Demi Lovato and Huey Lewis & the News Perform on “Dancing with the Stars the Results Show,” Tuesday, April 2
On TUESDAY, APRIL 2 one couple will be eliminated on “Dancing with the Stars the Results Show” (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET). The show will feature musical performances from singer-songwriter Demi Lovato and American pop rock band Huey Lewis & the News. Lovato’s new single, “Heart Attack,” off her upcoming untitled fourth album, has achieved Gold status in the U.S. and debuted at #1 on the iTunes chart in 18 countries. Huey and the boys, who had a string of hits in the 1980s, will perform their single, “The Heart of Rock & Roll,” accompanied by the “Dancing with the Stars” troupe. And “Macy’s Stars of Dance” is back for its first installment of the season. Choreographed by Nick Florez and RJ Durell, the performance will feature spectacular mind-blowing stunts and eight of the hottest dancers working in the industry. Also on the results show, the male Pro and Troupe dancers perform a special routine.
Demi Lovato’s hit songs include “Give Your Heart a Break,” Lovato’s second and final single off of her third studio album, “Unbroken.” The first single off “Unbroken,” “Skyscraper,” debuted at #1 on the iTunes chart, #2 on the Billboard Hot Digital Singles chart and #10 on the Billboard Hot 100. Lovato started in show business as a child and rose quickly. At 15 she was a bona fide TV star cultivating a promising singing career. In the late 2000s, while maintaining a rigorous TV and film shooting schedule, Lovato released two massively successful solo albums, “Don’t Forget” and “Here We Go Again.”
Thirty years ago, Huey Lewis & the News wrapped a Super Bowl victory, a World Series championship, a Stanley Cup and an NBA trophy into one with their third album, “SPORTS.” The nine-song set was a 10-times-platinum, chart-topping smash that spawned five Top 20 singles — four of which (“Heart and Soul,” “I Want a New Drug,” “The Heart of Rock & Roll,” “If This Is It”) went Top 10. The album was a global phenomenon that, thanks to sturdy songcraft and savvy production, sounds as fresh three decades later as it did the day it was released. Lewis and company are celebrating “SPORTS'” 30th anniversary on the road this year, playing the album in its entirety along with a selection of other hits and favorites from the group’s voluminous catalog.