'On the Spot': Joe Jonas Helps Johnny Wright Find Next Supergroup
By PopEater Staff Posted Feb 1st 2011 02:28PM
The manager behind the 'NSync, Britney Spears and the Jonas Brothers is looking online for his next pop group. Wright's search will be followed in the 22-episode web series 'On the Spot: Johnny Wright's Quest for the Next Pop Sensation,' as a team of music industry pros and musicians provide their insight, guidance and judgment while he goes through the process of picking his next supergroup.
The first episode, which airs online Feb. 4, will feature musician Joe Jonas. Wright visits Jonas in the studio, where he is working on his debut solo album with Rob Knox and James Fauntleroy, to show off some of the talent from his show 'On The Spot' on Cambio.com. In new photos, given exclusively to PopEater, we have a special sneak peek at the episode as Wright and Jonas weigh in on the audition tapes.
In December, Wright began accepting video auditions worldwide from aspiring musicians, ages 16 to 30. In the series, participants will go through challenges and a boot camp in Los Angeles. A final group will be chosen in June 2011.
"No one has ever been able to reach all the way around the world at once to find the best talent, and simultaneously hear feedback from the fans. I can't wait to get started," Wright said in a press release.
Tune in to the 'On The Spot' premiere Friday, Feb. 4, at onthespot.cambio.com.
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