As part of promotion of her EP ‘Against the Wall’, which was released today – buy it on iTunes now! – Kat appeared on the Ellen Show today to perform ‘Put My Graffiti on Me’. She rocked it! Watch below:
Her performance was dedicated to Jennifer Tyrrell, a mother of four from Bridgeport, Ohio who was ousted from the Boy Scouts of America last month because she is gay. You can support Jennifer by signing this petition. You can also see her backstage talking about it below:
Great news! Kat will be appearing on the Ellen Degeneres Show next week, May 29th on NBC at 4PM EST. She taped the appearance today and will be performing live.
Also, her new EP, titled ‘Off Against the Wall‘ will be dropping the same day!
Pop sensation Kat Graham will release her debut EP Against The Wall on May 29th through A&M/Octone Records. Recorded in Los Angeles with a slew of notable producers including Australian duo “Twice as Nice” (50 Cent, Pete Wentz), Against The Wall marks the multitalented singer/songwriter/actress/dancer’s first major label release. For the first week of its release, the EP will be available exclusively on iTunes beginning May 29th before releasing to all other digital retailers. Kat will makeher television performance debut on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on Tuesday, May 29th on NBC at 4PM ET / PT and 3PM CST.
“There is no better place to be than Ellen DeGeneres and it has been a dream of mine since I was little. I’m excited to share with my fans what’s in store for this performance,” said Graham of her upcoming appearance on Ellen. “This is the real deal,” continued the pop starlet on her EP. “It’s about owning yourself, your sexuality, and who you are. It’s okay to be unapologetic. This is me vocally, musically, and fashionably. It’s not just about tagging the wall, I’m saying, ‘If you want me, come and get me’.”
EP Track Listing:
Put Your Graffiti on Me
Not sure of the exact date, but Kat was on the America’s Best Dance Crew set, as seen above with DJ Pauly D. Not sure yet if she’ll actually appear on the show, but be sure to look out for her when the episode airs on Wednesday at 10/9cm on MTV.
New York Times went to the taping of the upcoming Hip Hop Squares by MTV2 in Brooklyn, which Kat will be a part of. They didn’t mention Kat much in the article but they did provide some insight into how the show would be, as well as a couple of behind-the-scenes pics. There’s also a video, but it doesn’t embed. Click the image above to watch on NYTimes.com.
“Hip Hop Squares,” a new MTV series that reboots the classic “Hollywood Squares” game show for the YouTube generation. On “Hip Hop Squares,” set to have its debut on MTV2 on May 22, the nine squares of the tick-tack-toe board are filled with a rotating cast of rappers, D.J.’s, comedians and sports and television personalities, and they field questions about music, history, pop culture and the Kardashians.
As on the original series, contestants must agree or disagree with the stars’ answers to score an X or an O, and the stars, who are given the answers beforehand, do their best to entertain or confuse with shtick and attitude.But there are departures from tradition. For starters, the green room is on camera, complete with a stocked bar, and the celebrity players are invited to drink. Cocktail waitresses show up on the neon-blue-and-pink set; an in-house D.J. adds to the clubby vibe. A third of the players wore sunglasses during the taping.
Contestants on the show can win a few hundred or a thousand dollars, but few of the celebrity players seemed to care who won or lost. Many had not seen any episodes of “Hollywood Squares”; neither had some contestants. Nor did the squares always stick to the script, preferring their own punch lines whether they landed or not.
Read the full article and watch the video over at NYTimes.com
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