Ladies, prepare your DVRs. Teen dream Joe Jonas has landed a guest appearance on TV Land’s Hot in Cleveland, EW.com reports.
EW’s Andy Patrick says the middle Jonas will appear in August as Valerie Bertinelli’s character’s college-aged son. Might this be an early bid at an acting career for the aging pop star?
And yes, 20 years old qualifies as ‘aging’ when your fan’s demographic is composed of tweenagers.
Vince Gill (Photo by Chris Landsberger/The Oklahoman Archives)
LeAnn Rimes (Associated Press file photo)
Oklahoma native Vince Gill will produce fellow country star LeAnn Rimes’ next album, CMT.com is reporting.
The Gill-Rimes collaboration has not been officially announced, with CMT.com citing unnamed sources in the report.
The project will be a collection of country love songs that were initially hits for male artists, according to CMT.com. Recording will begin in February, and no release date has been set.
Gill, who grew up in Oklahoma City, has produced or co-produced albums for his wife, Amy Grant, along with Sonya Isaacs and the Notorious Cherry Bombs.
Rimes’ most recent album, “Family,” was produced by Dann Huff.
Gene Triplett, George Lang, Matt Price and I talk about the big opening for J.J. Abrams’ “Star Trek” reboot and whether it met expectations in this week’s Entertainment Insider video.
Beam it up now.
In this week’s Entertainment Insider, The Oklahoman/NewsOK entertainment gurus – Gene Triplett, Matt Price, George Lang and I – talk about the big opening for “X-Men Origins: Wolverine,” which got the summer movie season off to a terrific start.
The Oklahoman/NewsOK entertainment staff – Gene Triplett, Matt Price, George Lang and myself – talk about summer movies and the Oklahoma House vs. The Flaming Lips state rock song spat in this week’s Entertainment Insider.
The entertainment staff at The Oklahoman and NewsOK talk Kanye West, Billy Bob Thornton and the Ethan Hawke/Toby Keith/Kris Kristofferson affair in this week’s Entertainment Insider.
In this week’s Entertainment Insider, Gene Triplett, George Lang, Matt Price, and Heather Warlick-Moore talk about some of the hot entertainment issues like the big opening weekend of “Fast and Furious” and the leak of the “Wolverine” origin movie. Despite BAM’s absence, please enjoy.
In this week’s Entertainment Insider, Gene Triplett, George Lang and I talk about some of the hot entertainment issues, including the media coverage of Natasha Richardson’s death and funeral and James Franco upcoming commencement speech at UCLA. Give it a look.
The entertainment staffers at The Oklahoman and NewsOK talk about the opening weekend for “Watchmen,” band reunions such as New Kids on the Block and other news in this week’s Entertainment Roundtable. Click here to read it.
Or you can see and hear us talk about these entertainment issues in this NewsOK Entertainment Insider video:
Holly Hunter and guest star Christina Ricci in “Saving Grace.”
The entertainment team at The Oklahoman and NewsOK – Gene Triplett, George Lang, Matt Price and me – talk about “Watchmen,” “Late Night with Jimmy Fallon” and “Saving Grace” in this week’s Entertainment Roundtable. Click here to check it out.
UPDATE: Or check out this video version of the Entertainment Roundtable: