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Beane Wows Everyone with Josh Groban Duet on 'American Idol' - Watch Now!

Beane has become one-to-watch on American Idol after his performances during the Top 24 week!

The 23-year-old singer gave two great performances on Monday night (April 5) and we think he definitely deserves a spot in the Top 16.

Beane kicked things off with his own take on Dua Lipa‘s “Don’t Start Now” and then he teamed up with Josh Groban for a duet of the classic song “Angels” by Robbie Williams.

“I would sign you. I think that you have incredible artistic vision. To rearrange the Dua Lipa song and take it up towards the middle, it was really thoughtful. I was thoroughly entertained. And then you sang your socks off with Josh and you did some runs towards the end that were so pro. I would invest in you any day,” judge Katy Perry said.

Beane, whose real name is Brennan Hepler, has previously said that he uses his stage name “because it’s easier to remember.”

Watch both of the performance below!

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Josh Groban Performs at 'Indoguration' for Joe Biden's Dog Major!

Josh Groban is kicking off the Inauguration Day celebrations a little early!

On Sunday (January 17), the 39-year-old entertainer performed during the virtual “Indoguration Ceremony” in honor of President-Elect Joe Biden‘s dog Major.

The ceremony was hosted by the Delaware Humane Association and Pumpkin Pet Insurance as a charity event.

During the event ceremony, Josh performed a remix of “(How Much Is) That Doggie in the Window?” by Patti Page.

“IT CAME TRUE!! I am so happy,” Josh wrote on Instagram ahead of the event. “The world is a mess, but we can all agree dogs rule. Let’s celebrate Major’s Indoguration and raise $$ for his rescue shelter, Delaware Humane Association. Today at 3pm EST! All donations go to Major’s shelter, DHA. Zoom tickets have sold out but you can still watch the show on YouTube (link in my stories!) and donate to DHA using the link in the YouTube video description. See you there!”

Major will be the very first rescue dog ever to live in the White House. Major won’t be the only dog moving in on Wednesday, January 20. The President-Elect and his wife Dr. Jill Biden will also be bringing their dog Champ with them, whom they purchased from a breeder back in 2008.

Get more details on Wednesday’s Inauguration here!

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Josh Groban Announces 'Harmony' Album Out in November & Trio of Livestream Concert Dates

Josh Groban made a big announcement to his fans today – he has a brand new album coming out so soon!

The 39-year-old musician revealed that the record, titled Harmony, will be available in November, which is just a few short months away.

To celebrate the release, Josh will be hosting a trio of virtual concert “tour” dates that will be filmed in-person and live streamed directly to audiences.

The first concert date will be on October 3, then another on November 26 and the third will be on December 19.

The first two concerts will be priced at $25, and the December date is priced at $30. You can also buy a Livestream Pass for $65, which includes the ability to re-watch performances after the event for up to 48 hours.

The Livestream Concert Series pass will go on sale August 18 at 1PM PDT with the FOJG exclusive pre-sale and general on-sale for the series pass will begin August 20.

Earlier this year, Josh had to postpone his Great Big Radio City concert dates because of the pandemic.

Find out more details about the livestream concerts in the trailer below:

Josh Groban's 'Great Big Radio City Show' Dates Postponed Amid Pandemic

Josh Groban is pushing back some big tour dates.

The 39-year-old singer announced on Sunday (May 24) that his upcoming Great Big Radio City Show performances, originally scheduled to take place at Radio City Music Hall in New York City later this year, have been rescheduled amid the ongoing global health crisis.

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The performances were originally scheduled for June 20, September 26, and October 5, and have been postponed to April 15; April 16 and April 17, 2021.

Tickets for the June 20 show will be valid for the April 16 show; tickets for the September 26 show will be valid for the April 17 show; and tickets for the October 5 show will be valid for the April 15 show.

Josh has been having a Movie Night on for one-time only screenings of his concert films, with Josh giving commentary, chatting with fans and answering questions. The next two Movie Nights will take place on May 28 at 8 p.m. ET (“Live at the Greek”) and June 11 at 8 p.m. ET (“Josh Groban in Concert”).

Many other concerts have been postponed amid the pandemic. Find out what else…

Dan Levy, Andy Cohen, Idina Menzel & Many More Stars Have a Virtual Saturday Night Passover Seder for Charity - Watch!

It’s Passover, and everyone is digitally invited!

A ton of stars came together online to sit around a virtual Seder table with music and comedy to raise funds for the CDC Foundation COVID-19 Emergency Response Fund for Tasty on Saturday (April 11).

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Seder guests included Pamela Adlon, Jason Alexander, Reza Aslan, Skylar Astin, Shoshana Bean, Mayim Bialik, Rachel Brosnahan, Rabbi Sharon Brous, D’Arcy Carden, Andy Cohen, Darren Criss, Fran Drescher, Billy Eichner, Cynthia Erivo, Beanie Feldstein, Harvey Fierstein, Tan France, Eliot Glazer, Ilana Glazer, Josh Groban, Richard Kind, Julie Klausner, Nick Kroll, Rabbi Amichai Lau-Lavie, Dan Levy, Judith Light, Camryn Manheim, Milo Manheim, Alan Menken, Idina Menzel, Debra Messing, Isaac Mizrahi, Busy Philipps, Ben Platt, Billy Porter, Stephen Schwartz, Michael Solomonov, Shaina Taub, Nina West, Henry Winkler, Finn Wolfhard and Rabbi David Wolpe, among even more stars.

Watch them all celebrate the Jewish holiday in the one-hour digital special…

Lea Michele & Jonathan Groff Buddy Up for New York Stage & Film Winter Gala 2019!

Lea Michele keeps it chic and sophisticated while hitting the red carpet at the 2019 New York Stage & Film Winter Gala held at The Ziegfeld Ballroom on Sunday (December 8) in New York City.

The 33-year-old entertainer was joined at the event by her longtime bestie Jonathan Groff, as well as Josh Groban, Jagged Little Pill star Kathryn Gallagher, Younger‘s Jennifer Westfeldt, Josh Radnor, Bradley Whitford, Alysia Reiner and her husband David Alan Basche, To Kill a Mockingbird‘s Celia Keenan-Bolger and Camryn Manheim.

PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Lea Michele

Each winter, New York Stage and Film’s extended family of artists, celebrities, and supporters gather for a festive evening of dining and entertainment to celebrate the company and provide major support for their work.

READ MORE: Lea Michele Talks About Holiday Traditions with Husband Zandy Reich!

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James Corden, Josh Groban, & Sara Bareilles Sing in the Bathroom at Tony Awards 2019 (Video)

James Corden is joined by Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban for a special performance in the bathroom of Radio City Music Hall on Sunday (June 9) in New York City.

The moment began with James sitting in a bathroom stall, singing about his insecurities to the tune of the song “Michael in the Bathroom” from Broadway’s Be More Chill.

James was nervous that his hosting gig would not be well-received and he found that last year’s hosts, Sara and Josh, were still in the bathroom dealing with their insecurities from one year ago.

At the end of the bit, Neil Patrick Harris, a frequent host from the past, popped out of another stall!