Variety has announced that Dove’s movie Descendants was viewed by 6.6 million households on it’s television premiere night. Descendants was the most watched cable television movie this year. The number (6.6) is the highest for any Disney Channel Original Movie in the past two years. In addition to that, Descendants had 1.4 million views on the WATCH Disney app during the week before it aired on television, setting a record for viewing and engagement in that app. When added together, Descendants got around 8 million views, which is more than High School Musical‘s (also directed by Kenny Ortega) television premiere views.
The Descendants soundtrack also hit #1 on the iTunes soundtrack albums chart and #2 on the iTunes all albums chart.
Dove’s Descendants songs “Rotten to the Core,” “If Only,” “Set It Off,” and “Evil Like Me” all made it into the top 10 soundtrack song charts as #1, #4, #7, and #9, respectively.
Also, this September, Disney Channel will be releasing some animated shorts based off Descendants called Descendants: Wicked World. Check out the teaser below!
Finally, if you missed out on the movie, or want to see the clips again, the Disney Music VEVO has six songs from the movie up on YouTube. Even though Dove only sings in four of these, she is featured in all of the clips, which are here, under the read more:
Disney released a clip from Descendants featuring Dove as Mal and Sofia Carson as Evie first entering their room at Auradon Prep.
The Descendants soundtrack listing has also been revealed:
1. Rotten to the Core – Dove Cameron, Sofia Carson, Cameron Boyce, Booboo Stewart
2. Evil Like Me – Kristin Chenoweth and Dove Cameron
3. Did I Mention – Jeff Lewis, Mitchell Hope
4. If Only – Dove Cameron
5. Be Our Guest – Mitchell Hope, Spencer Lee, Kala Balch, Marco Marinangeli
6. If Only (Reprise) – Dove Cameron
7. Set It Off – Dove Cameron, Sofia Carson, Cameron Boyce, Booboo Stewart, Mitchell Hope, Sarah Jeffrey, Jeff Lewis
8. Believe – Shawn Mendes
9. Rotten to the Core – Sofia Carson
10. Night Is Young – China Anne McClain
11. Good Is the New Bad – Dove Cameron, Sofia Carson and China Anne McClain
12. I’m Your Girl – Felicia Barton
13. Descendants Score Suite – David Lawrence
I have bolded the six tracks that feature Dove.
I have added 10 scans of the Liv and Maddie soundtrack booklet and inner/back cover to the gallery.
The soundtrack came out today and, if you haven’t already, make sure you purchase the album! Buy here: iTunes, Amazon.
Music Career > “Liv and Maddie” Soundtrack Scans
At last! The soundtrack we’ve all been waiting for is coming out in just 3 weeks, March 17. Liv and Maddie (Music from the TV Series) currently is available for pre-order on iTunes. Out of the 13 songs on the soundtrack (track list below), Dove sings in 12 of them. So when it finally comes out, be sure to turn it up, sing along, and sing it loud.
1. Better in Stereo (Theme Song Version) – Dove Cameron
2. What a Girl Is – Dove Cameron
3. True Love – Dove Cameron
4. Say Hey – Dove Cameron
5. As Long As I Have You – Dove Cameron
6. True Love (Piano Duet) – Dove Cameron & Jordan Fisher
7. What a Girl Is (feat. Christina Grimmie & Baby Kaely) – Dove Cameron
8. You, Me and the Beat – Dove Cameron
9. Count Me In – Dove Cameron
10. On Top of the World – Dove Cameron
11. Better in Stereo – Dove Cameron
12. Froyo Yolo – Dove Cameron
13. True Love (Ballad) – Jordan Fisher
If you’ve forgotten which episodes the songs were in, fret not!
Better in Stereo is the theme song that plays in the title sequence of all the episodes.
On Top of the World, originally by Imagine Dragons, premiered in 1×01 “Twin-A-Rooney”.
Count Me In and Froyo Yolo both premiered in 1×20 “Song-A-Rooney”.
You, Me, and the Beat premiered in 2×07 “New Year’s Eve-A-Rooney”.
What a Girl Is premiered in 2×10 “Rate-A-Rooney”.
The other songs listed have not yet been performed in an episode.
The only song Dove has performed on the show that is not going to be included on the soundtrack is Let It Snow, from 1×10 “Fa La La La-a-Rooney”.
Edit: I have added 80 HD captures of Dove from this video.
Music Career > Music Videos > “What A Girl Is” Music Video feat. Christina Grimmie and Baby Kaely
Dove Cameron – Count Me In (From “Liv & Maddie”/ Music from the TV Series / Audio Only) – Download it on iTunes!
EXCLUSIVE: Dove Cameron Reveals Her New Band’s Name!
by BOP and Tiger Beat || May 15, 2014
Calling all #Rove fans! Are you ready for an exclusive, hot-off-the-presses scoop? BOP & Tiger Beat spoke with Dove Cameron today, and she told us the brand new name of her band with her boyfriend and Liv & Maddie co-star, Ryan McCartan.
A couple weeks ago, we told you that the adorable couple was starting a band together, which they originally wanted to call Rove (Ryan + Dove!). Well, Dove cleared that up by telling us, “Rove was sort of a placeholder. We never actually intended on being called our couple name,” she admitted.
When we asked her about the band’s new name, she was initially a little hesitant to reveal it. “We have a name. I don’t know if it’s something… you know what? I’ll text Ryan right now and see if it’s something that I can tell you. We’re really excited about the name!” she said.
Our hearts were racing as we waited for Ryan to respond. Finally, he gave it the green light and Dove spilled the secret!
“The name of our band is Vignette,” she revealed. “The date that Ryan and I met was April 3, and in Roman numerals, that’s VI. So we knew we wanted something that started with “vi,” so it could be meaningful to us.”
So how did they come up with Vignette? Dove explains: “Vignette is defined as a little sketch at the beginning and the end of every chapter, and we thought that was beautiful — something that is constant throughout all change. Something that is the same at the beginning and the end. And something that weathers through every chapter.”
OMG, so beautiful! But wait — we have some more exclusive deets! Dove said she and Ryan have already started to record songs together, and she describes their sound as “upbeat, pop-heavy and super romantic, with some jazz elements.” We’re so stoked to hear it!
Source: BOP & Tiger Beat