Cher Lloyd (born 28 July 1993) is an English singer, songwriter, rapper, and model.
She rose to fame in 2010 when she finished fourth in the seventh series of The X Factor.
History Channel THURSDAY“Arrow’s” Stephen Amell and “Today’s” Natalie Morales are among the celebs taking part in a special edition of “American Ninja Warrior.” 8 p.m.NBC“Name That Tune” gets a digital-age makover in the new series “Beat Shazam” hosted by Jamie Foxx.Louis would rather not give him the chance for any of that. Next to him, Harry is doing his best to stifle his laughter, his cheeks red as tomatoes. He doesn’t touch Harry as they walk side by side, though, careful to not even brush their hands, when usually they would be all over each other.Fortunately, Harry is already waiting for him by his locker. “Don’t worry, Haz, just let it out.”Harry bursts into laughter. When they sit down at their usual seats in the back, Harry still hasn’t looked at him or uttered more than a one-word sentence. Louis kicks him softly under the table and when Harry looks at him in confusion, he sticks his tongue out.Also how many men do you know that would just buy you a lap top out of the blue?
SUNDAYCher — the one and only — is feted as part of the “2017 Billboard Music Awards.” Slated performers include Drake, Bruno Mars, Celine Dion, Lorde, Nicki Minaj and Miley Cyrus. ABCAn abused woman takes her kids and goes on the run in the TV movie “Escaping Dad.” With Sunny Mabrey and Jason Wiles. Lifetime------------------------FOR THE RECORDAn earlier version of this post incorrectly listed the Grateful Dead documentary series “Long Strange Trip” as premiering Friday, May 26. On a related note, David Lynch’s dark and deliciously surreal 1990s-era mystery drama “Twin Peaks” returns as a limited series, with Kyle Mac Lachlan reprising his role as FBI agent Dale Cooper. Showtime Chef Joel Gamoran takes “Waste not, want not” to a whole new level by making delicious meals out of “Scraps” in this new series. FYIMONDAYThe new special “Princess Diana: Her Life — Her Death — The Truth” says goodbye to England’s rose all over again. Any time, Hulu The new comedy “Downward Dog” moves to its regular night and time. KOCEWEDNESDAYSee who outwitted, outplayed and outlasted whom on the “Survivor” season finale, followed by the usual reunion special. CBSNobody puts Abigail Breslin in the corner in “Dirty Dancing,” a star-studded remake of the romantic 1987 blockbuster about a young woman coming of age at a Catskills resort one memorable summer.
With Kyle Chandler, Linda Cardellini, Sam Shepard, Sissy Spacek and new cast members Mia Kirshner and Chloë Sevigny. Any time, Netflix When a newborn absolutely, positively has to be there overnight, it’s up to “Storks” to deliver in this computer-animated 2016 comedy featuring the voices of Andy Samberg, Jennifer Aniston and Kelsey Grammer. HBOA fertility doctor has the worst bedside manner ever in the 2016 thriller “Give Me My Baby.” With Kelly Sullivan and Sofia Milos. Lifetime“Less Than Perfect’s” Sara Rue plays a romance novelist who finds romance — bet you didn’t see that coming — in the new TV movie “All for Love.” 9 p.m.
Much of Carrie Bradshaw's dating history reads like a rap sheet—lots of regrettable mistakes, failed romances, one-night stands, and obvious red flags that everyone but she could see. Carrie's long-term, life-changing relationships with Mr. Big and Aidan are among the most iconic in TV history.
It actually premieres Friday, June 2, on Amazon Prime.------------------------That girl is poison: “Downton Abbey’s” Joanne Froggatt portrays Mary Ann Cotton, a real-life Victorian-era serial killer, in the thriller “Dark Angel” on “Masterpiece.” 9 p.m. With Bruce Greenwood, Debra Messing, Katey Sagal and “Modern Family’s” Sarah Hyland. ABC“Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” ends it kajillioneth season with a two-part episode. NBC“Ghost’s” Demi Moore puts in an appearance on the season finale of “Empire.” 9 p.m. An archaeologist surveys the waterlogged ruins of Port Royal, Jamaica, in the new special “Drain the Pirate City.” 9 p.m. A.’s new Wilshire Grand Center skyscraper is ready for its close-up in a sneak peek of the new series “Project Impossible.” 10 p.m.
CBSThey’ll be singing their lungs out on the two-night season finale of “The Voice.” 8 p.m. They’ll be dancing their feet off on the two-night season finale of “Dancing With the Stars.” 8 p.m. The squad weighs in on the Billboard Music Awards on a new “Fashion Police.” 8 p.m. “The Bachelor’s” Rachel Lindsay is “The Bachelorette” this time around on the return of that reality series. ABCJames Corden takes pop-music’s Katy Perry for a ride in “The Late Late Show Carpool Karaoke Primetime Special 2017.” 10 p.m. Brown (“This Is Us”) goes “Running Wild With Bear Grylls” through the wilds of Colorado on the celebrity outdoor-adventure series. NBC“Independent Lens” presents “They Call Us Monsters,” a documentary about violent juvenile offenders held in a Los Angeles lock-up. KOCEMichelle Williams and Matthias Schoenaerts find that all is fair in love and WWII in the romantic 2015 drama “Suite Française.” Margot Robbie and Kristin Scott Thomas also star. Lifetime TUESDAYMichaela Watkins is still keeping it “Casual” as the dramedy returns for a third season. ABC“Frontline” profiles Steve Bannon, one of President Trump’s closest and most controversial advisors, in the new episode “Bannon’s War.” 10 p.m.
He must have done some kind of pact with the devil because his first classes are all at 9 AM and he doesn’t have to wake up at a godforsaken hour. “Oh, come here,” he says pulling Louis into his chest. “Your life is so unfair, Lou.”“I know,” Louis says looking properly grave and sober. Harry only manages a brief smile and that just won’t do.