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Tickets go on sale nationwide today for The “Believe In Girls” (B.I.G.) Celebration, a day-long event culminating in an evening concert featuring Grammy nominated artist and celebrity judge on the hit show “The Sing Off,” Sara Bareilles and pop star Joe Jonas of the band The Jonas Brothers. The event will take place on June 23, 2012, starting at 1 p.m. at Liberty State Park in Jersey City, N.J. and will also include a daytime performance from “The X Factor” finalist, Rachel Crow, a fireworks display, and 100 activities. The B.I.G. Celebration is presented by the Girl Scout Councils of New Jersey and is open to all girls nationwide and their parents/ guardians, even if they are not currently involved in Girl Scouting.
Tickets are available online at www.girlscouts100nj.org. Participants who purchase tickets before February 29, 2012, will receive an early access pass granting them entry to the event one hour early. The first 15,000 people to purchase tickets will receive a free cinch sack bag. The $89.50 per ticket price covers the cost of entry, all daytime performances, the evening concert, on-site activities and parking.
“The name of this event perfectly describes what this day is all about, and that’s believing in girls and doing it in a big way,” said Mary Connell, CEO of Girl Scouts of Central & Southern New Jersey. “With so many activities and the exciting entertainment program featuring a main stage performance by singer-song writer Sara Bareilles, we know that every girl will remember this experience for her lifetime.”
The day-long event will include 100 activities taking place at the historic and scenic Liberty State Park, which features 1,122 acres of open space and panoramic views of The Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island and the New York Harbor. Activities include an evening concert by Sara Bareilles and Joe Jonas, daytime performances by Rachel Crow and local acts, a fireworks display over the New York Harbor, an A.C. Moore Craft Zone, a cooking pavilion including cupcake decorating classes and demos, a tech pavilion featuring the latest hands-on devices, a literary pavilion where girls can meet authors, more than a dozen bounce houses, rockwall climbing, and much more! All participants will also receive a commemorative B.I.G. celebration event t-shirt. Sponsors include Sports Authority, EF Educational Tours, and FLOMO.
The B.I.G. Celebration is presented by the Girl Scout Councils of New Jersey and commemorates the 100th anniversary of Girl Scouting and its mission to empower girls and instill them with courage, confidence and character. For a full list of program activities at the B.I.G. Celebration, please visit www.girlscouts100nj.org.
Apparently Jennifer Love Hewitt isn’t a bring-home-to-mom kind of gal – at least not on Hot in Cleveland.
In a Jan. 25 episode of the TV Land series (airing at 10 p.m.), the actress, 32, reprises her role as Wendie Malick’s daughter Emmy, and disappoints Valerie Bertinelli’s character Melanie when she announces that she is engaged to her son Will, played by Joe Jonas. (See clip, below.)
“Our moms are shocked to find out that we’re engaged,” Hewitt tells PEOPLE. “I’m the wrong person for him because his character is really nice and down to earth, and mine is ridiculous and rude and has all the wrong priorities.”
Explaining that the ladies are “pretty upset” about the impending nuptials, “Our parents in the episode try to convince us we’re not right for each other,” Jonas, 22, says.
Eventually, Malick and Bertinelli leave their kids alone to figure out their incompatibility by themselves.
“At that point, our relationship unravels,” Hewitt says. “He sort of figures out who I really am, and I figure out that he’s just not as exciting as I thought he was. And then we end up not together at the end. It’s just sad.”
Adds Jonas, “We eventually realized it’s not best.”
Jonas Brothers star Joe Jonas says one of his New Year’s resolutions is to be able to make more music with his brothers, Kevin and Nick Jonas.
For the upcoming 2012, the 22-year-old middle member of the JoBros wishes to reunite with Jonas brothers, reported Ace Showbiz. “I hope to continue what I’ve been doing. Making great music that I’m proud of. And be able to make more music with my brothers,” he said.
Most recently, there was a never-before-heard song from the JoBros hitting the web, much to their fans’ delight. Titled Dance Until Tomorrow, it’s reportedly a promotional single for their first upcoming studio album since 2009′s Lines, Vines and Trying Times.
JOE JONAS sounds exhausted. The twenty-two-year-old is on the line from Toronto, Canada, where he’s been allocated less than twenty-four hours to talk his way through today’s promotional duties for his debut solo album ‘FASTLIFE’, before being whisked away to Los Angeles for more press.
After six years of being swooned over as the middle Jonas [dreamboat] Brother, Joe began working on solo material early last year with pop/dance, hip-hop, techno and house music influences in mind. Joe says that he “wanted to make this album something a club DJ would listen to” and that the experience was “liberating… in a way, but also a challenge, to finally be able to say 100% of what I wanted in a song.”
Joe Jonas, one-third of the pop sensation Jonas Brothers, is going solo. His new album, FastLife, out Tuesday, is better suited to a dance club than the Disney Channel. Jonas, 22, who has been on the road with Jay Sean and joins Britney Spears on her European tour starting Sunday, spoke with USA TODAY about his album and performing without his bros.
Q: Your new album seems to delve into your past relationships. Why did you decide to write about that?
A: When I started writing for the record, I wanted it to be very personal … even though it’s scary because it’s just (me) by myself. People are going to listen and try to pinpoint what the lyrics are about, but I did my best without saying any names.
Q: But this doesn’t sound like a breakup album; it’s pretty upbeat. Where do you think people will listen to your music?
A: Love Slayer is being played at clubs. I wrote the record for people to listen to in the car, with friends, wherever.
Q: What was it like to work with Chris Brown?
A: Fantastic. We just got together to play music and listen to each other’s stuff, and quickly it became us songwriting. We wrote (first single) See No More together, and he wrote Lighthouse, too, that I love.
Q: Lil Wayne remixed one of your songs. How did that come about?
A: (Second single) Just in Love was already finished, and he wanted to put a rap on the song, put a remix out, which is so exciting because I’m a huge Lil Wayne fan.
Q: How do you find enough energy to perform every night?
A: Even if I’m tired or exhausted or not feeling great, when I look out into the audience and I see those fans — that energy that they pull out of me is just hard to explain. Being on your own (without brothers Nick and Kevin) is a different thing because you put pressure on yourself to make the show great. (The day after this interview, Kevin surprised fans by showing up onstage with Joe at his show at Best Buy Theater in New York.)
Q: What do you do for fun on tour?
A: Bowling. It’s a fun thing, keeps it light. Everybody loves bowling — and playing video games. It’s kind of a tradition now on tour. Before we go on stage, we have to play. … I love sightseeing. Recently, we went to Austin and to the university there. I was able to see, almost, a college life. Something that I missed out on.
Q: What else do you do before you go on stage?
A: I go over the dance steps in my mind. I go over the music. I warm up. I do about 50 push-ups with my trainer and my security just to get pumped up before a show, get our energy up. And then I just go have fun.
Q: Do you sleep well on the bus after that?
A: I love the tour bunks. I can sleep like a baby in those bunks. It really doesn’t bother me at all. A lot of people have a difficult time — they’re like, “It’s like a coffin.” I get in there and I just pass out. You can’t even wake me up.
Q: Any plans for the Jonas Brothers to get back together after your tour?
A: Definitely. Right now, we’re just doing our individual stuff. And then when the time is right, (we’ll) get back together and start this up.
Q: Do you have any advice for younger artists trying to break into the music industry?
A: I was living that life for six years, still kind of am. It can be a very scary thing. I’m lucky I had a family and good friends to keep my head on straight and to realize it’s a dream come true.
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Once-acrimonious exes Joe Jonas and Taylor Swift are back in contact, multiple sources tell the new Us Weekly, out now — and Jonas, 22, is eager to restart the romance he ended with a 27-second phone call in late 2008.
“He wants her back,” a Jonas source tells Us. “He wants to show her he’s a changed man and would love to see what’s possible between them.”
To that end, Jonas and Swift are “testing the waters” as platonic pals for now. Jonas was even a surprise audience member at Swift’s sold-out Sept. 1 concert in San Jose, Calif.
Post-split, Jonas and Swift, 21, infamously traded barbs about one another via song. Swift rehashed the breakup in “Forever and Always” and trashed his rebound, Camilla Belle, in “Better Than Revenge.” Jonas ranted about “superstars and all the tears on her guitar” in his track “Much Better.”
But those bitter musical sentiments are water under the bridge now, pals say.
“They’re putting their past behind them,” a Swift source explains. “And maybe rekindling an old flame.”
The Jonas Brothers have spent the past few years dominating the teen music scene. But after selling millions of albums and winning the hearts of fans worldwide, 22-year-old Joe Jonas is ready to break out on his own. (more…)