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INTERVIEW: Jason Derulo Talks BBMA Finalists, New LP

After helping to announce some of the 2014 Billboard Music Awards Finalists on “Good Morning America” in Times Square, Jason Derulo spoke with “Ralphie Tonight” about those artists and his performance at the show.

The 2014 Billboard Music Awards air live on May 18 at 8, 7C on ABC from Las Vegas. Derulo also spoke with “Ralphie Tonight” about the release of his new album, Talk Dirty, in the States on April 15.

VIDEO: Talking Weekend Entertainment Headlines On PIX 11

I joined Sukanya Krishnan and Kori Chambers on the PIX 11 Morning News to chat about headlines from the weekend, including a reality show star shot at his mother’s funeral, Lady Gaga’s run at Roseland Ballroom, and the big box office debut for “Noah.”

INTERVIEW: American Authors Goes Platinum With ‘Best Day Of My Life’

The band American Authors says that its new LP, Oh, What A Life, is about the highs and lows we all experience. Just within a week of the album’s release, the group had a chance to experience both peaks and valleys first hand.

On Monday March 3, American Authors sang its hit “Best Day Of My Life” on “Live! with Kelly and Michael” for the show’s post-Oscars special in Los Angeles. The band’s performance received at best, mixed reviews. The next day its debut LP hit stores. The following Monday, Authors returned to the “Live!” set, this time in New York. Things went a lot better, especially when the band was presented with a plaque to mark the single selling 1 million copies in the U.S.

“Strangely enough I think it was just the byproduct of people being overworked and overtired,” drummer Matt Sanchez explained before adding, “Not us by any means, the crew.”

“(The show) hired on a bunch of people from L.A. that aren’t on their normal team,” guitarist James Adam Shelley said. “There was a lot of craziness (for) everybody, so.”

Lead singer Zac Barnett simply chalked the whole ordeal up to “technical difficulties,” and bassist Dave Rublin chimed in, “Yunno, things happen. We’re human.”

A lot has taken place since the four met at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. The many commutes between New York and Massachusetts led the band to drop out of school three-and-a-half years ago, move to Brooklyn, and pursue their dream full time.

“Once we got down here, and started being inspired by the surroundings… the music that we’re creating now is so different than what we started out with seven years ago or so,” Barnett said. “It was just time for a change. We changed our name and became American Authors.”

The quartet hails from all over the country but has taken a liking to their new digs.

“Where we live in Brooklyn is just such a melting pot for artists,” Rublin gushed. The bass player grew up in nearby Maplewood, N.J. “Pottery people, actual painters, and then we have like street musicians and everyone in between; fashion designers and everything. So it’s just a really cool spot to go out to the bars in those areas and be like, running in to random people who’ve done so many things you’ve seen in the city.”

Or in the case of a band that dropped out of college and now has a platinum single to its credit, heard in the city.

INTERVIEW: Lea Michele Transitions From Broadway To TV To Recording Artist

Lea Michele released her new album Louder amidst a whirlwind press tour that included radio stations, “Kelly and Michael,” “Good Morning America,” and “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.”

“I’m so proud of him. I’m so happy for him,” Michele told “Ralphie Tonight” after taping with Fallon. “He’s like, the nicest guy!”

Michele joined Fallon once when he hosted “Late Night.”

“He sits and chats with you and just makes you feel so at home,” she said. “It was one of my favorite performances I think, but mainly because he’s so awesome.”

The “Glee” star chatted with “Ralphie Tonight” before her second of three album signings in the tri-state area. The promo tour continued on the west coast through the weekend.

“I just think that my background has been the best preparation and it’s given me such a solid ground,” Michele said of transitioning to a major label recording artist. “This is a really tough industry and it comes with a lot of pressure and stuff like that so I think coming from Broadway and then also going on to ‘Glee’; this has all be great preparation for this next phase of my life.”

Phase one included a leading role in the Broadway smash, “Spring Awakening.” Duncan Sheik (“Barely Breathing) scored the musical, although the two did not link up on Michele’s latest project

“I don’t even know where he is!” she joked. “I think he’s in London actually, right now.”

Close – Germany when we caught up Sheik a day after the interview. He was then headed to London before returning to New York.

Michele lived in New Jersey and New York before moving to California and landing on “Glee.”

“It definitely helped me learn how to be in the recording studio, how to record songs,” she said of her time playing Rachel Berry at William McKinley High School. “Working on ‘Glee’ really helped me to understand what the studio life was like, and then recording this album.”

Singing in to a microphone that is directly in front of you as opposed to singing to the back of the house was the biggest difference for Michele between performing on Broadway and recording this album. The California-resident will wrap up season five of “Glee” and then tour across venues overseas. Michele then returns stateside to film the sixth and final season of the FOX TV show before she possibly tours in the States.

INTERVIEW: Mariah Carey Praises Jimmy Fallon; Previews New LP

The top-selling female artist of all time is heaping some big praise on to the new host of “The Tonight Show.”

“I feel like he’s legendary,” Mariah Carey said of Jimmy Fallon to “The Ralphie Show.” The interview was taped just after Carey filmed her cameo on Fallon’s first night. “He’s just such a good person.”

Fallon’s demeanor probably explains why so many big names were in attendance not just for the inaugural show, but throughout the week.

“After you’ve been interviewed by so many different types of people, different types of shows,” Carey continued. “And I’m sure as someone who interviews celebrities, you have your favorites and you feel a connection with. He’s one of those people. He really does it all.”

Carey is multi-talented herself, although at the moment her main professional focus is on her yet-to-be-titled 14th studio LP. It is due out May 6, and the singer revealed that the track listing is complete.

“I added three new songs,” she said. “I felt like the journey was not yet complete as a songwriter.”

The “We Belong Together” songstress says collaborators include Nas and Wale on the artist side, and Jermiane Dupri, Rodney Jerkins, and Hit-Boy for songwriting and producing credits.

“There’s a lot of up-tempo, fun, happy moments,” she said, “and yet, there are those moments of complete and total misery.”

Carey dealt with a bit of her own misery in the process, thus the album’s delay. In June Carey dislocated her shoulder while shooting a music video. She is feeling better but is still recovering from the injury.

“Well, if we’re pushing the date anyways, I can sing,” Carey explained of her reasoning to add the new tracks a few months ago. With those songs, the artist feels she is now ending the album on a proper note. “Thank goodness I can move my arms now… it’s been rough.”

The singer last released an album prior to the birth of her twins, Moroccan and Monroe. The affectionately titled “Dem Babies” turn three in April, a month in which Carey will also celebrate her five-year wedding anniversary with Nick Cannon.

“I would say it’s very busy yet festive,” she described of this time of year. Carey also celebrates a birthday in March, although she exclusively refers to them as “anniversaries.” “The week of my anniversary, which would be the day that people might celebrate me being born, Aretha Franklin, Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan, Diana Ross…”

All of those singers, along with Celine Dion and Chaka Khan, share a birthday week. Carey didn’t even realize it until she taped the first ever VH1 “Divas” special with Franklin, who said, “Like the sense of humor; typical Aries.”

Carey was in shock and awe. “The Queen of Soul” knew this little girl from Long Island’s birthday. You could say it’s the stuff that legends are made of.

INTERVIEW: Hot Chelle Rae Releases New Single, Defends Bieber

A new single and a new look mark 2014 thus far for the pop-rock outfit Hot Chelle Rae. The band believes “Don’t Say Goodnight” will be the single that buoys its third studio LP. Meanwhile that album will be recorded without bassist Ian Keaggy, who left the band on amicable terms.

“I don’t think he was cut out for the road,” lead singer Ryan Follese told “The Ralphie Show.” “He loves playing music and he’s very passionate about art but I mean, we’ve been touring for two-and-a-half, three years.”

People change with the times. For Keaggy, that meant buying a house and settling down with a steady girlfriend.

“We’re ready to amp it up, where as he was ready to kind of tone it down,” Follese continued. “It all ended on good terms.”

Guitarist Nash Overstreet chimed in that the guys are all still close. It was simply just a matter of some people adjust better to life on the road than others. For HCR, most of their summer in 2013 was spent traveling with Justin Bieber’s “Believe Tour.”

“He was actually really, really nice to us,” Follese said. “He watched our show a couple times from side stage, which we thought was really cool. He even said songs that he liked in our set, which was really cool. It meant he actually did watch it.”

Overstreet went as far as to defend the beleaguered pop star.

“I went out to enough clubs during that tour to give eyewitness to the fact that like, ‘Oh, that club where he spit on the guy? That never happened!’” the guitarist said. “I was right there.”

With Follese’s brother Jamie still in the mix, HCR plans to stay a trio for now. The lead singer says the band has friends who can step in on bass once a tour pops up. No such plans were in place prior to the release of the new single.

“It’s got kind of, more of a classic like, soaring melody in the chorus, which is kind of a new thing for us,” described Follese of “Don’t Say Goodnight.” The song’s hook does sound like it could be related to something performed by the band fun. “But it’s got like this harder, almost rap-y verses which are really, really fun.”

Follese said the song’s inspiration came from bars closing too early out west. If “Don’t Say Goodnight” can be as big as Hot Chelle Rae’s “Tonight Tonight,” then the party won’t be ending any time soon.

INTERVIEW: Dr. Drew Says There’s More Troubles Ahead For Bieber

The reports have lasted over a year and have culminated with Justin Bieber’s arrest on suspicion of driving under the influence. Does the pop star have an issue when it comes to drugs and alcohol?

“It’s starting to look more like addiction because the substances we’re talking about include opiates,” Dr. Drew Pinksy told “The Ralphie Show.” “Remember the ‘sizzurp’ with codeine? Now there’s a prescription medication found in his car, allegedly… this was Xanax… these are the highly addictive chemicals.”

Dr. Drew does not believe the recent incident in Miami will serve as a wake-up call to Bieber.

“This is not over,” he cautioned. “Even ‘Justin Jones,’ the average Justin in the world, would need to sort of lose their freedom before they would really stop. Look at Lindsay (Lohan)? Same thing.”

The TV show host broke down some of the reasons why he believes this happens with celebrities.

“They just have too many buffers to the real consequences; they feel above it,” he said. “They feel entitled. They’re young. ‘Why shouldn’t I?’ ‘Who are you to say?’ Well, alright, whatever.”

Bieber’s arraignment on the charges of DUI, resisting arrest, and driving with an expired license was last week. He was not present for the hearing.

INTERVIEW: Imagine Dragons Happy Taylor Swift Rocks Out At Award Shows

Imagine Dragons performed at the American Music Awards and then The GRAMMYs. Both performances were well received. Both performances were complimented with awards won that evening. Also both performances were enjoyed by a one Taylor Swift, who was seen on camera front and center rocking out to the band’s sounds.

“We’ve played a couple of events before with Taylor and yunno, she always an enthusiastic supporter of us,” bassist Ben McKee told “The Ralphie Show.”

“Anytime we look out and see Taylor Swift dancing, we’re pretty sure we’re doing something right,” added drummer Daniel Platzman. The band member also confirmed that when they’re on stage, Swift’s unmistakable silhouette dancing in the front row is pretty much impossible to miss.

“She was getting down. I think that’s cool,” lead singer Dan Reynolds chimed in. “I think people should express themselves and I feel like more and more, hopefully in society people are ok with letting others express themselves however they want.”

Reynolds also offered Swift props for not being too cool to enjoy herself amongst celebrities and a national television audience.

“To me, the less cool thing to do is to try and act a certain way,” he said.

Reynolds and his band know a thing or two about cool. Imagine Dragons only has one album out, but Night Visions is almost double platinum in the U.S. alone, spawning three big hits in the process. In addition to other artists in the crowd enjoying themselves, the Las Vegas-based quartet has gained notoriety for an artist that collaborates with them on stage: rapper Kendrick Lamar. But despite the acts seamlessly mashing up “Radioactive” and Lamar’s “m.A.A.d city,” don’t expect any features on the band’s next LP.

“We’re really not even thinking fully what we’re going to do with the second album,” Reynolds revealed. “We’ve just been writing without thought.”

The front man told Rolling Stone that the Dragons are currently 50 demos deep in to those writing sessions.

“I think we have a lot of work to do on our own,” guitarist Wayne Sermon explained, “to kind of establish ourselves and to have that confidence in ourselves to identify a sound and to continue to grow before we reach out to other people.”

“But, yeah, you never know.”

INTERVIEW: Aloe Blacc Pays Tribute To Elton John On ‘The Man’

During “The Ralphie Show” Backstage at The GRAMMYs broadcast, Aloe Blacc spoke about the success of his new single, “The Man,” and the U.S. release date for Lift Your Spirit.

Blacc also talked about his hectic schedule and balancing family life with the success he’s currently experiencing in the U.S. after hit singles “Wake Me Up” and “The Man.”

INTERVIEW: Demi Lovato Feeling Better After Hectic 2013

Between scoring another hit single, releasing a revealing book, and leaving “The X-Factor,” Demi Lovato lifted a lot of weight off her shoulders in 2013.

“I worked so hard last year,” Lovato recalled to “The Ralphie Show” during a chat backstage at The 56th Annual GRAMMY Awards. “At the end of the year I was like, a little burnt out.”

But Lovato is turning a new page with 2014; she took most of January off to prepare for the “Neon Lights Tour.” It’s a far cry from a year in which she would pull all-nighters before national TV performances.

“I had press all day, then I had a concert,” Lovato explained of the first time she did this – coincidentally the last time she appeared on our show. “I was done at 10 p.m. I hopped on a private plane and I tried to sleep on there but it was only an hour flight. So we got in to New York, and I couldn’t sleep. So I was up for the entire day.”

Lovato’s work schedule became so overbearing that her team developed creative ways in which she could find time to sleep.

“I used to work so hard that they would prepare a bed in the back of the SUV,” revealed Lovato. “So whenever I got in to the car, there was already a bed prepared because I was not sleeping.”

The singer’s “Neon Lights Tour” begins on February 9 in Vancouver, Canada. Lovato’s supporting acts include Little Mix, Cher Lloyd, and Fifth Harmony. The trek wraps up in Indianapolis on March 30.

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