Posts Tagged ‘Years’
» posted on Thursday, February 9th, 2012 at 9:29 pm by joey-fatone
Remember the good aged days when the afternoon was spent watchful to see if Nsync took the series one mark from Backstreet Boys on TRL? Or — if we were propitious adequate — you’d wait outward the studio in Times … Continue reading
» posted on Wednesday, August 3rd, 2011 at 3:59 am by joey-fatone
Hello, everyone! It’s Mark Blankenship from . You competence remember me from a here on TFE, yet otherwise, this is my initial coming on the site. I’m not observant I’m nervous, yet we altered my outfit 6 times before we … Continue reading
» posted on Saturday, June 4th, 2011 at 9:14 pm by joey-fatone
Lady Gaga’s opening week sales for ‘Born This Way’ could be top given N*SYNC’s ‘Celebrity’ 10 years ago
Lady Gaga’s Born This Way is expected to be a outrageous hit, though only how most of a strike will the successful artist produce? According to projections by , the manuscript will have the highest-selling opening week given 2001’s Celebrity, … Continue reading
» posted on Monday, May 23rd, 2011 at 12:19 pm by joey-fatone
Thanks to JT4Breakfast for this great (but expected) news! Of course a powerhouse duo like Justin and Lady Gaga would draw viewers! Something for SNL to keep in mind…
A preliminary 4.5 adults 18-49 rating in the 25 markets with Local People Meter’s, well above the season’s average (which has hovered around a 3.0).
via press release:
‘SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE’ SCORES ITS HIGHEST SEASON-CLOSING OVERNIGHTS IN SEVEN YEARS HOSTED BY JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE AND FEATURING MUSICAL GUEST LADY GAGA, ‘SNL’ GROWS BY 21 PERCENT VS. THE YEAR-AGO FINALETHE MAY 21 ‘SNL’ AVERAGES A 7.0 RATING IN METERED-MARKET HOUSEHOLDS, MATCHING THE 2004 SEASON-ENDER AS ‘SNL’S’ HIGHEST-RATED SINCE 2000
‘SNL’ HAS NOW EQUALED OR TOPPED THE PRIOR YEAR’S FINALE FOR THE LAST FOUR YEARS IN A ROW
UNIVERSAL CITY, Calif. – May 22, 2011 – The 36th season finale of “Saturday Night Live” has scored the highest metered-market household average for an “SNL” season-closer in seven years and equaled the highest in 11 years, according to household ratings averages in the 56 local markets metered by Nielsen Media Research. Last night’s telecast, hosted by Justin Timberlake and featuring musical guest Lady Gaga, generated a 21 percent increase over last year’s season finale, marking the fourth year in a row “SNL” has matched or topped the season finale of the prior year.
The May 21 edition of “Saturday Night Live” averaged a 7.0 rating, 17 share in metered-market household averages, highest for an “SNL” season finale since May 15, 2004, when a telecast hosted by the Olsen Twins and featuring musical guest J-Kwon also averaged a 7.0. The last time an “SNL” season-ender scored higher than a 7.0 was on May 20, 2000, when an edition hosted by Jackie Chan and featuring musical guest Kid Rock earned a 7.3 rating in metered-market households. The year-ago finale scored a 5.8/14 in the local markets and for both the two years before that, the season-closer earned a 5.4. The 2007 finale averaged a 4.9.
Last night’s “Saturday Night Live” was the #1 telecast of the night in metered-market households ahead of all primetime programming on ABC, CBS, NBC and Fox.
In the 25 markets with Local People Meters, “Saturday Night Live” averaged a 4.5 rating, 18 share, making it the #1 telecast of the night on ABC, CBS, NBC or Fox. Versus the year-ago season finale, “SNL” was up 32 percent in the Local People Meters (4.5 vs. 3.4).
National ratings, demographic results and viewer totals for last night’s “Saturday Night Live” are due from Nielsen Thursday, May 26.
Great job, Justin and Lady Gaga!
» posted on Monday, July 26th, 2010 at 1:04 am by joey-fatone
HEAR YE! HEAR YE! It is May 1 and therefore officially Lance Month here at Still*NSYNC! Sit down, strap yourself in and hang on for ALL LANCE EVERYTHING!
Who is this Lance Bass, you ask? Where’ve YOU been, under some rock? You’ve never heard of Singer/Actor/Producer/Manager/Activist/Dancer (okay we’re pushin’ it with that one)/Philanthropist/Animal Lover/Party Boy Extraordinaire James Lance Bass?
Well, we thought some of you might need a primer or a reminder of just WHO Lance is, so we’ll start at the beginning.
First off, you’ll want to take a read through the biographies that we have posted for all of the members of *NSYNC, especially the one for Lance. Yeah, we could post some stuffy Rolling Stone bio, but from our perspective (down here in the cheap seats) nothing beats a Superfan’s Point of View. If you haven’t read it, or haven’t read it in a long time, please catch up on the story of Lance and check out his Bio!
As another intro to Lance, check out the video posted above from VH1′s Driven episode on *NSYNC. Tomorrow, we’ll be diving head first into Lance Mania, starting with the embarrassing stuff, like this picture… and maybe we’ll dig up some ShowStoppers and Attache video… never know what might pop up during Lance Month!
» posted on Thursday, July 15th, 2010 at 4:08 pm by joey-fatone
Here at Still*NSYNC we are celebrating the man that is Lance Bass with a month specially themed for him. This week we’re talking about the early years of Mr. Bass.
It all started right about here… actually in just a few days, in 1979 in Mississipi. They say some babies have a face only a mother could love, but I’ve checked out the Baby Bass Face and it’s pretty darn loveable:
On three, everyone….one, two, three— AWWW!
James Lance Bass was born in Laurel, Mississippi, to James and Diane Bass. Along with his older sister, Stacy, Bass grew up in nearby Ellisville, Mississippi. Lance has described his childhood as “extremely happy”. As a young boy, he developed an interest in space, and at age 9 traveled to Cape Canaveral, Florida, with his father to watch his first live space shuttle launch. “I was certain from then on that my future was to be involved with space.” [source] Shortly after, he attended space camp in Titusville, Florida, and aspired to attend college and study engineering, with the hope that he would one day work for NASA. [Thanks to Wikipedia for providing the details!]
Coming up, we talk about Lance the Kid and Lance the ShowStopper!