Headlines: Adam Lambert On Simon Cowell, David Archuleta Video Preview

Stephan Marcellus of NBC’s THE VOICE Stars in BBPAC’s HAIR – Following a stellar second season of professional theater, Black Box Studios is proud to present a new immersive production of HAIR, celebrating the show’s 50th anniversary. For 50 years the American Tribal Love-Rock Musical has been enthralling audiences with iconic songs like “Aquarius” and “Let the Sun Shine In.” Leading BBPAC’s ‘Tribe’ in many numbers throughout the show is Stephan Marcellus of NBC’s The Voice. – Read more at Broadway World

“We’ve become a family”: Adam Lambert on Queen, his solo career and how Simon Cowell got woke – No, that’s what I mean – but did you have that conversation with yourself? “Up until that point, it wasn’t a conscious thought. I realise, now that up until my season, anytime someone came on the show that was perceived to be gay or it was obvious enough that they were gay, they were a joke. They were made fun of. Simon [Cowell] would make fun of them. That was the comic relief. ‘You couldn’t possibly have a career as a recording artist; you’re too effeminate.’ To be fair, some of them weren’t great singers, but there were a couple of really good singers that came on. And they weren’t taken seriously. One went on to Drag Race eventually. You know Adore Delano? He competed as Danni on American Idol years before he was on Drag Race and he’s a good singer.” – Read more at NME.com

American Idol’s Catie Turner Graduates from High School

But she didn’t attend the ceremony.

David Archuleta and Melinda Doolittle hang out

Preview of David Archuleta’s new Video. It’s Coming Out Friday

Britton Buchanan Met Springsteen

The Voice 14 finalist performed “The Rising” during the competition. This is backstage at Springsteen’s Broadway show.

Cade Foehner Interview Near His Hometown in East Texas

He’s studying to be a minister at Liberty University…. hm.


Music Competition Shows Work Hard to Stand Out and Grab Auds – With nbc’s “The Voice” and ABC’s new incarnation of “American Idol” both doing well in the ratings, and the second season of Fox’s “The Four: Battle for Stardom” returning June 7, there’s clearly a demand for music competition shows. “I hear so many reasons from people,” says “The Voice” exec producer/showrunner Audrey Morrissey. “It’s also because they’re singing songs we all know and love. It’s also escapism — people use these shows to shut out the world for a few hours every week. And people like a good underdog story.” – Read more at Variety

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