The Las Vegas-based band offers up another track from its LP, Night Visions, the same album that spawned “It’s Time.”

Kelly Clarkson released Greatest Hits – Chapter One last November. “People Like Us” is the follow-up single to the hit “Catch My Breath.”

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In this week’s edition of “Trend Hungry Tuesday” – Resident Fashionista Jessie Holeva talks about a trendy item that can be worn any season, biker jackets.

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“America’s Got Talent” is moving across the Hudson River, from Newark, NJ to Radio City Music Hall in midtown Manhattan. It’s a change that judge Howard Stern pushed NBC to make.

“Radio City’s going to be dynamic,” Stern told me Monday morning, when he and his cohorts from the TV show appeared in Rockefeller Plaza. “It’s a glamorous venue. It’s exciting to be in Manhattan.”

The new home to the program is also across from Stern’s studios for his morning show on Sirius/XM. The “shock jock” lived up to his moniker towards the end of our chat.

“Yunno, about a year ago I suggested (NBC) get rid of Ann Curry,” Stern joked… we think. “The ratings weren’t good. I called them up and I said, ‘Get her out.’ Everyone’s blaming Matt, everyone’s blaming NBC. I take the full hit for it.”

Not surprisingly, Stern went on to also take credit for the network announcing that Jimmy Fallon would replace Jay Leno next spring. The radio DJ and TV host have been at odds for years; Stern has accused Leno of ripping off jokes and bits from him and other comedians.

Back to “AGT,” – there are also personnel changes on that show as well. Sharon Osbourne will not return this year. Joining Stern and Howie Mandel at the judges table will be singer Melanie Brown and model Heidi Klum.

“I’ve known Heidi for many years,” Mel B. told me. “She’s a great person; very passionate, gorgeous, she’s a mom. So, we have a lot in common.”

Like her fellow judges, Brown thinks Radio City will add a lot to the show.

“You can’t pick a better place,” the artist once known as “Scary Spice” said. “That is New York. I’m very excited.”

Brown also commented on Little Mix, a group of girls from the UK who won “The X-Factor” and are drawing comparisons to the Spice Girls.

“I think there’s room for everybody,” she said. “I don’t even think you need to compare. I think they’re in their own lane and they’re doing their thing. I’ve seen them perform and I think they’re brilliant.”

Klum will talk about the show this Thursday (April 11) on “The Ralphie Show.” Nick Cannon, who was at the media opportunity but offered a limited amount of interviews, will return to host the competition. The new season of “America’s Got Talent” premieres June 4 on NBC.

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Life & Style Weekly reports that Britney Spears is saying “I love you,” to her new boyfriend after about two months. Senior Reporter Andrew Nodell also talked about Mariah Carey’s birthday and Justin Bieber wanting Selena Gomez back on “The Ralphie Show.”


Bravo held its 2013 Upfronts in midtown Manhattan on Wednesday. Almost all of the “Bravolebrities” were in attendance, from “Real Housewives” to Bravo executive and host Andy Cohen. Reza Farahan, start of the hit show “Shahs of Sunset,” and the “Millionaire Matchmaker” Patti Stanger stopped to chat briefly with “The Ralphie Show.”

Maroon 5 is on a roll – four straight singles have gone to number one on the Billboard Pop chart, with the latest being “Daylight.” The follow-up to that track is “Love Somebody” from Overexposed.

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Cher Lloyd is known in the US as a pop princess due to her hit single, “Want U Back.” Judging by that song, you’d never know that Lloyd auditioned for “The X-Factor” in the UK with Keri Hilson’s “Turn My Swag On.”

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“This is the time that I want to bring pop and urban right together, and make it work,” Lloyd told “The Ralphie Show.” “I don’t feel that I’m going to be a ‘bubblegum princess’ anymore. That Cher’s gone.”

Lloyd revealed she is currently changing her sound while recording her follow-up to the album Sticks + Stones. Meanwhile the second single from that LP is the track “With Ur Love.”

“It’s a very cheeky song,” the singer remarked. “It’s catchy. I want all the kids to be singing along to it.”

It sounds though as if those catchy songs may be limited on Lloyd’s sophomore effort. The singer is working with different producers this time and may collaborate with more hip hop artists for her new sound. Rapper Juicy J is featured on a remix for “With Ur Love.”

Meanwhile, US ‘X-Factor’ judge Demi Lovato announced that on her new album Demi, she will partner with Cher for the track, “Really Don’t Care.”

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Life & Style Weekly reports that Katy Perry’s family doesn’t want the singer to reunite with ex John Mayer. Senior News Editor Jordi Lippe also talked about Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert on “The Ralphie Show.”