Did You Hear?
:: Noted music critic Bill O’Reilly continued his war on rappers, this time taking on PSY, the “little fat guy from Pyongyang or some place.” On The O’Reilly Factor, the talking head expressed utter befuddlement at the popularity of “Gangnam Style,” which has PSY “just doing the pony.” Naturally, to shed light on the phenomenon, Bill interviewed a psychiatrist for five minutes. [MTV]
:: Britney Spears and Keven Federline reportedly owe over $37,000 in unpaid taxes. The two apparently failed to pay their California income tax in 2004, the year they married. Gee, we wonder which one of the two will step up and foot the bill. [AOL Music]
:: Rick Ross is GQ‘s Bawse Of The Year (though we doubt anyone else was in the running). When asked about also finishing as The Source‘s 10th most powerful man in hip-hop, Rozay hilariously said he’s gunning not for number one, but the runner-up spot in 2013. [GQ]
:: Most of us were consumed by Lana Del Rey‘s so-so performance of “Ride” on Later… with Jools Holland, so you’ll be forgiven if you didn’t realize that in the very same episode on Tuesday (November 27), The Weeknd made his television debut. He sang “Wicked Games,” and unlike LDR he didn’t have a hot mic and he did hit the high notes. [Rap-Up]
After the jump, find out which music acts you can find on the tube today.
Music on TV:
:: Late Show with David Letterman (CBS) — Tony Bennett (repeat)
:: Tonight Show with Jay Leno (NBC) — Grouplove
:: Jimmy Kimmel Live (ABC) — Ne-Yo (repeat)
:: Late Night with Jimmy Fallon (NBC) — Carrie Underwood (repeat)
:: Conan (TBS) — Nas
:: Ellen DeGeneres Show (syndicated) — Maroon 5
:: Katie Couric Show (syndicated) — Rod Stewart (repeat)