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Jim Cantiello Jim married Jessica, his high school sweetheart, in 2006.
Jim Cantiello In 2009, he hosted a short lived MTV web short series called "Daily Detox". The show re-capped MTV reality shows. Cantiello left MTV in early 2012 and joined the Fox singing competition "The X Factor" during its second season as a backstage correspondent.
Vincenzo Cantiello Cantiello was born on 25 August 2000 in Sant'Arpino, Campania. He has been interested in music since early childhood initially singing in the choir of his church, but had started singing on his own when he was 9.
Jim Cantiello Jim Cantiello (born November 22, 1981) is an American television personality and correspondent at MTV News. He is the current host of the "Tweet Beat," as well as the resident MTV News "American Idol" Expert, hosting weekly "American Idol in 60 Seconds" features for mtv.com. He also posts weekly musical "Glee-Caps" for each episode of Glee.
Vincenzo Cantiello Vincenzo Cantiello (born 25 August 2000) is an Italian singer who represented Italy at the 12th annual Junior Eurovision Song Contest in Malta with his song "Tu primo grande amore" (You, first great love) and won.
Vincenzo Cantiello After Ti Lascio una Canzone On 15 November 2014, he won the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014 with his song "Tu primo grande amore" which garnered a total of 159 points, just twelve points ahead from Bulgaria's Planet of the Children who placed second. He was Italy's first ever entrant at the competition and also the only male solo singer in the entire competition. He then made an appearance in the subsequent contest in Bulgaria. He read out the Italian votes and handed the trophy to the winner.
Tu primo grande amore The song is about love at first sight and was written by Cantiello himself.
Tu primo grande amore "Tu primo grande amore" is a song by Italian singer Vincenzo Cantiello. It represented Italy and was the winning song at the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014 in Marsa, Malta.
Italy in the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014 Italy selected their first Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2014 entry through an internal selection. On 4 September 2014 it was revealed that Vincenzo Cantiello would represent Italy with the song "Tu primo grande amore".
Corey Clark Clark filed a libel lawsuit on July 5, 2012 against MTV Networks for more than $40 million, saying that MTV News correspondent Jim Cantiello "falsely attacked Clark as a liar and called for a boycott of his music".