With “Game Of Thrones” officially over, Sophie Turner’s promotional attention will turn to another high-profile project.
She will be making television appearances in support of the new film “Dark Phoenix.”
One such appearance will come on June 3, when the actress pays a visit to “Live With Kelly & Ryan.” That day’s episode will also feature Adam Scott and the winner of the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
Other upcoming “Live With Kelly & Ryan” lineups are as follows:
May 23: Jamie & Corinne Foxx, Richard Madden, Madison VanDenburg
May 24: Dana Carvey
May 27: Hilary Swank, Yvonne Strahovski, Lukas Graham
May 28: Bryce Dallas Howard
May 29: Tate Donovan, Jake Miller
May 30: Jeff Daniels, Daniel Dae Kim, Chris Byrne
May 31: Taron Egerton, Danielle Brooks
From a pop music perspective, Tuesday’s “The Voice” finale featured one of the most star-studded lineups in several seasons.
The list of performers included BTS, Jonas Brothers, Khalid, Taylor Swift, Halsey, Hootie & The Blowfish, and more.
The acts all took the stage as part of the two-hour finale, which ultimately culminated with the reveal of this year’s “The Voice” winner. The show also featured performances by this year’s contestants.
Following Tuesday’s broadcast, NBC shared photos of BTS, Jonas Brothers and Khalid posing backstage. The pictures follow:
Halsey’s new single “Nightmare” received an unsurprisingly warm welcome at pop radio.
Picked up by 162 Mediabase-monitored pop stations in conjunction with this week’s official impact, “Nightmare” easily ranks as the format’s most added song.
DJ Khaled’s new “Just Us (featuring SZA)” takes second place on the add board. It scored impact-week support from 48 stations.
Shaed’s “Trampoline” follows in third with 17 pickups, while an add count of 16 slots Billie Eilish’s “bad guy” in fourth.
Kygo & Rita Ora’s “Carry On,” which won support from 14 new stations, takes fifth on the add board.
This week’s other notable pop radio options: Alan Walker’s “On My Way (featuring Sabrina Carpenter & Farruko)” (6th-most), Bryce Vine’s “La La Land (featuring YG)” (7th-most, tie), MAX’s “Love Me Less (featuring Quinn XCII)” (7th-most, tie), Lizzo’s “Truth Hurts” (9th-most, tie), and Christian Paul’s “Strong” (9th-most, tie).
As we approach the end of the May 17-23 tracking period, Tyler, The Creator’s new release looks set for a #1 debut in the United States.
According to Hits Daily Double, “IGOR” is expected to close the week with 65-85K in pure US sales. The inclusion of units from track sales and streams should yield a consumption figure in the 150-175K range.
Based on current tracking, the figures should allow “IGOR” to debut at #1 for both pure sales and consumption. The next-best sales performer will likely be The National’s “I Am Easy To Find” (~40-45K). DJ Khaled’s new “Father Of Asahd” should take second for consumption with about ~115-130K.
“IGOR” will be Tyler, The Creator’s first #1 album in the US. His previous release “Flower Boy” started at #2 for sales and consumption.