10.23.20143T on The Big Reunion Tour


10.24.2014 - 10.26.2014Java Soundsfair 2014


10.25.20143T on The Big Reunion Tour


10.26.20143T on The Big Reunion Tour


10.27.20143T on The Big Reunion Tour

Jermaine Jackson on Niece Paris: 'She's Ready to Come Home'

The Jackson brothers rocked Planet Hollywood in Las Vegas over the weekend, and "Insider" correspondent Michael Yo was with the guys backstage as they dished about their 40-show run and the famous guests jetting in, including their niece, Paris Jackson.

"Paris is doing great. We spoke to her the other day during the Super Bowl, and she's recovering very well and she sounds very strong now, very positive, and she's ready to come home," Jermaine explained. 

The Big Reunion

Taj, Taryll and TJ spent three weeks in the UK, along with members of the bands A1, Damage, Eternal, Girl Thing and 5th Story to record a brand new series of The Big Reunion. The Big Reunion tells the story of these six bands getting back together and working towards performing at The Big Reunion concert in 8 episodes.

3T’s story
The first episode of The Big Reunion airs on ITV2 on February 6th. In one of the following episodes, 3T’s story is featured. In that episode the brothers reveal their story about the rise and “fall” of 3T. In interviews that were shot at home in California early January 2014, the T’s explain why they were put in pause for so long and talk about the hurdles they have overcome.

The Big Reunion concert
The Big Reunion live concert with live stage performances by 3T and the other participating bands is on February 21st at Eventim Apollo Hammersmith in London. Footage of this concert will be aired by ITV2 in the final episode of The Big Reunion 2014 on the 27th of March. Tickets for the concert go on sale immediately after the broadcast of the first eipsode (February 6th) and are expected to sell out in minutes.

Source: 3t.com/news / 28/1/2014


Justin Bieber Compares himself with Michael Jackson

By Ryan Reed

January 24, 2014 5:00 PM ETFollowing his arrest yesterday in Miami Beach for drunken drag racing, Justin Bieber took to Instagram today to cryptically compare himself to Michael Jackson. "What more can they say," wrote the recently troubled pop star along with a split image of himself and the King of Pop; one half of the image shows Bieber sitting on top of a SUV after leaving police custody, while the other side shows Jackson standing on top of a vehicle in Santa Monica, waving to fans after his infamous "not guilty" plea to charges of child molestation.