“[I’m] not sure what Nick looks like,” Phil said Yahoo. “But Lily called me the other day and she was in Mammoth where all this was happening. I’m here with a friend she told me and said it’s not serious. It’s just friends.”
Phil added, “Yeah, I mean, this is what I mean she is now in the public eye and has to put up with all that kind of stuff and she can’t keep that stuff private anymore. When I started in this industry there was no Internet. Now things rattle all over the world. She is getting used to it.”
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We still can’t get the songs from Grease: Live out of our heads after last night’s amazing production, so thankfully Fox has uploaded almost every performance video online!
Some of the ones that we can’t stop watching include Vanessa Hudgens‘ heart-breaking rendition of “There Are Worst Things I Could Do” and Keke Palmer‘s show-stopping number “Freddy My Love,” which wasn’t featured in the movie version.
Make sure to listen to the soundtrack to hear all the great songs again. The album is climbing the charts on iTunes and it currently sits in the top five.
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Jessie J kicks off the soundtrack with her version of the classic “Grease is the Word” and Joe Jonas makes an appearance with his band DNCE for a new version of their hit song “Cake By the Ocean,” among other tracks.
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Despite her dad passing away last night, Vanessa will be going on with the show and dedicating her performance tonight to him.
The one-night-only special will be airing live from the Warner Bros. Studios lot in Los Angeles and this is the first time that a live musical production of this kind is having a studio audience. Tune in at 7pm ET/PT on Fox!
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JinJoo on the meaning of the band’s name: “DNCE is dance without an A, which is not a perfect word, but you also don’t have to be a perfect dancer to dance. Life is never perfect, but you can still enjoy it.“
Joe on his music career shift: “For a lot of musicians that walk into a new band, it’s a challenge. You want to create something that fans of your past can enjoy, but you have to be selfish and say this is music for me and I want to have freedom as an artist. But I’m happy if someone wants to listen to my new music who used to listen to the Jonas Brothers. Come along for the ride.”
Also pictured: Joe having lunch with friends on Monday (January 25) in Hollywood, Calif.