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Jingle Ball Village Performer James Maslow on His New Christmas Song & Favorite Holiday Memories

Macy’s Rising Star James Maslow performed at 102.7 KIIS FM’s Jingle Ball 2017 on the Village stage on Friday. James, who is known for his role on the Nickelodeon TV show and boy band of the same name Big Time Rush, is no a stranger to the Jingle Ball stage and has preformed and attended shows in the past. This year, James performed songs off his new album “How I like It“—and I wastotally loving it. After his performance, James told Her Campus on the red carpet that he was excited “that some of the fans are showing up and singing along,” especially since the album was just released. Check out our video below:

 

James’ new holiday song “Christmas Beautiful” might sound a bit like Big Time Rush’s “Beautiful Christmas.” He laughed at the similarity of the song names and told us about his appreciation for the holiday season. For Hanukkah growing up, James once received a new bike, which sparked his interest in BMX, he told Her Campus. While his new music is “more personal” and “more authentic,” James said it would be “fun to do something one day” with his BTR band-mates. He’s not ruling it out! We hope that means there might be a Big Time Reunion soon. In the meantime, we can enjoy each of their distinct solo careers and new music.

Sara Zaghi was the Campus Correspondent and Editor in Chief of Her Campus at UCLA, which rose to the #1 chapter in the Her Campus Chapter Network of 370+ Campuses during her tenure, from 2015-2019. Zaghi is a self-proclaimed "Professional Fangirl” and currently works in entertainment and fashion publicity. In 2016, Sara was listed as one of Her Campus' Top 22 Under 22 Most Inspiring College Women. Check out Sara's College Girl's Travel Guides for Catalina Island, Las Vegas, New York, Napa Valley, Boston, and Chicago. Contact Sara via email: [email protected]
Lindsay was the president/editor-in-chief of the UCLA chapter of Her Campus from 2015-2018. She was previously the Viral Section Editor at Her Campus and an Editorial Intern at the headquarters in Boston. Lindsay grew up in Washington state and transitioned to love the Southern California sunshine while studying communications and environmental science at UCLA. Twitter: @WeinbergLindsay.
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