30 Facts You Need To Know About Our 2019 iHeartRadio Wango Tango Lineup

The time has finally come to kick off summer and to help celebrate the season, some of your favorite artists are taking over the stage during the 2019 Wango Tango presented by JUVÉDERM Collection of Dermal Fillers on June 1st at Los Angeles’s Dignity Health Sports Park (formerly StubHub Center and home of the LA Chargers and the LA Galaxy).

Performing during this year’s iHeartRadio Wango Tango is a lineup of a few of the biggest superstars including Taylor Swift (Fact: it’s her first Wango Tango), Jonas Brothers, Halsey, 5 Seconds of Summer, Zedd, Ally Brooke with special guest Tyga, Ava Max, Fletcher and TOMORROW X TOGETHER, and it’s all hosted by Ryan Seacrest.

The best part is fans across the country will be able to watch the show via a nationwide live stream on LiveXLive.com at 10pm ET/7pm PT. Then, on June 7th, re-live some of the best moments of the mega-concert during a 90-minute televised broadcast special on Freeform at 8pm ET/PT.

Get pumped for this year’s iHeartRadio Wango Tango presented by JUVÉDERM Collection of Dermal Fillers and read up on some facts you may not know about the artists on the lineup.

1. Taylor Swift

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Her new album is (definitely, maybe) called “Lover.”

2. Taylor Swift

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She appeared in an episode of “CSI.”

3. Taylor Swift

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Taylor personally called Brendon Urie to get him on the song “ME!” and when they recorded it, he was super sick with a 105 degree fever!

4. The Jonas Brothers

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Before they were known as the Jonas Brothers, their original name was J3.

5. The Jonas Brothers

“Sucker” became the Jo Bros’ first number one on the Hot 100 chart!

6. The Jonas Brothers

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During Carpool Karaoke with James Corden, while hooked up to a lie detector, Kevin said he would rather buy a DNCE album over a Nick Jonas album.

7. Halsey

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The name Halsey is not only an anagram for her real name, Ashley, but it’s also an ode to Halsey Street in Brooklyn where she used to spend a lot of time.

8. Halsey

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She received a lot of attention from her YouTube covers, and a parody of Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble” called “The Haylor Song” about Swift’s relationship with Harry Styles.

9. Halsey

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After opening the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards with Yungblud and Travis Barker and their song “11 Minutes”, she won the L’Oreal Fangirl Award!

10. 5 Seconds of Summer

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They originally formed in April 2011. Drummer Ashton Irwin was the last member to join the band, in December of that year.

11. 5 Seconds of Summer

Luke’s fave song on Youngblood is “’Lie to Me”.

12. 5 Seconds of Summer

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The Chainsmokers’ “Who Do You Love” is one of the only songs in 5 Seconds Of Summer’s huge catalog that they didn’t write.

13. ZEDD

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Zedd’s debut single, “Spectrum”, was released in 2012 and features Matthew Koma.

14. ZEDD

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Before producing electronic music, Zedd -- born Anton Zaslavski -- was in a German deathcore band called Dioramic.

15. ZEDD

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"The Middle”, his collab with Maren Morris and Grey, won two iHeartRadio Music Awards this year!

16. Ally Brooke

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She’s terrified of balloons because she was born premature and has extremely sensitive ears.

17. Ally Brooke

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She can sing opera.

18. Ally Brooke

She released her single “Low Key” featuring Tyga on January 31, 2019, and they’ll be performing the bop together at this year’s Wango Tango!

19. Tyga

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Tyga once had a tiger, he told US Magazine back in 2016.

20. Tyga

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He recorded his first song in a closet when he was 12.

21. Tyga

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He used to be signed to Fall Out Boy’s record label.

22. Ava Max

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Ava Max’s real name is Amanda Ava Koci, she was born in Wisconsin, grew up in Virginia, and is Albanian!

23. Ava Max

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If anyone could play her in a movie, she’d love for it to be Jennifer Lawrence.

24. Ava Max

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Her first concert was Beyoncé, and it was life changing (duh).


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Cari Fletcher AKA FLETCHER was in the group, Lakoda Rayne, on The X-Factor.


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Before dropping her hit single, “Undrunk,” she told iHeartRadio “‘Undrunk’ is a song about wishing you could undo hooking up with somebody [and] undo loving somebody. I think we've all had that person that's ripped our hearts out of our chest and stomped on it a million times. You just wish you could erase them from your memory, in a way.” TRUTH.


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FLETCHER graduated from The Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at NYU Tisch and is buddies with Maggie Roger, a fellow student.

28. TXT

TXT stands for Tomorrow by Together and the members are BeomGyu, Huening Kai, SooBin, TaeHyun, and YeonJun.

29. TXT

They debuted in March of this year, with a five song EP called The Dream Chapter: Star.

30. TXT

They just announced their first-ever tour, and it happens to be in May around the US!

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