It seems like just yesterday we were counting down until December so we could begin listening to Christmas music and watching Hallmark Channel movies without judgment, but alas it's now almost and that's just crazy. Lucy Hale will be hosting the New Orleans celebratory event while Ciara will be taking charge of the West Coast celebration from Hollywood, where she will also be performing! With so many stars hosting this year's event you know there have to be equally as amazing performances from each location to tune in for.
Highlights include a standup routine from Dangerfield, and a tribute to late singer Bobby Darin on the fifth anniversary of his death. Russell performs a standup comedy routine. Borge introduces a piece by Chopin, but he never quite gets around to playing it.
Yes, one of the world's best-selling pop music icons, Christina Aguilera, will perform for a live audience of more than one million people just minutes before the ball drops. Additional performers will be announced soon. Ranked as the No.
Ranked as the No. Seacrest will host the prime-time festivities and lead the traditional countdown to midnight from Times Square in New York City, as he has for the past 13 years, with live onsite reporting from actress and comedian Jenny McCarthy Wahlberg. Aguilera is a Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter renowned for her powerful voice and hit songs.
Viewers may think the shows silly. Critics may consider them frivolous. But no matter where you turn the television dial these days, it seems, there is the ever-boyish face of Dick Clark and the programs that bear his imprimatur.
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During his three decades at the helm of American Bandstand, Dick Clark showcased hundreds of singers from Buddy Holly to Michael Jackson, introduced America to dance crazes and even helped integrate TV. He certainly earned his reputation as a titan of two industries, changing the ways television and music worked-and worked together. Now both worlds are reeling from the loss of a legend: On April 18 Clark died of a heart attack after prostate surgery in Santa Monica.
The ctv news app: Canada's most trusted news. The celebration takes up all of prime time on ABC, breaks for a half-hour of local news, then comes back on the air for two and a quarter hours that includes the ball dropping in New York City's Times Square to mark the beginning of Clark's special shows no sign of slippage, after collecting its biggest audience in five years last year.