Last year, the late talk show scene turned into a spectacle.Jay Leno and Conan O'Brien feuded about NBC's coveted 11:30 p.m. slot asnewcomers Jimmy Fallon and George Lopez entered the domain.
But this year, expect the music business to create its ownlate night talk show buzz surrounding the launch of Fuse's weekly A Different Spin.Mark Hoppus, one-third of the animated punk band Blink 182, teamswith comedian Amy Schumer for the Thursday 11 p.m. show that promises todiscuss trends, interview musicians, and argue over highly-debated topics likethe correct pronunciation of the dollar sign in Ke$ha's name.
From the look of Yahoo! Music' exclusive preview clip, thisshow could be Saturday Night Livenews-style funny with the addition of live performances. Cool rising rockersNeon Trees are the music guests featured in the teaser video.
In the video, Mark is overflowing with uncontrollable energy.He gets bleeped more than Eminem. I'm setting the DVR now.
A Different Spinpremieres September 16 at 7 p.m.
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