Fuse, the national music television network of the Madison Square Garden Company, is counting down the top songs of the 2000s in a new show called “Top 100 Number Ones.” The 10-hour countdown is hosted by three musically talented TV personalities. Fuse is airing the countdown every weeknight at 8 p.m. from today until Friday, Aug. 26 as Nick Cannon, Rutina Wesley, and Harry Shum Jr. individually host episodes, which will reveal the best of this past decade, leading up to the ultimate No. 1.
Online at Fuse.tv, viewers can watch web exclusive video features with the show’s hosts, as well as artists featured in the “Top 100 Number Ones.” Fuse.tv will also host all 100 videos online, with new clips posted daily as they are revealed throughout the countdown.
A film star, comedian, musician, writer and executive producer of his own hit TV shows, Cannon is currently the host of “America’s Got Talent” and co-hosts the morning show on 92.3 NOW FM (WXRK-FM) in New York.
Wesley is currently co-starring in the Emmy nominated TV series “True Blood” as Tara Thornton. This fall, she will be co-starring in the off-Broadway production “The Submission” with “Glee”s Jonathan Groff. Rutina is a graduate of the esteemed Julliard School.
Shum is dancer, actor and singer on the Golden Globe- and SAG Award-winning TV series “Glee” and stars in “Glee: The 3D Concert Movie.” He also is the star and associate producer/co-choreographer of “The LXD” (“Legion of Extraordinary Dancers”), an online dance adventure created by director Jon M. Chu (“Step Up 3D”). ” LXD” on Hulu launched its third season on Aug. 10.