'Rock Star: Supernova': Entire First Episode Available For Viewing

The entire first episode of "Rock Star: Supernova", the second season of the the Mark Burnett-created CBS-TV reality series, can be viewed online at this location.

Scheduled to premiere Wednesday, July 5 at 8:00 p.m. ET/PT with a special 90-minute episode, "Rock Star: Supernova" will look for a lead singer for SUPERNOVA, a newly-formed band comprised of MÖTLEY CRÜE drummer (and former NBC reality show star) Tommy Lee, former METALLICA bassist Jason Newsted, and former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Gilby Clarke. The show's second episode will air the following night (Thursday, July 6) before the series settles into its regular slots on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET and Wednesdays at 8. First season co-hosts Dave Navarro (ex-JANE'S ADDICTION guitarist) and Brooke Burke will both return for "Rock Star"'s second edition.

The fifteen performers competing on "Rock Star: Supernova" are:

* Zayra Alvarez, a singer from Dallas, TX
* Dana Andrews, a singer from Augusta, GA
* Magni Asgeirsson, a singer from Reykjavik, Iceland
* Jenny Galt, a singer from Vancouver, BC
* Jill Gioia, a singer from New York, NY
* Matt Hoffer, a singer from Chicago, IL
* Storm Large, a singer from Portland, OR
* Josh Logan, a singer from Manchester, NH
* Chris Pierson, a singer from Atlanta, GA
* Patrice Pike, a singer from Austin, TX
* Toby Rand, a singer from Melbourne, Australia
* Phil Ritchie, a singer from Ocean City, MD
* Dilana Robichaux, a singer from Houston, TX
* Lukas Rossi, a singer from Toronto, ON
* Ryan Star (not former "American Idol" finalist Ryan Starr), a singer from New York, NY

For more information on all the contestants, visit RockStar.MSN.com.

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