Filipino American Brewer Boys Take on ‘The X Factor’ Live

Filipino American brothers Nathan, 14, and Justin Brewer, 17, may draw some comparisons with their side-swept hairdos to singer Justin Bieber. But aside from their hip hairstyles, the Brewer brothers say their brand of music is unique. Hailing from Temecula, Calif., the Brewer Boys dubbed their style of music “newgrass,” which is a comb...Read More

Asian American TV Contestant Gets Real About ‘Work of Art’

Reality TV shows are Young Sun Han’s guilty pleasure. So when the chance came to tryout for Bravo’s “Work of Art: The Next Great Artist,” he jumped at the opportunity to learn firsthand about what goes on behind-the-scenes. The Korean American was one of 14 artists who landed a spot on season two when it premiered Oct. 12. T...Read More

Randall Park Talks Seriously About Comedy

Actor Randall Park, 37, has played many roles ever since pursuing acting as a professional career in his late 20s, but when the camera is off the actor is self-described as shy and says he has been that way since his childhood. That shyness disappears, however, around his friends and when he slips into character, Park says. “I get into a diff...Read More

Dr. Charlyne Yi is in the ‘House’

Comedienne Charlyne Yi says she has always dreamed of being a pretend doctor on TV ever since the first season of Fox’s medical drama “House” aired in 2004. The 25-year-old was asked to join the cast for season 8 as Dr. Chi Park, one of the newest members of Dr. Gregory House’s team of experts at the Princeton Plainsboro Tea...Read More

The Jabbawockeez Unmasked

Basking in the shimmering lights of the Las Vegas strip is like living a dream for the Jabbawockeez who have traveled a long journey since they first slipped on their signature white gloves and masks to appear on MTV. The Jabbawockeez now have their dance crew name in lights at the Monte Carlo Resort and Casino in Las Vegas. Reviewers and audiences...Read More

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