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 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 …
Popstars debut earns WB “highest rating ever for the time period.” Variety reports that the US debut of Popstars Friday did extremely well, beating FOX’s Freakylinks, improving on Sabrina, The Teenage Witch’s lead-in ratings, and growing “by 11% in its second half-hour.”