Tonight on American Idol, it’s the Showcase Round. The remaining 51 contestants perform full songs in front of the judges, family and friends. The panel then narrows down the field to the Top 24. Two hours tonight on FOX at 8/7c PM.
ADDITIONAL PERFORMERS ANNOUNCED FOR “THE 58TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS®,” MONDAY, FEB. 15 ON CBS – Music’s Biggest Night® just got bigger with can’t-miss moments and many new performers just added to the star-studded lineup. Nominee Justin Bieber will join fellow nominees Diplo and Skrillex to perform their GRAMMY®-nominated hit “Where Are Ü Now,” marking the Jack Ü duo’s first live television performance. Album of the Year nominee Chris Stapleton will be joined by GRAMMY Award winners Gary Clark, Jr. and Bonnie Raitt to pay tribute to legendary blues artist B.B. King. Nominee Pitbull will take the GRAMMY stage in collaboration with Travis Barker, Robin Thicke and surprise special guests. Alice Cooper, Johnny Depp and Joe Perry will make an electric television debut with their rock supergroup, The Hollywood Vampires. THE 58TH ANNUAL GRAMMY AWARDS will be broadcast live from the STAPLES Center in Los Angeles, Monday, Feb. 15 (8:00-11:30 PM, live ET/check local listings for other time zones) on the CBS Television Network. – Read more at CBS Express
‘The Voice’ winner Jordan Smith to sing at Lee University – ordan Smith, winner of Season 9 of “The Voice,” will return to his alma mater, Lee University in Cleveland, Tenn., on Thursday, Feb 18. Smith will sing and talk to students at 10:40 a.m. in Conn Center during the Chapel program. The event will be open to the public. In case of an overflow crowd, Lee has a closed-circuit, on-screen relay of Chapel programs in Dixon Center, according to Brian Conn in Lee’s Office of Public Affairs. – Read more at Times Free Press
VIDEO: How American Idol Found Its Heart Again – American Idol is in the midst of its farewell tour, and its hosts are taking time to reflect on what the show means to them. For Harry Connick Jr., it’s one of the few places left in his life where he can focus solely on music. For Keith Urban, it’s watching new talent blossom. “It’s still the show that’s produced an extraordinary amount of bona fide, legit artists that have gone on to have great careers,” Urban says. He adds that this season is the strongest in years.”This Idol to me feels, this season, so much more like the earlier seasons back when the show was it was” – that is, the most popular show on television and a ubiquitous cultural phenomenon – “and had its heart.” – See the Video at TV Guide
Makeup Free Jlo and Boy Toy Casper Smart Dubsmash
I love seeing celebrities without makeup because it proves that most of what you see is smoke and mirrors.