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New to L.A. / Ex-New Yorker
Associate Entertainment Editor — Mashable
As seen in:  Mashable
Covers:  social tv, entertainment, music, celebrities, apps, technology

I’m @Mashable's entertainment reporter, where I interview celebs, TV networks and record labels about trending news topics or their digital/social presences.

Brian Hernandez's Biography

People call me “BAH” — as in the sound sheep make — because of my initials.

I’m an entertainment reporter at Mashable, where I interview celebrities, TV networks, record labels and other entertainment sources about trending news topics or their digital presences and social media campaigns.

Before joining Mashable, I was a business reporter at TechMediaNetwork, where I wrote news about small businesses, social media, technology, consumer trends and workplace behaviors ...

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Taylor Swift's explosive 'Bad Blood' video crushes a major Vevo record

mashable.com — Taylor Swift, her army of female friends and Kendrick Lamar have shattered Vevo's record for most views in a 24-hour timespan with their cinematic " Bad Blood" music video. Swift's video, which debuted Sunday at the Billboard Music Awards, attracted 20.1 million views on Vevo.com, YouTube, Xbox, Roku and other Vevo platforms in just 24 hours.

Follow Mashable's Snapchat during the Billboard Music Awards for VIP access

mashable.com — LAS VEGAS - Ever wonder what it's like to walk on the red carpet at an awards show? Or see what the stars do backstage between commercial breaks? Wonder no more because Mashable's Snapchat and Periscope accounts will show you all of this on Sunday during the Billboard Music Awards (#BBMAs.)

'American Idol' will live on long after the stage goes dark

mashable.com — LOS ANGELES - Halfway through the taping of The Voice on Monday, the same day Fox announced American Idol would stop airing in 2016, Kelly Clarkson's face appeared in front of the live audience on big screens and in front of millions of viewers watching at home.

'What I Like' music video could be something straight from 'Grease'

mashable.com — Con Bro Chill's "What I Like" music video could be systematic, hydromatic, ultramatic with its Grease-inspired vibe. "The video accidentally turned into a John Travolta/ Kevin Bacon tribute video," the foursome's frontman Con (a.k.a. Connor Martin) told Mashable. "Nonetheless, we just went with it and danced our faces off."

Carrie Underwood leads all CMT Music Awards nominees with 5 nods

mashable.com — Carrie Underwood, the top-selling American Idol alumna of all time, is also the most-nominated artist for this year's CMT Music Awards. Underwood's "Something in the Water," which she premiered on Twitter in November during the CMA Awards, will compete for Video of the Year; "Little Toy Guns" will compete for Female Video of the Year; and "Somethin' Bad" will compete for Collaborative Video of the Year.

TomorrowWorld snags the world's 'No. 1 DJ' as its first 2015 headliner

mashable.com — Electronic music festival TomorrowWorld will slowly unveil its lineup over the course of 13 days starting Monday right here on Mashable: Hardwell, who has won DJ Magazine's " Top 100 DJs" poll for the past two years, will return this year as a headliner.

'Pitch Perfect 2' music video will give you a 'crazy' toner - a musical boner

mashable.com — The new Pitch Perfect 2 music video "Crazy Youngsters" is aca-awesome. You'll spy cast members, YouTubers, Viners and Pitch Perfect fans partying and embracing the joy of music in multiple cities across the world.

How all moms feel about their kids: Ciara's 'I Got You'

Garth Brooks' Mother's Day tribute will make you want to hug your mom

mashable.com — Garth Brooks loves his mom, and for Mother's Day, he's shouting it from the digital rooftops. To honor his mom, Colleen, who died of throat cancer in 1999, the country legend made a collage on the Flipagram app, pairing photos of Colleen with his emotional song "Mom."

See Taylor Swift's setlist and first photos from her '1989 World Tour'

mashable.com — Taylor Swift launched her "1989 World Tour" this week with two shows at the Tokyo Dome in Japan, bringing a makeshift New York City to life onstage for the opening number. Swift performed every song from 1989, which has gone on to sell an eye-popping 7 million copies as of April, plus two bonus tracks from the album and three older tunes.
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May 23, 2015

RT @taylorswift13: "hahah it really does sound like Starbucks Lovers..." -my mom just now who is SUPPOSED TO BE ON MY SIDE Smh.

May 21, 2015

RT @jk_rowling: .@Mattdavelewis I will always support you whatever you want to do, Matthew. Now go put some clothes on.



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