The third annual Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards were held at the Sydney Entertainment Centre on 20 September 2005. The show was hosted by Jesse McCartney, James Kerley and Dave Lawson.
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Shortly after, Bianco began working with The Jonas Brothers, for whom he produced and co-wrote "Time for Me to Fly" for their 2006 debut album, It's About Time, which was also featured in the film Aquamarine. Bianco co-wrote the hit single "When You Look Me in the Eyes", which won two Teen Choice Awards, for Best Love Song and Best Single. He co-wrote and produced "Cant Have You" on the Jonas Brothers' 2008 Billboard 200 number-one album A Little Bit Longer. He then worked with Nick Jonas on his solo album, producing and co-writing three songs, "In the End", "Last Time Around" and "Vesper's Goodbye".
A list of American films released in 2011.
Live with Regis and Kelly'' (season 19)Live with Regis and Kelly
This is a list of Live with Regis and Kelly episodes which were broadcast during the show's 19th season. The list is ordered by air date.
20112010/11films of 2011
The following is an overview of the events of 2011 in film, including the highest-grossing films, film festivals, award ceremonies and a list of films released and notable deaths. More film sequels were released in 2011 than any other year before it, with 28 sequels released. Film critic Scout Tafoya considers 2011 as the best year for cinema, countering the notion of 1939 being film's best year overall and citing important developments in cinematic expression during 2011.
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The following is a complete episode list for the TV series Punk'd. Bold victims appeared on Punk'd more than once. The show began in 2003, but ended in 2007. The show resumed production after an extended hiatus for a ninth season in 2012.
This is the list of episodes for The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson in 2012.
A list of American films released on 2009.
A list of fantasy films released in the 2000s.
The following is an overview of events in 2007 in film, including the highest-grossing films, award ceremonies and festivals, a list of films released and notable deaths. The highest-grossing film of the year was Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End, which was just ahead of Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. 2007 is often considered one of the greatest years for film in the 21st century. As of 2019, this was the last year in which no film grossed at least $1 billion at the worldwide box office.
The GameThe Game (U.S. TV series)Barry Floyd
Joanna "JoJo" Levesque. Lil' Kim. Lil' Romeo. Nia Long. Jennifer Lopez. Eva Marcille. Shawn Marion. Penny Marshall. Duane Martin. Darius McCrary. Willie McGinest. Lonette McKee. Daryl Mitchell. Kel Mitchell. Mo'Nique. Tahj Mowry. Bria Murphy. Musiq. Navid Negahban. Elimu Nelson. Chad Ochocinco. Keke Palmer. Hayden Panettiere. Carl Anthony Payne II. Mario Van Peebles. Shaun Phillips. Eyal Podell. Kyla Pratt. The Pussycat Dolls. Raven-Symone. Jerry Rice. Emma Roberts. Charlie Robinson. Jalen Rose. Kelly Rowland. Ephraim Salaam. Drew Sidora. Jessica Simpson. John Singleton. Kenny Smith. Tasha Smith. Soulja Boy. Joss Stone. Keith Sweat. Nick Swisher. Kenan Thompson. Ashley Tisdale. Too Short.
A list of American films released in 2007. No Country for Old Men won the Academy Award for Best Picture and the Satellite Award for Best Film – Drama. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street won the Golden Globe Award for Best Motion Picture – Musical or Comedy. Juno won the Satellite Award for Best Film – Musical or Comedy.
Another similar corporation, Nickelodeon, began developing its own slate of stars for its television shows in 2004, including Drake Bell, Josh Peck, Emma Roberts, Miranda Cosgrove, Jennette McCurdy, Nathan Kress, Jamie Lynn Spears (sister of Britney Spears), Ariana Grande, Victoria Justice, and groups The Naked Brothers Band and Big Time Rush, many of whom have not only starred in TV shows, but recorded songs as well. Of note is that many of the modern-day teen idols are females marketed as "role-models" to teen and tween girls, a departure from the traditional role of the male teen idol marketed as the idolized teen "heart-throb".
JoJoself-titled debut albumself-titled debut studio album
JoJo is the debut studio album by American singer JoJo. It was released on June 22, 2004, by Da Family Entertainment, Blackground Records, and Universal Records. Incorporating pop and R&B, JoJo was influenced by Ella Fitzgerald, Bobby Brown, and Aretha Franklin, amongst other of JoJo's idols. A special edition of the album featuring three bonus tracks, was released simultaneously alongside the 14-track standard edition, which was only made available in some European and Oceanian countries. JoJo co-wrote three out of the 17 tracks on the album.
Unfabulous and More: Emma Roberts
Emma Roberts' official music site (including audio and music video streams). Emma Roberts' Unfabulous: The Soundtrack clip (with demo version of "I Wanna Be" and alternate album track listing).
Addie SingerEvan PalmerUnfabulous: The Perfect Moment
On September 27, 2005, shortly after the premiere of the show's second season, Columbia Records and Nick Records released the album Unfabulous and More, which serves as both the show's soundtrack and as Emma Roberts' debut album.
JoJo – vocals. Soulshock & Karlin – production, arrangements, all instruments. Soulshock – mixing. Eric Jackson – guitar. Sean Hurley – guitar. James Cruz – mastering.
Wild Childcomedy film ''Wild ChildWild Child'' (2008 film)
Wild Child is a 2008 teen comedy film directed by Nick Moore and starring Emma Roberts, Alex Pettyfer, Georgia King, Kimberley Nixon, Juno Temple, Linzey Cocker, Sophie Wu, Aidan Quinn and Natasha Richardson. Poppy Moore, an affluent Malibu teenager, executes a wild prank to ruin all of her father's girlfriend's belongings in front of her friends, telling everyone to throw away whatever they want and take it for themselves. When her father Gerry arrives on the scene, he announces that he is sending her to a boarding school in England. Arriving at the school, Abbey Mount, Poppy meets the headmistress Mrs.
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The songwriters got along both with JoJo and her mother Diana Levesque, who is also her manager, so well that they later returned to the studio to co-write a second song for the album with JoJo herself, entitled "How to Touch a Girl". In regards his musical style, JoJo described Steinberg as "more of a classic writer and producer."
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Sara Paxton performing the song heard during the credits, titled "I Need A Hero", which she also wrote with Michael Jay and Johnny Pedersen. Star of the film Drake Bell composed (along with Michael Corcoran) and recorded a song for the movie entitled "Superhero! Song" during the movie's post-production. Co-star Sara Paxton provided backup vocals for the song. This song can be heard in the credits of the movie, however it is credited as being titled "Superbounce". It originally appeared on Bell's MySpace Music page. It was released in iTunes Store as a digital downloadable single on April 8, 2008.
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Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards. 2008 – Favorite Movie Star for Emma Roberts. 2007 – Favorite Movie. Teen Choice Awards. 2007 – Choice Movie Actress: Comedy for Emma Roberts. 2007 – Choice Movie: Breakout Female for Emma Roberts. Young Artist Awards. 2007 – Best Family Feature Film (Comedy or Drama). 2007 – Best Performance in a Feature Film – Leading Young Actress for Emma Roberts. 2007 – Best Performance in a Feature Film – Young Ensemble Cast for Emma Roberts, Josh Flitter, Amy Bruckner and Kay Panabaker.
Baby It's YouBaby It's You" (JoJo song)Baby It’s You
"Baby It's You" is a song by American recording artist JoJo, featuring American rapper Bow Wow. Written by Harvey Mason, Jr., Damon Thomas, Eric Dawkins and Antonio Dixon, and produced by The Underdogs, the song was released in September 2004 as the second single from JoJo's self-titled debut album. It reached number 22 on the Billboard Hot 100 and number eight on the UK Singles Chart. JoJo performed the song on All That in 2005. The single version (which can also be found on the UK and Japanese pressings of the JoJo album) features Bow Wow. In 2005, actress Alyson Stoner recorded a cover of "Baby It's You".
In this sequel, Marnie Piper (Sara Paxton) and her brother, Dylan Piper (Joey Zimmerman), go to Witch University to attend college in Halloweentown. While at college, dark forces try to control her magic. This is the only Halloweentown film to not feature Kimberly J. Brown as Marnie Piper, who played the role in the previous three films. In addition, Emily Roeske did not reprise her role as Sophie Piper. This film also makes the Halloweentown series one of the first Disney Channel Original Movies to produce a fourth installment. The premiere scored 7.5 million viewers.
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However, instead of freeing JoJo and allowing her to sign with another label with more resources, Blackground wanted to keep her under contract from signing with another label and making commercial success. In mid December 2013, the lawsuit reached its conclusion with JoJo and Blackground settling outside of court, and subsequently JoJo signing her new contract the following day. The agreement states that Blackground would own all the master copies of all recordings JoJo submitted while still under contract, and in exchange JoJo would be released from her contract.
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JoJo did a four song acoustic set list on the "Rap-UpTV Sessions" through Rap-Up.com where she performed "Andre", "Demonstrate", "Marvin's Room" and "Like That", a cut from her 2006 sophomore album The High Road. Due to popular demand JoJo is set to release the full extended version of "Thinking Out Loud". JoJo's reasons for not releasing the whole song on the mixtape is because she gets very self-conscious of her work, and wasn't sure whether she was going to release it or not. JoJo also scheduled several music video for songs from the mixtape including "Andre", "Thinking Out Loud" and "Can't Handle the Truth".