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You watched the X Factor Top 7 perform the songs of Michael Jackson. Now, which act was your favorite? Take the poll!
Michael Jackson is always a tough theme. So much to go wrong, and tonight on X Factor, it did quite often. Seven performances to stretch out in 90 minutes meant ample time for fake-fighting amongst the judges. The Simon/Nicole dust-ups are particularly inane and obviously scripted. How could the producers possibly think we care at […]
Looks like Glee is planning a star-studded (well–if it were 1998) episode to air in January after the Christmas hiatus. THR confirms that Latin music star, Gloria Estefan is in talks with the show to play Santana’s (Naya Rivera) mom.
Nikki Reed & Paul McDonald: Marriage Made Easy Ever the responsible pet owners, Nikki Reed and Paul McDonald were spotted out for a walk with their dog Enzo yesterday (November 29). The “New Moon” actress and her “American Idol” stud husband both looked cool and casual as they strolled briskly down the Los Angeles street. […]
Simon Cowell will be one of Barbara Walter’s “10 Most Fascinating People of 2011″ along with The Kardashian Family (Do. Not Want. Do Not Get. It); stars from television’s hit comedy, “Modern Family,” Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Eric Stonestreet; MLB star and New York Yankees Captain Derek Jeter; full time asshat, Donald Trump; pop singer Katy Perry; and royal sister, Pippa Middleton.
Ali weighs in on the post X Factor prospects of the Top 7.
Ever since I started watching these televised talent competitions, I’ve noticed a glaring flaw in the system. A majority of the time, contestants who win over America on TV are not the same contestants who win over America’s record-buying public. Sure, every once in a while, America will strike gold with a delightfully loveable Carrie Underwood, who endears herself to the voters and goes platinum many times over once the show is done with. With all of the pyrotechnics, backup dancers, and futuristic technology (i.e. Steve Jones) that X Factor USA brings, it’s sometimes hard to tell what these contestants will be like after the show.