American Idol is off to a good start. I’ve realized something this year…I feel better about watching the auditions. It hit me that we are being entertained by the entertainers (the judges) not by them […]
If the ratings of last night’s (Jan. 15) American Idol show us anything, it’s that after 13 seasons, America might not really care who their next Idol is.
Has Idol jumped the shark?
OK…I have a confession to make.
Clay Aiken might have come in second on ‘American Idol,’ and ‘The Apprentice’ for that matter, but it seems he’s hoping he’ll come out on top on Election Day 2014.
The clip features live footage of his performance from the Alaska State Fair, with not only shots of his devoted crowd, who came out even in the rain, but the snow covered tops of the Chugach Mountains and the green, green grass of its valley below.
Former American Idol Contestants File Multi-Million-Dollar Lawsuit Against The Show Citing Racial Discrimination
Ten former Idols are suing she show seeking a minimum of $25 million in damages for racial profiling and discrimination, stemming from them being publically disqualified from the show.
Adam Lambert is now officially a Gleek. The star confirmed yesterday (July 10) that he would be joining the cast of Glee next season.
Ruben Studdard was able to win over America’s hearts as the champion on season 2 of American Idol, and now “The Velvet Teddy Bear” is set on winning the battle of the bulge by becoming the first ever celebrity to compete on the hit weight loss show, ‘The Biggest Loser,’ this fall.
Based off the acclaimed 1960s play written by poet/playwright Langston Hughes, Black Nativity follows a struggling single mother from Baltimore, played by Hudson, who is forced to send her son Langston (played by Jacob Latimore) to his estranged grandparents’ home in New York City for the holidays.