Chase Bank alongside Facebook and Google are sponsoring the Mission Main Street grant program to small town businesses across the country.
There will be 20 recipients for this years grant program. The total amount given out will be $3 million.
Participants who receive a minimum of 250 votes via www.missionstreetgrants.com qualify to go onto the second round which ends on October 17th. Voters must use their Facebook account to vote. To be eligible for the grant, the owner must be a U.S. citizen and the business must be around for at least two years and have fewer than 100 employees. Grants will be awarded in January.
Nick has been chosen as well as co-host of ABC’s daytime show “The Chew”, Carla Hall to be apart of the 15 judge panel who will help select the winner.
Representatives from Chase and a variety of other nationally known companies also will be involved in the selection process.
On the America’s Got Talent finals on Tuesday (May 16) Nick debuted his diamond shoes.
The shoes were created by famed jeweler Jason Arasheben aka Jason of Beverly Hills.
For the AGT finale last night (May 17), Nick once again donned the exquisite shoes which took over 2,000 hours and almost a year to make. The shoes are currently being considered by the Guinness Book of World Records as the “World’s Most Expensive Shoes.
This morning Jason stopped by the TODAY show and let Matt Lauer wear the famed diamond shoes on air. Jason also revealed that Nick would love to have the shoes go on tour before being auctioned off for charity.
Kehlani stopped by the KMEL VIP Lounge to talk to Box Kev about her new mixtape, Cloud 19. She explained the meaning behind the name of the mixtape as well as who some of her influeces are.
She also talked about how her music career started, connecting with Nick Cannon and being the first lady of HBK.
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and executive produced by the original film producers Wendy Finerman, Dallas Austin and Jody Gerson, along with Nick Cannon, will premiere Monday, October 27th at 9PM ET/PT. The original film was produced by Fox 2000. The telefilm is the next project in the network’s successful original movie initiative, kick started by 2013’s CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story, which generated record-breaking ratings and tremendous viewer response.
Drumline: A New Beat will capture the sound and spirit of the first film while welcoming a whole new class to the Atlanta A&T drumline. The new story follows female lead Danielle “Dani” Raymond (Alexandra Shipp), an upper class Brooklyn girl who defies her parents in order to attend Atlanta A&T so she can join – and revitalize – their once-prominent drumline. Dani’s quest to become the first female section leader will be hampered by upperclassmen, including her cousin Tyree (Jeff Pierre), her feelings for fellow bandmate and rival Jayven (Jordan Calloway), and the school’s crosstown competitors. Tasha (Jasmine Burke) and Josh (Scott Shilstone) round out the freshmen drumline and bring their own ambitions onto the field. Sean Taylor (Leonard Roberts) from the original film will return to the franchise as Atlanta A&T’s new band director. Sean is looking to make his mark on his alma mater while dealing with “ghosts” from his past: the dean, Dr. Nia Phillips (LeToya Luckett), his brother, Kevin Taylor (Deray Davis) and original Drumline favorite, Devon Miles (Nick Cannon).
Drumline: A New Beat is executive produced by Wendy Finerman (Wendy Finerman Productions), Jody Gerson, Lisa Zupan, Dallas Austin and Nick Cannon through his NCredible Entertainment banner, as well as Maggie Malina, Alexander A. Motlagh of POPFilms and Michael Goldman. Susan Levison and Jill Holmes are executive producers for VH1. Bille Woodruff is directing. Script by Regina Hicks & Karin Gist.
Drumline: A New Beat premieres Monday, October 27 at 9 PM ET/PT.
On Monday night, Nick hit the Libertine (joined by the amazing stylist Katja Cahill) fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Spring 2015 at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
Following the fashion show Nick stopped by Chris Boshe & Hennessy V.S. Raise a Glass to Mr. Nice Tie at Carson Street Clothiers.
Just as Nick has done with Macys, Mr. Bosh has decided to create and launch his own line of neckwear. It was a celebrity filled party. Ncredible Entertainment songstress Kreesha Turner made a brief appearance as she’s in town briefly working on her upcoming album.