Nigel Lythgoe Stuck in an Elevator–TMZ Calls! Nigel Lythgoe tweets, “I have been stuck in an elevator for 25 minutes. I’m not scared yet but it is worrying. We’ve now been able to climb out of the elevator. Just before we were released Harvey Levin called and wanted to put us live on @tmz Amazing. Before anyone starts….No I didn’t get myself trapped in an elevator in order to gain publicity for #AmericanIdol.”
“RT @HarveyLevinTMZ: well @dizzyfeet … you know, TMZ covers the ups and downs of celebrities … so there you go [OUCH!]”
Then, actor, Jesse Tyler Ferguson tweeted, “Today I ordered a Greek Salad with Chicken and without feta cheese to gain publicity for American Idol. @dizzyfeet encouraged me to do it.”
Lauren Alaina Surprises Teen At His Homecoming Dance – CLEAR CHANNEL Country WMZQ/WASHINGTON, D.C listener MEREDITH OARE won tickets and a meet-&-greet with MERCURY NASHVILLE artist LAUREN ALAINA during her ASHBURN, VA show last week. While chatting with LAUREN, MEREDITH, who is a student nurse, happened to mentioned a local teen who had a terminal brain tumor and had been nominated Homecoming King for that same night. – Read more at All Access
Interview With ‘American Idol’ Winner David Cook – After being crowned American Idol on the seventh season of the hit reality singing competition “American Idol” in 2008, David Cook has gone on to release two albums (David Cook and This Loud Morning), sold 1.5 million copies of his debut album, #1 hits on the Billboard charts and had some of his singles certified Gold and Platinum to date. The 29 year old singer-songwriter has not only accomplished a great deal in his career, but he has done a lot for charity as well. – Read more at Star Plus
David Cook Interview with 98.5 Singapore
David Cook is here for ION Orchard’s anniversary celebrations. He will be performing on Thursday, 25th October 2012 at 6.30pm.
Adam Lambert Pretty Little Liars Still
Adam tweeted this photo of himself from tonight’s Pretty Little Liars.
Elliott Yamin Is Jammin’ for Diabetes and the Big Blue Test –
This year the Big Blue Test’s video call to action features one of the most popular talents from TV’s American Idol, Elliott Yamin. Yamin was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes at 16 years old.
‘Idol’ finds home in Branson – Last year, Pierce Arrow’s Luke Menard, a former “American Idol” contestant, decided it was time to “get off the road,” touring with the group Chapter 6. He and his wife moved to Branson not knowing exactly what they were going to do. “I found out about the opportunity (at Pierce Arrow) the day we moved here,” he said. Pierce Arrow’s tenor at the time was Cole Currier, who was filling in temporarily. He also happened to be a former manager of Chapter 6. – Read more at Tri-Lakes News
She might want to Check It Out! Nicki Minaj suffers wardrobe malfunction on stage as her nipple covers pop out on view – She may have only kicked off the UK leg of her Pink Friday: Reloaded gig on Sunday night, but Nicki Minaj has already been flashing her assets to thousands of onlookers. Taking to the stage at Manchester’s MEN Arena on Monday night, the Super Bass hitmaker flashed a little more flesh than she bargained for as she appeared in a skimpy black bustier. Performing a series of energetic dance moves, the rapper didn’t seem to notice as her flower-shaped nipple covers popped out for all to see. Read more at Daily Mail
Sam Lutfi I NEVER Gave Britney Adderall – Britney Spears’ former manager just took the stand in his defamation case against the singer’s family … insisting he NEVER enabled Brit with Adderall … despite allegations to the contrary. Sam Lutfi testified in open court moments ago .. that he has an Rx for Adderall because of his ADD — he takes two doses a day — but he’s adamant … he never shared his meds with Britney … or anyone else. Britney’s mother Lynne had accused Sam of fueling the singer with drugs, but Sam says that’s just not true. – Read More at TMZ
How the Internet Killed Carly Rae Jepsen – Imagine a pop song. A perfect pop song, if you will: simultaneously guileless and sly, hooky yet understated, with strings like heart flutters and vocals like a sugar cube dissolving into a smiley-face mug. It’s a love song, or at least a crush song, and it charmed its listeners much like its subject charmed its singer. The song was small, compared to the bloated anthems elsewhere on the charts and their audiences; its own was, at first, mostly regional. Tastemakers heard it, then moguls who were de facto tastemakers, and it spread to listeners who knew nothing about the singer except this beautiful thing she’d written. They fell in love at first listen. They gushed. They sang along. They recorded karaoke videos and public swoon mobs and re-enactments of its summer-love video. They sent it to No. 1 for seemingly the entire summer and sent its singer to what looked an awful lot like dazed stardom. They funded a whole new album, which billed itself as inspired by early Madonna, Robyn and the Cars, a trio made to send poptimists into arpeggiated glee. They loved her enough to accept a prefab duet with a whey-voiced Ben Gibbard wannabe. She made it work; she was triumphant. And then the album came out, bought only by a dwindling fraction, and then the follow-up single tumbled out of the charts, and then she was not. – Read more at TMZ
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