Jennifer Lopez, Blink 182, Glorida Estefan, N' Sync and Britney Spears are scheduled to perform on Fox's Teen Choice Awards, airing Thursday at 8. The awards will honor icons of film, television, music, sports and fashion as selected by teens who voted via ballots in magazines and on Web sites.
Among other celebrities appearing: Jennifer Love Hewitt, Freddie Prinze Jr., Sandra Bullock, Melissa Joan Hart, Brandy, Daisy Fuentes and Kellie Martin; pro athletes Stone Cold Steve Austin, Kobe Bryant and Tara Lipinki; and singers Christina Aguilera, Bijou Phillips, Jordan Knight, Tatyana Ali and Tyrese.
ALSO THIS WEEK
CHARLOTTE CHURCH: VOICE OF AN ANGEL
Sunday at 6, Wednesday at 8 on WETA
Soprano Charlotte Church, a 13-year-old Welsh schoolgirl, already has sung for Prince Charles, Pope John Paul II and President and Mrs. Clinton. Her "Voice of an Angel" album, a double-platinum seller, was released in the United States in March, debuting at the top of Billboard's classic crossover chart and at No. 28 on the Top 200 chart. She is the youngest artist to appear in Billboard's Top 30. Church, backed by the London Symphony Orchestra and Chorus, offers 11 songs, including "Pie Jesu" from Andrew Lloyd Webber's "Requiem."
RELIGION & ETHICS NEWSWEEKLY
Sunday at 11:30 a.m. on MPT and 12:30 p.m on WETA
The series continues its exploration of Hinduism in the United States with a traditional Hindu wedding ceremony and a look at the future of the 4,000-year-old religion here. Last week, correspondent Monika Samtani visited a Northern Virginia family, some of the nearly 1 million Hindus who have come to the United States from India since 1965.
Monday at 9:30 on WB
This new series stars Park Overall as a single mom from Tennessee who works as a radio talk show host in Philadelphia advising the forlorn. Jesse Head is her son; Jay Thomas is the station manager.
THE CHINESE AMERICANS
Monday at 10, Thursday at 3 on WETA
Actor Henry Yuk narrates a film about families from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong who achieved success in the United States. Among them are journalist Connie Chung, who grew up in Washington, and architect I.M Pei, who designed the National Gallery of Art East Building.
Note: WJLA news anchor Kathleen Matthews guests as a nurse on ABC's "All My Children" Wednesday at 1 p.m.