A scorching summer heatwave has blanketed the nation, which has left Madame Tussauds Orlando no choice but to have their Justin Bieber figure shed his two shirts.
The music phenomenon Justin Bieber’s newest wax figure was revealed yesterday, June 21, at a special event at Madame Tussauds Orlando. Bieber has topped the charts since the beginning of his career, with tracks like “Baby,” “Sorry,” “Despacito” and more. [Read more…]
This past weekend, 18-year-old Justin Bieber headlined the sold out 933 FLZ Jingle Ball, a four-hour music palooza of what’s new and what’s hot. The concert also included performances by Ke$ha, Ed Sheeran, One Republic and others at a sold-out Tampa Bay Times Forum. [Read more…]
An annual tradition is the broadcast of the Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade. The show is taped in advance at Magic Kingdom and Disneyland Park, and it’s always great fun to spot production in progress in various locations across the resort. [Read more…]
Radio Disney AM 990 is planning on rocking the holidays in Celebration this Saturday night with a free concert. Performing will be Hollywood Records recording artist Allstar Weekend and Radio Disney’s new N.B.T. (Next Big Thing) winner Kicking Daisies. [Read more…]
Radio Disney held a concert in the town of Celebration last Saturday as part of the nightly holiday Now Snowing event. The headliner was 15-year-old Justin Bieber.
The corner of Front Street and Market Street was jammed with fans – mostly preteen and teen girls. Whenever someone on stage mentioned Justin’s name, I bet you could hear the screaming from Disney World. Many of the girls had been waiting on the street since early Saturday morning.
The Radio Disney event started at 6 p.m. with one of the radio personalities on stage doing various dances with the crowd. Next up was a performance by Jasmin. She’s the 2009 N.B.T. (Next Big Thing) winner, chosen by Radio Disney fans.
I was able to record a couple of his songs. Please forgive the shakiness. As I said, the fans were really packed into the streets and cameras and signs were going up all over.