David Archuleta tweets, “Got invited to go to the CMT Awards tonight. Should be cool!”
USATodayIdol tweets, “Before all this weekend’s CMA Music Festival stuff starts, Scotty McCreery & Lauren Alaina will begin recording their albums tomorrow.”
Scotty and Lauren’s Opry Visit
Backstage during the evening, Nan Kelley, host of GAC’s “Top 20” was on hand to talk to the artists about the Opry and CMA Music Festival. Fans can catch the show this Friday, June 10, 8p.m. EST.
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“So You Think You Can Dance” Offers Online Voting For First Time Ever
For the first time ever, So You Think You Can Dance will allow viewers to vote for their favorite contestants online atwww.fox.com/dance. Online voting begins immediately after the first performance show airing Wednesday, June 15 (8:00-10:00 PM ET live/PT tape-delayed) on FOX. In addition to online voting, fans will continue to be able to vote via toll-free phone lines and text-messaging during the voting window (standard text-messaging rates may apply).
Read more at TV By The Numbers
Idoloonies: Scotty McCreery on Eyebrow Action, Showmances, Explicit Gaga, Hip-Hop Covers
By now, it’s cliché to take home first prize in a reality competition and announce, “I’m going to Disneyland!” But American Idol Season 10 champ Scotty McCreery says the day after his confetti shower at the Nokia, he was taking his AP English exam. The polite but cheeky 17-year-old sat down for his Idoloonies interview and opened up about his fear of being painted as a “poster child for bullies” after Hollywood Week, a well-liked performance that came dangerously close to being “one of those country moments gone bad,” and why he has a problem watching the end-of-performance “swing” after his Top 2 performance of “Gone.” Press play below on our three-part interview…
See the video at TV Line
Carrie Underwood Fifi & Jules Australian Interview 6.07.11
Danny Gokey Photo Shoot Sneak Peek
Hey Guys…Here’s a sneak peek from the photo shoot. Can’t wait to show you more.
Jennifer Lopez’s Attorney In Possession Of Allegedly Stolen Intimate Home Video
Jennifer Lopez’s home videos, that were allegedly stolen, were ordered to be turned over to her powerhouse attorney Jay Lavely, in court Wednesday, RadarOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Lopez has been battling to prevent release of the videos, which purportedly contain intimate footage of the singer and her now ex-husband Ojani Noa, taken during their brief marriage.
Read more at RadarOnline
America’s Got Talent Production Company Subpoenaed In Murder Mystery
Despite an intensive investigation, police have not arrested anyone to date in connection with Laura’s murder.
In a new legal move, Finley’s high profile attorney Sean Macias has subpoenaed the show’s production company, asking for all video and photos of the day for all of the contestants, according to the documents obtained exclusively by RadarOnline.com.
Read more at Radaronline
The Voice ‘rejected by ITV last year to avoid annoying Simon Cowell’
It has emerged that producers of The Voice were offering the programme – in which judges listen to contestants sing without being able to see them – over a year ago, but that ITV were worried that taking it on would step on Simon’s toes.
An inside source told the Daily Mirror: ‘They didn’t dare entertain the programme when they were offered it nearly a year ago because they still hoped to persuade Cowell to appear on the X Factor.’
However, now that Cowell has definitely left the X Factor in the UK for the American version of the show, leaving the programme in a precarious position, ITV is regretting its decision.
Read more at The Metro