Are you ready, Rushers? Check out the exclusive Vine announcement below from Big Time Rush to find out the names of all 15 track on the deluxe version of the group’s upcoming third album, 24/seven. Then keep reading to find out when you could get your hands on a copy. (Due to browser issues, you may have to click on the video player to see the video.)
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The boys of Big Time Rush got cheeky when they took to Twitter last night to drop the names of four songs on their upcoming third album, 24/seven, due out in June. And as they teased in this tweet below, the guys will be here on EW.com’s Family Room on Monday with the full track list.
Nickelodeon’s bringing some Justice to Big Time Rush.
EW has learned that Victoria Justice, former star of Victorious, will appear as herself on an installment of Nickelodeon’s boy band sitcom this spring. The episode, titled “Big Time Tour Bus,” is notable for another reason as well — it’ll be directed by band member Carlos Pena, who plays jokester Carlos on the show.
In “Big Time Tour Bus,” the boys find themselves caught in traffic while traveling to their next gig. It’s up to Justice to keep the concert’s audience entertained as the guys try to figure out what to do next.
Art, naturally, imitates life; as announced last week, Justice will be joining Big Time Rush on their upcoming Summer Break Tour. Concerts begin in LA June 21st; tickets will go on sale this Saturday, April 6.
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It’s the alien to the rescue! When Marvin (Lucas Cruikshank) and Teri (Victory Van Tuyl) attend a Big Time Rush concert in an upcoming hour-long Marvin Marvin special, they find out that BTR has been kidnapped by the evil Klerg, who are on the hunt to find Klutonians. And when Teri gets mistaken for a Klutonian, it’s up to Marvin to save her and the guys.
Check out the clip below to see how Kendall, James, Carlos, and Logan look after being stuck on an asteroid, and to hear the song they’ll perform. “Big Time Marvin” premieres Saturday, March 30 at 8 p.m. (ET/PT) on Nickelodeon. READ FULL STORY »
The guys from Nickelodeon’s Big Time Rush will get a real rush when singer Cher Lloyd guest stars in an episode of the boy-band show taping the week of Jan. 27 and airing this spring. In it, James (James Maslow), desperate for attention, and Katie (Ciara Bravo) create a lie that he and Cher Lloyd are releasing a hot new duet and video.
“We have been a huge fan of Cher Lloyd’s work since X-Factor. We are so excited to have her guest starring on BTR. She has a charming, sweet, and funny personality, which is a perfect fit for our show,” says BTR’s Logan Henderson. This will be the show’s fourth season, scheduled for 13 episodes.
Public perception seems to be the theme for the whole of the episode: In addition to Lloyd’s storyline, the band makes headlines when Lucy (Malese Jow), Kendall’s ex-girlfriend, pulls a sort of Taylor Swift and releases an album about being dumped by Kendall (Kendall Knight) and it becomes a huge hit. Meanwhile Carlos (Carlos Garcia) gets bad press when he attempts to swat a bee but it looks like he’s hitting old ladies.
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More Big Time Rush coming to Nick
A new wave of boy-band fever has been sweeping the nation this summer, and that’s good news for Rush-ers. Nickelodeon announced today that the network has ordered a fourth season of their hit musical comedy Big Time Rush, with 13 new episodes of the band’s show scheduled to go into production in January.
The popular tween show follows the Hollywood misadventures of four boy band-ers, who are also in a real-life band. The third season premiered in May. READ FULL STORY »
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