Demi Lovato and Nick Jonas have recently announced that they are teaming up with talent manager and music executive, Phil McIntyre and creating their own record label.
According to RyanSeacrest.com, Demi will be releasing her fifth album on the label through a creative partnership with Island and Hollywood Records.
“It’s incredibly exciting to be part of this new company where I’m in control of all aspects of my career. I can’t wait to share what we’re working on!” was also shared on RyanSeacrest.com via press release.
The record company will be called Safehouse Records and the duo will be signing new artists to the label in the coming months.
Jennette McCurdy showed her sporty side last week when she threw out the first pitch for the Toronto Blue Jays game at Rogers Centre in Toronto, Canada.
When it comes to sports, figure skating is her favorite.
Just a day later—on May 21—Jennette’s latest project, ‘Between’ premiered on Netflix. The show is about a town that is effected by a disease which has wiped out everyone over the age of 21.
A fun fact about the show, is that it was also filmed in Toronto!
Over the weekend, 5 Seconds of Summer opened up BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend with their cover of ‘What I Like About You.’
The event took over Earlham Park in Norwich and include performance from the likes of Fall Out Boy, Imagine Dragons, Taylor Swift, George Ezra, Olly Murs and Charli XCX.
Those interested in catching the guys’ full performance can do so on the BBC iplayer.
If their performance has you wanting to see them in concert, you can do so in the coming weeks. The guys are currently on their Rock Out with Your Socks Out Tour which is traveling through Europe, Australia and North America. The guys head to New Zealand on June 18 and make their way over to the U.S. on July 17.
Opening for the guys on the ROWYSO tour are Hey Violet—the first band signed to their record label, Hi or Hey Records.