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INTERVIEW: A Great Big World To Spend New Years With Maroon 5

Ian Axel is from Fair Lawn, New Jersey. He met Chad Vaccarino eight years ago at New York University. The rest cannot be categorized as simply, “history,” although now it is. The duo struggled like most pop acts, figuring out different incarnations and ways in which they could make it big, or at least make a living.

Settling on the name, A Great Big World, the duo wrote “Say Something” – a ballad with a cold piano and lyrics that have moments where they can almost be spoken and almost be shouted. The track received a placement on “So You Think You Can Dance” and began selling well on iTunes.

But perhaps the breakout moment for the group came on NBC’s “The Voice.” With a weekly audience of 14 million, the guys enlisted the help of TV coach and Epic Records label-mate Christina Aguilera to perform the song live.

From there, the rest really is history.

“It feels like every day, we’re having the experience of a lifetime,” gushed Axel recently to “The Ralphie Show.” “It’s a bit shocking to our systems.”

When you look at the TV performances, from the aforementioned “Voice” to the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show to the American Music Awards, you really can’t blame them.

It won’t be slowing down for Axel and Vaccarino any time soon. The band will wrap a month’s worth of radio tours by supporting Maroon 5 on New Year’s Eve in Las Vegas. Just a few weeks later, January 14, the band will drop Is Anybody Out There, a full length album.

Not too shabby for a couple of once-struggling musicians at NYU.

INTERVIEW: Aloe Blacc Rides ‘Wake Me Up’ Success In To New LP Release

Aloe Blacc recorded the acoustic version of “Wake Me Up!” inside Mike Einziger’s home studio with Avicii. The Incubus guitarist and superstar DJ, nee Tim Bergling, mixed it in to one of 2013’s biggest hits.

“I think Avicii is an incredible producer, and he knew at least a little bit of what he wanted to do,” Blacc told “The Ralphie Show” recently. “I went in to record a song written by Mac Davis for Avicii, and that’s when we first met. Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park suggested to Avicii, ‘You should get Aloe to sing this song.’”

Blacc admitted that he and Shinoda were far from great friends; the two know each other through a mutual friend.

The “I Need A Dollar” singer characterized the song he recorded as country-esque. Given the context that Davis was involved, it makes even more sense. But Avicii is mixing both genres and beats with his releases. The second single from the DJ’s album True could be considered even more country: “Hey Brother.”

“To see what Avicii is doing makes perfect sense to me,” Blacc, who cited his indie, multi-genre days as the reason why he understands the producer’s approach. “He’s melding worlds of really good songwriting, and really popular production. He’s going to hit a home run every time.”

Blacc released a Wake Me Up EP this past year. He is preparing his full-length album, Lift Your Spirit. The LP will include production contributions from Pharrell Williams and Rock Mafia.

TREND HUNGRY TUESDAY: Turtlenecks

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In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva highlights a seasonal trend that many celebrities love wearing, turtlenecks.

Visit Trend Hungry to find the latest fashion 411 on a skinny budget, and catch Jessie every Tuesday evening on “The Ralphie Show.”

AUDIO: Extra’s Maria Menounos On Paul Walker’s Death

“Extra” host Maria Menounos called in to “The Ralphie Show” to talk about the circumstances and investigation surrounding the death of actor Paul Walker.

The “Fast and Furious” star died in a car accident over the weekend. Just a few weeks prior, Walker sat down with “Extra” during a junket for an upcoming release. Menounos had interviewed Walker a number of times over the past decade.
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INTERVIEW: Katy Perry Previewed AMA Performance As ‘Beautiful’

After last weekend’s American Music Awards, some took to the Internet to criticize Katy Perry; particularly her portrayal of Asian culture during the performance of “Unconditionally.” While a writer for the Associated Press compared Perry to “a princess out of a Japanese painting,” other commentators for The Atlantic, Los Angeles Times, and Wall Street Journal condemned the pop star for cultural appropriation.

In an interview with “The Ralphie Show” prior to opening the AMAs, it was evident that Perry did not realize she would be traveling in to controversial territory.

“It will be a beautiful sight for the eyes, and hopefully a blessing for the ears,” Perry responded when asked to preview the performance, which opened the telecast. “It’ll be really beautiful. It’ll be based on one of my favorite places in the world.”

The controversy might have the “Roar” singer thinking twice before the next time she agrees to perform on television.

“I love performing on tour, because (you’re) more in control, and I have more vision for it,” Perry explained. “The award shows, although I love being a part of them, you only get to rehearse for a few days and everything’s so last minute. Yunno, I’m coming in from Europe, so I’m awake while I’m supposed to be sleeping and sleeping while I’m supposed to be awake so it’s very strange times.”

AMAs aside, Perry has orchestrated a triumphant return to the charts in 2013. Her single “Roar” set the pace by hitting number one, and her album PRISM followed in October with a debut atop the Billboard 200. Despite the reasons and invitations to celebrate growing, the singer seems to find moderation.

“It’s really important to remember that the party will always be there, and that’s not the most important part of this,” Perry said, in a rather straight-forward manner. When I clarified that I didn’t mean she gets “blackout drunk,” the songstress quipped, “I stopped the brown liquor so I don’t blackout. I stick to champagne and clear beverages!”

If success has affected Perry at all, you certainly wouldn’t be able to notice by her sense of humor.

TREND HUNGRY TUESDAY: Ear Cuffs

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In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva talks about a trend seen on the American Music Awards red carpet and on sale this Black Friday, ear cuffs.

Visit Trend Hungry to find the latest fashion 411 on a skinny budget, and catch Jessie every Tuesday evening on “The Ralphie Show.”

BACKSTAGE ACCESS: The 2013 American Music Awards

“The Ralphie Show” was live all weekend from backstage at the 2013 American Music Awards and spoke with celebrities from music and TV.

AUDIO: People Magazine’s Antoinette Coulton Talks ‘Sexiest Man Alive’ Adam Levine

People Magazine’s Chief of Reporters Antoinette Coulton called “The Ralphie Show” to chat about the choice of Adam Levine as the magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive” this year. Coulton reveals what the magazine saw in Levine, besides his looks, that made him the man for the cover.

TREND HUNGRY TUESDAY: Name Plate Necklaces

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In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva offers up a possible cool holiday gift, name plate necklaces.

Visit Trend Hungry to find the latest fashion 411 on a skinny budget, and catch Jessie every Tuesday evening on “The Ralphie Show.”

INTERVIEW: Florida Georgia Line Previews AMAs, Talks Macy’s Parade

So what’s more nerve-wracking: Reading off a teleprompter in front of a national TV audience, or performing a song in front of the same audience? If you answered the former, then you have something in common with Florida Georgia Line.

“I’d rather play a whole show and I’d be less nervous than getting up there and trying to read,” singer Tyler Hubbard told “The Ralphie Show” ahead of this weekend’s American Music Awards. Last year the duo presented an award; this time the group has four nominations and will perform. “It’s just a whole another ball game for me at least but we got through it.”

Florida Georgia Line is up for Best New Artist, Single Of The Year, Favorite Country Band, Duo or Group, and Favorite Country Album. Of course the band’s big 2013 was fueled by the hit “Cruise,” with a crossover-friendly remix featuring rapper Nelly.

“We grew up listening to him,” Brian Kelley said of the “Country Grammer” star. “When we got the mix back, I still think about it. I’ll never forget the day we got it back. We were on the bus, and we listened to it probably a hundred times.”

Hubbard noted that Nelly proved to be more than just a solid musical collaborator.

“He gives us all kinds of advice. He’s a smart, smart guy,” Tyler said. “One thing that we definitely took from the beginning was, he’s just big on, yunno everything is just happening so fast for us and he’s just like, ‘Man, you can only be the new guys once. So just enjoy it, live it up, and keep working hard.’”

FGL will round out the year with a performance at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and some December commitments before calling it a year on December 16. Suffice to say the southern boys haven’t quite acclimated to the northern weather yet.

“We’ll be back in New York, trying to stay warm,” Hubbard said. “I need to find me a scarf.”

“You probably won’t recognize us on the float,” added Kelley. “The only thing that’s going to be showing is our eyes and maybe our nose. We will be bundled up.”