America's Prom Queen is a reality TV series that debuted on ABC Family on March 17, 2008. The show follows 10 young teen girls aspiring for the title of "America's Prom Queen". Each week, the girls face a prom-related challenge, and girls will be eliminated until one remains. The show is hosted by former Miss USA, Susie Castillo. On April 21, 2008, the very beautiful Katelyn Morgan, from Yorba Linda, California was crowned America's Prom Queen for season 1.
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I Killed the Prom Queen is an Australian melodic metalcore band from Adelaide, formed in 2000. The band feature prominently on the Australian live music scene and toured the U.S., Japan and parts of Europe several times. They issued 3 studio albums, When Goodbye Means Forever... (2003) Music for the Recently Deceased (2006) – the latter reached the top 30 on the ARIA Albums Chart and most recently Beloved (2014). The group split up in April 2007 due to the inability to find a permanent vocalist. I Killed the Prom Queen reformed to play a farewell tour in mid-2008 and released a live album and DVD, Sleepless Nights and City Lights, which peaked in the top 50. In May 2011, the band reformed for the Destroy Music Tour with new vocalist Jamie Hope and spent the next two years working on a third studio album, which was released in early 2014.
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The band supported Parkway Drive on the Australian and New Zealand legs of the “Atlas Tour” in December 2012. In January 2013, Weinhofen departed Bring Me The Horizon, shortly after his departure it was confirmed that Prom Queen would become a full-time band.
On 24 March 2013 it was announced on the band's Facebook page that JJ Peters has left the band amicably to focus on his other project, Deez Nuts. He has been replaced by Shane O'Brien, formerly of Confession, and Buried In Verona. This makes Jona Weinhofen the last remaining original member of the band since the very first inception, though Weinhofen and Cameron have been the songwriters for every release since that initial demo/EP. Prom Queen opened for Asking Alexandria on the “They Don't Pray for Us Tour” and Whitechapel on their short headline tour in America during spring 2013. This was the band's first time in the country in 7 years. An Australian tour has also been announced spanning through many cities with support from Buried In Verona. Dates in Australia and Asia have also been announced as reunion shows with Michael Crafter playing half the tour and Ed Butcher contributing vocals to the other half but this turned out to be an April Fools. Prom Queen were also due to be playing 4 shows in New Zealand in the summer to coincide with existing Australian tour dates.However the New Zealand dates were cancelled 8 days out from the opening show in Auckland City. They then performed the Never Say Die tour throughout Europe and UK headlined by Emmure. In late July 2013 Sean Kennedy announced on his Instagram account that he was no longer a member of the band and would not be contributing to the recording of their third album. Benjamin Coyte (ex-Day Of Contempt, Carpathian and current In Trenches vocalist) has since replaced Kennedy and played his first show with the band at Resurrection Fest 2013. I Killed The Prom Queen was announced that the band signed with Epitaph Records and announced that the new album Beloved will be released in Australia on 14 February 2014 and in US on 18 February 2014. On 3 December 2013 they released the new single “To the Wolves” . As of 2014 Ben Coyte, Kevin Cameron, and Jona Weinhofen are endorsed by Lace Pick-ups. A music video for “Thirty One & Sevens” was released on 14 January, followed by a music video for “Bright Enough” on 22 July. The band has been confirmed to be playing on the 2015 Vans Warped Tour all summer for the entire tour. In August 2017, In an instagram comment to Jona about the status whether I Killed The Prom Queen will tour or put out another album soon, Jona replied saying that playing guitar in a band isn't at the top of his priority list right now.
In March 2011, I Killed the Prom Queen announced an Australian reunion tour with The Amity Affliction, Deez Nuts, and Of Mice & Men as part of the Destroy Music Tour in May. Replacing Butcher and Crafter on lead vocals was Jamie Hope (ex-The Red Shore). On the band's official Facebook page this re-formation was said to be ongoing – not just for one tour. At the time, Weinhofen was not planning to leave his other band Bring Me the Horizon and was to remain in both groups. Likewise Peters will continue his work with Deez Nuts. In early January 2012 Jona Weinhofen confirmed that the band was writing a follow up to their last studio album Music for the Recently Deceased and that they were entering the studio at the end of the year with a tentive release date for the album in early 2013. However, on the band's Facebook page during March 2013 that early 2013 date that the band had planned changed to early 2014. The band played three dates in the United Kingdom in July, these three British tour dates are around a similar time the band was planning to perform at the 2012 Sonisphere festival however, the festival was cancelled. The three dates became a part of a 17 date tour of Europe which span through eleven countries. Jona Weinhofen thought touring in Europe was special for I Killed the Prom Queen as they feel they have a very strong fanbase in the continent. On 21 August 2012, I Killed the Prom Queen released their brand new song “Memento Vivere” on YouTube. The live footage was taken from their recent European tour. It is the first new song from them in 6 years, and their first song with Jamie on vocals.
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