that Jimmy Fallon brings the Tonight Show to Philadelphia.
Nicki Minaj will head to the city of brotherly love for the Roots’ annual 4th of July Jam.
Welcome to Jukebox Jury, our new music debate show where experts face off and a jury of fans decides the winner. THE CASE: Last week, American Idol returned with a whimper instead of the bang […]
If channeling your inner pop diva is a look you want to create this Halloween, Nicki Minaj is your best bet. The singer rocks neons and wigs like nobody’s business so dig through your closet for the brightest colors you have before taking a trip to the mall.
Chris shares his thoughts and recollections on 9/11 and talks to the first Secretary of Homeland Security, Tom Ridge, and Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, Ed Turzanski, about state of the country 11 years later and to CBS News Reporter Heather Bosch live from Ground Zero. He also talks to Rich Zeoli about the FBI raid and arrest of Trenton Mayor Tony Mack.
Here are the nominations for the 2012 Grammy Awards, to air on CBS Sunday, February 12.
GRAMMY nominees Coldplay, Rihanna and Paul McCartney will perform live at the 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards on CBS.
The 2012 GRAMMY Nominees album will be released digitally and in stores January 24, 2012. The album features 22 hits from some of the GRAMMYs’ most popular nominees.
GRAMMY nominees Taylor Swift, Foo Fighters, Bruno Mars, Nicki Minaj, Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson will perform at the 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards, Sunday, February 12 on CBS.