It's such a bummer these two can't get along!
The confidante went on to explain:
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We can't wait to follow this yellow brick road!
There's less than a month until NBC airs its annual live musical, and these sneak peeks just keep getting better and better.
While we've gotten a look at what some of the stars of The Wiz Live! will be wearing on Dec. 3, Monday's all-new trailer for the stage production shows off what we can expect from the cast's more famous stars.
In fact, Mary J. Blige's Wicked Witch of the West is the only person we've yet to see, so they must be saving the wickedest for last!
This is shaping up to be so much bigger than Sound of Music and Peter Pan and we could not be more excited.
Ch-ch-check out our latest look at The Wiz Live! before it airs Thursday, Dec. 3 at 8 p.m. EST on NBC (above)!!!
Get ready to Ease on Down the Road!
NBC dropped the first teaser for The Wiz Live on Tuesday — and we finally get to see the all-star cast in their iconic costumes strolling down the Yellow Brick Road!
The clip reveals newcomer Shanice Williams as Dorothy who belts out one the musical's hit songs before saying the famous phrase:
"There's no place like home."
The 19-year-old is joined by Ne-Yo playing the Tinman, David Alan Grier as the Cowardly Lion, and Elijah Kelley as Scarecrow!
Check out the teaser (above) and watch The Wiz Live! on December 3 at 8 p.m. EST on NBC!
They're officially off to see the wizard!
We're still two months away from getting swept back to Oz for The Wiz Live!, but by the looks of things, we think it's going to be well worth the wait.
NBC released the first cast portrait for the musical on Tuesday, and we're really feeling the modern costumes!
From Shanice Williams' adorable Dorothy and David Alan Grier's confident Cowardly Lion to Ne-Yo's suave Tin Man and Elijah Kelley's rather creepy Scarecrow, they sure do look like they're having a blast!
Unfortunately, we still haven't gotten a sneak peek of Uzo Aduba, Amber Riley, Mary J. Blige, Queen Latifah, Common, or the rest of the cast, but we have a feeling their costumes will be just as AH-Mazing.
Ch-ch-check out a sneak peek of The Wiz Live! before it airs Thursday, Dec. 3 at 8/7c on NBC (below)!!!
Such exciting news!
He used the photo-sharing site to post a precious pic of his lovely lady holding up a cute photo of the two of them snuggling together, captioning it:
Ch-ch-check it out (below)!
No this isn't the line-up for an upcoming music festival! They're just a few of the big-name artists performing Disney's biggest hits on the upcoming We Love Disney album!
The compilation includes covers from the classic Cinderella all the way to last year's Frozen.
Ariana takes on Zero to Hero from Hercules, and Jessie J sings Part Of Your World from The Little Mermaid! LOVES it!
Meanwhile Jason puts some soul into Can You Feel The Love Tonight from The Lion King, while Gwen does a rendition of Rainbow Connection from The Muppet Movie.
The BET Awards do not forget their past!
This year, they're honoring music legend Smokey Robinson with the Lifetime Achievement Award!
And when he went up on stage to accept the award, Mr. Robinson made sure to say a prayer to the big man upstairs, while thanking everyone who helped him get to this point.
But the best part was at the end when Smokey couldn't help but perform his songs too!
Ch-ch-check out the video (below) and be taken back in time!
Justin Bieber is used to playing sold-out arena concerts. But the 21-year-old pop star surprised patrons at The Nice Guy lounge in West Hollywood Friday night with a secret set. And PerezHilton.com has exclusive details from inside Justin's performance!
After hiding in the kitchen for half an hour, Justin emerged and took the small corner stage with guitarist Dan Kanter. A bodyguard stood in front preventing anyone from getting too close.
Wearing a fedora and leather bomber, Justin looked more crooner than pop star. The Biebs sang a set of 4-5 songs, beginning with a cover of NeYo's So Sick and his own hit As Long As You Love Me. Later, he tried out his new song Home To Mama, which was appropriate since his mother Patti Mallette was in the audience.
As he left the stage, Justin thanked the crowd and something surprisingly humble: