Sunday, March 22, 2015

Bridgit Mendler joins family in saying goodbye to her grandfather in
Phoenix suburb

Former Disney star, now on NBC's "Undateable," Bridgit Mendler, joined her family on March 23 saying goodbye to her grandfather, John Ford, who passed away suddenly on March 15, 2015.

Seen together in photo taken at Arizona's Tempe Marketplace where she performed on December 20, 2012. Ford, and his wife, lived in Arizona since 1998. (Link to Tween Music photos of the show here.)

A memorial service was held at a Lutheran church in Carefree, Arizona.

Mendler is in the mist of filming "Undateable" shows at the moment and was expected to head right back to Hollywood, missing all the wonderful spring training games in Arizona's Cactus League.

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Taylor Swift staying with Big Machine instead of jumping to Interscope?
Apple Corporation apparently makes offer

In December, it was reported Taylor Swift would abandon Big Machine Records to join Selena Gomez at Interscope.

Reports today say Apple Corporation has made an offer on Big Machine. Looks like Swift will be staying.

This is a major business announcement if the reports are true.

Monday, January 12, 2015

Bridget Mendler
exposes body parts, cleavage

At 22, Bridgit Mendler said she's moved away from the Disney image and into more mature roles.

She's even beginning to show some cleavage.  Granted, not as risque as most you see today - like that newly minted tart Taylor Swift, but it's a beginning!

Thursday, December 18, 2014

Selena Gomez leaves Hollywood Records for Interscope; Taylor Swift expected to follow

In case you missed it, Selena Gomez jumped from Hollywood Records over the weekend, where she signed in 2008, to Interscope Records (why do these companies still call themselves "record" instead of entertainment companies?).

The split was totally expected for most of 2014, with the release of a greatest hits CD, "The Heart Wants What It Wants," fulfilling her contract with Hollywood.

Gomez joins artists like Madonna, Eminem, U2, Dr. Dre and more at Interscope. Hollywood is left with only two prominent acts, Demi Lovato and R5.

"1989" is also expected to be Taylor Swift's last CD for Big Machine label. It is possible/probable she too is in discussion with Interscope.