what happened to Eden’s Crush, Scene 23, O-Town and Flickerstick? What happened to the four groups spawned on U.S. reality TV shows? Entertainment Weekly has the lowdown. Two of the groups, Eden’s Crush and Scene 23, born on Popstars and Popstars 2 respectively, broke up earlier this year after their record label went under. London-Sire… continue reading
what happened to the Popstars groups? Scene 23, Eden’s Crush–what happened to the U.S. and Canadian Popstars groups? andPop.com looks at where they are now, and it isn’t all good news.
Popstars, Wet Seal launch clothing line. Together with clothing store and manufacturer Wet Seal, Popstars has launched a new clothing line. Wet Seal’s fashion director will design the clothes and the group’s look, keeping them both on the same wavelength. + plus: “play along” via Interactive Popstars during the TV show.
Eden’s Crush performing at free Chicago concert tonight. The Popstars group will headline the annual Rock the River concert, performing at 8:45 p.m. tonight in Pioneer Plaza on Michigan Avenue. The concert is free.
O-Town, Eden’s Crush will play FOX’s Teenapalooza. The kids from Making the Band and Popstars will play FOX’s Teenapalooza next Wednesday, June 20, at 8 p.m. ET. They’ll join acts like Shaggy, Sisqo, and Dream.
Eden’s Crush will appear on Sabrina, The Teenage Witch tonight. The Popstars, getting ready for their tour with ‘NSync that starts in June, will appear on Sabrina, The Teenage Witch tonight, singing their debut single from their first album. The episode airs at 8 p.m. ET.
O-Town, Eden’s Crush among pop stars looking to jump to Hollywood. Both the women from Popstars‘ Eden’s Crush and the guys from Making the Band‘s O-Town are among the pop singers who are part of a forthcoming “mass migration of singers to the bright lights of Hollywood,” Worldpop reports.
Eden’s Crush’s album out today. The first album from the Popstars-produced Eden’s Crush hits stores today, a few weeks after the show concluded its first season.
the “payback song” from Eden’s Crush is number one again. The New York Daily News reports that “Get Over Yourself” was “the best-selling single in the country” for the second week in a row, selling “more than 75,000 copies a week.”
Making the Band’s “diva[s]” get a B+, Popstars “stiletto-heeled vamps” get a C. Also in this week’s Entertainment Weekly, Ken Tucker reviews and grades the upcoming season of Making the Band (B+) and the just-concluded season of Popstars (C). He writes that while the members of Eden’s Crush were “made over into interchangeably skinny, skimpily… continue reading
Eden’s Crush will tour with ‘NSync. ‘NSync will be joined by Eden’s Crush, the group from Popstars, on their summer tour from June 19 to July 27. Let the Manufactured Group Tour 2001 jokes begin. + plus: Time looks at “inventing stardom.”
Eden’s Crush has first concert in L.A. The group from Popstars performed seven songs at The Palace Friday in their first live concert. Footage of it airs this Friday.
Eden’s Crush’s single “is the top entry on SoundScan’s singles chart this week.” Inside.com reports that while other pop acts are sinking–O-Town’s debut album is at number 60–the Popstars group Eden’s Crush saw their first single, “Get Over Yourself”, land at number one on the single’s chart this week.
Popstars is AOL Time Warner “taking cross-promotion to a new level.” Much like Making the Band, Popstars owes a lot of its success to media synergy.
Eden’s Crush debuts first video tonight on Popstars. They’re done with their first single, “Get Over Yourself,” so now Eden’s Crush–the group born on Popstars–will work on and debut their video tonight at 8:30 p.m. EST.
Popstars reject is “not unhappy” about not being included. Although she made it to the finals on Popstars, Shaunda Johnston is actually okay with the outcome–probably partly because she’s receiving inquiries from record producers already.
Popstars group selected. Ivette, Rosanna, Nicole, Maile, and Ana are the Popstars that form an as-yet-unnamed group. Selected during Friday’s episode, the group will now go on to produce an album and go on tour.
Popstars selects its final five tonight. Five of the finalists will be selected on Popstars tonight as the final group. It’s about time, too; tonight’s episode, which airs at 8:30 p.m. EST, is the show’s sixth episode.
O-Town on Popstars: “They could be our soul mates.” O-Town, the group born out of Making the Band, is “pretty excited” about Popstars, according to O-Town band member Trevor. And Dan thinks the newly selected five-member girl group could be O-Town’s “soul mates.” Sure, Dan.
is the new Canadian Popstars inferior to the U.S. version? The Toronto Star’s Antonia Zerbisias likes The WB’s Popstars just as much as she liked Making the Band, but says that the first episode of the Canadian Popstars, which debuted last night, “lacks cohesion.” Worse, “not a single girl is allowed to make an impression… continue reading