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EXCLUSIVE: Jason Derulo : All Access : U.S. Tour 2010

Take a look behind the scenes as Jason Derulo gives “The Ralphie Radio Show” exclusive access to the opening night of his first ever headlining tour in the United States. Derulo’s tour kicked off September 27, 2010 at The Theater of the Living Arts in Philadelphia, PA.

EXCLUSIVE: Jason Derulo Kicks Off Headlining Tour; Not Bothered by VMA Skit

If you’re going to paint, you’d want to learn from Picasso. If you aspire to play pro basketball, you might seek the tutelage of Michael Jordan. So if you were to hit the road for your first ever headlining tour, wouldn’t you want to be taken under the wings of Lady GaGa and The Black Eyed Peas? Fortunately for Jason Derulo, that was the case. The “Ridin’ Solo” singer kicked off his 21-date headlining trek on Monday at The Theater of the Living Arts in Philadelphia. Derulo said after the concert that the experience of touring with GaGa and The Peas definitely helped.

“Being on the road is difficult, and getting acclimated to it is different,” Derulo admitted on “The Ralphie Radio Show.” “There’s a lot of tricks to the trade, that you kind of have to learn by experience.”

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For example, the Miami-born pop star will not do multiple interviews before a show, as he found out the hard way that the continuous talking can take a toll on his vocal chords. Derulo also watches what he puts in his stomach before a concert, especially considering he spends a considerable amount of time on stage dancing and performing acrobatic moves.

Perhaps you could credit the latter for Derulo not wanting to partake in any type of alcoholic shots before show time. At a restaurant next to the venue, a radio station with concert winners wanted to celebrate the singer’s birthday: Jason turned 21 on September 21. He may not have celebrated in Philly, but Derulo insists he partied enough while overseas.

“I think I celebrated a little too hard… I got really wasted man, I’m not even gonna front,” he said. “But I mixed drinks, which is really bad.”

I guess like touring, sometimes you have to experience a lesson before you can learn it.

DAILY DOWNLOAD: Paper Tongues – ‘Ride to California’

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The fellas from Paper Tongues stopped by “The Ralphie Radio Show” to chat about being managed by Idol’s Randy Jackson and perform an acoustic version of the single, “Ride to California.”

The band’s self-titled LP is in stores now.

EXCLUSIVE: Far East Movement on Dance Music, ‘Jersey Shore’

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Can MTV’s “The Jersey Shore” be credited with the reemergence of dance music in the US? “The Ralphie Radio Show” posed that question to the fellas of Far East Movement – who have certaintly benefited and contributed themselves to the movement with the hit “Like A G6.”

DAILY DOWNLOAD: Thriving Ivory – ‘Where We Belong’

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Thriving Ivory stopped by “The Ralphie Radio Show” to perform the band’s hit “Angels on the Moon” along with a new single, “Where We Belong.”

Thriving Ivory’s new album, Through Yourself & Back Again, is in stores now.

TMZ’S NICKI FERTILE: Katy Perry Evicted From ‘Sesame Street’

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TMZ’s Nicki Fertile says that Katy Perry’s banned performance from “Sesame Street” may have given a new meaning to the term “Tickle Me Elmo.” The kids show uploaded the footage to its YouTube account and received so many complaints from disurbed parents that it will not be seen on a special New Year’s Eve edition of the program.

Catch Nicki on TMZ TV, local listings here.

EXCLUSIVE: Hey Monday Will Seek New Bassist, But Not On Craigslist

The leaves aren’t the only thing changing this time of year for the band Hey Monday. The group wrapped a summer-long trek on Warped Tour, and then amicably parted ways with bassist Jersey Moriarty. The band’s latest effort, Beneath It All, made it to iTunes, but in a shortened EP form as opposed to a previously planned LP.

Still, the Florida-based pop rock band pushes forward, with the single “I Don’t Wanna Dance” and a tour that kicks off next month with fellow pop-rockers Cartel.

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Oh, and a new, albeit temporary, bassist in Mike Gentile’s brother, Chris. Lead singer Cassadee Pope tells “The Ralphie Radio Show” that the search for a permanent replacement will kick in to full force after the tour.

“We’re going to probably keep looking around, it’s not a priority right now,” Pope said. “But, we’re going to keep our eyes open. We’ll probably hold auditions at some point but we’re probably going to keep it within’ the people that we know in the industry so it doesn’t get too out of hand.”

Don’t look for a Craigslist posting in the near future either – Pope joked that “nothing good” could come from a search on the online classifieds website.

Hey Monday begins its fall, headlining tour on October 20.

EXCLUSIVE: Shontelle Received Blessing from RiRi Before Announcing Collab, Talks ‘No Gravity’

Shontelle Layne sounds like she is on “Cloud 9”… can you blame her?

“I am such a happy girl right now. Things have been going really, really well,” said Shontelle, who called in to “The Ralphie Radio Show” on the day her sophomore album, No Gravity, hit stores. “I mean, I’ve been in the studio with Rihanna as well.”

The two songstresses go way back – to the days when they were both cadets in their home country of Barbados. Shontelle will now collaborate with Rihanna on Loud, which is due out this November. Layne noted that her and RiRi wanted to link up for a while now, and was happy that their schedules finally synced. Despite other reports, the “T-Shirt” insists she cleared it with Rihanna before announcing the news.

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“I was very careful, I was like, ‘Ri, you let me know. If I’m not supposed to say anything, tell me,’” she recalled. “I literally didn’t say anything until I got the ‘all-clear’ and so, it’s all good.”

While Rihanna just finished up the “Last Girl on Earth” tour, Shontelle has been touring the globe promoting her new album and it’s first single, “Impossible” – which has sold over a million copies to date. Layne also found time to indulge in New York’s Fashion Week a little, thus missing the MTV Video Music Awards in Los Angeles.

“I love fashion, so you know… I’m so sorry VMAs, yeah I put fashion before music videos,” joked Shontelle. “I actually left London… and I literally hopped off the plane and went straight to Alexander Wang.”

While in London, Layne linked up with boy band JLS. No Gravity is in stores now, and features collaborations with Rodney “Darkchild” Jerkins, Asher Roth, and Bruno Mars.

ATTY. ELIZABETH KELLEY: LiLo Needs To Show Remorse

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Radio talk show host and attorney Elizabeth Kelley advised that Lindsay Lohan needs to show true remorse, and not blame anyone else, for her recent failed drug tests when she appears in court.

Kelley believes jail time for LiLo is imminent.

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EXCLUSIVE: Jesse McCartney Announces LP Will Drop Early 2011, Reveals Tyga Collab

Jesse McCartney is returning to the formula that made his last album, Departure, so successful. In an interview on “The Ralphie Radio Show” – McCartney noted that he hoped to bridge the gap between the 2008 R&B influenced LP and his next project. The singer revealed that tentative plans are to release his fourth album, which is still untitled, in early 2011.

“It’s just where my heart is man. I love rhythmic music, I grew up listening to R&B and soul music and I feel like as an artist, that’s what I’m best at,” McCartney said. “At the age of 23 now, I really feel like I’m coming in to my own now in that world.”

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As he steps out in a more urban direction, he’s begun to work with not only talented songwriters and producers of the genre, but artists as well. Ludacris and T-Pain made cameos on the last project, and McCartney revealed one feature already solidified for the new album.

“I was in the studio a couple months ago and I was working with Sean Garrett, and he just signed with Young Money as an artist and as a writer,” said McCartney, who brought up the idea of working with Tyga after hearing a mix-tape the emcee did with Chris Brown. “(Garrett) called (Tyga) right there on the spot and put him on speakerphone and goes, ‘Hey man, what do you think of Jesse McCartney?’ (Tyga’s) like, ‘Yeah man, I like his music, I mess with his stuff.’ The next week he came to the studio and put 16 bars on this one record called, ‘I Don’t Normally Do This.’”

The other confirmed track for the forthcoming album is the first single, “Shake”, which is available on iTunes now.

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