This Week’s Idol Appearances

This Week’s Idol Appearances

Carrie Underwood is currently on tour.  Tonight she plays the Savannah Convention Center in Savannah, GA.  Then it’s on to Tennessee and Texas.  You can check out her tour schedule at her official website.

Tonight, Ruben Studdard peforms at the National Black Rodeo Finals at the CenturyTel Center in Shreveport, LA.

Fantasia guest stars on the Tyra Banks Show, Tuesday November 14.  Check out the video of her appearance here.

Diana DeGarmo will appear on Atlanta Fox 5 News Tuesday,  November 14 to talk about Toys for Tots.

Ace Young’s Charity Birthday Bash happens in LA , Wednesday, November 15.  There are a few tickets set aside for fans.  There’s more information here.  Those who can’t make the party but wish they could can participate in a live party blog.

The day after his big birthday celebration, Thursday November 16,  Ace Young travels to Louisville, KY.  He’ll be opening and guest hosting a free all-ages show for the Make-A-Wish Request-A-Thon, sponsored by WXMA 102.3.  Ace will be performing, along with Smashmouth at 4th Street Live, at 6:30 pm.

Season 2 finalist Trenyce peforms Thursday, November 16 at the Sixth Annual Hero in the Struggle Awards Gala at the Directors Guild in LA.  The event is sponsored by The Black Aids Institute.  Dionne Warwick will be part of a special tribute on the 20th anniversay of her 1986 charity single “That’s What Friends Are For”–a collaboration with Elton John, Stevie Wonder, and Gladys Knight that raised funds for the American Foundation for AIDS Research.

Ticket and more information about the organization can be found here.

Clay Aiken promotes his new album “A Thousand Different Ways” this Friday, November 17 on  Live with Regis and Kelly.  Check your local listings for station and times.

Jennifer Hudson takes part in the 2nd annual “A Fine Romance” benefit for the Motion Picture & Television Fund, Saturday, January 18 at the Sunset Gower Studios in Hollywood. 

She’ll join other celebrities, including Harry Connick Jr, Shirley MacLaine, Bernadette Peters, Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones for a fundraiser to benefit the Motion Picture & Television Fund,  “dedicated to promoting the well-being of California’s entertainment community through healthcare, childcare, retirement care and charitable social services.”  For more information on the organization, check out their website.